Tuesday, January 03, 2023

Congressman Brecheen announces senior staff hires

Congressman Josh Brecheen Announces Senior Staff in Washington, D.C. Office

Washington, D.C. (January 3, 2023) - Congressman Josh Brecheen announced the following senior staff hires for his new congressional office in Washington, D.C. 

Jon Jones will serve as Chief of Staff. Jon brings years of executive management experience to the position as a business owner in different industries and political advisor for numerous state and federal candidates. Jon was born in Oklahoma and shares the conservative values of constituents in Oklahoma’s Second Congressional District.  

Sean McAndrews will serve as Legislative Director. Sean previously was Legislative Assistant for Congressman Chip Roy and served on the congressional staff of former Chief of Staff to President Trump, Congressman Mark Meadows. He brings experience working in the House and the Senate and is involved in the conservative movement. Sean is an alumnus of Dallas Baptist University and is currently a graduate student at Hillsdale College’s Van Andel School of Government.

Ben Decatur will serve as Communications Director. Ben was previously the Digital Communications Director for the Club for Growth, the leading free market, anti-tax advocacy organization in the nation. Previously, he worked at a public affairs firm in Washington, D.C. He is an alumnus of the University of Michigan and is an avid fan of sports and American history. 

Leslie Sawyer will serve as Director of Operations. Leslie previously worked as Director of Operations and Legislative Assistant for a North Carolina Congressman after serving in the Department of Education. Leslie is a Louisiana Tech alumna with experience as a secondary social studies teacher.

Congressman Josh Brecheen Announces Senior Staff in District Office

Washington, D.C. (January 3, 2023) - Congressman Josh Brecheen announced the following senior staff hires for his new district office in Claremore, Oklahoma. 

Dan Hourigan will serve as District Director. Dan is from Bartlesville, OK and currently lives there with his family. For the past nine years he has worked in the free market where he helped extend the footprint of Colaw Fitness into four states. Prior to this, Dan worked as a field representative alongside Congressman Brecheen for U. S. Senator Tom Coburn. Dan is grateful and humbled for the eight years working under Dr. Coburn, and how he instilled in his staff the model of servant-leadership in how to approach government and love people. Dan looks forward to serving the people of District 2 with Congressman Brecheen in keeping with this model.

Patrick G. Guinn Sr., of Fort Gibson, formerly of Muskogee, will serve as Director of Constituent Services. Pat worked as U.S. Senator Tom Coburn’s military and veteran caseworker for all of the ten years Dr. Coburn served in the Senate, and two and a half years as caseworker when Dr. Coburn was the District 2 Congressman. Pat is an attorney and served in the U.S. Army and Oklahoma Army National Guard for eleven years.

District Office Information:
  • 223 W. Patti Page Blvd.
  • Claremore, OK 74017
  • Phone: (918) 283-6262
  • Fax: (918) 923-6451
  • Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm CT

1 comment:

  1. I am so proud of our new congressman, Josh Brecheen. He had already begun to do what he promised to do when elected. Congressman Brecheen has joined with a few other republicans to force rule changes in the House that will change the way all of the republicans will consider their votes on bills before casting them.He will vote to hold the line on wasteful spending and support conservative ideas that will make the country stronger and a better place to live. Even before being sworn in as a Congressman, Josh has shown he is a strong representative for Oklahoma and a man of his word.

    Monty Montgomery
    Durant, Oklahoma


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