Owasso – Andy Coleman, who recently declared his candidacy for U.S. Congress, announced a term limits pledge on Sunday afternoon. Should he be elected to represent Oklahoma’s First Congressional District, Coleman pledged to serve no more than four full terms.
Coleman delivered his term limits pledge to approximately 80 supporters at his campaign’s kickoff event, held at the Owasso Community Center. He is running to replace Congressman Jim Bridenstine, who previously announced his intention not to seek reelection following the current term.
In explaining his decision to make the pledge, Coleman shared that it “preserve[s] [his] ability to be as effective a representative and leader for the families of the First District as possible.”
Coleman, a military veteran and former international fielder leader for a Christian ministry, acknowledged there were thoughtful arguments against taking a term limits pledge. But after significant thought and prayer, Coleman felt it was critical to his ability to remain a servant leader. You can learn more about Andy Coleman and his campaign by visiting www.AndyColeman.org.