Owasso, OK – (May 3, 2017), U.S. congressional candidate for Oklahoma’s First District, Andy Coleman, announced the recent employment of his campaign’s senior staff team.

KaLeigh Long, native to Oklahoma’s First District, joined the Coleman campaign as campaign manager.  Deputy campaign manager Alex Meyer and political director Sara Wajda also signed on to the Coleman campaign this month after successful campaign runs in 2016.

“I am excited to have KaLeigh, Alex, and Sara join my team,” Coleman shared. “Each brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from U.S. Senate and Congressional races from across the country. Their commitment to conservative values and desire to serve is exactly what our campaign is about. I look forward to working with these key staff members as our campaign builds momentum across the First District.”

Long, a native of Oklahoma, successfully staffed and consulted campaigns in toss-up federal races in 2016, and she played a key role in 17 winning campaigns last year. Her previous work at the National Pro-Life Alliance, Leadership Institute, and U.S. Senate gives her a unique insight into the issues most important to conservative Oklahomans.

Meyer has worked on U.S. Senate and U.S. Congressional races in Iowa, Florida, and Colorado. Paired with experience on Capitol Hill, his commitment to the concerns of constituents across the country will prove valuable throughout the campaign.

Wajda comes fresh off an unexpected victory with Congressman Don Bacon’s                (R–NE-02) campaign, in which she served in a senior staff role. Based off her prior experiences, Wajda understands the need to elect limited government conservatives.

For more information, please contact Alex Meyer at (815) 985-2154. To learn more about Andy Coleman and his campaign, visit www.AndyColeman.org.

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