Tulsa, OK – Representative Pam Peterson recently endorsed Andy Coleman’s U.S. congressional campaign for Oklahoma’s First District. As a former state representative, majority floor leader, and Tulsa County Republican Chairman, Peterson is a widely respected Republican leader in Tulsa County and throughout Oklahoma.

“Politics at the federal level is pretty tough these days,” Peterson observed. “But Andy Coleman has a proven track record of serving well in tough situations. Graduating from the Airforce Academy. His role as a military intelligence officer in Baghdad. His work in the Middle East to help persecuted Christians as a leader with the Voice of the Martyrs. Those were not light tasks. They took courage, skill, faith, accountability and grit – qualities we need desperately in D.C. I’m also impressed with his conservative background, as a former leader with groups like the Federalist Society. We need conservatives who have served in the policy trenches, and taken firm stands for the U.S. Constitution, our liberties, and our values. Finally, Andy’s national security and foreign policy experience sets him apart in this race for a federal seat. Altogether, Andy has the background and capacity for this role. That’s why I’m excited to endorse Andy Coleman in his race for U.S. Congress.”

Coleman is running to replace Congressman Jim Bridenstine, who announced he would not seek reelection following his current term.

Coleman reacted enthusiastically to Peterson’s endorsement. “Pam is held in such high regard by so many in Oklahoma, including myself,” Coleman explained. “It absolutely made my day when I heard she was supporting my campaign. Pam is a faithful and thoughtful leader, which is why I am so grateful to receive her endorsement.”

Rep. Pam Peterson’s endorsement of Andy Coleman’s campaign follows several others, including Dr. Everett Piper, Senator Denny Garrison, and Morton Blackwell. You can learn more about Andy Coleman and his campaign by visiting www.AndyColeman.org.

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