Andy Coleman has secured the endorsement of U.S. Congressman Jody Hice in the race to succeed Congressman Jim Bridenstine. This marks the third endorsement in less than two weeks for Coleman, a former Air Force Captain, military veteran of Iraq, and field leader for the Voice of the Martyrs.
“Andy Coleman is a true conservative,” stated Congressman Hice. “He’s the type of guy I want fighting beside me in Washington. Andy is a battle-tested conservative. Time and again over his life, Andy has backed up what he believes with action. I know the voters of Oklahoma’s First District can trust Andy to be a strong and effective voice for them in D.C.”
“I am truly honored to have Congressman Hice join our growing team of supporters,” shared Coleman. “He is a man of faith. He is a principled leader. He stands firmly for our country, our Constitution, and our freedoms. His work in Congress is vital to the conservative movement, and I appreciate his trust and support.”
Congressman Jody Hice represents Georgia’s 10th Congressional District, and previously served as a Southern Baptist pastor and radio talk show host.
Hice’s endorsement follows a string of high-profile endorsements for Coleman’s surging campaign, including former U.S. presidential candidate Rick Santorum, Dr. Everett Piper, and the Combat Veterans for Congress.
Captain Andy Coleman is seeking the Republican nomination for the open U.S. congressional seat in Oklahoma’s First District. He is an Air Force Academy graduate, former intelligence officer, and veteran of Iraq. He is the only candidate in the race with military and national security experience – critical skill sets in short supply in the House. For six years, Coleman led efforts to aid persecuted Christians in some of the world’s most dangerous countries as the Middle East Regional Director for the Voice of the Martyrs, a Christian ministry based in Bartlesville. Andy resides with his wife and three children in Owasso.