Tulsa, OK: Today, Congressman Paul Gosar (R-AZ) officially endorsed Captain Andy Coleman, a Republican, in his bid to be the next U.S. congressman for Oklahoma’s First District. This now marks the eighth congressional endorsement from a conservative republican for Coleman.
“Oklahoma has sent some solid conservatives to Congress,” stated Gosar. “I worked with Jim Bridenstine in the House Freedom Caucus and I look forward to working with Mr. Coleman when he joins the caucus. We need strong, principled, conservative reinforcements and Mr. Coleman will be a welcome addition.”
“I deeply appreciate Congressman Gosar’s support,” expressed Coleman upon receiving the endorsement. “He has been a consistent conservative champion, willing to take hard stands to help our country. When it comes to draining the swamp and ending illegal immigration, he means business and so do I. I look forward to helping in those efforts soon, as Oklahoma’s next U.S. congressman.”
A small business owner, Congressman Gosar serves as a U.S. Representative from Arizona. He joins a long list of conservative leaders who also endorsed Coleman, including Senator Rick Santorum, Dr. Everett Piper, Congressman Jim Jordan, and Congressman Mark Meadows.
Andy Coleman, a veteran and outsider, graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy and served as a military intelligence officer. Later, Andy served with the Voice of the Martyrs, an Oklahoma-based Christian ministry that helps persecuted Christians in difficult countries around the globe. Andy and his wife live in Owasso with their three children.