May 10, 2017

Andy’s Radio Interview on the Tulsa Beacon Weekend!

Last week I had the chance to share on the Tulsa Beacon Weekend radio show, which aired on Tulsa’s AM 970 KCFO! It was fun chatting with Charlie Biggs, who touched on many topics, including my military background, ministry efforts in the Middle East, and my U.S. congressional campaign here in Oklahoma’s First District. https://andycoleman.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Tulsa-Beacon-050617-Seg-1.mp3  

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May 3, 2017

Andy Coleman Announces Key Staff Hires

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 …

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April 27, 2017

Dr. Everett Piper Endorses Andy Coleman for U.S. Congress

Tulsa, OK – On Wednesday, Dr. Everett Piper personally endorsed Andy Coleman in his bid to become the next U.S. congressman representing Oklahoma’s First Congressional District.  The president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Dr. Piper is an acclaimed conservative leader on both the local and national stage.  Dr. Piper’s tremendous influence can be traced to his years of boldly speaking out …

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April 26, 2017

Morton Blackwell Endorses Andy Coleman for U.S. Congress

Tulsa, OK – On Tuesday, conservative stalwart Morton Blackwell personally endorsed Andy Coleman as the most competent and conservative candidate for the U.S. House in Oklahoma’s First Congressional District.  Blackwell formerly served on President Ronald Reagan’s White House staff, and now presides as president and founder of the Leadership Institute.  Morton also chairs the Conservative Leadership PAC, and is widely …

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April 2, 2017

Former Oklahoma State Senate Republican Leader Endorses Coleman for U.S. Congress

Bartlesville – Andy Coleman, Republican U.S. congressional candidate for Oklahoma’s First District, received the endorsement of former Oklahoma State Senator Denzil “Denny” Garrison last Friday. Garrison has a long and distinguished record of public service. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II and the Korean Conflict, Garrison later served as the county attorney of Washington County. Eventually, Garrison served …

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March 24, 2017

Andy’s Radio Interview on KWON – 3/24/2017

Listen to my most recent radio interview, which aired this morning on Bartlesville’s KWON News Talk Radio! My conversation with Charlie Taraboletti covered a range of topics as we discussed my U.S.Congressional Campaign for Oklahoma’s First District. http://www.bartlesvilleradio.com/caffeine/uploads/files/community%20connection%203-24(1).mp3

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February 14, 2017

Andy’s Radio Interview on KWON – 2/14/2017

Listen to my first interview on Bartlesville’s KWON News Talk Radio! I enjoyed sitting down with radio host Charlie Taraboletti and sharing about my background, family, and campaign for U.S. Congress. http://bartlesvilleradio.com/caffeine/uploads/files/community%20%20connection%202-14.mp3      

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January 15, 2017

Coleman Announces Term Limits Pledge at U.S. Congressional Campaign Kickoff Event

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 …

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January 13, 2017

Coleman Announces U.S. Congressional Campaign for Oklahoma’s First District

Owasso – Andy Coleman is pleased to announce his candidacy for U.S. Congress, to represent Oklahoma’s First Congressional District. The district is currently represented by Congressman Jim Bridenstine, who previously announced his intention not to seek reelection following the current term. The Republican primary election for this seat, in which Coleman would compete, is not scheduled until 2018. “I realize …

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