Tea Party Express Endorses Mike Coffman for U.S. Congress in Colorado
Sacramento, CA – Tea Party Express, the nation’s largest grassroots Tea Party political action committee, is pleased to announce its endorsement of Rep. Mike Coffman for Congress in Colorado’s 6th Congressional District.
Tea Party Express Co-Founder and Chief Strategist Sal Russo said, “Representative Mike Coffman is a solutions-driven leader who has dedicated his life to public service. While President Trump and Congressional conservatives continue to pursue economic and fiscal reforms that are making America great again, we need him in Congress to help keep the ball rolling.
“Mike Coffman has been serving our country since the age of 17, when he began his distinguished military career in the U.S. Marine Corps. Ever committed to protecting our country, he took a leave of absence from his first term in the Colorado House of Representatives to serve in the Gulf War and in 2005 resigned from the position of State Treasurer to fight in the Iraq War. During his tenure in Congress, Mike has gone to bat for all Americans to rein in the reckless spending. While serving as the Chairman of the Balanced Budget Amendment Caucus, he demanded Washington tackle the government’s runaway debt and live within its means. He also supported President Trump’s successful tax cuts and his agenda to roll back the regulations burdening job creators and small businesses.
“Mike’s support for these policies is the reason the economy is finally booming again and Coloradans are keeping more of their hard-earned money. Conservatives have made real progress over the past two years, but much more needs to be done to bring the reckless federal spending down, balance the budget, and implement a real free market alternative to the disaster that is Obamacare. However, if the Democrats succeed in taking control of Congress next week, those sorely needed reforms will never see the light of day. We cannot allow that to happen, and that is why it is so important to send conservative leaders like Mike Coffman back to Washington,” Russo concluded.