West Jordan, UT – Kim Coleman came out of the 2020 Utah State Republican Convention as the clear leader to claim the nomination for the 4th Congressional District. Coleman led in every round of the ranked voting, finishing the final round with 54 percent of the delegate vote.
"This was a first-place finish and for that we are grateful. But it is only part of the battle. We know that our campaign is in the best position to win this race – we have the support, the funding and the organization to hit the ground running on Monday. CD4 is a solidly Republican District and we will prove that once again when we defeat Ben McAdams this November."
This week, Pres. Trump’s economic adviser Stephen Moore joined Coleman’s team as her chief economist. This was one of a landslide of endorsements she has received, including House Freedom Caucus leader Rep. Andy Biggs (Ariz.), Western Congressional Caucus chair Rep. Paul Gosar (Ariz.), and House Oversight Committee ranking member Rep. Jim Jordan (Ohio). Locally, Coleman has been endorsed by a variety of leaders, including 2018 Senate convention-winner Dr. Mike Kennedy and 14 county commissioners.
A variety of organizations have gotten behind Coleman’s bid, including the Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund, the largest pro-life group in the country. Coleman was likewise selected as a delegate to the National Republican Convention, having received the blessing for the position from Pres. Trump.
Coleman also has a clear fundraising advantage, having raised $400,000 from 4,000 individual donors, more than any first-time Republican in the history of state Congressional races. Coleman is the clear front-runner in this race and has the best chance to beat the Democrats in November.
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