Jeff Coleman, Republican candidate for Congress in Alabama’s 2nd District, is launching his second television spot.
The ad, entitled “Faith,” will run in the Montgomery and Dothan markets, his campaign said Tuesday.
“The most important thing to us is that our three daughters are saved and grew up in the church—that’s what this life is all about,” Coleman, of Dothan, says in the advertisement.
Coleman has chosen his strong faith as a central part of his campaign, citing it as the most important aspect of his life, his campaign said in a statement. His wife of 30 years, Tiffany, is seated beside him in the advertisement in which he says he’s a business man like President Donald Trump and supports building a wall along the Mexico border.
Other candidates running for the 2nd District include former Attorney General Troy King, former Enterprise State Rep. Barry Moore and Prattville businesswoman Jessica Taylor.
Coleman outpaced all other 2nd District candidates in the 3rd Quarter fundraising period by hauling in almost $1 million, half raised from contributors and half loaned himself.