Muriel Coleman

Muriel Coleman is a lifelong Madison, Wisconsin resident and conservative activist. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, she was the first female state chairman of the Wisconsin Young Republicans and Administrative Assistant to leadership in the Wisconsin State Assembly. Coleman served on Ronald Reagan’s CFTR National Board, his 1980 national campaign staff, was his Wisconsin Chairman of Citizens for America (his grassroots lobby) for eight years and in 1984, was a Reagan Presidential Elector.  In 1986, Coleman joined the Jack Kemp for President Campaign.  She owns Coleman Principle-ly Consulting and a year-round Christmas store, Tis The Season.  She is an ordained deacon and elder of Christ Presbyterian Church in Madison.