Mary Elizabeth Coleman


Maey Elizabeth Coleman has represented the 22nd District in the state Senate since 2023. This session she sponsored successful legislation to stop Medicaid dollars from being funneled to abortion businesses. Previously she served in the state House of Representatives, where she was chair of the Children and Families Committee. She introduced the Empower Women, Promote Life Act to stop abortions on babies with beating hearts, as well as sponsoring legislation to protect babies who survive abortions and to extend child support to unborn children. She also co-sponsored the Protect Children First joint resolution, a proposed constitutional amendment to clarify that there is no “right” to abortion in Missouri.

Coleman received a BSBA in management from Saint Louis University and her Juris Doctor degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law. She served on the Arnold City Council from 2013-2015. Coleman practices law at Thomas More Society, a national not-for-profit law firm dedicated to restoring respect in law for life, family, and religious liberty. She and her husband of 20 years, Christopher, have six children, two of whom are adopted.

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Endorsement Press Release: SBA Pro-Life America’s Candidate Fund Endorses Mary Elizabeth Coleman for MO-Sec. of State
Election Day: November 5, 2024