Brandon Martin is an Army veteran, father, and constitutional conservative. Brandon is running for Congress to keep taxes low, secure the border, support our law enforcement officers, and help our nation recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Brandon’s upbringing instilled a solid foundation of respect for others, strong work ethic, and a duty to serve his community. Throughout his youth, Brandon worked the local farms in his community. Later he installed floors and sub-floors. Later in life Brandon served the youth in our community, coaching youth football and occasionally acting as a substitute teacher.
Brandon served in the United States Army Reserves for 11 years as an interrogator and intelligence source operator. He served a tour in Afghanistan collecting intelligence on enemy combatants. During his deployment, he gained considerable experience collecting and analyzing intelligence.
Brandon Martin taught interrogations and intelligence source operations to new soldiers for his final two years in the Army Reserves. After that, he continued to impart his knowledge to new soldiers, as a civilian for the Department of the Army. Later, he worked as a member of the Secretary-General Staff, U.S. Army Intelligence Center for Excellence and Fort Huachuca Command Group. There he managed civilian professional development programs and managed the professional development budget for the fort. In 2018, Brandon Martin resigned his position with the Department of the Army, in compliance with the Hatch Act, to run for Congress.
Brandon has pledged to work tirelessly to secure freedom and individual liberties for the citizens of Arizona’s Second Congressional District. Brandon’s Christian beliefs, conservative values, and love of the Constitution will guide his decision making and political philosophy in Washington.
Brandon is a father and a proud citizen of Arizona. He has made his home in Sierra Vista, Arizona since 2006.