Lamborn Announces Staff Changes in His Washington D.C. and Colorado Springs Offices

December 27, 2019
Press Release

Contact: Cassandra Sebastian (719) 520-0055

Washington D.C. - Congressman Doug Lamborn announced the following staff changes in his Washington D.C. and Colorado Springs offices:
District Director: Joshua Hosler
Joshua Hosler has joined the Colorado Springs office as the District Director for Congressman Doug Lamborn. A native of Jefferson, Ohio, Joshua served in the United States Marine Corps from 2007-2011 with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marines based out of Kāne'ohe, Hawai'i. A veteran of OIF and OEF, Joshua deployed to Al Asad (Anbar Province) Iraq in 2009 as a Team Leader for Weapons Platoon, Company I, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marines and deployed again in 2010 to Afghanistan's Helmand province serving as an Assistant Platoon Leader and dog handler, with Weapons Platoon, Company I, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marines.
After his honorable discharge, he attended Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania, and graduated with a degree in Political Science. Joshua moved to Colorado to serve as the Regional Director for the Beauprez for Governor campaign in 2014 and then served as the El Paso County Republican Party Chairman from 2017-2019. He and his wife Kayelyn have two children and are expecting another next year.
Legislative Assistant: Peter Holland
Peter Holland recently joined the Washington, D.C. office as a Legislative Assistant handling the values portfolio, including pro-life and religious liberty issues. Peter graduated from Pensacola Christian College with a degree in Political Science and previously served as a Legislative Assistant in Congressman Matt Gaetz's office.
Congressman Lamborn issued the following statement:
"I welcome Joshua and Peter onto my team and look forward to working with both of these talented, dedicated, hardworking individuals. My entire staff does an amazing job serving the constituents of Colorado's Fifth Congressional District. Their assistance will be critical as I work to protect Colorado families, the Constitution, and individual freedoms."