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ICYMI: DALLAS MORNING NEWS JOINS DALLAS OFFICIALS IN ENDORSING GENEVIEVE COLLINS

DALLAS – This morning, the Dallas Morning News joined key Dallas area public officials and stakeholders by endorsing Genevieve Collins in the upcoming primary election for Texas’ 32nd Congressional district. This endorsement is just the latest example of the momentum behind Genevieve’s campaign with less than two weeks to go until early voting begins.


Here’s what the Morning News had to say about Genevieve:


"Of all the Republican challengers, she comes closest to matching Allred’s fundraising clout. She has raised more than $900,000, which tops all of her primary opponents combined.”


"On the issues, Collins promotes a pro-business agenda. She supports a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution, tax incentives for tech companies and investment in opportunity zones.”


“...pro-business, policy-driven approach…"


You can read the full endorsement here.


Here are some of the other Dallas public officials who have endorsed Genevieve’s campaign:

·      United States Congressman Lance Gooden

·      Former United States Congressman Sam Johnson

·      Former State Senator Don Huffines

·      Former State Senator Florence Shapiro

·      Former State Senator John Carona

·      Former State Representative Dan Branch

·      Dallas County Commissioner J.J. Koch


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A 7th Generation Texan and 4th Generation Dallasite, Genevieve Collins is a lifelong Republican and graduate of the Cox School of Business at SMU. As Head of Corporate Strategy at Istation, a leading education technology firm Collins was named on of 2018 20 Under 40 in the Dallas area for her work turning around struggling school districts. 



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