GENEVIEVE COLLINS ENDORSED BY NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS
DALLAS, TX – Today, Dallas businesswoman and Republican nominee for Texas’ 32nd Congressional district Genevieve Collins announced that she had earned the endorsement of the National Federation of Independent Business, the largest small business association in the United States.
“Genevieve Collins comes from a background of trailblazers and community leaders,” said Annie Spilman, NFIB’s Texas State Director. “There is no doubt she understands the challenges small businesses face, having grown up working in her family’s small business. We are certain she will go the extra mile to support Texas small business initiatives and priorities in Congress. That’s why we are proud to endorse Genevieve Collins today for election to the U.S. House of Representatives on behalf of small businesses in Texas’ 32nd Congressional District."
“We need strong small business advocates in Congress now more than ever,” said NFIB National Political Director Sharon Sussin. “We are confident that Genevieve Collins, with her small business background, will be just that for small businesses in Texas and across the country.”
“NFIB knows that I am the candidate who will fight for 32nd district businesses in Congress, and I am so grateful for their support,” added Genevieve Collins. “It’s time we send more leaders to Washington who understand what it means to bring business sense, common sense, and a sense of urgency to the job at hand. At a time when our nation is reeling from the COVID crisis, it will take proven business-minded leaders to help our employers back on their feet and bring America's jobs back. When I’m elected this November, that’s exactly what I will do."
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 one of 2018 20 Under 40 in the Dallas area for her work turning around struggling school districts.