GENEVIEVE COLLINS RELEASES FIRST GENERAL ELECTION AD, “LESSONS”
DALLAS, TX – Dallas businesswoman and Republican nominee for Texas’ 32nd Congressional district Genevieve Collins has released her first ad of the general election. The ad, titled “Lessons”, introduces Genevieve as a problem solver from a young age, and how her successful career building a business, creating jobs, and educating millions of children across the country will prepare her for Congress.
“My entire life, I’ve learned lessons about problem solving, compassion and team work. I used these lessons to grow my family company from 36 employees to almost 300, and now I want to use them to represent the 32nd district in Congress,” said Collins. “Congress is filled with party-line, do-nothing politicians - unfortunately my opponent, Colin Allred, is one of them.”
“The 32nd district deserves a new voice who will never put the interests of Washington, D.C. ahead of Texas. Someone who knows what it means to rebuild our economy and ensure all children, regardless of background, have an opportunity to achieve a world class education because she’s spent her entire career doing just that. Someone who knows what it means to put Texas First because she’s lived here her entire life. In Congress, that’s exactly what I’ll do.”
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More than anything else, I’d say I’m a problem solver.
In high school, there was no rowing team. So I started one. That led to a Division 1 scholarship.
Rowing is a team sport. You have to support the woman in front of you and behind you. And that’s exactly the approach I brought to business.
When I started at Istation in 2009, we were a small company with a great mission, helping kids learn how to read. Especially those who struggled with it.
A decade later, we’ve helped over 5 million kids nationwide and created hundreds of high paying jobs right here in North Texas.
The way I see it, as Texans, we’re all a team. We just need fewer party line politicians and more problem solvers.
And that’s why I’m running for Congress.
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.