GENEVIEVE COLLINS RELEASES SECOND TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT, “TEXAS WOMAN"
DALLAS – Today, conservative businesswoman and 32nd district Republican candidate for Congress Genevieve Collins released the second television ad of her campaign, “Texas Woman.” The ad will air district wide on cable in conjunction with the previously released sixty second ad, “100% Texan.”
“Texas Woman” features Genevieve laying out her Pro-God and Pro-Business platform, as well as her plans to secure our border. As the only businesswoman in the race, Genevieve knows first hand what it means to deliver results, create jobs and balance a budget. She’ll put those skills to work in Congress for the 32nd district.
“I am excited to share my second television ad today, ’Texas Woman.’ Growing up in Texas taught me so much about what it means to think big, dream big, and deliver big results. The Texas values of fierce independence and limited government guide my thinking when it comes to solving our nation’s problems, and I can’t wait to bring those values to Congress,” said Collins. “With just one week to go until early voting, our campaign has the momentum as 32nd district conservatives coalesce behind us. I look forward to continuing my hard work and meeting my future constituents out on the campaign trail soon.”
The full ad is available for viewing here.
Full Transcript of ad:
I grew up a Texas woman. In my family, that meant you have to be able to shoot, clean and eat your kill one day then throw on a dress and work a boardroom the next. And that’s me.
I’m pro-business, pro-God, and I’ll secure the border. I helped build a local business so I understand what it takes to create jobs. And Socialism ain’t it.
I’m Genevieve Collins and I approve this message. I’ll take the fight to the Democrat socialists. Because I’m 100% Texan. And always will be.
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.