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  • Writer's pictureGenevieve Collins


DALLAS, TX – Dallas businesswoman and Republican nominee for Congress in Texas’ 32nd Congressional District Genevieve Collins announced today that she earned the endorsement of South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem. 

“Congress has plenty of lifelong politicians, but not enough public servants. North Texans deserve a representative who has spent her career fighting for her community and someone that not only stands up for American values, but also business values. That is why I am proud to endorse Genevieve Collins for Congress,” said Governor Noem. “Take it from me firsthand - our country needs more conservative, business-minded leaders in Washington. Genevieve is a natural leader and job creator, who has fought to build a successful business and worked to ensure every child is prepared for a thrilling future. I’m proud to support Genevieve, she will be a great addition to the US Congress."

Governor Noem has served as chief executive of South Dakota since January 2019 - the first woman in history to hold that office. Prior to her term as governor, she served in the South Dakota House of Representatives and more recently in the United States House of Representatives. During her tenure in Congress Governor Noem served on the powerful House Ways and Means Committee. Prior to entering public service, Governor Noem ran a successful family ranch in South Dakota. 

“I am beyond grateful to have the support of Governor Kristi Noem. She is a trusted conservative leader with an impressive track record of advancing meaningful policies at every level of government,” added Genevieve Collins. “Her leadership in South Dakota, and in Washington, D.C., models how strong Republican women are best suited to place people and policy over politics. Like Governor Noem, I am committed to combating government overreach while advancing meaningful policies that serve all Americans.” 

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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 one of 2018 20 Under 40 in the Dallas area for her work turning around struggling school districts. 

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