ICYMI: ALLRED LITERALLY VOTES WITH PELOSI 100% OF THE TIME
DALLAS, TX – As Nancy Pelosi prepares to espouse her radical, California agenda in a speech to the DNC this evening, Genevieve Collins is calling on Colin Allred to explain how he could call himself a bipartisan moderate yet vote with the Speaker of his own party 100% of the time. Colin Allred has stood by Nancy Pelosi’s out of touch leadership from day one. He claims to be a moderate when he’s in Dallas, but in D.C. Allred is an out-of-touch Pelosi liberal. Every Pelosi-endorsed policy has Colin’s stamp of approval. Colin Allred is fighting for policies that may be right for San Francisco, but definitely are wrong for North Texas. Most recently, Allred joined Pelosi in passing a $3 trillion dollar wasteful spending bill disguised as a Coronavirus relief bill. The two have also joined forces to raise spending by trillions of dollars, use taxpayer funding for their own political campaigns, and $25 million in pork for the Kennedy Center in the midst of a national health care crisis. “Colin Allred’s voting record speaks volumes about his widespread support for Nancy Pelosi’s agenda. You simply can’t vote with Nancy Pelosi 100% of the time and claim to be a bipartisan moderate," said Genevieve Collins. “North Texas families deserve a representative that is honest when they say they will put Texas First.” “In Congress, I will always fight for the issues most important to this district: creating jobs, investing in education and standing strong against the Chinese Community Party. Colin Allred falls in line behind Nancy Pelosi at the drop of a hat and consistently remains silent on the issues actually critical to our communities like funding the police and safely reopening our economy. As your Congresswoman you will always know where I stand.”
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.