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  • Writer's pictureGenevieve Collins


DALLAS, TX – As national Democrats including Colin Allred pretend to be united this week, it’s worth remembering that Colin Allred didn’t really want Joe Biden to be his party’s Presidential nominee at all.

Allred was one of the only members of the Texas congressional delegation to back Julián Castro for President early on. In March 2019, Allred endorsed Castro for the presidency until his campaign crashed and burned in January 2020. Allred stuck by his man to the bitter end, only endorsing Biden when he knew he had no other rational choice.

“If Colin Allred had it his way, Julián Castro would be delivering an acceptance speech tonight with his radical, anti-Texas agenda in tow. An agenda that includes open borders and breaking up ICE, defunding the police and a total government health care takeover, just to name a few. It is clear that Colin Allred has no interest in representing our Texas values or putting Texas first. Actions speak louder than words. The actions of Colin Allred make it clear – he is solely interested in pleasing the demands of his far-left D.C. friends,” said Genevieve Collins.

“North Texans deserve a better Congresswoman. Someone who does not stand side-by-side with someone who espouses policies that are so out of touch. Time and time again, Colin Allred is silent on the issues actually important to North Texas workers and families. In Congress, I will never put D.C. before Texas. That means I’ll fight to create and protect jobs, make education a priority, be tough on the Chinese Communist Party. That’s what it means to put Texas first.”

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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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