• Genevieve Collins

DALLAS COUNTY COMMISSIONER J.J. KOCH ENDORSES GENEVIEVE COLLINS FOR CONGRESS

DALLAS – Today, District 2 Dallas County Commissioner J.J. Koch announced his endorsement of businesswoman Genevieve Collins in Texas’ 32nd Congressional district. Koch, a proven conservative, is the the only Republican member of the Dallas County Commissioners Court and the county’s top ranking Republican. He has been actively involved in the Dallas community for over 15 years.

"I am proud to endorse my friend Genevieve Collins for Congress in the March 3rd Republican primary. Genevieve isn’t just another politician or some sap that just blew into town - she’s a proven businesswoman who has spent her life in Dallas creating jobs and balancing a budget,” said Koch. "We need responsible, proven leaders with a keen business sense representing Dallas - that is Genevieve. I will work as hard as I can to ensure she is elected this March and then in November because the alternative is simply not an option. I ask the hardworking people of the 32nd district to join me in supporting Genevieve.”

“I am so thankful to receive this endorsement today from my good friend J.J. Koch. J.J. knows what it takes to win in Dallas County, and more importantly he knows what it means to fight for our Texas values. I can’t wait to work with him when I am elected to Congress this November,” added Genevieve Collins. “Together, we will make sure that North Texas stays open for business and remains the greatest place in our country to live, start a business and raise a family."


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



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