Thursday, January 30, 2020

To be fair, Huffines also endorses Collins

"He who walks with wise men will be wise,
But the companion of fools will be destroyed.
Proverbs 13:20


DALLAS, TX - Today, conservative businesswoman and Republican candidate for Congress in Texas’ 32nd district Genevieve Collins announced that she received the endorsement of the Honorable Senator Don Huffines.

Senator Huffines represented Texas’ 16th Senate District from 2015 to 2019. He is most known for authoring legislation that resulted in uncovering the largest government corruption scandal in Texas history, as well as authoring conservative legislation to establish term limits, promote life, and return rights from the government back to Texans. Prior to his time in elected office, he spent over 30 years as a successful businessman.

“I am pleased to endorse fellow businessperson and strong conservative Genevieve Collins for Congress today. During my time in Austin, I was proud to champion our conservative principles of small government and less regulation. I know what it takes to fight for Texas values, and I am confident that Genevieve will fight for them in Washington, D.C.,” said Huffines. “I am convinced she will work for term limits, a secure border, the sanctity of life, and the Second Amendment, just to name a few. Further, I believe she will use her business sense to protect our liberties and freedoms and ensure that power stays with the people, not the government. I look forward to helping in her election effort, and I urge my fellow Texas conservatives to join me in supporting her in the Republican primary on March 3rd.”

“It is my honor to earn Senator Huffines’ endorsement for the 32nd district Republican primary on March 3rd. Like me, he spent his career in business, creating jobs and forecasting growth. Now I am going to take my business acumen to Congress to get to work for the people of the 32nd district,” added Collins. “Early voting starts three weeks from today, and conservatives across the 32nd district are coalescing around our campaign. They know that it is vital we nominate a conservative businesswoman and lifelong Texan who will take the fight to far-left Colin Allred this November.”
We don't have a lot to add...but since we ripped on Collins for the Dan Branch endorsement, we have to acknowledge the Huffines endorsement.

Bottom Line: At this point, it looks like all the ex-politicos in Dallas County are lining up behind her.  Your guess is as good as ours as to what that means.  But there are few people in that neck of the woods more solid than Don Huffines.

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