Dallas business executive Genevieve Collins won the GOP nomination for the 32nd Congressional District, a seat held by Dallas Democrat Colin Allred. Collins (the one with TV ad that boasted how she grew up knowing how to “shoot, clean and eat your kill one day and throw on a dress and work the boardroom the next”) was endorsed by Reps. Lance Gooden of Terrell and John Ratcliffe of Heath, among others. The first-time Republican candidate raised nearly $1 million for her campaign, according to the Dallas Morning News. Her grandmother, Calvert Collins, was the first woman elected to the Dallas City Council. She is the head of corporate strategy at Istation.