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123 Podcast: Rep. Mike Collins and Former Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Getting Our Country Back on Track

Mike Collins and Asa Hutchinson
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123 Podcast: Rep. Mike Collins and Former Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Getting Our Country Back on Track
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This week on Breaking Battlegrounds, we are joined by Congressman Mike Collins of Georgia’s 10th District. Later in the show, former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson joins us to discuss how he would address the most critical issues facing our country today.

As the Representative for Georgia’s 10th Congressional District, Mike Collins brings decades of experience as an entrepreneur, businessman, and employer to Congress. He and his wife Leigh Ann started a trucking company in the early 1990s that has grown to employ more than 100 Georgians and hauls freight all over America. Mike has also served on the board and as Chairman of one of Georgia’s largest credit unions and president of his local Chamber of Commerce. That experience informs Mike’s top policy priorities, which are to cut wasteful spending and take onerous regulations off the backs of small business owners so our economy can grow and hard-working Americans can thrive.

Representative Collins was born, raised and still resides in Jackson, Georgia. He graduated with a business degree from Georgia State University. He and Leigh Ann have three grown children and four grandchildren.

William Asa Hutchinson II was born on December 3, 1950. He is an American businessman, attorney and politician serving as the 46th and current Governor of Arkansas since 2015. A member of the Republican Party, he previously was the U.S. According to the ballotpedia.org, attorney for the Fort Smith-based Western District of Arkansas (1982–1985), U.S. Representative for Arkansas’s 3rd congressional district (1997–2001), Administrator of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (2001–2003)) and the first Undersecretary for Border and Transportation Security at the United States Department of Homeland Security (2003–2005).

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