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  2. Doug Collins (politician) - Wikipedia

    Douglas Allen Collins (born August 16, 1966) is an American lawyer and retired politician who served as the U.S. representative for Georgia's 9th congressional district from 2013 to 2021.

  3. Doug Collins, former Georgia GOP congressman, won't run in ...

    Doug Collins, former Georgia GOP congressman, won't run in upcoming elections Collins, a Trump ally, had been considering runs for Senate or governor in 2022 By Paul Steinhauser | Fox News

  4. Who is Doug Collins? 3 things to know about the Georgia ...

    Georgia Congressman Doug Collins, who currently represents the state’s Ninth Congressional District, is running as a Republican candidate in a competitive special election for a seat in the U.S ...

  5. Former Rep. Doug Collins passes on 2022 run for office

    Former Rep. Doug Collins said Monday he is passing on the chance to run next year for Georgia governor of Georgia or the state’s U.S. Senate seat. Skip to content America's Newspaper

  6. Doug Collins, a Trump ally, will not run for Georgia Senate ...

    Former Rep. Doug Collins, a top ally of former President Donald Trump, announced Monday he will not run for office in 2022, taking out a potential top-tier candidate for a crucial Georgia race ...

  7. What Happened To Doug Collins? Everything On His Age To ...

    Doug Collins, a Republican congressman from Georgia, has been married to his wife Lisa Collins for almost 30 years and the couple has three adult children together. Similarly, Lisa has spent nearly three decades as an elementary school teacher for the Gainsville, Georgia-based Hall County School District.

  8. Doug Collins, former Representative for Georgia's 9th ...

    Shortly after the election, Collins joined a case before the Supreme Court calling for all the votes for president in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin — states that were narrowly won by Democrats — to be discarded, in order to change the outcome of the election, based on lies and a preposterous legal argument which the Supreme Court rejected.