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Hollins launches campaign for District Clerk

Amye Thompson Hollins
Amye Thompson Hollins

Amye Thompson Hollins is running for Dallas County District Clerk in 2022 and held her official kickoff last week in Dallas. A native of Dallas, lifelong Democrat, and product of Dallas ISD schools; Hollins holds a BS in Kinesiology (Sports Management emphasis) from Texas A&M University in College Station, and an MBA in Human Resources (HR) from the University of Dallas in Irving, TX.

Hollins is an HR professional with more than 20 years of experience. Her past
positions include serving as HR Manager at the Dallas County District Clerk’s Office;
Labor Advocate and Human Resources Officer at Transport Workers Union Local 555 (the largest union at Southwest Airlines) where she represented more than 10,000 ground operations agents across the U.S.; and 1st line Supervisor and Resource Management Leader at Verizon Communications.

Active in the Dallas community, Hollins worked with organizations throughout the
state of Texas on the 2020 Census and Redistricting efforts to ensure individuals
were counted and represented.

For more information on the Campaign to Elect Amye Thompson Hollins, visit

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