California native Joe Collins III has declared his commitment to improving his home state’s political and socioeconomic futures by running as the Republican Congressional candidate for the 36th district. Having grown up on 104th and Normandie in South Central Los Angeles, he’s using his personal knowledge of the area’s extreme amounts of homelessness, crime, high gang activity and lack of quality education to fight to reform the area’s way of life.
As a way to introduce himself to California’s 36th district, Collins is hosting a campaign launch fundraiser on Saturday, April 2 from 6-9pm PT at the Trump National Golf Course in L.A. The event will be held at the gold course, as the aspiring politician is endorsed by former U.S. President Donald Trump. To RSVP for the fundraiser, which will feature special guest speakers, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collins is a 13-and-a-half year Navy Veteran, having served from 2004 to 2017. He worked on and trained thousands of sailors on many types of aircraft. The political hopeful also proudly served during the successful campaign, Operation Iraqi Freedom.
After leaving the Navy in September of 2017, Collins proudly made the decision to continue serving the people without a voice, particularly in his California district. He ultimately set his sights on a leadership role in politics.
The Congressional candidate is the CEO of World Financial Group, a contracting and development company, and also sits on the board of a private global development company. The licensed financial professional holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Phoenix. He’s also a former host of KABC’s radio show, ‘New Black Republican.’