About Diane Knowlton

A Conservative Republican Woman Ready to Take on Congress

About Diane Knowlton

A Conservative Republican Woman Ready to Take on Congress

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Diane Knowlton is a 5th-generation Clay County resident and a 5th-generation descendant of Wilbarger County settlers. She is a Clay County attorney and represents businesses such as oil & gas companies, ranches, retail stores, professional firms, and technology companies.

Diane holds two degrees from The University of Texas at Austin, a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Public Accounting, as well as a J.D. from George Washington University where she focused on Constitutional law, corporate law, and intellectual property. She is a licensed attorney in Texas and Virginia, and is a licensed CPA.

"I have worked for many of the major industries of our district, such as oil and gas, government contracting, banking, ranching, and the many retail and wholesale businesses that make up our region’s vast economy. While other candidates may promote their expertise in a single industry or profession, I want to use my experience to represent all of the people and all of the businesses of our district." - Diane Knowlton

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Before returning home to Henrietta, Clay County in early 2016, Diane worked as a consultant to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, assisting with process improvement and regulatory compliance at the agency and gaining indepth knowledge of our situation on the border.

Diane has worked with businesses large and small giving her a unique skill set and understanding of issues surrounding our business economy and government legislation, as well as an ability to work with people from all sectors to achieve mutual goals.

Before law school, she advised small government contractors on accounting and compliance issues while working at PricewaterhouseCoopers, worked on business and finance issues in Deloitte’s Office of the Chairman, and as a government contracts manager at Dell.

Diane has a key understanding of our Constitutional rights, awareness of the current attacks on such rights, and knows what needs to be done to preserve them. She knows the legislative process inside and out and is ready to get started on day-one representing our conservative beliefs and fighting for strong legislation to protect our freedoms.