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TBOR Board Member Explains Why Redistricting Reform is Good for Virginia Business

October 16, 2020

Recently TBOR board member Sarah Bonk outlined why redistricting reform is good for Virginia businesses and employees in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. A well-functioning democracy in a healthy political system is in the best interest of both the public and businesses. It can help catalyze the seeding and growth of new businesses and industries. It can provide stimulus in a downturn, and bring resources to retraining or credentialing workers when long-term trends force an industry to pivot. To read Sarah’s op-ed […]

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TBOR Executive Director Quoted in IBTimes On Day 2 of Barrett Hearings

October 13, 2020

John Pudner, president of the conservative Take Back Our Republic, said it’s not surprising the Senate Judiciary Committee decided to get the process underway just 22 days ahead of Election Day. “While the Supreme Court closes for Columbus Day, 29 states no longer count Columbus Day as a holiday, and 79% of American students believe it should no longer be celebrated, so I doubt any progressives genuinely have any objection to senators or anyone else working on Columbus Day,” “At […]

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Radio interview this morning caps 4-State Western Tour

October 8, 2020

TBOR initial invite months ago to attend the Vice Presidential Debate at the University of Utah was scuttled by Covid-19 shutting down the audience. However, our ED traveled 800 miles in less than a week leading up to last night’s VP debate, ending with this morning’s interview airing on KNEB throughout Nebraska and two other states this morning. While Clark Caras and Jessica Murphy in our Utah office continued their great work, the tour included Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska and Colorado. […]

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Executive Director John Pudner Quoted in IBTimes on Impact of Trump’s COVID Diagnosis

October 2, 2020

This morning TBOR’s John Pudner was quoted in the IBTimes on how President Trumps postive COVID-19 test will affect the coming election. “Our Constitution can handle the crisis of the president contracting COVID-19, but can the citizens handle it?”  “Even if Trump ends up unable to fulfill his presidential duties to his satisfaction, the Constitution provides an avenue for him to convey this so that Americans would know they were choosing between ‘Biden-Harris’ and perhaps ‘Pence-Haley’ even if their ballot […]

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TBOR Executive Director Quoted in The Hill Regarding New Presidential Polling

October 2, 2020

The Hill quoted TBOR’s Executive Director John Pudner, though the interview was conducted before news of the President and First Lady testing positive for COVID, everyone at TBOR wish’s them both a speedy recovery. “It’s concerning,” said John Pudner, a veteran Republican campaign operative who now runs the nonpartisan group Take Back Our Republic. “I think Trump’s polling and his miscues at the debate are especially a cause for concern in those tight races in Georgia, South Carolina and Iowa … […]

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TBOR ED featured in The Western Journal

September 28, 2020

The last time Take Back Our Republic appeared in the Western Journal, the media outlet’s audience had just passed the Drudge Report and USA Today in Alexa Ratings. We appreciate them running our latest Op-Ed: Confirming a Supreme Court Nominee Is the Democratic Thing To Do – No Matter What. To read the entire piece, click here.

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Executive Director Quoted in The Daily News

September 25, 2020

Executive Director John Pudner spoke with the Daily News earlier this week regarding Senator Romney’s support to vote on the new Supreme Court nominee. Pudner was quoted as saying “It’s policy versus personality for him,” To read the rest of John’s quotes and the article in its entirety click here

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TBOR ED Discusses Supreme Court and Addition of Justices on Sinclair Network

September 24, 2020

Earlier this week TBOR’s John Pudner discussed the Supreme Court vacancy and the potential for the addition of more justices on the Sinclair Network. Below you can read an excerpt from the story. John Pudner, the president of the non-profit Take Back Action Fund and former adviser to Romney in 2008 and aide to former President George W. Bush in 2000, told Sinclair he thinks this will drive voter turnout for both Democrats and Republicans. Pudner said if Trump gets […]

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Join the 2020 Wolf-PAC Warrior Workshop!

September 24, 2020

Our friends at Wolf-PAC are hosting a three-day virtual conference this weekend and Take Back Our Republic is going to be part of it! The event will kick off Friday, Sept. 25 at 7 pm ET, and run throughout the weekend.  Get your $10 ticket here Here are some events you won’t want to miss: United Against Corruption panel that will feature [the representative from your organization], and other leaders in the democracy reform movement.  Legend of the movement to […]

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Executive Director John Pudner Quoted in Politico on Supreme Court Vacancy

September 23, 2020

Yesterday TBOR Executive Director John Pudner discussed the Supreme Court vacancy in Politico, below is an excerpt from John’s comments. “It helps Republicans for one reason — they were losing,” said John Pudner, a Trump supporter who worked for Republican presidential nominees Mitt Romney in 2012 and George W. Bush in 2000 and now leads Take Back Our Republic, a group that aims to use conservative solutions for political reform. “You want the story to change.” To read the politico […]

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