Campaign Finance Nonprofit Names Francis Johnson California State Coordinator

For Immediate Release
Contact: press@takeback.org

Auburn, AL (February 16, 2015) _ Francis Johnson has been selected as the California state coordinator (https://takeback.org/groups/view/California-State-Coalition) for Take Back Our Republic, a new independent non-partisan group that is focusing on conservative solutions to problems with the campaign finance system.

_I would welcome the opportunity to give more people a voice in the political process,_ Johnson said. _I look forward to being a part of this process._

A California resident, Johnson is a 25-year veteran in the Public Affairs Profession who oversees coalition building, policy development, strategic planning, and program implementation on the Federal, state, and local levels. He is the Principal of Communications Resources LLC in San Diego. He has also developed and provided guidance to the Social Security Foundations_ statewide committees in the design and conduct of ballot initiatives. Johnson develops and refines policy issues that reflect the agenda of the Coal Industries Alliance on an agency-by-agency basis. Johnson creates media watchdog committees on national and state levels to monitor and disarm negative media biases on coal, and the coal industry.

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Take Back Our Republic strive to be the leading organization in promoting a culture in politics where character and ideas are the basis of being elected and every election is financed with transparency, primarily by the people to be represented and not by outside interests. Headquartered in Auburn, AL since 2015, TBOR has strong financial backing, an engaged board, more than 100 volunteer coordinators in 47 states, and a staff who stands by our mission.

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