Conservative Campaign Finance Reformer Names 3 Priorities

From the Concord Monitor

“John Pudner, executive director of the organization Take Back Our Republic, points to some of the same symptoms that liberals do – the long hours that members of Congress spend fundraising and a candidate recruitment process that tends to favor “telemarketers” over problem-solvers.

But in describing his preferred set of reforms in a meeting with the Monitor’s editorial board Thursday, Pudner showed some overlap with the Democratic approach and some differences.

Pudner said his perspective was shaped over 20 years of running conservative campaigns, including his involvement in Virginia Congressman Dave Brat’s upset win over the well-heeled then-incumbent House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in 2014.”

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