Trump Could Have Blown Out Clinton with Ranked Choice Voting

November 16, 2018

Conservatives reading this Washington Post report on the first instant Ranked-Choice Vote (RVC) resulting in the Democrats picking up an extra Congressional seat in Maine may be surprised to hear a judge appointed by Trump provided the strong decision allowing the process. In upholding the law, the Trump appointee states: “…there is no dispute that the RCV Act, the product of a citizens’ initiative, was motivated by a desire to enable third-party and non-party candidates to participate in the political process, […]

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St. Petersburg Passes Campaign Finance Law Despite Likely Legal Challenge

October 9, 2017

  AUBURN, AL- The debate over Citizens United continues to shift toward local action with St. Petersburg entering the fray with a historic vote. A 6-2 majority voted to restrict the amount an individual can contribute to a PAC that will spend in local elections to $5,000. Accompanying the measure is a stronger requirement for disclosure to ensure the new law will be applied. City attorneys were opponents of the effort, saying that the new law violates First Amendment protections […]

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A Study on State Lobbying: By The Numbers from 2006-15

March 15, 2017

AUBURN, AL- In our last article, we wrote about the time period of 2006 to 2015 and introduced a few thoughts. Below we briefly break down the numbers of lobbyists at the state level over the decade. The total number of state-level lobbyists grew from 42,895 to 45,555- a growth of 2660 lobbyists. This represents an increase in state lobbyists of 6.2% over the decade. Across the country, 28 states saw an increase in the number of lobbyists. Twenty-two states saw a decrease. […]

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March 9, 2017

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Take Back Supports Florida Reps. “Drain the Swamp Act”

February 6, 2017

Last Week, U.S. Representative Ron Desantis (FL-06) introduced a bill focused on stopping the revolving door culture of Washington D.C. The “Drain the Swamp Act” as it is called will as push to extend the lobbying ban to 5 years, broaden the existing ban on foreign nationals donating to political parties or campaigns, and preventing senior officials from representing, aiding, or advising a foreign entity with the intent to influence the executive or legislative branches of the United States government. […]

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Take Back Our Republic, Ambassador Eisen Host Event in Miami

January 20, 2017

Today, Take Back Our Republic Director of Operations Justin Hill and Ambassador Norm Eisen spoke to the Patriot’s Club at Christopher Columbus High School in Miami, Florida before the 58th Presidential Inauguration.  Special thanks to Take Back Our Republic’s South Florida coordinator Wayne Rossiter for putting the event together!

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Take Back Our Republic Announces Southeast Coordinator Team

November 22, 2016

Take Back Our Republic Announces Southeast Regional Coordinator, Advisory Board Members and State Coordinators. Take Back Our Republic is proud to announce the leadership team for the 6-state southeast region, led by Alabama State Senator Trip Pittman. The region stretches from North Carolina to Florida. The remaining 9 regions will be announced later. The announcement came at tonight’s Take Back Our Republic event in Dothan, Alabama. Hosted by State School Board Member Betty Peters, the well-attended gathering was the third […]

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TBOR on TV Viewed in Florida, Georgia & Alabama (WTVY)

November 18, 2016

Last night Take Back Our Republic held it’s third Alabama event at Hot’s Deli in Dothan, Alabama. The event was hosted by state school board member Betty Peter’s and also featured the announcement of Alabama state senator Tripp Pitman as our Southeast regional coordinator. WTVY chanel 4 news station covered the event and has one of the largest viewerships in the region, covering parts of Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. To watch the coverage of the event click here.

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Take Back in Dothan, Alabama

November 17, 2016

  Florida, Georgia and Alabama residents can watch WTVY-4 news tonight to see Executive Director John Pudner unveil the new Southeast Take Back Our Republic team. Pudner met with Dothan area residents for lunch at the Hoppergrass restaurant including (Monica Carroll, Faye Williams and Boyd Deal) to talk about the threat of gamblers, the entertainment industry and foreign interests using lax campaign laws to flood the political system. Tonight John will announce the new Regional Director and his team of […]

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Crist, Jolly Square Off On Campaign Finance Reform

October 14, 2016

One of the most hotly contested races for Congress in the Tampa Bay area pits two well-known candidates: Former Gov. Charlie Crist and the incumbent, Congressman David Jolly. The two debated recently at the Suncoast Tiger Bay Club in St. Petersburg. Click HERE to read more.

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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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