Gerrymandering Reform

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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Fair Districts PA Rally To End Gerrymandering March 23rd

February 19, 2020

Voters from across PA will be gathering in Harrisburg on March 23 to demand redistricting reform. Supported bills (HB 22 and 23 and/or SB 1022 and 1023) must pass by summer recess sometime in June so there are just a few months remaining. Now is the time to increase pressure and demand this essential change.  In 2018, Fair Districts PA and partners lined the hallways and filled every floor overlooking the Capitol rotunda. With your help even more will attend […]

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Political-Industrial Complex Attacks TBOR for Fight Against Gerrymandering

June 25, 2019

The shrill reaction of critics in the political-industrial complex to Take Back Our Republic daring to challenge the redistricting process in Massachusetts are included in this piece in the Talking Points Memo. They are eerily similar to the reaction of the political-industrial complex to this National Review article a year before Take Back Our Republic was formed, when they expressed the same contempt for our now Executive Director’s decision to run Dave Brat against the sitting Majority Leader Eric Cantor. […]

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Conservative group to push redistricting reform in Massachusetts

May 28, 2019

A national conservative group focused on government reform says it wants to take on gerrymandering in deeply blue Massachusetts. Alabama-based Take Back Our Republic wants to replace the Legislature’s redistricting process with a nonpartisan commission in the Bay State, with the aim of increasing voters’ access to their elected officials, said John Pudner, the group’s executive director. “We’re going to get districts that are much fairer for people,” Pudner said. Take Back Our Republic plans to follow the model that […]

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TBOR, Reform Among Big Election Night Winners

November 7, 2018

Day After Election Note: In case you didn’t check your 2 a.m. email from us or are not on our list, below is the election night summary of the wins in both of our ballot measures and pictures of the ads that helped deliver the victories. The other final tallies include the Democrats picking up 34 seats, one more than the 33 seats the incumbent President has lost in Midterms on average since 1900, to win control of the House […]

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Take Back’s John Pudner on the Chad Adams Show

May 23, 2018

Earlier this morning Take Back Our Republic’s Executive Director John Pudner was a featured guest on one of North Carolina’s most popular conservative radio outlets The Chad Adams Show. If you’d like to hear John with Chad about the need for more transparency when it comes to campaign finance and the need for redistricting reform you can click below.

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