Noah Durham

WV County Tour stop #5: Kanawha County

June 29, 2021

For the 5th stop of the WV County tour, Johnny and Noah spent time in Kanawha County at the Capitol Building, located in Charleston, WV. The field team attended the second extraordinary session of the state legislature, as ordered by Governor Justice. Prior to the opening of the session, Johnny and Noah walked through the halls of the Capitol speaking with Delegates about the progress that we are making throughout the state. Individual conversations with Delegate Josh Booth and Delegate […]

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West Virginia Field Team Speaks at Barbour County Event

June 24, 2021

WV County Tour stop #4: Barbour County For the 4th stop on the WV County tour, Johnny and Noah visited the city of Belington in Barbour County, West Virginia. While in Belington, the field team walked the main strip and talked with local business leaders about West Virginians for Transparency. They even spoke with the Quartermaster at VFW Post 410 about coming to speak at their meeting in July. The highlight of the trip was attending the Barbour County GOP […]

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Field Team begins tour of 6 WV Counties in 6 Days

June 22, 2021

This weekend the West Virginians for Transparency field team is starting a 6 day, 6 county tour in the state. They will be attending and speaking at local GOP meetings, county festivals, picnics, and West Virginia Day celebrations. The tour includes stops in Berkeley County, Marshall County, Nicholas County, Kanawha County, Barbour County, and Putnam County. With talks of election reform on the rise, we are speaking with conservative groups around the state to empower them to speak up on […]

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West Virginia Field Team Attends Special Session

June 11, 2021

This week the TBOR field team was on the ground in Charleston to meet with state delegates during the special session. Below is an update from Field Coordinator Johnny Babilon, for continued updates from the West Virginia field team visit After being invited to the special session of the West Virginia Legislature, earlier this week West Virginia field coordinators Johnny and Noah met with legislators at the Capitol in Charleston, WV. At a great meeting with Delegate Josh Booth […]

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Wisconsin Tour Results in Support of Final-Five Voting

March 12, 2021

Take Back Our Republic Wisconsin Coordinators from Eau Claire to Fond du Lac toured Wisconsin on a listening tour this week. The trip started in the Milwaukee area, swung through the State Capitol in Madison, and ended near De Pere.  A new reform issue that arose from this tour and calls into the state leading up to the tour was a proposal for Final-Five Voting (FFV): a top 5 primary followed by an instant runoff election to determine Wisconsin Congressional […]

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Communications Coordinator Noah Durham featured in The Fulcrum

October 4, 2019

Noah Durham is the communications coordinator at Take Back Our Republic, a conservative organization in Alabama advocating for changes in federal campaign finance rules focused on increasing disclosure requirements for big special-interest groups and reduced regulation of small-dollar individual donors. A native of Baton Rouge, La., and a 23-year-old student at Auburn University, he started volunteering for TBOR in 2015 and joined the staff two years later. His answers have been lightly edited for clarity and length. To read the […]

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Noah Durham, Communications Coordinator

March 8, 2019

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Volunteer Noah Durham Shares his Thoughts on Take Back Our Republic

October 17, 2016

My name is Noah Durham.  I’m an Auburn resident and volunteer at Take Back Our Republic.  From packaging letters, entering in data, and countless phone calls, I have learned that participation in the American political system is the only way to ensure that power is returned to the people. Most days I spend my time on the phone, inviting people to come to our events or just calling simply to chat about Take Back. It is always exciting when people […]

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