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New Hampshire Grassroots Support Continues to Grow

April 30, 2019

Whoa! Gadzooks! Eureka! Thank you, John Pudner (Monitor Opinion, April 26). In case you missed it, Democrats and Republicans have and should find, something to agree upon in what Pudner has to say. Take the time to read it. Get behind it and support this bill. Let’s get dark money out of our elections and campaigns for public office. Restore our democracy to the people. Contact your state representatives in the House and Senate now to support HB 504. Did I say […]

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Take Back Our Republic ED featured in Concord Monitor

April 26, 2019

  This morning Executive Director John Pudner outlined in New Hampshire’s Concord Monitor why New Hampshire Republicans want limits on political spending. “But entrenched political groups often benefit from the status quo and oppose reform. Even reforms supported by GOP voters. Even reforms that might help GOP candidates, such as improved disclosure of political spending. Democrats held a huge edge in secret (sometimes called “dark”) money for the first time ever in 2018. Act Blue, Soros, Bloomberg and Steyer, and […]

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Executive Director John Pudner featured on Fox Carolina TV

April 25, 2019

After concluding an unrelated interview with US Senator Lindsey Graham, Fox Carolina TV asked TBOR Executive Director John Pudner why it was important to bring their conservative solutions for campaign finance reform to Republican leaders in South Carolina. Pudner responded that during his time running the South Carolina call center operation for George W. Bush in 2000, he learned South Carolinians drive many conservative positions nationwide – putting Bush back on the path to the Presidency after his nomination was […]

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Guest Op-ed from North Dakota Coordinator Liz Grey Bear

April 12, 2019

From the desk of Elizabeth Rich Grey Bear The ND Senate Bill 2148 hearing I attended at the North Dakota state capitol in March was striking for me. The one sentence resounding by one of the legislators speaking, I believe it was from a question posed by Josh Boschee, remains key for [TBOR] takeback.org, a conservative solutions entity for campaign finance reform. The question was asked by the former candidate, who ran against our sitting Secretary of State, Al Jaeger, […]

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Throwing out Electoral College throws out our republic

April 2, 2019

“Tuesday, a group of senators led by Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) will introduce an Amendment to abolish the Electoral College. Just last week, Delaware was the latest state to join the push for states allocating all of their electoral college votes to the winner of the national popular vote for presidential elections. A month ago, Colorado passed their own similar bill. There is a total of 13 states that have joined the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact. Proponents on both coasts claiming more power by eliminating the Electoral College in […]

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RealClearPolitics Quotes TBOR on Donor at Presidential Announcement

March 29, 2019

(photo courtesy of State Department, full story from Real Clear Politics here. ) RealClear Politics asked Take Back Our Republic about controversial mega donor Angelo Tsakopoulos hosting an event for Presidential candidate Kamala Harris. TBOR does not take positions on which candidates should be supported or opposed by voters. However, this question gave us a chance to make a distinction between public and transparent donations like this in which voters know who is giving and can decide if that impacts their vote – and […]

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Take Back ED Quoted in Real Clear Politics

March 29, 2019

A recurring pay-to-play racket is what concerns John Pudner, executive director of the conservative-leaning campaign finance group Take Back Our Republic. He doesn’t worry about seeing the Lincoln Bedroom turned into an Airbnb. He is more concerned with wealthy donors pulling strings to reduce regulations.  That, he told RCP, is a corrupt return on investment, “an exchange of 20 to one. To read the article in its entirety click here.

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Robert Mueller and Jennifer Lawrence Interrupt My Annual March Madness Break

March 25, 2019

(my Executive Director John Pudner) – My Facebook profile advises all that I am available 24×7 all but one week a year around my birthday and the opening weekend of March Madness – but my birthday this year included issuing a media statement on the Mueller investigation and meeting with Jennifer Lawrence’s group as they did final prep for the most important political reform gathering of the year. Sports Section Since I’m bound to upset everyone across the spectrum with my […]

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South Carolina Chapter Continues to Grow

March 20, 2019

Take Back Our Republics South Carolina chapter and the grassroots campaign continues to grow and gain momentum. Last night  Programs Director Justin Hill and South Carolina state coordinator Lars Weichmann attended the Lake Murray Republican Women’s meeting along with guest speaker Senator Ronnie Cromer. Justin and Lars were able to present to everyone in attendance the need for conservative solutions to campaign finance reform and introduce Take Back Our Republic. This morning, Lars and Justin were up early to talk […]

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Momentum Continues to Build in South Carolina

March 12, 2019

Take Back Our Republic coordinator Adam “Vance” Miller was in Greer, South Carolina (a city in both Greenville and Spartanburg Counties) last night talking about our mission at Take Back Our Republic to the Greenville/Spartanburg Republican Women. Later in the night, Vance was also able to get some time with Greenville County GOP Chairman, Nate Leupp, to discuss TBOR and what we’re doing to organize the grassroots in South Carolina (photos of Vance below). At the same time, lead South […]

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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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