West Virginia

TBAF: West Virginians for Transparency’s Work on Ending Partisan Gerrymandering

September 3, 2021

West Virginians for Transparency has been working throughout the entire state on a variety of issues that ensure that our elected officials are representing all West Virginians, rather than insider special interest groups. One of these reforms that our organization is pushing for is non-partisan redistricting, which we believe is a common sense solution to the status quo. According to Huntington’s Herald Dispatch, residents of Cabell and Wayne counties are pushing for more community-based voting districts in these state-wide discussions. […]

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TBOR President Speaks With Veterans In Belington West Virginia

August 12, 2021

Recently Take Back Our Republic Board President Francis Johnson stopped by Post 410 in Belington West Virginia with the rest of the Field Team to speak to local veterans and listen to their thoughts on the best way to make our elections more transparent and return power back to the people. Below is a message from Francis as the field team was wrapping up the Post 410 meeting.

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West Virginia Field Team Rocks 9th Street Live Festival

August 2, 2021

Last Friday, our field team hosted a West Virginians for Transparency Night at 9th Street Live in Huntington, WV. It was a great night filled with meaningful conversations about the state of our country and how we can return the power back to everyday Americans. Field Coordinator, Johnny Babilon, spread our message through local radio outlets when he was interviewed live at the event. (listen below) “What we are doing now is that we are working to restore confidence in […]

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West Virginia Field Team Meets With Veterans

July 30, 2021

Last week our Board President Francis Johnson joined our field team and visited the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 410, located in Belington, WV. We spoke to a group of twenty to twenty-five veterans about the work that we are doing to help our veterans, active duty service members, and their families throughout the state of West Virginia. Throughout the summer we have been meeting with veterans groups throughout the state to mobilize in assisting the current active duty service […]

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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 TransparentWV.com 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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Field Team attends Reagan Picnic in Martinsburg, WV

May 18, 2021

On Saturday, Lars Wiechmann (National Field Director), Noah Durham (Central Field Director), and Johnny Babilon (Eastern Field Director) attended a Reagan Picnic at War Memorial Park in Martinsburg, WV. They met with many conservative leaders from Jefferson, Berkeley, and Morgan county to discuss the work they are doing in the state for “West Virginians for Transparency”. The highlight of the event is when Secretary of State Mac Warner asked Noah and Johnny to help him with his presentation by playing […]

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Ensuring West Virginians Have Options in Voting

August 18, 2020

“Remote voting technologies like that outlined by Safe Vote West Virginia for instance, are a good way for West Virginians to vote using a secure blockchain-based platform from overseas or sitting at home without exposing themselves or others to COVID-19. This is really beneficial to military members stationed abroad or the disabled.” “Mail can take a long time, especially with the pandemic causing delivery delays. We need good alternatives to snail mail and as a physician, I believe the electronic […]

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