Take Back Our Republic Board Elects Three New Members; Johnson As President

The Take Back Our Republic Board of Directors met in New Orleans February 3, and elected Francis Johnson to a full year term as President, and elected three new members to their first full-year terms. Johnson splits time between Washington DC and San Diego, California, and his bio and those of other returning Board Members can be seen by clicking here, except for the separate bios of original Board Members Dr. Richard Painter and Mark McKinnon.


Francis Johnson: President

The three new members elected to their first full year term appear from left to right in the top row; Sarah Bonk of California, Debilyn Molineaux of Oregon, and Peter Buckley of Massachusetts.

Top Row Board Collage

Middle Row Board Collage

Third Row Collage

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The second row includes from left to right, Kim Vaughn of Alabama, Rob Schaaf of Missouri, and Camille Solberg of Wisconsin. The third row includes from left to right, Richard Painter of Minnesota, Kim Vaughn of Virginia, and Vice President Kahlil Byrd of New York. The final row includes Finance Chair Randy Brooks of Alabama and Mark McKinnon of Texas.

A few of the new board members commented on why they joined the board of Take Back Our Republic in a short video that can be viewed here.

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