Take Back Action Fund is inviting any potential candidate for office to stop by and hear us out on why every Republican, Democrat, third party candidate and Independent should back campaign finance reform. The first potential candidate of the 2018 election cycle to take us up on the offer was former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville, who is said to be considering a run for Governor. We were honored to be among the first stops on his "listening tour."
Last fall, President Trump made a promise to "Drain the Swamp," and the American people embraced the idea of an outsider running the country. Will Alabamians look to do the same in 2018? Tuberville, who made his stop by our office this week, may be eager to find out.
Tuberville was an outstanding football coach, and he is hoping that his leadership experience- outside of politics- will prompt Alabama voters to select him to lead the state. We enjoyed the opportunity to hear his fascinating stories about some of the great Auburn teams, and we also were privileged to share with him our conservative approach to influence reform. Coach Tuberville was very receptive, and we look forward to following his campaign!
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - May 15, 2017 - The Take Back Action Fund Board met today in Birmingham and elected Randy Brooks Chair.
The Board also elected Juleanna Glover, John Pudner, Charles Hellwig and Marty Connors to one-year terms.
Two years ago Pudner, the Executive Director of Take Back Our Republic (Take Back), a non-partisan 501(c)3 organization (see details on www.takeback.org), announced the formation of Take Back Our Republic Action Fund (Action Fund). He noted that some strong conservatives with deep experience in politics, campaigns, and government believed in the educational effort of Take Back, but sought to advocate policies and implement specific solutions activities which go beyond the scope of the efforts of Take Back.
The group currently advocated the passage of HR1341 and other campaign finance reform measures.
The bios of the members are as follows:
Randy Brooks, CEO of Avast Real Estate, built his real estate operation of more than 100 people with his method of per…
December 11th, 2015 by Take Back Action TeamTake Back Action FundÂ did not plan an email update until next year, but surprising developments required an emergency conference call this morning and this update: Bernie Sanders' spokesman dismissesÂ Take Back Our Republic-backed campaign finance reform (see Al Jazeera post here) as a "A Solution in Search of a Problem"Media outlets in theÂ MideastÂ andÂ RussiaÂ both focus stories on credit card loopholePlanned Parenthood chapter spent 89% of $585,236 funds on political activity (Open Secrets study), leading to new support byÂ TBAFÂ for disclosure for c-4s that disregard the 50% limitCongressmen Paul Gosar (R-AZ), Louie Gohmert (R-TX) and Walter Jones (R-NC) and me push reform legislation at press conference1. Headline in Al-Jazeera story from Bernie Sanders' campaign quote
The "search" for the problem would not take long. AÂ quick read of USA TodayÂ a couple of weeks ago indicates an overseas religious movement…
FOR RELEASE Contact: John Pudner Take Back Our Republic Action Fund Launched Auburn, AL (May 5, 2015) Three months after launching Take Back Our Republic (Take Back), a non-partisan 501(c)3 organization (see details on www.takeback.org), I am happy to announce the formation of Take Back Our Republic Action Fund (Action Fund).
Some strong conservatives with deep experience in politics, campaigns, and government believed in the educational effort of Take Back, but sought to advocate policies and implement specific solutions activities which go beyond the scope of the efforts of Take Back.
The Action Fund will organize those volunteers who want to engage in those activities. It is an organization not organized for profit but operated exclusively for the promotion of related issues under Section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code.
We will work to defend and advance campaign finance reform that empowers voters and encourages higher voter turnout from a conservative, market-based politica…