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Scott Babbidge is the Founder of Take Back The Republican Party. He is also President of his Homeowners Association and proud Dad of a 16 year old. Scott provides readers with analysis of local items of interest framed within the Principles of Republicanism. Email Scott, he welcomes your comments and ideas!

SMART/SPARK Movements Picking Up Steam

Raintree Country Club in south Charlotte was packed last week with a crowd of more than 50 concerned citizens who attended the most recent meeting of SMART (South Mecklenburg Alliance of Responsible Taxpayers) and SPARK Educational Performances (Strategic Partners for Accountability and Reform of Key Educational Performances). Tim Timmerman of SMART led the meeting and […]

March 15, 2012 | Posted in House Guests,Scott Babbidge | Read More »

A Message to Gideon Moore and Mecklenburg Republicans

Let me first start by giving my sincerest congratulations to Gideon Moore, the new MECK GOP Chairman!  Gideon has proven himself to be a hard worker within the party, he put together a large team, and I believe he is going to be relentless in continuing to build out the precinct organization. As someone who […]

March 21, 2011 | Posted in County Beat,Scott Babbidge | Read More »

Scott Babbidge for Mecklenburg GOP Chairman

As we approach the 2011 Mecklenburg County Convention and think about who the right person is to lead our party into the future, the answer to the question “Who should I

January 19, 2011 | Posted in County Beat,Scott Babbidge | Read More »

The Real Work Starts Now

Rightfully so, we are feeling really good about ourselves today as Republicans have taken power away from Liberals all across America. For the first time in over a century, Republicans in North Carolina own a majority in the NC House and Senate. Things like Voter ID and redistricting are coming – and we should be […]

November 3, 2010 | Posted in Scott Babbidge | Read More »

Race To The Finish

With only a few short days left until Election 2010 is in the books it is becoming ever more clear that once again, Independent voters hold the power and the key to the outcome of the election here in Mecklenburg County, as well as around the country. With that being said, I have asked myself […]

October 28, 2010 | Posted in County Beat | Read More »

Time to Start Thinking About the 2011 Mayor’s Race

While it is “only” August of 2011 and elections for Charlotte Mayor and Charlotte City Council are 15 months away, it seems to me that NOW is the time we should be planning, fundraising, and doing the legwork that will be required if we are to change the makeup of City government in Charlotte. This […]

August 19, 2010 | Posted in House Blends,Scott Babbidge | Read More »

AZ’s Immigration Law – Exactly what both sides asked for…

The hits just keep on coming don’t they?  First, we get a lousy health care insurance bill crammed down our throats and turned into law against the wishes of almost 60% of the American people. While that firestorm is still raging, another fight has taken hold as well.  This time, however, the Republicans have thrown […]

April 30, 2010 | Posted in Scott Babbidge | Read More »

Time for GOP to Frame Issues

Now that the healthcare insurance bill has been shoved down the proverbial throats (and wallets) of the American people, it is more important than ever to understand that the inability and unwillingness of the Republican Party to proactively frame discussions is having negative consequences to the future of our society. Our inability to get out […]

April 5, 2010 | Posted in Scott Babbidge | Read More »

Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?

I am very excited to be writing a guest column for www.PunditHouse.com.  I am not the most eloquent or technically perfect writer of all time. In fact, I sometimes end sentences with prepositions and dangling participles. I write the way I talk: No nonsense, possibly a bit long winded, but with passion and a steadfast […]

March 22, 2010 | Posted in Scott Babbidge | Read More »

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