Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

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John M. Ashbrook Award

The John M. Ashbrook Award is bestowed annually to recognize an individual who upholds the ideals of limited constitutional government championed by John M. Ashbrook, the late Ohio congressman and co-founder of the American Conservative Union.

The Ashbrook Center presented the 2016 John M. Ashbrook Award to Ed Rollins in recognition of his lifetime dedication to conservative principles.  

(L to R) Ashbrook Chairman of the Board Marv Krinsky; Ashbrook Board Member D. Rex Elsass; 2016 Award Recipient Ed Rollins; Ashbrook Executive Director Roger Beckett

Previous Ashbrook Award Recipients:
2016 – Ed Rollins
2015 – Lamar Alexander
2014 – William Batchelder
2013 – David Keene
2012 – John Von Kannon
2011 – John Boehnter
2008 – Lee Edwards
2007 – William A. Rusher
2006 – Paul M. Weyrich
2005 – Henry J. Hyner
2010 – Roy Innis
2009 – Thomas S. Wide
2004 – J. Kenneth Blackwell
2003 – Tom Delay
2002 – M. Stanton Evans
2001 – John Ashcroft
2000 – Herbert Romerstein
1999 – Philip M. Crane
1998 – Charlton Heston
1997 – Frank Shakespeare
1996 – Robert H. Krieble
1995 – Malcolm Wallop
1994 – Jesse Helms
1993 – Dan Quayle
1992 – Tom Van Meter
1991 – Jeanne Kirkpatrick
1990 – Fred A. Lennon
1989 – Patrick J. Buchanan
1988 – F. Clifton White
1987 – Edwin Meese III
1986 – Ronald Reagan