Tudor Dixon is a former gubernatorial candidate, businesswoman, breast-cancer survivor, and working mom of four girls. She built a career in Michigan's steel industry, leading industrial sales for heavy equipment in the agriculture, automotive, and energy sectors. Tudor paused her career upon having children and being diagnosed with breast cancer.
After beating cancer, Tudor began an entrepreneurial journey that led her to conservative media and activism. As a way to combat the pervasive biased and left-leaning messaging in our schools, she founded Lumen News, which provided pro-America, pro-Constitution morning news programs to grade school students. As Lumen became more successful, the conservative network, Real America’s Voice, approached Tudor and she transitioned to being "in front of the camera" for the first time.
While covering the biggest names and events in politics throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Tudor saw her own community and family suffer from the heavy-handed and cruel lockdowns of far-left leaders like Gretchen Whitmer. Seeking to repair her state from the enormous economic and personal damage done by those policies, Tudor entered the arena as a conservative outsider, winning the Republican gubernatorial nomination and ultimately became a leading conservative voice throughout the Midwest.
Determined to continue serving her community and advocating for principled conservative leadership, Tudor is re-entering the media space, launching a podcast with the Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Podcast Network. She will dive deep into a wide variety of topics that touch our lives, while welcoming experts, insiders and headline makers for candid conversations.