Ohio’s First Capital Tea Party-November Update 2015

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We hear you, what can I do?


We are honored to host Ted Stevenot as our guest speaker at our November 16th, 2015 meeting. We will meet at 7:00pm at the Sunroom @The Brick, 113 E. High Street, Frankfort, Ohio, 45628.

Ted is a grassroots liberty leader helping Ohioans and others take a stand for limited government, free markets, and fiscal responsibility. Ted helped found the the Clermont County Tea Party in 2010 which has become on of the most successful and effective in Ohio. Ted is also past president of Ohio Liberty Coalition, and the current President of Ohio Rising and Ohio Precinct Project Central Committee training.

Central committees are Ted’s primary focus. You’ll learn about the importance of voting in primary elections, and gaining citizen led majorities on party Central Committees. Ted has helped scores of liberty minded citizens become elected to office, with Brad Wenstrup’s election as a recent example.

Ted, along with Jon Stevenot, have written, “Organizing for Liberty”, a 32 page booklet that provides valuable help for citizens desiring to reassert their voices, hold elected officials accountable, and take back control of their country and constitutional processes. The book is available from Amazon.com – http://amzn.com/B00J8WO0C0

Ted and his wife Jan, reside in Cincinnati, along with their three children, John, Sarah, and Thomas.

We hear you. So many like minded friends, neighbors, co-workers, etc., empathetic to the concerns of the condition of our country, asking, “What can I do?” Here is a perfect opportunity to plug in and get involved. Get off the couch, put action to your concerns, and join us in standing up to be heard and take our country back!

As usual, we begin each meeting with a prayer, and the Pledge of Allegiance. Light refreshments are served. We hope to YOU there!

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OLC Supreme Court Justices 19 SEPT 2015


OLC Supreme Court Justices 19 SEPT 2015