The Palm Beach County Tea Party has announced it will be hosting Mark Meckler, the grassroots non-politician who co-founded the Tea Party Patriots, and who went on to found Citizens for Self-Governance.
More information can be found in the following media release:
From Northern California, Meckler is one of the original pioneers of the Tea Party movement. He was an independent voter with no political background prior to his decision to take part in the grassroots movement, which seeks to bring more fiscal responsibility and respect for Constitutional limitations to the bloated Federal Government. His non-partisan background has only helped to boost Meckler’s credibility, and he remains a well-respected authority on grassroots movements.
It is on just that topic that Meckler will be addressing the members of the Boca chapter meeting of the Palm Beach County Tea Party on Tuesday, February 5th. Many additional guests and members of other chapters are expected to attend as Meckler helps the group to explore the future goals of the Tea Party movement in light of the disappointing results of November’s elections.
The Boca meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 5th at 5:30 pm, at the Embassy Suites Hotel Boca Raton, 661 NW 53rd Street, Boca Raton, Florida, 33487. An exciting and engaging discussion and exploration is sure to take place at the meeting, as this national grassroots icon shares his insights with the members of the Palm Beach County Tea Party and other guests.
For more information contact Dominique Feldman, Palm Beach County Tea Party at (561)672-5027 or by email at Communications@palmbeachcountyteaparty.org.
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