Video; Central FL Tea Party Movement Addresses Republican Party
By Tom Tillison
Orlando Tea Party
At Monday’s Republican Unity Rally held here in Orlando, the Central Florida tea party movement was given an opportunity to address a packed house on the upcoming November election. The rally was designed to heal any divide created during the gubernatorial primary election.
Rick Scott spoke to the gathering, which included D8 primary winner Dan Webster and his primary opponents, and D24 primary winner Sandy Adams. Florida Senate President-designate Mike Haridopolos and soon to be Florida House Majority Leader Dean Cannon were also part of the festivities.
After a very gracious introduction by OCREC Chairman Lew Oliver, I took the floor to introduce West Orlando Tea Party leaders Ron McCoy and Clyde Fabretti, as well as Mr. Jason Hoyt, who delivered a profound message on behalf of all tea party members. Sticking to the theme of unity, the focus was on success in the coming election. Success that is defined as replacing Alan Grayson and Susan Kosmas!
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