2011 will be the biggest year ever for the tea party movement in Chicago. Our next meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 5 at 7:00 PM at Blackie's, 755 S. Clark. Our featured speaker of the evening will be Cedra Crenshaw, the Mom V. The Machine. Cedra will discuss what the Republican party needs to do to expand its base and reach out to new voters. We'll also discuss the steps the IL GOP needs to take to reform. Also, we'll hear from candidates running in the upcoming local elections.
We will also welcome the Cook County Campaign for Liberty at our January meeting. The Cook County C4L shares many of our same goals, including promoting ethical leadership and advocating the great American principles of liberty, fiscal responsibility, transparency and limited government.
When you attend a meeting of the Chicago Tea Party, you don't just sit and listen - you can be part of the discussion. Our meetings give you a chance to get informed, stay involved and socialize with great people.
The Chicago Tea Party meets the first Wednesday of every month. We hold monthly meetings for people to meet our elected officials and candidates, ask direct questions and discuss the most important issues facing our country. Most importantly, you can meet and enjoy the company of dozens of friends and neighbors just like you. You can order from the menu and get drinks from the cash bar. There is metered parking on the street and a $6 parking lot across the street.
Our monthly meetings are open to all freedom loving Americans.
Please call 773-559-0105 or email us with any questions.
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Chicago Tea Party
We are the Chicago group for the Tea Party Patriots, winners of the Ronald Reagan Award at CPAC and organizers of the 2010 and 2011 Chicago Tax Day Tea Party in Daley Plaza.
The Chicago Tea Party Patriots consists of individuals who believe in liberty, constitutional principles and fiscal responsibility. We are an independent, grassroots group of Americans committed to freedom and united by the core values and principles found in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.