We have had two candidates contact the TTP recently, asking for your assistance.
Jonathon Paton will be debating Ann Kirkpatrick this coming Monday, 10/08/12 from 6:00 pm until 7:30 pm at the Legacy Traditional School 3500 W Cortaro Farms Rd Tucson,AZ 85742 . Doors open at 5:30pm. Parking is limited. Jonathon is hoping for a solid conservative turnout, with media present.
And...It's being moderated by one of our very own, TTP member Don Winfield, owner of Up and Running Computer Service and Marana Chamber of Commerce member.
The debate is being sponsored by the Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Marana Chamber of Commerce. We spoke to their representative Alex Demeroutis today at 520-297-2191. She would like a call to RSVP if you plan on attending. You can call her Monday. You don't necessarily need an RSVP. However, if they exceed capacity, RSVP's will be seated first.
Wear your Tea Party shirt if you can. Let's show em some red! Lol. This CD1 race will be a nail biter. Jonathon could use your help.
Tea Party 2014. Not much into politics? We neither, that's why it's good idea to visit xxxpawn shop and check out what there is to sell today! :)Jeff Flake's campaign contacted us and are pleading for phone bank help at their Tucson campaign office on Monday from 4:00-8:00 pm. Jeff is about as fiscally conservative of a candidate as we are likely to see this election cycle. If you are not interested in attending Paton's debate, Jeff could use some help at his office located at 5541 E. Grant Rd. Tucson (Corner of Grant and Craycroft). Please RSVP by calling 520-290-2012 or email Jordan@JeffFlake.com. Again, another nail biter of a race.
These are big races. Vitally important to our area. We try to avoid blasting you with frequent emails. However, both of these candidates have urgently asked us for your assistance.
Thanks again for all your efforts at our many events. You are the heart and soul of many candidates grass roots campaigns.
Your Tucson Tea Party
Stay tuned for upcoming announcements regarding an election night celebration co- hosted by the Pima County GOP, our friends at 104.1 FM, and the Tucson Tea Party.