Grant County Meetings are held on the
3rd Thursday of every month at 7 pm.
The next meeting will be held on 11/20 at:
Join with other liberty minded individuals from across Northern Kentucky for a combined meeting on the 4th Thursday of every month. The combined meetings start at 7pm but arrive at 6:30pm to socialize and meet fellow patriots. The combined meetings rotate between each of the counties. The location of the combined monthly meeting changes each month and will be listed on our home page.
by Grant Tea
by Ann Greene
by Georgia Dahlberg
March 15, at 7:00pm Tom Wurtz who is running for US Representative 4th district will be speaking at Toyota to the Tea Party.
March 15 at 6:00pm Lou Burton the fire chief from Crittenden is making a power point to the Grant County Tea Party about the request for fire and ambulance coverage at the Toyota meeting room in Dry Ridge. This is scheduled prior to the regular meeting that starts at 7:00pm.
April 19th Mr. Thomas Massie who is running for U S Representative 4th district will be speaking at 7:00pm to our Tea Party at Toyota meeting room in Dry Ridge.
by Ann Greene
The next Grant County tea party meeting is on Feb. 21st at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held in the upstairs meeting room at Dry Ridge Toyota in Dry Ridge. Our speaker, Mr. Joe Kalil, will be talking about the second Amendment and our rights as Americans to bear arms.
by Brian Linder-Letter
Dear Fellow Grant County Republicans and Tea Party members:
After much thought, prayer, and consideration, I filed my papers yesterday to run for State Representative. I have contemplated the decision for some time now and over the past weeks, several closed doors reopened and encouraged me to run. I visited Frankfort yesterday and meet with several Republican leaders who expressed frustration with Speaker Stumbo and his unwillingness to allow conservative bills to reach the floor for a vote. They expressed that they were very close to a House majority that would change the speakership and if they did not flip the House this year, they believe they would in 2014. Democrats have to run with Obama at the top of their ticket and in 2008, Obama only carried 8 Kentucky counties and is even less popular today. After hearing their frustration of having good conservative bills that would improve and move our great commonwealth ahead, I believe it is time we make our district Republican and move one step close to a true conservative majority. We are currently 10 seats away and there are several competitive races this fall on current House Democrats.