We are Concerned Citizens with 3 Core Principles:

Fiscal Responsibility • Limited Government • Free Markets

The Tea Party movement is an American fiscally conservative political movement. Members of the movement have called for lower taxes, and for a reduction of the national debt of the United States and federal budget deficit through decreased government spending.

Do our Tea Party principles of Fiscal Responsibility, Limited Government and Free Markets align with your principles of government? If so, please consider signing up for our TEA Mail updates or attend our next Tea Party meeting in your area. LEARN MORE…

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Free Choice — Not Free Money

Free Choice — Not Free Money

Education shapes culture. It influences student’s career choices, which affects the state economy. Education molds our expectations of the world and of ourselves. Education is so important that some parents spend thousands of dollars and work long hours to provide...

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Numbers for House and Senate Leadership: Use Them!

Numbers for House and Senate Leadership: Use Them!

Contact information for House and Senate Leadership. Call leadership in addition to calling your district representative. House Leadership David Osborne David.Osborne@lrc.ky.gov LRC: 502-564-4334 Work: 502-645-2186 David Meade David.Meade@lrc.ky.gov LRC: 502-564-4334...

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Legislative Update: Fighting Mandatory Vaccinations

Legislative Update: Fighting Mandatory Vaccinations

The vaccination issue isn’t just between crunchy moms and big-pharma anymore. The hysteria over COVID-19 has everyone asking the question “Should I get the vaccine? Is it safe? Is this the best way to return to normal?” Whether you decide to receive the vaccine or not...

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What to Expect in January

Hello Friends, See attached for the flyer that was distributed at the Bean's gathering yesterday. (This is the information every citizen needs to support important legislation to reign in our governor). In addition, below are a couple things that were shared at the...

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How your Legislator Voted and What to do About it

How your Legislator Voted and What to do About it

As students are waiting to hear whether they passed organic chemistry or made an A in British literature, Kentucky patriots are looking at a different type of report card. Scott Hofstra of the United Kentucky Tea Party has graded our Northern Kentucky legislators...

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