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Florida Grassroots Leaders Welcome New Tea Party Group


The newly formed “Palm Beach County Tea Party”, led by a group of veteran grassroots activists from older south Florida organizations, has been well received by its peers. The new group plans to work on collaborative project with like-minded groups to increase the effectiveness of their projects leading into the 2012 election season.

Here are some of the comments from local and national leaders:


“We are pleased to see this new group come together and welcome their experience and enthusiasm for working with other grassroots groups based in Florida and nationally. They are committed to improving the level of political discourse by providing education and training to people who live in Palm Beach County regarding their core principles of Fiscal Responsibility, Constitutionally Limited Government, and Free Markets.” Jenny Beth Martin, Co-Founder & National Coordinator for Tea Party Patriots

“We are thrilled to have another grassroots group join our fight for a new era of freedom, opportunity, limited government and prosperity. The Palm Beach County Tea Party will be a strong addition to the array of existing grassroots groups in Florida.” Tom Gaitens, Florida State Director for Freedom Works

“Dear Pam: I’d like to congratulate you, on behalf of the South Florida 912, for taking the step to form the Palm Beach County Tea Party. South Florida 912 looks forward to working together on common goals. Our twelve values and nine principles mesh well with your three values of Fiscal Responsibility, Limited Government and Free Markets and I’m sure that we’ll be able to work together on informing and motivating like-minded citizens of Palm Beach County. There are huge issues that stand before us and it will take all of us working together to elect principled representatives at all levels of government in 2012! Using Rick Scott’s phrase – “Let’s Get to Work!” Shannon Armstrong, founder of the South Florida 912

“Fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free markets are three perspectives that any conservative can get behind. I welcome her to the movement, and look forward to the task at hand.” Ed Fulop, a South Florida 912 organizer

“We are delighted to see the formation of another local grassroots group dedicated to achieving better government at all levels, and we welcome Pam and her team as TAB Coalition Partners for the 2012 county budget cycle.” Fred and Iris Scheibl, PBC Taxpayer Action Board

“GOOD LUCK, Everyone.” Sid Dinerstein, PBC GOP Chairman

“Best of luck in your new organization in Palm Beach County. If we can help with anything, please let us know.” Martin 9/12 TeaParty Committee: Jim McGovern, Cindy Lucas, Shona Darress

What a pleasure it is to welcome the Palm Beach County Tea Party into the the grassroots tea party movement in Florida. We look forward to partnering with your organization on issues that will restore fiscal responsibility, freedom in the marketplace, and a smaller government footprint. Together we will make a difference.Karen Jaroch, Leader of Tampa 912

Welcome Palm Beach County Tea Party! Tampa Tea Party looks forward to working with you and our grassroots partners in our fight for fiscal responsibility, free markets and individual liberties. If we can be of help, please let us know. Sharon Calvert, Tampa Tea Party President

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2 Responses to “Florida Grassroots Leaders Welcome New Tea Party Group”
  1. Karen Jaroch says:

    What a pleasure it is to welcome the Palm Beach County Tea Party into the the grassroots tea party movement in Florida. We look forward to partnering with your organization on issues that will restore fiscal responsibility, freedom in the marketplace, and a smaller government footprint. Together we will make a difference.

  2. Welcome Palm Beach County Tea Party! Tampa Tea Party looks forward to working with you and our grassroots partners in our fight for fiscal responsibility, free markets and individual liberties. If we can be of help, please let us know.

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