Next Meeting November 4th

VotePlease join us Tuesday, November 4th, 7pm at the Holiday Inn Eastgate for our next Clermont Tea Party meeting.

We will be watching the election returns and I am sure we will have a few special guests dropping by.  The Clermont Tea Party does not endorse or advocate in elections. If you are looking for help, please visit the Clermont Liberty PAC website. While you are there, be sure to “like” their page on Facebook.

Here is an excerpt from the CLPAC’s 2014 General Election Newsletter,

“All this said, we strongly urge you to vote in this November’s election! Oftentimes, it is during lower-profile elections that voters decide levies or other important local ballot issues – such as those this election in Jackson and Pierce Township, see our website for details. Two important resources for voters this election are:

The Clermont County Board of Elections. Contact the board of elections with questions about voter registration, early voting, polling locations, absentee voting, and more. Phone: 513-732-7275 | Online: www.clermontelections.org

The Clermont County Republican Party. The local GOP has produced a general election voter guide that is now available on their website. Importantly, the guide includes judicial recommendations. Judges are NOT noted by party on the ballot, so a party voter guide is crucial to determining which judges to support. Visit www.gopclermont.org to obtain a copy of the voter guide.”

See the full CLPAC newsletter at this link.

We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, November 4th and please bring a friend!

In Liberty,

Ted Stevenot
Clermont Tea Party
www.clermontteaparty.org

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