NJ Tea Party Groups Plan Convention

STATE — On April 16, a consortium of New Jersey Tea Parties will hold a statewide convention at the National Conference Center, 399 Monmouth Street in East Windsor.

Candidates who have been vetted by Tea Party groups from throughout New Jersey and who are committed to constitutional and conservative values, will be presented at the convention. It will offer workshops for attendees to learn the nuts and bolts of political campaigns from professionals with intimate knowledge of New Jersey politics. The strategy and training sessions include topics on: Grassroots Tactics & Strategies; Winning Campaign Strategies; Preventing Voter Fraud; and Fundraising Strategies.


Speakers include Christopher D. Kniesler, who has 30 years experience with winning campaigns; Dominic Magnolo, Chairman of the Mercer Co. Board of Elections and Kevin Main, Esq., speaking on voter fraud; and Martin Gillespie of American Majority speaking on fundraising strategies.

William Haney, one convention organizer from the West Jersey Tea Party Group, said, “We have an opportunity to reclaim our state and change the way government is run in New Jersey, but we cannot do it alone. As the first Battle of Trenton turned the tide of the American Revolution, we have a second opportunity to do the same thing; turn the tide on intrusive government and fight to preserve the ideals of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, except this time around we won’t be using guns, cannons, or bayonets.”

Michele Talamo, of the New Jersey Tea Party Coalition in Bergen County, added, “That’s right, this time we have a much more powerful tool at our disposal: The Constitution. But, we need to use that historic document as it was intended to be used, to protect our rights and our freedoms.”

To purchase tickets and for further information, visit www.TheBattleForTrenton.com

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