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Alabama Conservative Voter Guide - click here for latest endorsements!

Recommended Alabama Tea Party Candidates 2016

US Senate - Richard Shelby
Congress 5th District - Mo Brooks
Congress 6th District - Gary Palmer
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Place no. 3 - Tom Parker

District Attorney for Marion and Winston Counties (25th Judicial Circuit) - Scott A. Slatton

Madison County Commission District 1 - Tim McNeese
Madison County Board of Education District 6 - Shere Rucker

Jefferson County Circuit Court, Place 11 - Pat Thetford
Jefferson County District Judge, Place 10 - Teresa Hester
Jefferson County, District Judge, Place 4 - Riggs Walker

Conservative recommendations for the Constitutional Amendments:

Amendment 1 - NO

Amendment 2 - NO

Amendment 3 - Yes

Amendment 4 - Yes

Amendment 5 - Yes

Amendment 6 - NO - Makes it harder for corrupt politicians like Gov. Bentley to be impeached.

Amendment 7 - Yes

Amendment 8 - Yes - Makes Right to Work part of the Constitution in addition to being a statute.

Amendment 9 - NO

Amendment 10 - NO

Amendment 11 - NO - gives cities huge eminent domain power to benefit business and destroys property rights.

Amendment 12 - Yes

Amendment 13 - Yes

Amendment 14 - Yes

Madison County Local Amendment 1 - Yes

Vote Tuesday - March 1st 2016

US Senate - Richard Shelby
Congress 1st District - Dean Young
Congress 2nd District - Becky Gerritson
Congress 3rd District - Larry Dichaira
Congress 5th District - Mo Brooks
Supreme Court - Tom Parker
PSC President - Terry Dunn
State Board of Education District 1 - Jackie Zeigler
State Board of Education District 3 - Stephanie Bell
State Board of Education District 7 - Rhea Tays Fulmer

YES on Amendment One. It is poorly worded. It does not provide a pension. It replaces an already-existing pension that the officials are not required to pay into with one that they do pay into.

Madison County

County Commission:
District 1 - Tim McNeese
District 3 - Larry Durham

Madison County Board of Education, District 4 - Dave Weis

Pike County

Probate Judge Wes Allen

County Commission:
District 3 - Jimmy Barron
District 4 - Chad Copeland
District 6 - Russell Johnson


Marion/Winston Counties Circuit Judge 25, Place 1 - Judge John Bentley

Jefferson County

Jefferson County Circuit Judge 10, Place 25- Aaron Dettling

Shelby County

Vote NO to Sunday liquor sales.

Limestone County

Limestone County Commission Place 4 - Ben Harrison

Limestone County Circuit Judge - Chad Wise

Lauderdale County

County Commission: Chairman - Danny Pettus
District 1 - John Hargett
District 2 - Fay Parker

Lauderdale County Circuit Judge, Place 1 - William Smith
Lauderdale County Circuit Judge, Place 2 - James Irby

District Attorney Circuit 5 (Chambers, Tallapoosa, Macon, Randolph) - Bill Harris

Tuscaloosa County

Tuscaloosa County District Attorney - Hays Webb

Tuscaloosa County District Judge Place 2 - Jim Gentry

Tuscaloosa County Commissioner District 2 - Jerry Tingle.

Mobile County

Mobile County Commission - Jerry Carl

Mobile County School Board - Theresa Hubbard

Baldwin County

Baldwin County School Board - Chris Francis

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Recommended Alabama Tea Party Candidates 2014

Vote Tea Party - July 15 Runoff Election in Alabama

Jim Zeigler - State Auditor

Terry Dunn - Public Service Commission

Reece McKinney - Secretary of State

Paul DeMarco - Congress 6th District (Birmingham area)

Mobile, Baldwin and lower Alabama Candidates

* Greg Albritton -State Senate District 22, Baldwin, Monroe, Escambia, Washington, Clarke, and Conecuh Counites

Mobile State Republican Executive Committee - PHILLIP BENSON

Bob James - Baldwin County County Commission
Tony Myrick - Baldwin County Board of Education
Chad Kilgore - Baldwin County, State Republican Executive Committee

Birmingham Area
Arnold Mooney - House District 43, State Rep, Jefferson and Shelby Counties

Brett King - State Senate 17, Blount and Jefferson Counties

Birmingham, Central Alabama, Shelby County -Republican Executive Committee

Jefferson County - Vote ONLY in your area, by House District of your legislator

HD 45 - Place 1 - Deanna Frankowski
HD 47 - Place 1 - Alison Lyle Sanda
HD 54 - Place 1 - Patricia N. Moore
Patrick Browning - Shelby County State Republican Executive Committee

North Alabama

Stanley Hill - Limestone County Commission District 1
State Executive Committee Candidates - Limestone County - Jim Burden

Matt Massey - Superintendent of Education Madison County
Shad McGill - Revenue Commissioner, Jackson County

Corey Harbison - State Representative Alabama House, Cullman County
Brandon Denson - Winston County State Republican Executive Committee

Lauderdale County - Florence area

Tim Melson - State Senate Dist 1, Lauderdale, Limestone, and northern Madison Counties.

Lauderdale Republican STATE Executive Committee
Place #3 - Andrew Sorrell
Lauderdale County Executive Committee
Seat 19: Trey Edwards - - Seat 20: Alan Long

Montgomery State Executive Committee 2014

Place 1- Bart Cook -- Place 5 - Brandon Walters -- Place 9 - Will Barfoot

Lee County State Executive Committee - Stephen Benson

Houston County State Executive Committee
Place 1 Calvin Reid - - - Place 3 Lori Beth Evans

*** VOTE NO to the only CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ballot initiative of July 15, 2014

This imposes a mandatory fee or tax on Cotton Farmers. More info at Alabama Constitution Amendment July 15

Copy and Forward to your Friends - Encourage them to be one of the elite who votes in the July 15 Run Off.

Vote Tuesday - June 3rd 2014

See below for over 150 local Alabama candidates, including your local county

US Senate - Jeff Sessions
Governor - Robert Bentley
Lt. Governor - Stan Cooke
State Auditor - Jim Zeigler
Public Service Commission, Place 1, Kathy Peterson
Public Service Commisison, Place 2, Terry Dunn

Thomas Casson - Congress 3rd District
Mo Brooks - Congress 5th District
Scott Beason- Congress 6th District

Huntsville and North Alabama area candidates 2014

George Barry - State Senate Dist 2, Madison area, and Limestone County east of I-65
Jonathan Berryhill - State Senate Dist 1, Lauderdale, Limestone, and northern Madison Counties.
Paul Sanford - State Senate Dist 7, Huntsville, Meridianville, Hazel Green
Ritchie Whorton - State Representative, House Dist 22, Madison Jackson Counties
Drew McKay - Tax Collector Madison County
Matt Massey - Superintendent of Education Madison County
David Young - Coroner Madison County
Anson Knowles - Huntsville Board of Education, Dist 3

Mike Parsons - State Board of Education, District 8. - Counties of Madison, Limestone, Jackson, Dekalb, and Etowah. The Mike Parsons

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North West Alabama Candidates

Roy Jackson - State House Dist 12, Cullman County
Jim Bonner - State House Rep, District 7, Franklin and Marion Counties

See more than 150 Local and State Wide Candidate recommendations, visit
Alabama Primary June 4, 2014 - Voter Guide - Alabama Conservative Candidates

Alabama Tea Parties by Location

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Alabama Tea Party
The Boston Tea Party is the political foundation for Alabama Tea Parties

What is happening in the Alabama Legislature right now. See the Alabama State Legislative Watch Team Click for current information in the Alabama Legislature. - - The Tea Party movement is not a fad, it is a powerful voice of the people, replacing one politician at a time.

Do we need a new Constitution? KEEP YOUR RIGHTS - RETAIN OUR CURRENT CONSTITUTION http://www.keepourrights.org ALLIANCE FOR CITIZENS RIGHTS Alabama Constitution

The Alabama Tea Party Caucus - A Coalition

We are a coalition of conservative and Tea Party Groups. Our goal is to make every Alabama Tea Party group successful. Find an Alabama Tea Party Near You, Join it, Get involved Alabama Tea Parties

Alabama Tea Party Favorite Candidates 2014 Election For a list of more candidates favorable to the tea party perspective, please check back for more updates.
Alabama election to vote on candidates in Republican Primary June 3, 2014. Tea Party Endorsed Candidates Are:

* TERRY DUNN - ALABAMA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER - Incumbent. A great job for standing for the people, and against higher utility rates.

More endorsements to be announced soon, Check back for more.

GOVERNOR: Robert Bentley



The first Alabama Tea Party Victory, was on Saturday, August 9, 2003, when the Billion Dollar Bob Tax plan went down in flames.
The tea party has historically been against all tax increases, with that historical beginning in 1773. On December 16, 1773, a group of colonists boarded ships and dumped tea into the Boston Harbor. The Boston Tea Party was the symbolic start of our battle against British tyranny and taxation. On Saturday, August 9, 2003, The Alabama Tea Party established itself as a political force, leading the attack on the Billion Dollar Bob Tax plan, which was the largest planned tax increase in Alabama's history.

Alabama Tea Party Coalition

Objectives and Statement of Purpose
by the 12 January 2013 State Conference Please address inquiries to: Pete Riehm priehm@bellsouth.net 251-442-4349
The federal government has abandoned any sense of fiscal responsibility and disregards, if not discounts, the unalienable rights of the states and the people. The Federal Executive Branch routinely subverts the Constitution, and Congress has proven ineffective in fulfilling its duties, much less defending its Constitutional powers. Furthermore, the Supreme Court has abdicated its role of upholding the Constitution.

Therefore, it has become apparent and necessary for the states and the people to reassert their rights. The Tea Party organizations of Alabama look to the state of Alabama to prepare for the impending Constitutional crisis by guaranteeing the sovereignty of the state and its citizens and ensuring the solvency of the state government and all state institutions.

It is our belief that, for the foreseeable future, the greatest duty of the state of Alabama, its government at all levels, and its elected officials, is to defend our state and our citizens from unjust and unconstitutional intrusions by the US Federal Government, as well as the imposition of international laws or directives which seek to infringe upon the natural rights and private lives of our citizens. Every Alabama public official has sworn an oath to uphold the Alabama Constitution, which states clearly in Article 1, Section 35 that, "The sole object and only legitimate end of government is to protect the citizen in the enjoyment of life, liberty and property, and when government assumes other functions it is usurpation and oppression." We call upon all public officials to uphold their sacred oaths and to fulfill their duties - as they have sworn to do.

Alabama Patriots

The independent Tea Party organizations of the state here assembled as the Alabama Patriots Tea Party Coalition request that the Legislature of Alabama examine every bill and ensure that it first, preserves the sovereignty of Alabama and the people, or more specifically defends and upholds our Constitutional rights against all enemies foreign and domestic. And second, all proposed and enacted legislation is consistent with a balanced budget. The state must reform many programs and reduce spending, but the ultimate goal should be to once again attain a constitutionally balanced budget; to repay the monies appropriated from the Alabama Trust Fund (ATF); and to create surpluses exclusive from the ATF to weather a troubled future.
The Alabama Constitution directs the legislature to pass a state budget as the first priority in each annual session. Unfortunately, state budgets are routinely pushed to the end of the session thereby creating chaotic turmoil as each legislature scrambles in the waning hours of the session to find more revenue to meet projected spending as opposed to cutting spending to meet projected revenues. Therefore, the Alabama Patriots Tea Party Coalition calls on the legislature to pass the state budget not later than the fifteenth legislative day of the session.

Alabama Gun Shows

Over 20 Gun Shows will be in Alabama during 2010, and one near you. Do you have adequate protection during these perilous times? For an Alabama Gun Show near you, click here: Gun Control Debate

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Welcome Back Alabama Legislature from Tea Party Coalition

Alabama Tea Party Coalition Objectives for 2013 :
and Statement of Purpose by the 12 January 2013 State Conference
In pursuit of these objectives, the Alabama Tea Party Coalition has listed the following issues and bills as absolutely vital and request their earliest passage:
* The Informed Voter Act.
* Complete repeal of the Common Core Standard Initiative. Education is a state issue and control should remain at the local level. The federal Department of Education should have no role in Alabama Education.
* Protect and preserve our Second Amendment rights with a comprehensive package of legislation:
* Right to bear arms, strict scrutiny standard required for certain denials of rights as a constitutional amendment. This law is of such a critical nature, we call for a special election vote in 2013.
* Transport of firearms and ammunition in motor vehicles, otherwise legal.
* Firearms, accessories, and ammunition manufactured in this state, under Commerce Clause of U. S. Constitution exempt from federal regulation. * Alabama Law for Alabama Courts Act.
* Prohibit Foreign law appliation, as current application by courts in violation of rights guaranteed United States and Alabama citizens,

** Protect and uphold Healthcare Freedom per the recent 2012 Constitutional Amendment to the Alabama Constitution with the following actions:
o Stop any MEDICAID expansion and pursue comprehensive MEDICAID reform.
o Protect Alabama citizens from being forced into federal healthcare programs.
o Ensure Alabama does not establish any Federally directed health care exchanges.
0 Rescind and repeal the call of the state legislature for a Federal Constitutional Convention (as passed in SJR100). America does not need a new Constitution. We must abide by the one we have.
Please address inquiries to: Pete Riehm 251-442-4349
Click for more Info http://www.rainydaypatriots.org/events/winter-welcome-back-rally

Alabama Tea Party Express

For the latest Alabama political commentary on issue of the day visit the Alabama Tea Party Express: Alabama Tea Party Express information.
The Alabama Constitution Party has great information. Ala Constitution Party http://www.alconstitutionparty.net

Alabama Tea Parties Information Past Rallies 2012 and Before

Tea Party Information of 2010 is left up here to allow interested parties to contact people in their area to get involved.

Join a Local Alabama Tea Party
There are Alabama Tea Parties close by, join them. See point of contact info below. Keep the Alabama tradition, Send them a message. Montgomery Rally - Tuesday, March 30 2010
State wide Tea Party to Stop Obama Care Join Us For A News Conference and rally On The Alabama Health Care Freedom Act Tuesday, March 30 11:30 am, Alabama State House in Montgomery, AL This will also be a Tea Party type rally, so y'all come. Eagle Forum and other groups will be participating in a news conference and rally on Tuesday, March 30 at 11:30 am in support of the Health Care Freedom Act. The conference will be held on the stairs of the Alabama State House. You are all invited!

Senator Scott Beason will be explaining the bill to the media and explaining why it's important that Alabamians be allowed to vote on this crucial constitutional amendment which prohibits any person, employer, or health care provider from being compelled to participate in any health care system. For More info and sign petition. Rainy Day Patriots

When: Sunday, Apr 4, 2010, 2 PM
Where: US Space & Rocket Center (map)
Description: Go here for more details: http://www.teapartyexpress.org. Huntsville Tea Party will be holding an Easter Egg Hunt after the event. All candidates are welcome. This is part of the national Tea Party Express.

Huntsville April 15
We want to have a HUGE turnout for our April 15th Tax Day Protest. Tell all of your friends, email everyone you know, post it on Facebook, anything you can think of to help us get people out. The event will be held on the anniversary of our first protest - April 15th from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. The event will be held in the parking lot on Clinton street across from the Post Office http://www.huntsvilleteaparty.com/cms/index.php/tea-party-events/75-tax-day-protest-reminder

Tuscaloosa Tea Party April 10th Saturday, Time: April 10, 2010 from 12pm to 4pm
Location: SNOW HINTON PARK Tuscaloosa Alabama, Street: McFarland Blvd, Organized By: Rainy Day Patriots - Tuscaloosa
Come meet: Tim James, - Judge Roy Moore, - Stan Cook, and John McMillian

Opelika: East Alabama Tea Party
When Saturday, Apr 10, 2010
Where Opelika Park across from Lee County Courthouse- 215 South 9th Street, Opelika, AL 36801 (map) Description Paige (organizer) 334-745-7991 (phone)

Statewide Tea Party
April 15 at 11 AM -2 PM, March to Alabama Capitol Steps, Chuck Baldwin speaking

Mobile:- When Thu, April 15, 11am 1pm, Where Mobile Bienville Square Patriotic Music, Balloons and more. common sense campaign.org 251-626-7808

Mobile - When Thu, April 15, 12pm 2pm Where Mobile Government Plaza 205 Government Street Mobile, AL 36644 , An instant Tea Party.

Enterprise - Tax Day Tea Party 2010 When Thu, April 15, 11am 1pm Where Coffee County Court House (map)
Description Enterprise, Alabama, at the Coffee County Court House, from 11:00 AM till 1:00PM Contact person is Angela Redden

Andaluisa, Alabama Tax Day Tea Party
Thursday, April 15, 2010 1pm till 5pm earlier if everyone
leaves, Andalusia City Square, Don (organizer) , 334-222-9243 (organizer phone) http://www.teapartypatriots.org/State/Alabama#Gadsden

The 2010 Trussville Tea Party will be on April 15th, from 10am to 4pm on the mall in downtown Trussville. We will have a long list of speakers to help us better understand what is at stake and what it will require to get our community, our state, and our country back on the right track. Meet - John Mcmillan. There will also be entertainment, activities for the kids, and opportunities to plug-in to the community of patriots that have been fighting for this country over the last year. http://www.trussvilleteaparty.com

Rainy Day Patriots TEA PARTY
When Thursday, Apr 15, 2010 Where Hoover's Veteran Park Valleydale Road (map) Description Website: http://www.rainydaypatriots.org All details listed. S. Palin's Dad, Palin's Brother coming from AK to speak. Please make plans to attend, from 6pm to 8:30pm

When Thursday, Apr 15, 2010, 12 Noon to 1 PM, Downtown Russellville at Courthouse.
Wayne Hardy is contact person, 205-486-2949.

April 15, 2010 from 4pm to 6pm 16th/17th Street Eastside Quintard Ave

April 15 at 4 PM at the Cullman County Courthouse. Speakers include Dr. Robert Bentley and Judge Roy Moore.

April 15 at 5 PM in the Dothan Civic Center Parking Lot. Speakers include John Killian and Don Odom.

Fort Payne
Saturday, May 1 at 12 NOON at Fort Payne City Park. Speakers include George Wallace, Jr., Hank Erwin

April 15 at 10 AM at Trussville Park. John Killian and others.

WETUMPKA TAX DAY T.E.A. PARTY April 15th - 6:30 - Gold Star Park, (334)-452-0453

Snead, AL ALIPAC/Tea Party Meeting 04/15 4-8 pm

Florence - Tax Day TEA Party 2, April 15th, 2010, noon - 1 PM
Lauderdale County Courthouse, March to Post Office after rally, Angela Laughlin

Orange Beach, April 15

Greenville Tea Party - Apr 15 at 5:30 pm at the City Hall in Greenville.

National Tea Party in Washington HUGE UPDATE about the April 15th, Tax Day Tea Party! Were now building a major national coalition for a move on Washington on April 15th, 2010. We encourage anyone and everyone who is concerned about the direction of this country to consider two events. 1) The Nationwide Gathering in Washington, D.C. on April 15th, 2010 2) The new Patriot Caucus in Valley Forge on April 16-18 If you cannot make it to the national Tax Day Tea Party on April 15th, you will want to identify a local tea party happening in your area. Click on the Organize Locally tab in the navigation area to find out how to get involved in your local tea party. http://taxdayteaparty.com/teaparty/alabama/

Have an event, contact us to have it listed. Have an Alabama Tea Party web site, contact us to have it listed and for link exchange.

Athens-Limestone Tea Party Patriots , Athens, Alabama Group of Tea Patriots fighting for our Constitutional Rights and Liberties. Organizer, Deborah King http://www.athenslimestoneteaparty.ning.com
Mobile Tea Party Mobile http://www.meetup.com/BeSomebodyMobile/boards/thread/6507368

Previous Alabama Patriot Tea Party Patriots

The Alabama Patriot tea party movement has been going on for years. Some examples of the past. Tea Party, Collinsville, AL Jan 16, 2010 6:00pm - Judge Roy Moore Guest Speaker


The Shoals Patriots and Athens/Limestone Patriots are hosting a Statewide Winter Welcome Back Rally in Montgomery, AL. Several Alabama Tea Party organizers are working to insure the success of this rally.

Our goal is to encourage legislators to pass a State Sovereignty and Gun Rights Resolution during the 2010 Session!!

Date: January 19, 2010
Where: Alabama State House South Union Street Montgomery, AL
Time: Noon @ 1 p.m.

You may say, Why January? Its too cold! That is because this is a Working Rally! Our legislators are in for the normal session and it is only 15 weeks, so we must start early to get this legislation passed! In order for the resolution to pass it must go through the House, Senate and the Governor. We cannot afford to miss this chance! Below are more reasons this rally is important:

This will be the 3rd time this State Sovereignty Resolution has been introduced in the House by Rep. Mac Gipson. Not only does this Resolution mention our 9th and 10th Amendment rights, but it mentions our 2nd Amendment rights (Right to Bear Arms) as well. Clearly this Resolution is not going to pass itself. The Rules Committee has held it up in the past and may not let it onto the House floor for a vote!! We must unite as a State and show our support!!

* A Special Meeting with Representatives is scheduled for 11 a.m., for those who help with getting petitions signed. If you are interested in this effort, please contact us. Also, make sure we know you are attending the meeting. We will arrange for seating, but you will be responsible for arranging for your representative to be there. We will make every effort to make arrangements for everyone who participates.

* This is an important way that Alabama can send a message to Washington, D.C. Hands off our State Rights!! This resolution is the States way of serving notice and demand to the Federal Government to cease and desist any and all activities outside the scope of their constitutionally-delegated powers. This is nothing radical, (We are NOT promoting Secession!). This is the States legal way of reminding the Federal Government of what is plainly stated in the U.S. Constitution.

* IF our efforts fail to stop Cap & Trade, National Health Care and Several other bills/treaties on the Federal level, we will then rely on our State to defend our God-given rights! This resolution is the first step in that direction. Alabama is Oou 2nd line of defense! We are not alone in this Alaska & Tennessee have already passed similar resolutions and other states are in the process.

* This Rally will give our state legislators a chance to meet and see us. We want our message to be clear Save Our State! If you share these concerns please join us at The Winter Welcome Back Rally. Lets stand together to get this important piece of legislation passed - This session! This is Your chance to make a difference for You and Your family.

If you share these concerns please join us at The Winter Welcome Back Rally. Let's stand together to get this important piece of legislation passed THIS session! This is YOUR chance to make a difference for YOU and YOUR family.

For more information contact:
Deborah King, Angela Laughlin Shoals Patriots president@shoalspatriots.com or (256) 757-4676
Julie Jones Shoals Patriots shoalspatriots@aol.com or (256) 757-4389 Deborah King Athens-Limestone Patriots dking2@charter.net or (256) 559-0980 http://www.alabamateaparty.net/alabama-events/

To find out more details about each of the candidates for Governor of Alabama, where they stand on the issues visit: Alabama Governor Candidates

Alabama Tea Parties -Prior Years

While this is old information, it is left up to encourage local folks who wish to be involved to contact local points of contact to join and get connected.

Alabama Tea Party Rallies - a smashing success.- People demonstrated that we are not going to take it any longer

All Below is 2009 Info

Major Birmingham Rally November 9 2009 by Tea Party Express national bus tour

Birmingham, AL is our 32th stop on the Tea Party Express national bus tour.

Date/Time: Monday, November 9th, 2009 at 1:00 pm

Rally Location: Kelly Ingram Park
5th Ave North at 16th St. at 1600 6th Ave N
Birmingham, AL 35203

NOV 9th TEA PARTY EXPRESS II Will be in Birmingham. Motor Cade from Prattville to Birmingham.
Meet us at the Prattville Food World Parking Lot on Cobbs Ford Rd at 10:00 am and car pool with us to Bham.

NOV 7th (Sat) TEA PARTY IN THE SQUARE: Andalusia, AL 2:00-5:00 Contact Don for more info: 334-222-9243

NOV 30 Wetumpka Tea Party Meeting 6:30 Location TBA
From Eric & Becky Gerritson at email wetumpkateaparty@yahoo.com. It was sent from: Wetumpka Tea Party, P.O. Box 195, Wetumpka, AL 36092.

More Alabama Town Hall Meetings

John Paulton of Focus on the Family will be holding Town Hall Meetings across Alabama

How did liberals get control of our nation to force feed us the liberal socialist and antichristian agenda. It did not happen by accident. John Paulton, Political Editor of Citizen Magazine, provides a multi media presentation, who directs political activity for Focus on the Family Action, details the deliberative and tactics that the Left uses to control state legislature.

Tuesday Sept 8
10:00AM - 12:00AM
Marriot Hotel 3590 Grandview Parkway Highway 280 east of I-459
Birmingham 256-910-5453

Wednesday Sept 9 10:00AM - 12:00AM
Embassy Suites, 800 Monroe Street

We are inviting people to come and bring a patriotic spirit, and let us celebrate freedom in a

Huntsville Tea Party

The Huntsville Tea Party provides additional information. This Friday is the "Nationwide Health Care Freedom Protest" where we will be meeting at congressional offices around the country to protest and keep the Nationalized Health Insurance bill and Cap & Trade bills from passing. Right before this email, I sent out one that goes into detail about the health care bill and how we can fight it. It includes lists of who to call in which committee as this bill moves forth - and it is moving forth towards passage now. Please be sure to read that important email!

It's time to act!! If you stand for individual liberty and limited government, if the Tea Parties are truly more than just talk for you, meet us this Friday, July 17th, from 12:00pm - 1:00pm at the location of the Tax Day Tea Party (the vacant lot across the street from the Post Office on Clinton Ave.) Bring SIGNS and LETTERS to Parker Griffith. He voted against Cap & Trade when it passed the House and says he is against the Kennedy bill "as it is", but has also said he believes health care is a right and that he is for comprehensive government reform of our health care industry. Bring letters from your family, friends, and co-workers who can't make it! If you are unable stay for the full hour, simply drive into the parking lot, hand your letters to Jan Nolin (will have a name tag and be visible), and be on your way! If you cannot attend, please phone/fax/email Parker Griffith. We will be delivering the letters to Parker Griffith at 1:00pm - his local office is only a few blocks from this site. We want LARGE numbers at this event, like always, but the Huntsville Police Department has required that, for safety reasons, only 70 walk together to Griffith's office to deliver them. Please come and stand with us from 12:00pm - 1:00pm! Remember to park on Lot K (the back entrance will be open.) Please remember to contact Senators Sessions and Shelby via phone/fax/email about these issues, as well. All of our federal elected officials need to know what we want.

We have one need: We are looking for a couple of Parking Volunteers because the City has requested this! Please email Jan at tables@huntsvilleteaparty.com if you are able to do this for us! We don't expect this to require much work, but just need a few volunteers in case.

It's time to keep the pressure on!! We will not go away, we are here to stay and restore our country to the great Republic it was intended to be.

Thank you for everything you do, and God bless,

Tea Parties Alabama 4th of July

Florence . Saturday, July 4, 6 p.m., Veteran's Park, Shelter #2
Huntsville . Saturday, July 4, 7 p.m., Jaycee Fairgrounds on Airport Rd.
Priceville/Decatur . Saturday, July 4, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Celebration Arena, Highway 67
Boaz . The Marshall county Tea Party will be held on July 4th between 2-4 at the Boaz fairgrounds located on Hwy 431. Stan Stinson 256 572 9868
Birmingham . Saturday, July 4,
The Verizon Music Center, Pelham, Al 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Montgomery . Saturday, July 4, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.at Overlook Park on Bell Street
Pelham . Saturday, July 4, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Celebration Arena, Highway 67
Priceville/Decatur . Saturday, July 4, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Celebration Arena, Highway 67
Wetumpka . Saturday, September 5, time to be announced, Gold Star Park, Shelby Street, downtown

Huntsville Tea Party Info
Huntsville Tea Party Go to www.huntsvilleteaparty.com, on the home page you will find information on the Tea Party. There is a pdf flier that can be distributed by email or printed out and distributed as well as a promo video, but we actually need to update those things. Also, if people want to join our email list they can do that here Tea Party Newsletter Sign Up

WHAT: Huntsville Independence Day Tea Party
WHERE: Fairgrounds, off of Airport Rd near Joe Davis Stadium in Huntsville, Alabama
WHEN: July 4th, 2009. Food for sale (including barbecue) at 7pm, speakers start at 7:30pm, and everyone is invited to stay afterward to watch the fireworks at Joe Davis Stadium!
SPEAKERS: Christie Carden, Mo Brooks will be our MC, and others.

It will be a fun day of celebrating the birth of our great nation, honoring our troops for their great sacrifice, and once again proclaiming the dangers we see facing America and the reform we want to see. Restore the Republic; revolt against socialism.


Birmingham/Shelby Co. Tea Party,
July 4th, "Celebrating Freedom"
July 4th 2009 "Celebrating Freedom"
Sat. July 4th, gates open at 5:30pm,
Event begins at 6:30 - 9:00pm
Verizon Wireless Music Center, Pelham, AL,
Shelby County Fireworks at 9:00pm

Montgomery Tea Party 4th of July
Montgomery , Alabama
Saturday, July 4, 2009, 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM, Overlook Park, Bell St.
Donna Dawson (organizer), 334-399-4041

The following is a list of CONFIRMED Tea Party Tax Revolts planned within the state of Alabama for April 15 2009 http://www.alabamateaparty.org/
Contact them to encourage them to keep the revolution alive.

City: Auburn University
When: April 15, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Where: Samford Lawn

City: Birmingham
When: April 15, 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Veteran Park, Hwy 17 Valledale Road Hoover

City: Huntsville
When: April 15, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Where: The vacant lot (Lot K) across the street from the Post Office on Clinton Ave.
Contact: EMAIL Christie Carden Phone: 256.603.9676

City: Mobile
When: April 15, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Where: Government Plaza and we will walk down to Cooper Riverside Park!

City: Montgomery
When: April 15, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Where: Alabama Statehouse, 11 South Union Street 36130
P: 334.354.4867 Email politicsalabama@hotmail.com Other Info: http://tricntyteapartycoalition.homestead.com/index.html

City: Trussville
When: April 15, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Where: TBA
Contact:EMAIL LACorvin@aol.com or email info@trussvilleteaparty.com.

City: Tuscaloosa
When: April 15, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Where: The Quad, 1000 University Blvd.
Contact: EMAIL TuscaloosaTeaParty@gmail.com Other Info: http://www.squarewon.org/tea-party/

City: Fairhope
The Fairhope, Alabama Tea Party will be held at the Municipal Pier on the 15th. Should be a beautiful location so stay focused on the mission down there.
Wednesday, April 15, 2009 3:00 - 6:00
Fairhope Municipal Pier, South Beach Fairhope, AL 36532
Contact Info: Gene glennbeck-WjhSppJf-list@meetup.com
http://www.meetup.com/The-Fairhope-Foley-Gulf-Shores-Area-Glenn-Beck-Meetup-Group/ Celebration of the genius of our founding fathers in warning us of the dangers of an unaccountable government. When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty. -Thomas Jefferson Let's take America back!
City: Athens Alabama Tea Party
SATURDAY, April 18, 2009 12:00 pm - 4:00pm
Former Chu Chu Restaurant Parking Lot Hwy 72 Athens, AL 35611
Contact Info: Deborah King dking2@charter.net
Theme for the Taxpayer Tea Party is UNCLE SAM GET OUT OF MY WALLET The Athens, Alabama Tea Party will take place on Saturday, April 18th. They should have a great turn out on Saturday and everyone should be excited after watching the events of the 15th.

Huntsville AL Tax Day Tea Party

Round 2 of the Nationwide Tea Party movement!......here we come! Host: Nationwide Tea Party Movement
Date: Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location: Vacant lot across the street from the Post Office on Clinton Ave City/Town: Huntsville, AL

There will have four speakers: Matt Chancey (ran for Public Service Commission), Paul Sanford (in the Republican primary run off for Senate Seat in District 7), Sam Givhan (also in the Republican primary run off for Senate Seat in District 7), and Chuck Bailey (with FairTax.org.)

More info can be found here. Organizer email: christie.carden@yahoo.com

Description This event is part of the Nationwide Tax Day Tea Party event sponsored by TCOT (Top Conservatives on Twitter), DontGo Movement, and SmartGirl Politics, and will be held simultaneously with many cities and states across the country! It is number 2 in our 10 round movement leading up to the 2010 Congressional election. Our goal is to VOTE OUT the big spenders and return America to the Republic it was created to be, and stop the big government and socialist practices that have become all too prevalent and detrimental. Theme for this rally: "Repeal the Pork; Cut Taxes."

WHEN: April 15th, tax day WHERE: The vacant lot across the street from the post office on Clinton Ave. TIME: 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm

We will have four speakers: Matt Chancey (ran for Public Service Commission), Paul Sanford (in the Republican primary run off for Senate Seat in District 7), Sam Givhan (also in the Republican primary run off for Senate Seat in District 7), and Chuck Bailey (with FairTax.org.)

This is a NON-partisan movement. This is a completely grass roots effort made up of average Americans, and many have never done anything like this before. We are organized nationally (through our three main sponsors) and locally. Organizers attend conference calls to exchange ideas and give updates, and the strength of this entire movement is in everyone's ability to work together seamlessly and efficiently to accomplish our goals. Events are strategically held nationwide and simultaneously in order to achieve maximum effectiveness.

We the People are all standing up and getting things done. This rally will be a time of standing together for our rights and against the atrocities we have been watching in Washington D.C. This is a time of SOLUTIONS, and solutions will be the focus and main message. Conservatism, limited government, Capitalism, cutting taxes in the time of a recession, decreased debt, personal responsibility. We want to inform more people and get people to stay active on all levels of government. We want to VOTE OUT the politicians in Washington that have voted or supported these massive spending bills.

We will have voter registration set up, as well as the opportunity for you to be put on a mass contact list for future rally updates as well as nationwide updates. You can also input your information NOW, to receive nationwide updates, at www.taxdayteaparty.com.

On December 16, 1773, a group of colonists boarded ships and dumped tea into the Boston Harbor. The Boston Tea Party was the symbolic start of our battle against British tyranny and taxation. On Saturday, August 9, 2003, the Alabama Tea Party was the symbolic beginning of our overwhelming defeat of the largest planned tax increase in Alabama?s history.

Birmingham Tea Party

For the Birmingham Tea Party, the Rainy Day Patriots lead the charge. On April 15, we?ll be throwing another Tea Party in Birmingham. this one to begin the overthrow of the greatest expansion of federal spending in our nation?s history. In conjunction with other Tea Parties to be held across the nation on April 15, the Birmingham and Shelby County Tea Parties have merged in order for Alabamians to provide the most incredibly successful event possible. Alabama tea party candidates

It's important that as many people as possible attend so we can ensure that our elected representatives in Washington hear our demand for limited government and a return to our constitutional roots. We?ll be holding a family-friendly rally starting at 6:30PM on Wednesday, April 15th. It will take place at Veteran?s (Spain) Park on Valleydale Road in Hoover. Additionally, Sean Hannity will be running a live stream from Tea Parties across the country and the Birmingham Tea Party will be one of them.

We'll have speakers, information tables, family and whole lot of fun. Also, don?t forget to your home-made, family -friendly signs, banners and posters. As we?ll be going from 6:30PM until well after dark, make sure you bring lawn chairs or blankets, something to eat or drink, and are prepared for wet weather should rain be in the forecast. Don?t forget diapers and bottles for the little ones.

Here are a few of the speakers from our tentative speaker line up:

* Matt Murphy - Dubbed The Mouth of the South, Matt Murphy currently hosts The Matt Murphy Show on The Big Talker, AM-1070 WAPI. Matt?s consistent small-government views are a breath of fresh air in a world dominated by liberal media. His role in the Alabama Tea Party will never be forgotten.

* Steve Shannon and Leah Brandon AM 960 of the Steve and Leah Show not only broadcast from WERC, but also on CBS 42's Wake Up Alabama. We?ve now added Alabama?s premier freedom rally to their speaking lineup.

* Lee Davis of 101.1 FMs will be adding his perspective about spending, deficits and Obamanomics. What?s a Tea Party in Alabama without awesome representation from WYDE?

* Robert Stacy McCain - Author, former Washington Times Assistant National Editor and current national political journalist Robert Stacy McCain will be bringing us inside-the-beltway updates, as well as his experiences in how to use the new conservative media to defeat the liberal-dominated press.

* Tim James is known for fiscal conservatism among the 2010 Alabama gubernatorial candidates. If you haven?t heard Tim speak before, nows your chance to hear someone who adamantly opposed Amendment One and adamantly opposes the current egregious federal spending legislation of today.

Considering our expectation of both local and national media attention, it's incredibly important that we present our message well. Please make a sign or poster for the event. Please keep it on message and family friendly. Reporters will be trying to highlight folks they can portray as wearing tin-foil hats, so please try to stay on topic.

If you'd like to help out, we?re trying something new this time around. At most events such as these, participating organizations tend to have their own tables. This time, we?re doing it by topic, with anyone who is interested passing out literature and such doing so. Please contact bhamteaparty@gmail.com if you are interested in promoting one of these topics: Fair Tax/taxation issues; economic issues, abortion issues, 1st Amendment rights, 2nd Amendment rights, the 9-12 project, immigration issues.

Right now, our ship of state is heading directly towards a collision with the deadly iceberg of socialism. It takes a lot of muscle to turn the rudder of such a ship, and yours is desperately needed on April 15th.

If you can make the event, please take the time to send this e-mail to your list of like-minded friends and family members. If you can?t make it to the Birmingham Tea Party, please put a bit more effort into sending this message to as many people as you can.

Again, the pertinent details:

Who: People who ain't gonna take it anymore?

What: Birmingham/Shelby County Tea Party

When: 6:30-9:00 PM on Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Why: See Who above

Where: Veteran?s Park, next to (and overflow parking at) Spain Park High School in Hoover

Additional information and the latest updates are located at http://shelbycoteaparty.wordpress.com/. See you on the 15th.

Orange Beach, Al - Tea Party

Where: Canal Road on the City Pier.
Judge Moore will be the speaker.
Butch Pardue (251) 752-2125 Orange Beach AL

More Alabama Tea Parties

There are many more Tea Parties scheduled in Alabama through the American Family Association. For additional info see below contact info on a dozen more cities in Alabama.

Judge Roy Moore

Judge Moore will be speaking at the Tea Party in Orange Beach. Let us not forget the a lack of leadership when the special interest groups tried to impose the Billion Dollar Tax increases on the citizens of Alabama, with Amendment 1 in September 2003. It took Judge Roy Moore to stand up to the special interest groups when they tried to sneak by Amendment 2 in 2004. This Amendment 2 to the Constitution would have given the courts the ability the raise taxes with the excuse and authority of giving a child an equal education.

The noble efforts by Roy Moore has saved the tax payers billions of dollars that year and future years. Read more at: Judge Roy Moore
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Robert Bentley is a medical doctor from Tuscaloosa, and was first elected to the Alabama House of Representatives in November, 2002. - Robert Bentley
Tim James is a business man from Greenville, and son of Governor Fob James. - Tim James
Ron Sparks was elected Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture in 2002. - Ron Sparks

Many Tea Party participants have been very concerned about campaign donations to the Dorman Grace campaign. Companies that are regulated by the Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture have made some major donations to his campaign. If an issue comes before the Alabama Agriculture Commissioner, will he be able to make fair and unbiased judgments? Further, it appears that these donations are clear violations of Alabama Law. From Alabama Public Service Commissioner Jim Zeigler has filed charges of ethics violations with the Alabama Ethics Commission. Hopefully this situation can be resolved prior to the election on June 1. It just makes sense that if you go before a judge or regulator agency, a fair decision is more likely to be made if those in authority have not be influenced by bribes or campaign donations.
Dorman Grace has had at least two ethics complaints filed against him. Reliable sources say that both accuse Grace of accepting illegal campaign contributions. He is one of three candidates for the Republican nomination for agriculture commissioner in the June 1 primary. Both complaints charge Grace with violating Section 36-25-12 of the Code of Alabama which states, the commissioner of the Department of Agriculture and Industries and any candidate for the office of commissioner may not accept a campaign contribution from a person associated with a business regulated by the department. Both complaints list a number of contributions on Grace’s most recent Fair Campaign Practices Act (FCPA) financial disclosure report

Zeiglers complaint cites eight specific contributions to the Grace campaign, totaling $64,300 from businesses and individuals involved in the deer breeding industry, which is regulated by the Department of Agriculture and Industries. The contributions listed on Grace’s January 28, 2010 FCPA filing and cited by Zeigler include: Ricky Cleveland, $6,950; Long Antler Ranch, $4,000; Triple R Whitetail Farms LLC, $100; Hytop Whitetails Inc., $100; S&L Leasing, $11,150; Dream Ranch LLC, $11,000; Lookout Valley Whitetails LLC, $1,000; and Double J Whitetails LLC, $30,000.

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