Cincinnati East Tea Party meetings in March and April

Three Cincinnati East Tea Party forums scheduled in March and April will highlight “hot topics” with knowledgeable and engaging community leaders joining us. Below is the schedule addressing the recent loss of a Republican majority among Hamilton County Commissioners, implications of electing new leadership on the Ohio Republican Party Central Committee, declines in public approval of the media  and the importance of building strong police/community relations. Please mark your calendars now and join us for engaging and lively presentations.

All meetings will be at the Oakley Community Center beginning at 6:30 with a meet and greet and programs starting at 7pm. We look forward to having you join in these high spirited evenings.


Thursday, March 9, 6:30pm
Oakley Community Center in the Hyde Park Shopping Center

Winning Back Hamilton CountyHamilton County turned blue in the 2016 General Election with Democrats gaining a majority of County commissioners and winning important county offices. Cameron Sagester Associate Director of the Hamilton County Republican Party will address the challenges ahead and the action plan that is being developed to re-establish conservative majorities.

New Leadership for the Ohio Republican Party Central Committee The Republican Central Committee elected Spark County attorney Jane Timken its new Chairman in a narrow victory over Matt Borges who has held this position for four years. Committee member Ann Becker who also chairs the Cincinnati Tea Party in Southwest Ohio, will join us to discuss the implications of this change in leadership.

Thursday, March 30, 6:30pm
Oakley Community Center

Featured Speaker: Peter Bhatia, Cincinnati Enquirer Vice President and Editor will present his views on matters related to the decline in public approval and confidence in the media. In particular, he will discuss how the Enquirer deals with questions related to news and editorial balance, truthful reporting, fake news and related matters. A Q&A will be included.

Thursday, April 20, 6:30pm
Oakley Community Center

Cincinnati Police Faith Based Community Liaison Officer Louis Arnold will speak to the importance of building strong police/community relations, providing insight on how this happens and desired outcomes. This will be an engaging presentation addressing the critical topic of police and public safety.

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