The Cincinnati East Tea Party’s last meeting during our Spring 2017 series is one you won’t want to miss. By attending, you will learn the facts and solutions related to voter fraud and the emerging priorities for the newly elected Hamilton County Democrat majority. Both subjects hold cause for concern for people with conservative political views.
The meeting will be held Monday, May 15 at the Oakley Community Center located near Remke Market in Hyde Park Plaza. The evening begins with a meet and greet at 6:30 and the program starts at 7pm.
We are pleased to have Denise Mayer and Mary Siegel of the Ohio Voter Integrity Project join us to speak to the reality and impact of voter fraud. Free and fair elections are a bedrock of a free society and citizens must be vigilant to protect election integrity. The presentation will focus on the real and potential dangers of voter fraud and how sensible actions can protect our election system in Ohio and nationally.
In addition, Hamilton County Commissioner Chris Monzel will give an overview of the proposed 2017/18 Hamilton County Budget. This budget contains significant new spending priorities and funding as proposed by the newly elected democratic majority. The presentation and discussion will highlight the implications of the new priorities.
We hope to see you at what is sure to be an eye opening meeting.