Fall Community Forum Announcement

Below is an outline of Cincinnati East Tea Party Community Forums planned for this Fall. The focus for our September and October meetings is the November election of Cincinnati City Council, Hamilton County Judges and Cincinnati School Board candidates. The objective is to offer our Tea Party members an opportunity to learn about candidate qualifications and priorities in order to make informed votes.

Our August 24 meeting will feature Congressman Brad Wenstrup who will provide an update on national legislative issues. Given all of the controversy related to health care, taxes, budget and national security, this should be a most informative meeting. An extended time of Q & A is planned.

We look forward to having you join us for these lively and pertinent meetings.


Fall 2017
Cincinnati East Tea Party
Community Forums

Please mark your calendars and commit to attend these informative and most pertinent Cincinnati East Tea Party community forums


Thursday, August 24, 6:30 pm
Oakley Community Center, Hyde Park Plaza

Congressman Brad Wenstrup will join us for a legislative update focusing on national issues. The status of key legislative issues with inside perspective will be presented with an opportunity for Q & A.

In addition, Cam Sagester, Associate Director of the Hamilton County Republican Party will present the HCRP grass roots Fall campaign plans designed to elect multiple City Council candidates and its entire judicial slate in the November election. It is amazing how a well-executed targeted plan can reap great rewards! A large number of volunteers are needed for success. Please make plans to attend learn how you can help.


Thursday, September 28, 6:30pm
Oakley Community Center

City Council Candidate Night – All Cincinnati City Council Republican Candidates including Amy Murray, Jeff Pastor and Seth Maney along with Chris Smitherman have been invited. Each will present their qualifications, reasons for running and key policy priorities with time included for Q & A.

This will be an evening to meet the candidates and learn of their background and interests. There are three open seats in this election offering a major opportunity to increase the number on conservatives on City Council. Come and learn how you can help make this happen.


Thursday, October 19, 6:30 PM
Oakley Community Center

Judicial and Cincinnati School Board Candidate Night – Plans are underway to invite Hamilton County Judicial and Cincinnati School Board Candidates. Municipal Court Judge Curt Kissinger will discuss his candidacy and many of the Cincinnati School Board candidates will present their priorities and strategies for building educational excellence in Cincinnati Public Schools.

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