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.
The final Cincinnati East Tea Party Spring 2017 Community Forum will be Monday, evening, May 15 at the Oakley Community Center in the Hyde Park Shopping Plaza. A meet and greet begins at 6:30 with the program stating at 7:00.
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.
Please join us this Thursday, April 20, so we can give a large and encouraging welcome to Cincinnati Police Officer Louis Arnold!
This meeting could well be the most informative and actionable event held by our group over the past several years. Officer Arnold serves as the Faith Based Community Liaison Officer for the Cincinnati Police Department. He will speak to the importance of building strong police/community relations, providing insight on how this happens and desired outcomes. If you are interested in learning how you can help build public safety in our neighborhoods and our community, you won’t want to miss this meeting. There will be ample time to hear your viewpoints and address questions.
The next Cincinnati East Tea Party meeting will be held on Thursday, April 20, 2017 at the Oakley Community Center, located next to the Remke Market in Hyde Park Plaza. A meet and greet begins at 6:30 with the program starting at 7pm.
This meeting could well be the most informative and actionable meeting held by our group over the past several years. Our speaker will be Cincinnati Police Officer Louis Arnold who serves as the Faith Based Community Liaison Officer for the Cincinnati Police Department. Officer Arnold will speak to the importance of building strong police/community relations, providing insight on how this happens and desired outcomes. If you are interested in learning how you can help build public safety in your neighborhood and our community, you won’t want to miss this meeting. There will be ample time to hear your viewpoints and address questions.
Please join us on April 20 for a dialogue on this important subject.
The NW Ohio Conservative Coalition is proud to present: A dinner with Rev. C.L. Bryant, Senior Fellow at FreedomWorks Tuesday May 2, 2017 6:30pm Holiday Inn French Quarter 10630 Fremont Pike Perrysburg, OH 43551 Frequent Guest: Fox News. The Blaze. CNN. MSNBC. Syndicated Radio. Columnist and Author. Former two-term President of NAACP Garland, Texas. On June 4, 2014, C.L. became Host of soon syndicated radio program THE CL BRYANT SHOW. Content of Character College Tour […]
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Here is a last minute reminder of the Cincinnati East Tea Party meeting scheduled for this Thursday, March 30 in the Oakley Community Center located east of the Remke Market in Hyde Park Plaza on Paxton Avenue. A meet and Greet starts at 6:30 with the program beginning at 7pm. We are fortunate to have two excellent speakers addressing topics of high interest. Peter Bhatia, Editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer will address issues related to news and editorial balance, truthful reporting, fake news and related matters. Political Analyst Al Tuchfarber will provide commentary and insights on current national political issues. Below is the meeting agenda.
Below are details of three Cincinnati East Tea Party Community Forums scheduled during March, April and May. All three forum will be held at the Oakley Community Center located east of the Remke Market in the Hyde Park Plaza. The meetings begin with a Meet and Greet at 6:30pm and the Program starts at 7pm. Time for a Q & A is planned for both presentations.
We hope you are planning to attend the next Cincinnati East Tea Party meeting on Thursday, March 9 at the Oakley Community Center. The meeting begins with a meet and greet at 6:30 with the program commencing at 7pm. Our two speakers will address critical issues impacting the future growth of conservative governance in our county and state:
FreedomWorks and TEA Party Patriots are making Wednesday, March 15, 2017 a Day of Action in Washington DC. They are willing to pay for a couple of Buses from Ohio to take activist to DC for a short rally and then visits to their Congressmen and Senators to demand that they repeal Obamacare in it’s entirety and replace it with a competitive free market system. It is going to be just down and back in one day. If […]
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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.
The Cincinnati East Tea Party is hosting a Judicial Candidate Night on Tuesday, September 20 at the Oakley Community Center in the Hyde Park Shopping Center. A Meet & Greet begins at 6:30 with the program starting at 7pm. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear from each of the Republican judicial candidates of their background and qualifications and what is at stake in their race. Since their Party designation is not shown on the ballot, all too often voters simply skip over these candidates because they don’t know anything about them. Here is your opportunity to learn what you need to know in order to vote with confidence and enthusiasm for judicial candidates.
Reminder of A Very Important Meeting!!!
Are you wondering about how you can help get out the conservative vote in the November election? Wonder no more, just come to the August 30 Cincinnati East Tea Party Meeting at the Oakley Community Center in the Hyde Park Shopping Center. A Meet and Greet begins at 6:30 with the meeting starting at 7pm. You will meet candidates running for office in Hamilton County and hear from the grassroots campaign leadership team. Plus you will learn how you can help. We hope many will join the team. In addition, you will learn about the amazing citizen led Cincy Eastern Bypass project that actually solves the long term interstate traffic issues in Greater Cincinnati.
With the Fall Election season upon us, the Cincinnati East Tea Party is seeking to give our members an opportunity to meet and dialogue with candidates on the ballot in Mt. Lookout, Hyde Park, Mt Washington and Oakley precincts. An additional highlight will be a presentation at our August meeting on the Cincy Eastern Bypass, an initiative mounted by highway planning professionals in Northern Kentucky. You will be amazed at the advantages of this plan compared to building another bridge alongside the Brent Spence. Below are the highlights for meetings in August, September and October.
We hope you will commit to join these informative and pertinent meetings.
Fall 2016 Cincinnati East Tea Party
Tuesday, August 30, 6:30pm
Oakley Community Center in Hyde Park Shopping Center
The We the People Convention will be hosting an organizational meeting for the TEA Party for Trump project for all activist who are committed to winning the election in November! This meeting is for ANYONE who wants to volunteer anywhere in the state. Date: Saturday, August 27, 2016 from 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM at the Place: Berlin Church, 5175 S Old State Rd, Lewis Center, OH 43035-9254 Reservation Required: Click this link or the […]
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You Are Invited to
Cincinnati East Tea Party’s May Community Forum
Monday, May 23, 2016, 6:30pm
Oakley Community Center
in the Hyde Park Shopping Center
Join friends and neighbors for a stimulating and encouraging evening of thought and discussion.
Below is an announcement of two community forums scheduled for Thursday, April 28 and Monday, May 23. We will have the good pleasure to have Hamilton County Commissioner Dennis Deters (April) and Cincinnati City Council Member Amy Murray (May) joining us to discuss key County and City priorities from their perspective. A Meet & Greet begins at 6:30 with the program commencing at 7:00. Both of these forums are timely given that budgeting decisions are coming up shortly. Two additional speakers will join us to present timely topics.
Please make plans now to join us on April 28 and May 23.
Thursday, April 28, 2016, 6:30pm
Oakley Community Center in the Hyde Park Shopping Center
The second and final Candidate Night sponsored by the Cincinnati East Tea Party will be Tuesday evening, March 1. It will be held at the Oakley Community Center located in the Hyde Park Shopping Center next to the Remke Market, 3882 Paxton Road, 45209. The event begins with a Meet and Greet at 6:30 with the program starting at 7:00. The agenda is shown below.
Cincinnati East Tea Party
February 1 & March 1, 2016
Prior to the Ohio primary election on March 15, the Cincinnati East Tea Party will hold two community forums offering voters an opportunity to get to know candidates involved in contested races. The following candidates have been invited and most are expected to participate.
More than likely, you know that America’s borders are becoming increasingly more open. While the flood of Muslim refugees in the United States has not reached the proportions entering many European countries, the numbers in the U. S. are growing rapidly. Many communities are committing to accept refugees not realizing the dangers and risks involved. A local research team has gathered extensive data and information and will present it at a Cincinnati East Tea Party meeting on Tuesday, October 20 beginning at 7pm at the Oakley Center. See below for additional information.