The mission of the Louisville Tea Party is to advocate for fiscally responsible policies, lower taxes, and Constitutionally limited government. We will accomplish our advocacy by organizing peaceful gatherings, supporting like-minded local, state, and federal candidates and educating the community at large.
The Louisville TEA Party holds a monthly social on the third Thursday of each month, from 6:30PM to 8:30PM. Each event features speakers on specific topics, as well as activism updates and training for those wishing to be more effective at influencing the political environment and holding politicians accountable. Check back regularly for updates on locations and details of each month’s event.
Thursday November 19th, 2015, 6:30PM
Jefferson County Coordinator, Matt Bevin for Governor
Lessons from a winning campaign
As we celebrate a successful come-from-behind campaign , it’s an important time to reflect and remind ourselves that win or lose, there is wisdom to be gained from every effort we take in defense of liberty. As Morton C. Blackwell, nationwide trainer of conservative leaders, notes, “the outcome is decided by the number and effectiveness of activists on each side.” Erin will share her takeaways from the campaign and about what the grassroots did to help the victory happen.
Adrienne Southworth (nee Gilbert)
Take Back Kentucky
The 2016 Legislative Session
Take Back Kentucky is a statewide alliance of conservative/liberty organizations that band together to fight for issues they agree on. It descended from the coalitions that unified in the 1990’s to pass concealed carry in Kentucky.
Adrienne was personally trained by the late great Norm Davis, the man who nearly singlehandedly organized 113 of our 120 counties for the concealed carry effort. She is a veteran at monitoring Frankfort and generating tidal waves of grassroots pressure to destroy bad bills and promote good ones. She will discuss Take Back Kentucky’s mission and what it brings to the table, what to watch for in 2016, and how you can participate and benefit from the good work they do.
Ramada Plaza Hotel, 9700 Bluegrass Parkway
Near Dairy Queen on Bluegrass Industrial Parkway
At the close of the meeting, all are welcome to join us at Stadium Joe’s, the hotel’s in-house restaurant and bar for social time and lively discussion.