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 January 21st, 2015, 7:00PM 
Monthly Louisville TEA Party Meeting and Social

We’re proud to invite you to another monthly social with interesting and uplifting content unlike you will be able to get anywhere else.
Doors open at 6:00 PM, meeting begins at 7:00 PM
Scott Reed – Candidate for Council District 16
Shane Ranschaert – Candidate for Council District 14
Eric Gunderson, 
The New VA Hospital: Bad for Veterans. Bad for Taxpayers
The Louisville Veterans’ Affairs hospital project has been challenged with allegations of not putting taxpayers’ and veterans’ interests first.
Eric Gunderson will present his perspective on how this has happened and how it impacts you, and what can be done.
The Louisville TEA Party as an organization have not reviewed and have not specifically endorsed Eric’s recommendations. We greatly appreciate him presenting, as it will allow us to expand our understanding a local issue of significant importance.
Michael Brown
Secretary, Louisville TEA Party
Getting what you want out of the 
Kentucky Republican Presidential Contest 
Very few political events are as exciting and capture peoples’ imagination more than a presidential election. With 11 candidates filed in the Kentucky Republican Caucus on March 5th, there will be a lot of opportunity for us to advance our goals of fiscal responsibility and limited constitutional government.
Do you know how, where and when to vote? Do you know what to do to help your candidate succeed? Do you have people asking you how it works?
Do you know that your ability to influence the outcome doesn’t end with the vote on March 5th?
Michael was a grassroots organizer and Republican delegate to the state convention in 2012 and will go over what the TEA Party can continue to do to infuse the Republican nomination process with our ideals.


Ramada Plaza Hotel, 9700 Bluegrass Parkway
Near Dairy Queen on Bluegrass Industrial Parkway
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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.


Whether you have a lot of time or a little time, your involvement can make a huge difference!


Want to learn more? Have a comment or question? We’d love to hear from you.