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, with a social beginning at 6:00 PM and meeting 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, September 20, 2018

 Social time 6:00PM, meeting 6:30PM-8:30 PM
Arrive early to get good seats!

Resa Camoriano will open the meeting with a few comments right after our Pledge of Allegiance and prayer

Mike Schneider will discuss the next section of the US Constitution

Push Cards will be passed out for distribution if Zorro (masked man) delivers them in time for the meeting

Donna Durning – Pro-Life updates

Check back for updates to meeting topics

If you missed the August meeting, you missed a good one.  Resa spent an entire segment on crime in Louisville, and it is way up, despite what you are hearing on the news.

Richard Brown, candidate for district 15 Metro Council,  made an impassioned plea for more conservative candidates to run for Metro Council, especially in the South and West end of Louisville.

Mike Schneider discussed the 14th Amendment with regards to illegal immigration, anchor babies and chain migration.

Roosters Restaurant

Meet in the back room

10430 Shelbyville Rd Suite 7
Louisville, Kentucky 40223


Join us for our monthly mix of local, state and national freedom activism!

We look forward to seeing you there!


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.