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 7:30PM. 
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, July 20th, 2017,

Monthly Social

Social time 6:00PM, meeting starts 6:30PM 

309 Ten Pin Lane, Louisville KY
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We’re proud to invite you to another monthly social with interesting and uplifting content unlike you will be able to get anywhere else. Come early for our social time beforehand and enjoy mingling with your fellow freedom warriors. We’ll have drinks and snacks available for a donation.

Join us for our mix of local activism and updates on the state and national level.

Volunteer Mike Schneider will discuss the how-to of challenging one’s property valuation so as to correct the property taxes on one’s properties. This process can save the taxpayer hundreds or even thousands in unfairly assumed tax burdens, and Mike has the experience and stories to show how it’s done.

Volunteer Resa Camoriano will present on the important role of citizens in jury nullification, a central feature of government only by the consent of the governed. She’ll share a real life experience how this helped her family.

And the Pegasus Institute’s Jordan Harris will brief us on the tax policy updates that the Institute hopes to see in the upcoming special session of the Kentucky legislature.

Raised in Breckinridge County, Kentucky, Jordan received a bachelor’s degree in History from Penn State University, where he served as Chairman of the College Republicans. After graduation he attended Harvard University for a master’s degree in Government. While at Harvard, he also served as a Research Assistant to Professor Harvey Mansfield. Jordan has worked as Fellow for the Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research in Boston, Massachusetts, and as a Policy Fellow for the Charles Koch Institute in Washington D.C. In 2014, Young America’s Foundation named him one of the top political activists in the United States. He is the Founder of The Breck Foundation, a non-profit community development organization serving Breckinridge County, Kentucky.

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!


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