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, October 18, 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
Donna Durning – updates on Pro-Life issues (5 minutes)
Phil Moffett and other candidates (20 minutes)
Mike Schneider – Discuss next section in US Constitution (20 minutes)
Around the Room – a 2 minute opportunity for anyone in attendance to make comments,
inform of an upcoming event, etc.
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!
With midterm elections less than a month away, candidates for political offices are reaching out to voters in forums/debates. Below is a list of some of these.
* Tuesday, October 9th –
**The League of Women Voters is holding various forums from 6:30-8:30pm
- Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church, 4936 Brownsboro Rd
KY State House District 32 (R) Phil Moffett (D) Tina Bojanowski
District 34 (R) Robert J Douglas (D) MaryLou Marzian
- Middletown Library, 200 Juneau Dr
KY State House District 33 (R) Jason Nemes (D) Rob Walker
KY State Senate District 36 (R) Julie Raque Adams (D) Sheri Donahue
* Thursday, October 11th –
- Iroquois Library, 601 W Woodlawn Av
KY State House District 30 (R) Christina O’Connor (D) Tom Burch
*For additional information and dates through October 30th, of forums/debates sponsored by The League of Women Voters visit
* Tuesday, October 9th
- Iroquois Candidate Forum, DeSales H.S., 425 W Kenwood Dr
* Friday, October 12th –
- Hosted by Young Professionals For Trump – Kentucky
Get Out The Vote Rally, Fern Creek Community Center, 6104 Bardstown Rd, 6:30-8:30pm
* Monday, October 15th –
- Hosted by Smoketown Neighborhood Association, Bates Memorial Baptist Church,
620 Lampton St, 6:30pm, Angela Leet, candidate for Louisville Mayor, (Greg Fischer invited but declined), other candidates invited
*Tuesday, October 16th –
- Hosted by The League of Women Voters, Louisville Public Media, 619 S. 4th St, 7:00pm,
Louisville Mayor candidates Angela Leet/Greg Fischer/Jackie Green, televised on
WAVE 3, for more information 502.895.5218
*Wednesday, October 17th –
- Hosted by St. Matthews Chamber of Commerce, 11:30am-1:00pm, Angela Leet, candidate for Louisville Mayor, (Greg Fischer invited but declined), tickets $25/members, $30/non-members, for more information and to purchase tickets 502.899.2523
- Louisville Forum Luncheon, Vincenzo’s, 150 S. 5th St, Noon, 3rd Congressional District Debate, Speakers: (R) Vickie Glisson, (D) John Yarmuth, Moderator: Lawrence Smith WDRB, Reservations and advance payment required by Noon Tues., Oct 16th, call 502.329.0111 or visit LouisvilleForum.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org, full members-no charge, basic members $15, guests $25
* Thursday, October 25th –
- American Family Association/TEA Party of KY
Jefferson County, KY Candidate Night, All candidates on the Jefferson County, KY General Election Ballot are invited to speak, Call 502.893.2444 by Monday,
October 22nd to make a reservation for the free dinner.
VOTE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6th
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.