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Chesterfield County School Board mishandling your money?

The numbers are not adding up regarding Capital Improvement Plans in Chesterfield County, to the point that the Chesterfield Observer is now covering the controversy. There’s millions of dollars in funding that to-date can’t be properly explained…and when I say “funding”…

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RTP Monthly Meeting Recap – September 2014

On Thursday night (9/25/2014), RTP held its monthly meeting for September, and it was great to see everyone in our new meeting location! We heard that there were a few that found it hard to find the location, so we’ll be sure to share more specific information so that you can find us for our […]

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Chesterfield Monthly Profiles Richmond-Area Activism

In the latest copy of the Chesterfield Monthly magazine (print and online), there was a multi-page spread discussing the Dave Brat win over Eric Cantor and the general activist-machine across the Richmond area. Also covers items like the Chesterfield c…

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Save America: Secure the Border – Travis Witt

From Travis Witt, chairman of the Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation, comes commentary on the current border crisis. The federal government’s complete unwillingness to perform one of it’s most basic and fundamental responsibilities is both concerning and unexpected, unfortunately. Be…

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7th District Republican Convention Venue Change

NOTICE: Change in location for 7th District Convention From 7th CD Chairman Linwood Cobb: Due to the large number of Delegates that have filed to attend the 7th District Convention, as per the “Call” we have decided to move the location. The new location is the: Hilton Richmond Hotel and…

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Obamacare: 50 States of Damage

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News from the Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation Summit Meeting

Earlier today, approximately 70 dedicated activists from around the state met for the Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation quarterly summit meeting in downtown Richmond, Virginia. We heard several topics such as the many successes from various groups…

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