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Brown Leads by 4%!

 In the most recent poll US Senate Candidate Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley by a margin of 50 percent to 46 percent, the Suffolk University/WHDH-TV poll found. Given that most polls have an error of 4%, Coakley could still win. However this is the first poll that has shown Brown with a lead. Why does […] Continue reading →

Updated Congress Call Targets

 Here is the updated list of congress members to call. Rep. Sanford D. Bishop Jr. (D GA-2) 202-225-3631 Rep. Timothy H. Bishop (D NY-1) 202-225-3826 Rep. Dennis A. Cardoza (D CA-18) 202-225-6131 Rep. Gerry Connolly (D VA-11) 202-225-1492 Rep. Steve Driehaus (D OH-1) 202-225-2216 Rep. Bill Foster (R IL-14) 202-225-2976 Rep. Mary Jo Kilroy (D […] Continue reading →

Social Security Violence Not Likely to End

 Special Report From Sam Mela, As aging baby boomers begin applying for their benefits from the Social Security Administration, demands on the system will increasingly outstrip available funds, and seasoned observers of the agency suggest that frustrated seniors will reach a dangerous level of anger towards the agency, as one Las Vegas man did […] Continue reading →

Membership Straw Poll Voting For District 19

 US Congressional District 19 Special Election – April 13, 2010 South Florida Tea Party members will have a special meeting to discuss US District 19 Special Election. We are asking all members to participate.  Several members have expressed interest in having South Florida Tea Party endorse a candidate for District 19 to membership.   We feel that […] Continue reading →

US Congressional District 19 Candidate Cards

 South Florida Tea Party is proud to have sent out Candidate Questionnaires for US Congressional District 19.  The special election will take place on April 13, 2009.  Candidates for congress include Ed Lynch, Curt Price,Joe Budd,Ted Deutch and Ben Graber.  If you are a candidate and not received one, please email US District 19 Special […] Continue reading →

The Tea Party Program for American Renewal

 This is our first draft.  Please leave comments/suggestions.  Special thanks to Fred, Meg & Iris on this project.  You may also email us at: Good government is increasingly rare but still within reach.  It requires concerned citizens, aware of the issues facing us as a country, and willing to hold our elected officials accountable.  […] Continue reading →