The Bowling Green Southern Kentucky Tea Party is sponsoring a Kentucky tea party candidate rally today, September 9th, from 2-5 PM, at Basil Griffin Park. The purpose of this rally is to introduce local conservative candidates that have shown to hold Tea Party principles of lower taxes, balanced budgets, smaller government, and adherence to the constitution. The candidates that are speaking at the rally we believe are our best hope for changing the direction of state and local government in a way that benefits all citizens of the Commonwealth.
Admission is free! Music will be provided by “DJ” the DJ. Overtime Bar and Grill will have a place available to purchase food and beverages. No alcoholic beverages are allowed in the park. Bring your chairs and blankets!
Meet your local Kentucky Tea Party candidates!
Sunday, September 9, 2012
Location: Basil Griffin Park
2055 Three Springs Road, Bowling Green, KY
Time: 2-5 PM
Please forward to anyone you think would be interested in learning more about the candidates for local and statewide office.
Representative Jim DeCesare will be the MC for the rally. The event will open with prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance, and a remembrance of 9/11 and our military. Hunter Peay will speak next, then the podium will be turned over to short speeches from candidates in local races.
Constable Candidate: Brandon Bradshaw
City Commission Candidates: Robin Baldwin, Jerry Wells, Rick Williams
There will be a break at this point with music and mingling until 3PM.
Richard Nelson will speak on why the next candidates all need to win!
State Representative Candidates: Representative Michael Meredith, Chris Hightower, Regina Webb
State Senator Mike Wilson will speak next about his work in the Senate and why it is so important for conservatives to take over the House and why the three State Representative candidates need to win.
There will be another break here with music and mingling until 4 PM.
The rest of the event will be given over to National Issues, including a speech by US Representative Brett Guthrie, ending with a speech by Jim Waters.
See you there!
Bowling Green Southern Kentucky Tea Party
PMB 177 | 1945 Scottsville Road, B-2 | Bowling Green, Kentucky 42102-5817