Welcome to the Patrick Henry Tea Party!
We created this site to keep the citizens of western Hanover County and
surrounding areas informed about important governmental issues affecting
citizens on the local, state and national levels. We are a non-partisan grassroots
organization with a focus on smaller, less-intrusive government, fiscal prudence,
adherence to our Constitution and unashamed patriotism.
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Patrick Henry Tea Party Meeting
Tuesday, June 28, 2016, 7pm EDT
American Legion Building
17662 Beaver Dam Rd
Salute to Young Conservatives
Our Next Generation Speaks
Join us to be inspired and motivated by three excellent
representatives of our next generation of Conservatives.
Parents, Young Adults, Teens -- meet some great young
people who are making a difference today.
There will be special presentations by:
Emma Capps, a teenage blogger from Richmond who
organized a Blue Lives Matter Rally in Richmond.
Emma describes herself as just your average 10th grader
with a passion for politics. Emma started a website to
speak up about views in politics and inspire young leaders
to have a voice and to make a difference. From Publius
Post: “This country is at a time of crisis. The next
generation is burdened with $19 trillion dollars of debt, and
our country is headed down the drain. We have to be the
generation to change this and revive American
Noah Spangler: Scheduler for Congressman Dave Brats
2016 re-election campaign.
At the age of 18, Noah is ready and eager to help get
America back on track. Noah started as a volunteer in the
2014 primary campaign for Dave Brat, where he steadily
assumed additional responsibilities and became an intern.
Noah is a recent high school graduate of Liberty University
Online Academy and will be attending Liberty University
this fall. Noah is an active member in the community,
works a part-time job, and aims to get young Americans
engaged in political activities.
Justin DeHart, Field Director, Americans for Prosperity
(AFP) -- grassroots leaders who educate and engage
citizens for limited government and outreach to young
adults about pursuing a better life by keeping more money
in your own pocket.
Learn more about AFP Virginia on the Path to Prosperity
Tour on Thursday, July 7th at the Place in Short Pump.