NEW JERSEY TEA PARTY SET FOR JULY 3 IN SUMMIT
Building on the significant success of this past April’s Tea Parties, which attracted an estimated 500,000 Americans at over 800 Tea Party events nationwide, New Jersey will kick off the first of its Independence Day Tea Parties, featuring several of the state’s most prominent conservative and libertarian leaders, this Friday July 3.
The first New Jersey Independence Day Tea Party will be held Friday July 3, 2009 from 3pm to 6pm at The Village Green at Maple and Broad Streets in Summit, New Jersey. Located across from the Summit Train Station, Summit’s Village Green is conveniently accessible from New York City and northern New Jersey locations by New Jersey Transit. Route 24 and I-78 are also easily accessible, as is public parking.
The event will feature several of New Jersey’s leading advocates of free market-based fiscal policies, including Michael Johns, a former White House speechwriter and Heritage Foundation policy analyst, Ken Kaplan, New Jersey’s Libertarian Gubernatorial candidate, and others.
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