June 21, 2016 at 6:30pm, we will conduct our monthly meeting. The meeting will be held at the Forsyth County Senior Center located at 595 Dahlonega St, Cumming, GA 30040. Our guest speaker for the evening will be Christopher Holton who is the Vice President for Outreach with the Center for Security Policy. Mr. Holton is a profound anti-terrorist activist and has been involved in state level counterterrorism and countershariah initiatives. Mr. Holton will address various issues involving global Islamic insurgency and the rise of jihad in the United States.
You can visit Christopher Holton’s Facebook and Twitter by clicking on the links below: Christopher Holton Facebook Christopher Holton Twitter
We hope to see everyone at the meeting June 21, 2016!
The Forsyth Tea Party would like thank the citizens who voted and congratulate the winners, runoff candidates, and those who committed themselves to the time and effort of running, regardless of the results. We as citizens of Forsyth County need … Continue reading →
We want to congratulate these candidates who are now fully endorsed by the Forsyth County Tea Party. County Commissioner for District 4, Kelli Warren Forsyth County Sheriff, Ron Freeman County Board of Education for District 3, Steve Mashburn State Senator … Continue reading →
The Tea Party Leadership vetted candidates running for office so that our members and the public can be more educated about their candidates. We have also posted on our page the videos of the candidate debates that was hosted … Continue reading →
The Forsyth County Tea Party is profoundly saddened to hear the news of the passing of Reva Jennings. We are humbled to have had Reva among our friends. Her loss will be keenly felt, especially this week at our annual Christmas Party, which she regularly attended. She was always very generous to the charities that we support at this important holiday event.
We offer our deepest condolences to her family and her very, very many friends.
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If you want to get involved in the political process and shaping legislation, this is your chance! Please contact Julianne Thompson at: email@example.com or 404-798-4663. She will need an accurate count so that everyone who attends will have a lunch.
Starting in January 2015, the Forsyth County Tea Party will be meeting on the third TUESDAY of the month, instead of the third MONDAY. This month our meeting will take place on Tuesday, January 20, 2015. Our presentation this month is: “Education Hot Topics for 2015: Common Core and way beyond.”
We’ll still be meeting during the same time-frame of 6:30pm until 8:00pm, and at the same location, 595 Dahlonega St. in Cumming (next to the Forsyth County Public Library).
The Tea Party opened nominations for a new slate of officers in September. During this time we did not receive more than one qualified candidate for any position. Due to this fact, we move that those who stepped forward to take on those responsibilities automatically assume the office for which they have applied, barring any objections from voting-eligible members of the Forsyth County Tea Party.
** Thanks to all those who “stepped up to the plate.” **
Below are the résumés for those who have qualified for the leadership positions of Chairman, 1st Vice Chair, and Treasurer.