Illinois Conservatives to host Tea Party Express on Monday
The Tea Party Express recently launched their Mobile Phone Bank Bus tour on an 81-Day Get-Out-the-Vote Campaign that aims at engaging and educating conservative voters in the November 6th election.
The 45 foot Tea Party Express bus is a state-of-the-art campaign tool that allows the grassroots campaign anywhere in the country. The bus will have 15 workstations for volunteers, each with their own laptop and phone. The tour will stop in 23 states that are the key battleground states for the 2012 election.
During the Moline stop the Tea Party Express bus will be parked at the Neil Anderson Campaign Headquarters at 2424 40th Ave Moline, IL.
Anderson stated “We are excited to be working with the Illinois Conservatives and the Tea Party Express in this grassroots effort to reach the voters.”
The Tea Party Express will assist the grassroots efforts of local candidates who believe in fiscal responsibility, reducing the size of government and taxes, and controlling spending
Anderson stated “It’s time to bring focus on Illinois’ skyrocketing deficits, unsustainable debt and loss of jobs and business to other states and countries as a result of over taxing and over regulations.” He continued, “Many think Illinois is too far gone: We have an opportunity this election to change the course of our state, give it back to the people and be competitive to the other states in the nation.”
Anyone interested in getting involved or learning more about this effort are welcome to attend