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Tea Party Seeking Union County Volunteers for November Election
The Scotch Plains – Fanwood Tea Party is seeking volunteers throughout Union County for the purpose of working to support candidates for federal office who best represent our philosophy of fiscal responsibility, small government and personal responsibility. We will organize and train volunteers to have an impact on the election by communicating with their friends and neighbors about key issues and getting out the vote on Election Day. We will provide volunteers with the materials and guidance to accomplish the job.
We have rallied, protested, and made our impact on the 2010 elections. But, with all our accomplishments, the outcome is still in doubt. The stakes are high, and we have much to lose. The November federal election will decide if we are to continue the American dream born 235 years ago or become a socialist society bogged down by unsustainable debt and government dictates on how we live our lives from Obamacare to which light bulbs we can use in our homes.
On Thursday, August 2 at 7 p.m. at the Scotch Hills Country Club, 820 Jerusalem Road, Scotch Plains, the Scotch Plains – Fanwood Tea Party will hold a meeting to organize volunteers and get them actively involved in the election process.
Come join us in taking back our country.
Visit our website at www.spf-teaparty.org/meetings/current
The Scotch Plains – Fanwood Tea Party, a Chapter of The Morristown Tea Party, a NJ non-profit corp. All are welcome.
More About Scotch Hills Golf Course
This course, opened in 1920, offers 2,247 yards of golf for a par score of 33. This nine-hole course has a rating of 33.3 and is a part of the Scotch Hills Country Club. The club also has summer golf camps, which are limited only to the residents of Scotch Plains and Fanwood residents.
Other events here
- Scotch Hills Mens Golf Association Monthly,