Tea Party Express “Restoring the American Dream” Bus Tour Will Stop in Lincoln and Omaha
Sacramento, CA – Tea Party Express, the nation’s largest Tea Party political action committee, is making two stops tomorrow, Tuesday May 1st, in Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska, as its “Restoring the American Dream” national bus tour travels through the state.
Tuesday, May 1st at 11:30 AM
Antelope Park – Shelter 1
1400 Memorial Dr
Lincoln, NE 68510
Tuesday, May 1st at 5:00 PM
6700 Elmwood Park Road
Omaha, NE 68106
The Tea Party Express will kick off in Lincoln, Nebraska, with Tea Party Express-endorsed Attorney General Jon Bruning. The tour will then travel to Omaha where Bruning will speak along side Congressman Lee Terry and the rally’s MC, Scott Voorhees of News Radio 1110 KFAB.
Tea Party Express has hosted over 300 rallies across the country. The organization will be traveling with several speakers and entertainers, including Tea Party Express Chairman Amy Kremer; Our Country Deserves Better PAC Chairman Howard Kaloogian; Mike Holler, author of The Constitution Made Easy; Entertainer Lloyd Marcus who wrote The Tea Party Anthem; Diana Nagy who preformed live during the Tea Party Republican Presidential Debate on CNN; conservative youth rapper Polatik; and comedian Jim Labriola who is famous for his role on the popular TV show “Home Improvement.”
Chief Strategist of Tea Party Express said, “This tour’s route focuses on some of the key states for 2012 in either the Presidential or Congressional level. We have already endorsed six candidates for the U.S. Senate, including our very first endorsement, Attorney General Jon Bruning. Our goal will be rallying activists in support of some of the upcoming primary election battles or for the upcoming general election.
“Each stop aims at engaging voters with candidates and policies that promote pro-growth, free-market solutions to ensure the American Dream can be achieved by anyone. The only way to change this current economic path that is leaving us with a weak recovery, at best, is to change the players and policies that got us here. We started in 2010 and that drive will continue through November of 2012,” Russo concluded.