Tea Party Express “Fighting for Liberty” National Bus Tour in Mobile this Wednesday!
Sacramento, CA – Tea Party Express’ “Fighting for Liberty” national bus tour is stopping in Mobile tomorrow at 5:00 PM for an exciting Tea Party rally. The tour is travelling through 9 key Tea Party battleground states.
Wednesday, April 23rd at 5:00 PM
300 Conti St,
Mobile, AL 36602
Speakers will include national and local Tea Party leaders, the hit conservative band Rivoli Revue, and singer/songwrite Diana Nagy
Tea Party Express Executive Director Taylor Budowich said, “We are excited to get back out on the road in support of our conservative message of fiscal responsibility, economic growth and limited government. 2014 will be the year we rip the gavel out of Harry Reid’s hand and return it to the people.
“We will do that by rallying and engaging conservative Americans from across the country on issues that are important to us all. While we appreciate the major advertising being done by many different political action committees, our focus is on rallying grassroots conservatives to become more involved in the political process. The two together will give us the best chance to increase our hold on the House and to take the Senate,” Budowich concluded.
The event will be MC’d by Tea Party Express’ own, Donlyn Turnbull. Donlyn is a prolific conservative writer, blogger, and commentator that has spoken to local and national audiences. The Rivoli Revue is best known for their hit track “Press ‘1’ for English,” which they have performed on Huckabee and has surpassed 16 million views on YouTube. Other national names include Charles Johnson, Scottie Nell Hughes, Katrina Pierson, and Dr. Gina Loudon.
The bus tour started in Fort Myers, Florida, on April 19th before heading west with stops in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. The buses will then head north, rallying in Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, and Minnesota. The states were selected because of key battles for House and Senate seats.
The Tea Party Express rallies will include a number of prominent conservative commentators, entertainers and candidates seeking federal office.