Tea Party Express Bus is Rolling to Mississippi!
Sacramento, CA – Tea Party Express, the nation’s largest tea party political action committee, has fueled up the iconic Tea Party Express bus and is headed to Mississippi for a weekend of Get-Out-The-Vote rallies in support of Senator Chris McDaniel.
Tea Party Express Executive Director Taylor Budowich said, “No one knows how to win a run-off election like the Tea Party movement. Some of our biggest victories have occurred in competitive run-off elections, like in 2012 with then candidate Ted Cruz winning in historic fashion. We are successful because the Tea Party movement engages and turns out voters that have been sitting at home frustrated with the policies of Washington, D.C.
“There is a strong sentiment of frustration with career politicians that continue to put the old politics of “kicking the can down the road” in front of solutions. They are ready for a new generation of conservative leaders, and we will be doing our part rallying these voters this coming weekend,” Budowich concluded.
Tea Party Express will be launching their tour for Senator Chris McDaniel in his hometown of Laurel, Mississippi on Friday evening. From there, the bus will head to Tupelo and the Jackson suburb of Pearl on Saturday, before ending in Biloxi on Sunday afternoon. The full schedule can be found here.
The Tea Party Express “Elect Chris McDaniel” bus tour has a number of national figures joining their rallies including “The Capitalist Evangelist” and bestselling conservative author Wayne Allen Root; one of Texas’ most influential Tea Party leaders and former Congressional candidate Katrina Pierson; national conservative political commentator Wayne Dupree; Tea Party News Network’s Scottie Nell Hughes; and investigative journalist and author Charles C. Johnson. Tea Party Express entertaining duo, Rivoli Revue, will also be performing at each rally-The Rivoli Revue is best known for their hit song, “Press One for English,” which has over 16 million views on YouTube. More national figures will be announced in coming days.