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Our next Business meeting will be Thursday, July 24th at 7PM at the Lapeer Sportsman's Club at 1213 N Lake George Rd, Attica, MI 48412
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If you would like to appear, present or hand out information at any of our meetings (General), we must have 30 days notice, detail of the request and it further must be approved by the Directors in advance. This applies to all candidates, issues, and causes.
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September 5, 2017 Tea Party Meeting
The next general meeting of the Lapeer County Tea Party will be Tuesday, September 5, 2017, at the Mayfield Township Hall, 1900 N. Saginaw St., Lapeer, at 7:00 P.M.
Ed Ronders, Director of Lapeer County Veterans Affairs, will be our guest speaker. He will talk about what’s been accomplished in congress for our veteran’s. He well also talk about what new programs have been instigated for our local veterans. And what still needs to be done. I know that all of us are concerned about taking care of our veterans.
In our agenda we have saved time for our other political friends that often stop by and want to share issues that are of interest to our citizens.
You will have a chance to asked them questions and hear their answers. You can count on the Lapeer County Tea Party to help you keep track of what our elected officials are doing. Please follow our web site (www.lapeerteaparty.org), our postcard program and our “letters to the editor”. Our Tea Party was created to inform and educate voters about current issues in our Federal, State and local governments.
As always, our meetings are free to the public. We also have a 50/50 drawing with the winner announced at the end of each meeting.
We invite you and your friends to the Lapeer County Tea Party to get the most updated news from your elected officials and those involved in making decisions for our hometown.
Hope to see you there!
August General Meeting
with Special Guest Congressman Paul Mitchell!!
Congressman Paul Mitch, from the 10th District, was our guest speaker. We would like to thank Congressman Mitchell for doing a great job and for his frank and honest answers to the questions that were asked. If you did not make it for this one, it was a GREAT meeting!
Lapeer County Tea Party July General Meeting
Our Special Guest speaker was Michigan House Speaker Tom Leonard. We also heard from Rep. Gary Howell,, Sen Mike Greens Office, former 82nd District Kevin Daley, and 98th District Rep. Gary Glenn. Thanks to all our guests and to those attending for the great questions!
Lapeer Tea Party June 2017 Meeting Video
Our main speaker is Mr. Todd Schleiger, a candidate for Michigan
Governor on the Independent ticket. Find out more about Mr. Schleiger and his views as he speaks and answers questions.
Congratulations to this years Danette Lowery Scholarship winner Mia Sliman!
Mia just graduated from Dryden Jr/Sr High School. Mia's parents, Jeff and Rochelle Sliman should be very proud. We know that she will have a very bright future and congratulate her on her academic success!
Lapeer Tea Party April 2017 Gen. Meeting Guest Speaker was
Lapeer County Prosecutor Mike Sharkey
Our featured guest is Lapeer County Prosecutor Mike Sharkey. He talked about his plans to fight drugs and crime. Includes questions and answers from the audience.
Lapeer Tea Party March 2017 Meeting
Our guest speaker was Lapeer County Under Sheriff Jeramy Howe. The Under Sheriff talked about what is going on in our county and Sheriff McKenna's plans to help us fight drugs and crime.
Lapeer Tea Party General Meeting February 2017
Our guest speaker for the evening was State Senator Mike Green. Senator Green talked about what is going on in the Senate in Lansing.
January Tea Party Meeting
The Lapeer County Tea Party held our first meeting of the year on Tuesday, January 3, 2017, at the Mayfield Township Hall, 1900 N. Saginaw St., Lapeer, at 7:00 P.M.
Our guest speaker for the evening was State Representative Gary Howell. Representative Howell gave us an update on all that is going on in the Michigan State House in Lansing.
View our meeting with Rep. Howell in its entirety below
November 8th General Election Results...
AND THE WINNER IS.....
The Lapeer County Tea Party wishes to Congratulate the following candidates for their wins in Tuesdays Republican Primary election..
10th Congressional District -- Paul Mitchell
Lapeer County Sheriff -- Scott McKenna
Lapeer County Prosecutor -- Mike Sharkey
County Commissioner District 5 -- Rick Warren
Road Commissioner (Full Term) -- Les Nichols
Road Commissioner (Partial Term -- Jim Novak
Drain Commissioner -- Joe Suma
Suncrest Millage -- Approved
Click HERE to download the full list of candidates and vote totals from the County Clerks office
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The policy of the Lapeer County Tea Party Patriots is to allow only candidates, not representatives of candidates, to speak at our meetings. Candidates will be requested to speak by agreement of the Directors in support on their stated goal of membership education. Those races and issues that are requested remain the prerogative of the Directors concerning topical subjects or candidacy. It is not felt that a representative of a candidate can relate the direct position of the person they represent and that the candidate be held directly responsible for their stated position. _______________________________________________________________________________
Mission Statement and Purpose:
The mission of the Lapeer County Tea Party Patriots is to engage citizens
and provide avenues for participation in the political process. Our goals
are to prevent wasteful spending of tax dollars, to reduce the size of
government and its bureaucracies, and to hold accountable those we elect to
represent us. This will be accomplished by attracting, informing, and
mobilizing all who share these goals, regardless of political affiliation.