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Tea Party Express 'Rallying For Victory' Bus Tour Travels to Florida

"Rallying for Victory" Tour to Bring Tea Party Issues to the Fore

Tea Party Express, the nation's largest tea party political action committee, is excited to announce the launch of its "Rallying for Victory" bus tour through Florida. The tour will start this Saturday, January 28th and will make six stops up and down the Sunshine State.

Amy Kremer, Chairman of the Tea Party Express, said, "The Tea Party Express is here rallying for victory against the policies of Barack Obama and the Harry Reid-led Senate. The current Administration has showed zero leadership and interest in listening to the voice of the American people. Our 'Rallying for Victory' tour through Florida will be an exhibition of the Tea Party's strength and determination in pursuing and promoting Tea Party values.

"Florida is a key state in the presidential election campaign and one in which the future direction of the country could be determined. This will be the place to reject the Obama policies of promoting his big government, liberal policies that have killed job growth and added trillions of dollars of debt. It is critical to have an energized and engaged Tea Party electorate, just like we saw in 2010 as the Tea Party movement elected more Republican state legislators since 1928 and more Republican congressional representatives since 1948.

"Our 'Rallying for Victory' bus tour will bring together local and national Tea Party activist to raise awareness of the Tea Party movement and the conservative principles that will put this nation back on the path to prosperity. It is an opportunity to inform the American people that there is a free-market solution to get the economy on the right track and that the president's actions have not accomplished what he has promised," Kremer concluded.

The Tea Party Express plans to make stops in Jacksonville, Winter Park, West Palm Beach, The Villages, Gainesville, Panama City and Pensacola. The Tea Party Express will be joined by conservative leaders from across the country and will provide a platform for Presidential candidates to present their Tea Party qualifications. The organization is directing the public to its website for the details of the stops.

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