Join us October 10th, for our
Lakes Area Tea Party Meeting
40380 Grand River Ave, Novi, MI 48375
Enjoy extraordinary food and social time at 6:00 p.m.
Meeting begins at 7:00 p.m
Our Guest Speakers:
Debate Experts from Hillsdale College and The University of Michigan
They will analyze the first 2 presidential debates between
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Aaron Kall – Director of Debate at U of M
Aaron Kall, Director of the Debate Department at the University of Michigan, who has made numerous appearances on national television and radio shows, such as CBS and NPR, will join us along with Hillsdale College’s Matthew Doggett – Director of Debate and Matthew Warner Director of Individual Events to offer their expert opinions of the recent debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and what each candidate must do to win the White House on November 8th!
Don’t miss this fascinating presentation.
Mathew Doggett, Director of Debate and Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama at Hillsdale College
Regional Tax Authority Mass Transit Plan
Leon Drolet from the MI Taxpayers Alliance will joining us to speak about the Regional Transit Authority’s Mass Transit Plan which would require voter approval in November. The RTA Tax proposal, which will be on the November ballot, would cost tax payers 4.6 billion dollars over 20 years.
Get the latest updates from the Michigan Trump Campaign on how we will win Michigan and defeat Hillary Clinton!
Plan on joining us for our great social hour at 6:00 pm. Meet other great Americans who share concerns about the direction of our country while enjoying great food and drink at Tommy’s Parthenon. Tommy’s Parthenon can accommodate up to 200 people in it’s Comedy Club. Lakes Area Tea Party is meeting at Tommy’s Parthenon in order to accommodate growing guest numbers.
40380 Grand River Ave (between Haggerty and Meadowbrook Rd) map.
Meeting begins at 7:00 pm
The Lakes Area Tea Party holds true to the Conservative principles of low taxes, small government and personal responsibility enshrined in the Platform of the Republican Party. Reach out to someone at your church, in your neighborhood or invite a family member to a meeting.
You could be responsible for turning a low information voter into an educated voter!