A TEA Party organization -A Resource for information and networking for conservatives in Alamance Co, NC.
Our “Third Thursday” meeting next week, Thursday evening, May 19th at 7:00 PM
in Holly Hill Mall, on the main court near the Dunham’s end of the mall.
In addition to an update on the ABSS situation from Dr. Harrison, and Q&A time with him as well, we will also have our Sheriff, Terry Johnson plus the “First Lady” of Alamance County Law Enforcement, his wife Pat, to bring us up to date on law enforcement in Alamance County.
On the subject of House Bill 2,
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR SINGLE - SEX MULTIPLE OCCUPANCY BATHROOM AND CHANGING FACILITIES IN SCHOOLS AND PUBLIC AGENCIES AND TO CREATE STATEWIDE CONSISTENCY IN REGULATION OF EMPLOYMENT AND PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS.
Please educate yourself of this subject. Our state is being maligned at every turn and if you believe that women of all ages deserve protection, please familiarize yourself with the bill so you can pass that information along to others.
City Council of the City of Charlotte Ordinance
Carolina Journal’s perspective:
Will NC lose funding due to HB2, no according to Speaker Pro-Tem Paul Stam:
Will NC lose benefits for veterans, again from Paul Stam, no:
Civitas Institute on the Constitutionality of the “bathroom ordinance:
Governor McCrory on myth vs. fact on HB2:
Myths vs Facts: What New York Times, Huffington Post and other media outlets aren't saying about common-sense privacy law
Outside Kay Hagan's office on Greengate Dr in Greensboro
Our Primary Goals
• To elect true conservative candidates ready to represent us by use of the US Constitution
• To elect candidates who believe in smaller government and less regulation.
• To elect candidates who will not make their government service a career
• To provide voters with the necessary information to make well educated decisions in the voting booth.
We are a group of local citizens who advocate lower taxes, less government and more personal responsibility on the part of the citizenry.
Our group meets monthly
on the 3rd Thursday.
A conservative adheres to principles of limited government, personal responsibility and moral values, agreeing with George Washington's Farewell Address that "religion and morality are indispensable supports" to political prosperity. 
OUR ORGANIZATION'S History
Our group has been together since 2008. We came together as a response to the non reactive county GOP at the time.