Tea Party: The Documentary Film
We are proud to host Tea Party: The Documentary Film to our wonderful supporters.
Mark your calendars on July 31st for another special event brought to you by the Albuquerque Tea
East Gate of the Four Square Gospel has graciously allowed us to use their auditorium to screen the movie.
East Gate is located at 12120 Copper NE, Albuquerque, NM 87123. It is north of I-40 and just east of Juan Tabo.
In addition to the screening of the movie, we will also be having a picnic at their location, starting at 3:00 PM.
Bring your favorite picnic meals, non-alcoholic beverages, and games, and have some good old-fashioned fun!
The picnic will be another great chance to meet like-minded Patriots and share stories and ideas with other Albuquerque Tea Party supporters. Our Patriot Action Team will also have tables at the picnic to sign up volunteers for their group. If you've read their latest The Local Exposure, you know they are a very busy bunch of Patriots doing great work to keep an eye on our wayward politicos!
We will be charging a small admission fee of $5 for the movie and will also be offering a chance to purchase a DVD of the movie after the screening.
Stay tuned as more details become available!
The Albuquerque Tea Party
Patriot Action Team
is proud to present
"The Local Exposure"
Issue 1, Number 4
Topics covered in the latest edition of
The Local Exposure
Day Mini-Rallies: ATP volunteers held their own Independence
Day Rallies. p2
Patriot Training: ATP PAT volunteer
orientation and leadership training June 22-24. p4
on APS - APS Audit Committee Meeting: Superintendent Brooks
reaffirms power over Charter Schools. p5-6
From the Left: Organize for America in action. p7
Improvement Board Meeting: EIB meets minimum due process
to the Editor: p10-11
is Not Free: p12
We hope you enjoy reading and learning
from The Local Exposure.
If you'd like to be involved with the
Patriot Action Team, please send an email to email@example.com.
Help Stop the over $400 Million
Downtown Convention Center Expansion
Join us on the Plaza
Monday, August 2, 4:00PM
City Council Meeting
Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Government Center
One Civic Plaza
The City Council will be discussing the Convention
Center Expansion (aka the Albuquerque Event Center) at their August 2
meeting. The purpose of this
project is to rescue the currently failing Convention Center by spending an
additional $400,000,000. Blowing
away over $400M more on a failed project defies logic. We need to let the City Council know
that this is not acceptable.
Let our City
Councilors and Mayor know we
support: limited government, constrained government spending and
taxation, and a free-market economy. This project violates every one of these principles.
Let them know that we are tired of massive, failed,
government pork-barrel projects: Rail Runner, Space Ports, Downtown Theaters,
Event Center, etc.......
that waste our money and raise our taxes.
Please email your City Council Representative with
your comments and copy Mayor Berry at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your
name and address. If you don't know who your Representative is, go to www.cabq.gov/council/councilors, or use the Council District Map. If you would like to
contact all city councilors at once, go to this online form and click all the boxes and fill
out the rest of the form accordingly.
Taxed Enough Already