Less than a week left to register for the statewide summit meeting

There’s only 6 days remaining to register for the Virginia Tea Party Federation (VTPPF.org) spring summit meeting. Details and the registration link below.

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Saturday February 13th – 10:00 AM-4:00 PM


Crowne Plaza Hotel – Downtown
555 E. Canal Street
Richmond, VA 23219


9:00-10:00 Registration

10-10:10 Welcome, pledge of allegiance, opening prayer

10:10-10:45 Carol Stopps: CoLA Updates

10:45-11:20 Phil Van Cleave VCDL: 2nd Amendment/firearm issues

11:20-11:30 Break

11:30-11:55 Congressman Mark Meadows: Cruz Campaign Presentation

11:55-1:00 Blessing/lunch

12:20-12:45 Corey Stewart: Trump Campaign Presentation

12:45-1:10 Patricia Phillips: Carson Campaign Presentation

1:10-1:30 TBD

1:30-2:00 Tim Hannigan:Precinct Organization Development

2:00-2:10 Break

2:10-2:30 Nancy Smith: “Ensuring our Share of the Electorate

Middle Resolution PAC’s 2016 Voter Registration Initiative

2:30-2:50 Reagan George: Intro to WIN-ing elections in Virginia

2:50-3:00 Break

3:00-3:50 Russ Moulton: VA Mass Meetings and Conventions might just pick the next President

3:50-4:00 Break

4:00-4:20 Private Business Meeting – **VTPPF member groups only**

Doors open for general summit at 10am.

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