RTP Meeting – ‘Leftists on the March’ Across Virginia

RTP Meeting

Thursday May 25th
7:00 PM

Richmond Alarm Co
14121 Justice Road
Midlothian VA 23113

Please join us Thursday 5/25 for our next public meeting!

All across Virginia, well-intentioned but destructive leftists are blocking speech of others, interfering with constituents being able to engage their representatives, and even threatening violence. Join us for discussion about these and other topics important to Richmond-area conservatives.

And don’t forget….the primary election is coming FAST on June 6th!

Election Date

Locality and office

Voter Deadlines

6/13/17 June Primaries – Governor, Lt. Governor, House of Delegates, and Local offices Deadline to register to vote, or update an existing registration, is Monday, May 22, 2017

Deadline to request an absentee ballot to be mailed to you is 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 6, 2017. Your request must be received by your Registrar by 5:00 p.m.

See who is on your ballot using our online lookup tool or view the candidate lists.

We hope to see you there!

NOTE: RTP is a private organization who welcomes public engagement. However, if you are disruptive to the orderly conduct of the meeting, you may be required to exit the meeting at the discretion of meeting organizers.


The RTP is a grass roots organization, which means that if you would like to see additional activities, objectives, bring them to our attention and help us achieve them.


Thursday, May 25th, 7-8:00 pm


Richmond Alarm Company
14121 Justice Rd
Midlothian, VA 23113

Come to the front door of Richmond Alarm, then go right as soon as you enter the lobby. Stay to the right as you walk towards the back of the building, and you’ll see the elevator and stairwell to your right. Come to the 2nd floor, and the meeting space is just past the large open area (across from the restrooms).

Remember to Bring a Friend!

Contact: Coordinator Team
Email: teapartypatriots@richmondteaparty.com
Phone: (800) 394-5885

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Eric uncomfortably admits that until about 10 years ago, he was a political "free rider", always thinking that others would do the heavy lifting to keep America on course. After watching both democrats and republicans steer us FAR in the wrong direction, Eric knew he had to get involved. Now working with Richmond Tea Party to advance conservative principles, Eric serves on the Board of Directors and as a resource for "all things technology".

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