Governors of Texas, South Carolina to Host “Tea Party 2.0” This Week

Hoping to recapture the grassroots energy of last month’s “tea parties,” Republican Govs. Mark Sanford of South Carolina and Rick Perry of Texas will host a tele-town hall Thursday that’s being dubbed “Tea Party 2.0.”

Gov. Rick Perry, Texas

The Republican Governors Association said it is expecting 30,000 people to participate in the town hall, which will take place roughly one month after the much-publicized anti-tax tea party rallies held in hundreds of locations across the country on April 15, the tax filing deadline.

Sanford and Perry will each speak for several minutes before opening up the town hall to up to an hour-long question and answer session.

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One Response to “Governors of Texas, South Carolina to Host “Tea Party 2.0” This Week”

  1. iotadelta Says:

    I wonder if Perry will mention all of the Federal Aid he’s been requesting lately during this.

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