Skip to comments.AMY KREMER RESIGNS FROM TEA PARTY EXPRESS
Posted on 04/18/2014 8:42:38 PM PDT by kingattax
Amy Kremer, one of the original Tea Party activists who participated in the February 20, 2009 call that launched the movement and played a key role as scheduler of the April 15, 2009 Tax Day Tea Party rallies, resigned on Friday as chairman of Tea Party Express, a position which she has held since the summer of 2009.
Tea Party Express, a political action committee known for its national bus tours, was one of the first national organizations to successfully raise money through appeals to Tea Party supporters and activists.
The group played a significant role in helping Tea Party candidates win Senate and Congressional elections in 2010 and 2012.
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Thanks Amy, for your service to The Tea Party Movement in America.
I read elsewhere that she is going to help Matt Bevin’s campaign go after Mitch McConnell.
Amy seemed to be a good spokeswoman for the Tea causes. She kept the focus on the issues, not on her specifically. Most of today’s front talkers have forgotten how to do that. Be clear, professional and direct. It can’t have been easy holding that position in a newly forming party, still defining itself and defending itself against the lies force fed to the stupid.
Thanks for the ping, I read about this on the internets earlier today.
It looks like she is going to be working directly for a conservative candidate.
Did you see this thread?
I stopped donating to the Tea Party because of the non-stop phone calls for money.
Instead, Kremer will be doing consulting for businessman Matt Bevin, who’s challenging
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell in Kentucky’s GOP primary on May 20......
Kremer also plans to get involved in GOP primaries in Kansas, North Carolina, and Mississippi-—