Please join us for our
Thursday, January 18 - 6:30 PM
State Senator Michelle Ugenti-Rita
State Representative John Kavanagh
State Representative Jay Lawrence
Fountain Hills School District Learning Center
16000 East Palisades Blvd.
~ Bring your questions - Bring a friend ~
For meeting location, please click MAP link below:
MAP of Fountain Hills AZ Tea Party at FHUSD Learning Center
Membership donation for 2018 is still only $12 per person.
Please donate today.
Mail your check to PO Box 19630, Fountain Hills, AZ 85269
Thanks for your support!
Signing of the Constitution - September 17, 1787
Fountain Hills AZ Tea Party endorses the principles of smaller, Constitutionally-limited government, fiscal responsibility, and free markets. We support candidates and organizations that share these goals. We provide information, perspective, and resources to our members to assist them in making their own personal, informed decisions.
Fountain Hills AZ Tea Party
Thursday, January 18, 2019
Monthly Meetings are held at
Fountain Hills Unified School District Learning Center
at the NE corner of Palisades Blvd.
& Golden Eagle Blvd.
FOUNTAIN HILLS AZ TEA PARTY
We, the People spoke!
Through the history of our great country, there have been victories and losses, successes and setbacks,
but patriotic Americans have persevered,
often against overwhelming odds.
The Obama presidency was one of those setbacks.
He promised to "transform America" and he did so,
at the expense of liberty and the Constitution.
On November 8, 2016,
America rejected Hillary Clinton and the promise of another four years of destructive policies and actions.
We elected Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States. President Trump and Vice President Pence are keeping their promises, lowering taxes, eliminating excessive regulations, appointing judges who understand their proper role, restoring respect for the U.S. in the world, recognizing the Constitution as the rightful guide for government, and working to "Make America great again."
Consistent with American history and tradition,
as patriotic Americans and members of the
tea party movement, we must continue to boldly
defend what we believe.
We must demand that our elected representatives serve us and the Constitution, rather than their own personal interests and desires for re-election.
We must work tirelessly to promote our principles.
Our challenge is still to enlighten the uninformed
and motivate the uninterested.
By the grace of Divine Providence, we have been given
the opportunity to save America.
We can return to Constitutional principles.
We can restore the rule of law.
We can restore a government of "We, the people."
Our future is in our hands!