Boston Tea Party - December 16, 1773

Oppose amnesty and demand enforcement of immigration law!




"Silence in the face of evil is itself evil ... Not to speak is to speak.  Not to act is to act."  

                                                                                                 - Dietrich Bonhoeffer

"I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something."

​                                                                                                 -Edward Everett Hale

The Tea Party movement was created to save our nation from an

over-reaching, unaccountable government.
We, the People, Americans who believe in the greatness of America 

and the founding principles of this nation must speak loudly 

and continue to defend our principles boldly and without apology.

Each day presents another opportunity to get America back on the road
to freedom and prosperity.
It is our responsibility to be aware of how our elected representatives acted and voted.  

It is our responsibility to hold our elected representatives ACCOUNTABLE

for the pledges they made and the positions they declared.  

It's not just about what they said.  It's about what they actually did.  

WE need to actively spread the word about smaller government, lower taxes,

and the principles of Constitutionally-limited government.
WE need to stay involved, pay attention, and be active.  
WE need to be willing to contact elected officials, by phone, mail, e-mail, or in person,

and, above all, to remind them why they are there. 
If they stray from their commitments, WE need to show them that we noticed. 

One of the greatest concerns of an elected official is an unhappy public,

one that may not support any future bid at re-election. 

WE must demand that our elected officials implement smaller government,

fiscal responsibility, the end of deficit spending,

and a return to a government guided by Constitutional principles. 
WE need to read the Constitution.  

WE must educate our children, our families, our neighbors, our friends, and anyone else!  

WE must understand and appreciate what makes this country great. 


Track Congressional Votes (

Rep. Schweikert 

Senator Kelly 
Senator Sinema
Other Members of Congress

Contact State of AZ officials

AZ Legislators:  

    State Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita (R-LD23) mugenti-rita

    State Rep. John Kavanagh (R-LD23) jkavanagh

    State Rep. Joseph Chaplik (R-LD23)

Governor Doug Ducey (R)

AZ Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (D)

AZ Treasurer Kimberly Yee (R)

AZ Attorney General Mark Brnovich (R)

AZ Supt. of Schools Kathy Hoffman (D) 

AZ Corporation Commission
       Corporation Commissioners Justin Olson (R), Lea Marquez Peterson (R),

       Jim O'Connor (R), Sandra Kennedy (D), Anna Tovar (D) 

Contact Maricopa County officials

Supervisor Thomas Galvin (R) 


County Attorney Alister Adel (R)

County Recorder Stephen Richer (R)

Contact US House of Representatives


Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D)   

Rep. David Schweikert  (R-CD6)

Rep. Andy Biggs (R-CD5)

Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-CD8) 

Rep. Paul Gosar  (R-CD4)

Contact US Senate


Sen. Mitch McConnell (R), Majority Leader 

Sen. Mark Kelly (D)  202-224-2235   


Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D)  202-224-4521  602-598-7327