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The meeting came to order at 7 PM at the Louisa County Public Library, by our coordinator, Jack Bertron. After the prayer, said by PONCH and the pledge, the first order of business was the secretary's report, which was given by Joanne Boenig. The treasurer's report was given at the end of the meeting by Frank Vayo. Our kitty has as of last months meeting a total of $420.62.

The next order of business Bob Keeler spoke about rebuilding the tea party and having brochures for candidates that will be running. We had two other visiting tea party members give a pep talk on how the tea party cannot give up. Furthermore, how we should encourage seniors from the high school to do community service to help promote conservative candidates. It was also mention that the NRA was having an event in Fredericksburg with  the VCDL for the upcoming weekend.

PONCH then address the group about getting together to vote for Ed Gillespie. We need to back Ed for governor, for there is no other candidate that could win the election against the Democratic candidate. Gillespie is our only choice if we don't want our state to be governed by the candidate for the Democratic Party.

Finally, Jack Bertron, introduced our guest speaker of the evening Chuck Smith. Chuck, from Virginia Beach, is a conservative republican who ran for Attorney General against John Adams. Chuck Smith spoke about his experience in the Marine Corps and the North Carolina Central Jag School from which he practiced immigration law for 38 years. He spoke about how our constitution is at risk and how our country needs to get back to its values. Also, he spoke about how important it is for our immigration laws to be enforced. After Chuck's presentation, our meeting came to a close.


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