North Dakota Tea Party Caucus Announces Statewide Series Of Events

I’ve been critical of the North Dakota Tea Party Caucus in the past, but I do support every possible effort to organize the limited government movement and enact change. And to that end, the NDTPC is holding a series of events across the state to help organize and inform citizens about their group.

Here’s a listing of events, with more information available at the NDTPC website.

All times are 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

July 7 – Grand Forks (Guest House International)
July 14 – Wahpeton (Frying Pan Restaurant 8:00 pm)
TBA- Minot (TBA)
July 21 – Williston (International Inn)
July 28 – Dickinson (exact location tba)
August 4 – Bismarck (Expressway Suites)
August 11 – Jamestown (VFW)
August 18 – Fargo (Expressway Suites)
October – Bismarck (Annual NDTPC Statewide Event)

Show up, make your voice heard and get involved.

Rob Port is the editor of In 2011 he was a finalist for the Watch Dog of the Year from the Sam Adams Alliance and winner of the Americans For Prosperity Award for Online Excellence. In 2013 the Washington Post named SAB one of the nation's top state-based political blogs, and named Rob one of the state's best political reporters.

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  • IsItGoTimeYet?

    Great. Thanks for posting this. I’ve been wanting to find a group of people in North Dakota that are awake. And I mean *truly* awake!! None of this ‘George Bush was the best president ever’ and ‘the US Goverment would never do anything to hurt us’ crap.

    • NobleDar

      We are like minded in that opinion.  We are in real need of the Tea Party events to awaken our state voters and politicians to the facts of life.  ND is being run by a group of big spenders and it must stop, now. 

      I want a special session of our state legislators to revisit the budget and reclaim the allocations across the board and re-allocate it to the states infrastructure and flood prevention.  Our priorities are to our citizens and the state as a whole, some higher education executives are going to need their budgets decreased, and by a lot more than their increase!

      See you all at the meetings.

      PS:  Don’t just go to your local meeting, attend several and get a wide view of what is said across the state and what the priorities are.


      • IsItGoTimeYet?

         A bunch of peole in Texas stormed their state capitol today. It was awesome to watch!
        Do we need to do the same?
        I will probably do Fargo for sure. Then, maybe Grand Forks and Minot, too. Any of you planning to go?
        Are you aware of any groups that gather regularly? I would really, really like to find a group! I feel so alone…

  • I H8 GOPers

    I’d love to be a t the Minot Tea party on TBA so I could hear YOU call for NO FEDERAL FLOOD RECOVERY MONEY!!@!! I wanna film you run for the first time since you were a HS Freshman.

  • Lynn Bergman

    Fellow Tea Party supporters:

    We have proven that we are a loud voice…now we must attend these events, communicate well, and prove we are willing to go to the next step and take action in an organized fashion.

    So put aside which presidential candidate you like and your litmus tests for your fellow conservatives and help us all focus on what we can accomplish together…as a team that agrees on 80% or more of the issues and is willing to let go of that which we disagree on in the cause of SUCCESS.

    • borborygmi

      “We have proven that we are a loud voice”    Other loud voices,  drunk couples fighting, babies crying,  two years throwing a tantrum,  mobs yelling to crucify him,   the drunk bleacher bum complaining about the call, Tea Party Types interrupting town hall meetings…… of course that is just focusing on the negative loud voices…but attending ,communicating , and throwing out the litmus tests(good luck with that one) would be important

  • Guest

    Are the ND tea partiers ready to step up and refuse federal flood assistance and federally subsidized flood insurance?

    Are you ready to stop backing social conservatives like Bachmann?

    • borborygmi

      They wouldn’t dare would they?