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It does not take a majority to prevail... but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men.  -- Samuel Adams


Samuel Adams was right.  The Tea Party movement has proven that when concerned citizens speak out they are a force to be reckoned with.  Whether it's staging local rallies, questioning representatives at townhall meetings, or marching on Washington, the Tea Party has established itself as a voice that won't be silenced.


There are many ways you can get involved and help put the government back on track. 


Donate
Donate to the Morris County Tea Party and help fund our activities.  Not everyone has the time to volunteer so consider making a donation and contribute to the cause with your financial support.

 Advocate & Educate
Become an advocate for the Tea Party values of fiscal responsibility, limited government and free markets.  Polls show that most Americans agree with these core values.  So speak up, talk with your family, friends, co-workers, and children about why these ideas are important, and how they make our country strong, prosperous and free.

Contact Your Government Officials
Pick up a pen, fire up the keyboard, or hit speed dial to develop a relationship with your elected representative!  Let them know what you think while being polite and articulate.  For every personalized letter or fax received by a congressmen, it's estimated that there are another 5000 constituents who feel the same way but didn't take the time to write.  So get busy! 

Click here for a guide to writing an effective constituent letter.


Write A Letter to the Editor

Does your local newspaper tell only one side of the story?  Write a letter the the editor and let them know!  By doing so you will help influence the way the editors think about the news, and provide their audience with much needed editorial balance.

Click here for a guide to writing an effective letter to the editor. 

 

Participate in MCTP Activities

Come to a MCTP general membership meeting (which usually occur on the 2nd Wednesday of the month either at the Morris County Library in Whippany or the Mason's Lodge in Morristown, join a committee, or participate on a project team.  Best of all, become a Member and help the grassroots grow!


Join or Host A Chapter
If you have friends and neighbors who would like to be involved in the grassroots movement, consider hosting your own Small Group meeting.  We'll help you get things rolling by providing support and resources.  There are several Chapters already established in various New Jersey towns.  For more information about our Chapters program contact  info@morriscountyteaparty.org
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