Pennsylvania’s Kitchen Table Patriots have joined with American Majority Action, a Virginia-based non-profit, to open one of two physical offices — “People’s Headquarters” — to offer tea partiers infrastructure in order to bolster voter awareness and turnout on November 2.
The Kitchen Table Patriots inaugurated their new headquarters in Doylestown earlier this evening, hosting a variety of speakers and a crowd of more than 200 before a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the two story office featuring nearly a dozen laptop-telephone work stations.
Battle ‘10 was there for the event. We’ll be posting videos and analysis of some of the speeches tomorrow afternoon. In the mean time, here are four short clips from attendees:
Kevin Kelly, a strident critic of Philadelphia’s establishment Republican leadership, on the importance of the Tea Party in the 2010 elections:
Robert Allen Mansfield, a retired army veteran and erstwhile candidate for governor, on what motivates his involvement with Tea Party activism:
Jacklyn Hanson, a 15 year-old student, hopes more politicians will focusing on the Founding Fathers:
Brenda Bossard, a local public school teacher, relates her involvement with the Tea Party movement to her experience of public schools attitude toward Constitution Day: