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Fredericksburg Tea Party Hosts Candidate Training Workshop
Wednesday, August 3, 2011 • Posted August 3, 2011

Fredericksburg, TX. July 25, 2011 – The Fredericksburg Tea Party and American Majority are pleased to announce Candidate Training that will provide citizens with the tools necessary to win elections and implement limited government and free market principles. Anyone interested in becoming a candidate for public office or a key campaign volunteer is welcome to register and attend.The training will take place on Tuesday, August 9th at the Fredericksburg Brewing Company, 245 E. Main St in Fredericksburg, TX. The event will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m. and end at 8:30 p.m. Registration begins at 5 p.m. Registration is $25 per person and includes training materials. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged and is available at www.fredericksburgteaparty.org.“Our nation was founded by ordinary citizen activists desiring a government that was accountable to the people,” states instructor Raz Shafer of American Majority. “Today, ordinary citizens across our nation are tired of the status quo and ready to engage for the betterment of their communities. American Majority’s political training addresses these passions by providing education and resources to help you meet your goals.”

Topics to be covered during the training include:

* Precinct Work: Organizing your precinct and setting a battle plan to win elections.

* How To Run For Office – Part 1: Organizing your political campaign and building a battle plan.

* How To Run For Office – Part 2: Implementing freedom and winning elections.

This is the only American Majority candidate training scheduled in the Texas Hill Country. Prospective candidates from across the hill country are encouraged to attend.The Fredericksburg Tea Party is non-partisan and does not endorse any political party or candidate. Our mission is to educate voters and to encourage the return of the government to the ideals of the Founders as defined in the Constitution. We welcome all like-minded individuals regardless of their party affiliation

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