Kane County Taxpayer Tea Party scheduled for April 15

“It’s Your Government–Get Informed, Get Involved” is the theme of this year’s Kane County Taxpayer Tea Party on Thursday, April 15, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the Kane County Government Plaza at the intersection of Route 31 and Third Street in Geneva.

Scheduled speakers include Dan Proft, Eric Wallace, and Dr. Steve Sauerberg, as well as speakers on the U.S. Constitution, limited government, personal freedom, problems created by political correctness, the potential impact of healthcare legislation, and mounting national debt. Jeff Danklefsen will emcee.

This family-friendly educational event will also offer such activities as patriotic sing-alongs, face painting, and information tables. Those who wish to dress as their favorite founder are encouraged to do so. If time permits, attendees will be able to sign up for one to two minutes at the microphone.

The goals of the event are (1) to educate on our founding principles; (2) to show citizens how they can get involved in government; and (3) to urge our representatives to promote legislation that encourages economic responsibility at the personal, local, state and federal levels.

The Kane County Government Plaza is located at 719 S. Batavia Avenue in Geneva, near the Metra Station, at the intersection of Route 31 and Third Street. The gathering will be on the grassy area near Route 31, away from the historical building and Veterans Memorial.

The tea party is organized by the Conservative Catholic Women’s League–Kane County in conjunction with the Elgin and Aurora tea party groups and other local individuals. CCWL promotes the philosophy of personal responsibility, and is pro-life, pro-family, and pro-Constitution. For more information, visit http://ccwl-kanecounty.blogspot.com or on Facebook at Kane County Taxpayer Tea Party.

Scheduled speakers include:

  • Dan Proft
  • Eric Wallace
  • Dr. Steve Sauerberg
  • Gina Richter of Advocates Network of Kane & Kendall Counties
  • Our Nation’s Founding Principles and the U.S. Constitution
  • Hank Kruse, President of Envision Health Care: Obamacare and the impact on businesses and American families
  • Joel Phillips, Campaign for Liberty
  • Julie Schmidt
  • Cody McCubbin of the Kane County Young Republicans
  • A Concerned Mother
  • Sherry Pierce of Aurora Tea Patriots
  • Todd Hartwell of Elgin Tea
  • Pete Malone on Fair Tax

May be able to attend:

  • Adam Andrzejewski
  • State Senator Chris Lauzen
  • State Senator Randy Hultgren

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