Friday, October 29, 2010


After you vote, join us at 5:30 p.m. on the West Front Lawn of the Capitol (facing the Mall), where we will assemble to make our stand in the name of We the People.
The cameras will be rolling when we plant the Tea Party Patriots special edition of the historic Gadsden flag (wait until you see this!) the American flag, and the Tea Party Patriots banner.
Come stand shoulder-to-shoulder with us as we reclaim the Capitol in the name of the citizens of the United States of America.
This important and symbolic event will send the message to the politicians that regardless of the results, we intend to claim the country for the citizens, and NOT for any political party.
Help us send a message to the politicians: Washington, DC and the nation belong to the people once again!


7:00 - 11:00 p.m. Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill

After the Reclaiming the Capitol ceremony, we'll head over to the Hyatt on Capitol Hill for an unforgettable night of Tea Party Patriots fun, festivities, and election watching.
In true tea party fashion we'll host a sign making party for room decorating.
Ava Aston will sing "We the People" and other great songs throughout the evening. A delicious buffet will be served, a no-host bar will be available. Dress is a casual - the atmosphere relaxed.
We worked so hard to get here - now it's time to have some fun!
We'll watch the election returns on two 50" screens. Wireless access will be available for web browsing and chatting with friends. We'll use the latest technology to bring you up-to-the minute election results.
Join us, hang out with your friends, and watch the change sweeping the nation as the results pour in.
The national network and cable news outfits will be broadcasting from the party all evening long - let's give them plenty of people celebrating to cover!

Before you come, make sure you've voted . . . and then join us for what is sure to be a historic evening!

Election Day Rally at 5:30pm
November 2, 2010
Washington, DC West Lawn of Capitol

Election Night Party 6:30 pm
Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill
400 New Jersey NW
Washington, DC

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