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Grassroots activist training at meeting

October 7, 2012 | By More

Dena Espenscheid, representing American Majority Florida, will be the guest speaker when the Saint Augustine Tea Party meets at the Village Inn restaurant at 900 N Ponce de Leon Boulevard in St Augustine at 6:30 p.m., on Tuesday, October 9.

Espenscheid will be emphasizing how to use new Social Media venues to get out your political message. Her skills include how to answer antagonistic public statements without getting in a shouting match.

“How do you answer someone who says, all Tea Partiers are crazy?” asks Espenscheid. “My presentation will be an abbreviated Grassroots Activist Training with some role playing to show you how.”

American Majority’s goal is to restore American exceptionalism and to help new leaders successfully run a victorious political campaign by providing the tools and resources they will need.

“When you are in a fight for your country, knowing that something is wrong is not enough,” Tea Party Chairman David Heimbold told reporters. “You must do something about the problem — and do it in the most efficient way.”

Heimbold suggests arriving early to get a good seat. You may order food off the menu, a la carte.

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