Huntley Tea Party Features Pitfalls with Early Voting, Defending Southern Border

A press release from the Huntley Area Tea Party:

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Huntley Area Tea Party

Luncheon Meeting – 1:00 PM*
Wednesday March 5, 2014

*Note: Reduced lunch price starts at 1:00 pm.
$7.89 includes beverage (plus tax)

Voting Integrity & Immigration Security. . .
Two topics and what you can do

There’s more to think about than just choosing a candidate for whom you wish to vote!

We begin with a discussion with Evert Evertsen on some pitfalls of early voting and provisional voting, and the importance of Primary Elections.

An election judge and former Township Supervisor, Evert has done training classes for Poll Watcher and Election Judge across Illinois for individuals and organizations including the Huntley Area Tea Party. Evert will share these important points and some interesting perspectives that we can all benefit from right now.

Then meet Bob and Joan to hear of their first-hand experiences at the U.S./Mexican border, and share their story of adventure while interfacing with U.S. Border Patrol Agents to stop the influx of illegal aliens into our country.

These two volunteer grandparents answered the call to help Arizonans defend their borders against a deluge of invaders.

Assigned to “midnight duty”, standing up against death threats by the notorious MS-13 gang, they were not deterred and returned twice again for MCDC (Minuteman Civil Defense Corps) duty in 2005 and 2006.

The problems of a porous border remain the same today, with illegal aliens coming into our country with no regard for Federal Immigration Laws, and our current weak-willed government disinclined to stop the incursion.

Join us for these two most important messages as we prepare for 2014 elections and help to determine the right course of our sovereign nation, the United States of America.

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1591 S. Randall Rd. Algonquin, IL.

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