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Tea Party Silent no More 10 August, 2009

Posted by David Anderson in Dover, Event.
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Photo By Maria Evans of DelawarePolitics.net

For videos and more pictures go to DelawarePolitics.net

The event was well attended. I don’t know how many people were present do to the fluid nature of the event. I counted around 500 at one point, but with it being a 4 hour event that was only a snap shot I have heard 750 or more. We had the pleasure of meeting scores of our readers and a few of our commenters. That was one of my highlights. Thank you all for attending and a great number of you for participating in our Delaware Politics survey. Maria will tell us if we found Waldo, the insurance lobbyist (who liberals say is behind the movement) at the rally. He certainly forgot to charter the bus or give organizational grants. Hey, Waldo send your grant forms to depolitics@gmail.com and we will get them out to everyone. (I won’t hold my breath.)

The people who attended were a credit to Dover and the movement. They had spirit but weren’t rowdy. They were attentive, passionate, and looking for information. Book sales were the hot item. I don’t think any one could keep the 5000 year leap or Glen Beck’s Common Sense around for long. I am going to give a review on the 5000 year leap that I obtained in the future. What really impressed me was the way the people took care of the grounds. I had been to many rallies, but this was one of neatest. People picked up after themselves by the time it was over all we had to do was pack up and leave. I didn’t see one piece of trash.

Don’t Forget Your Tea Party 13 April, 2009

Posted by David Anderson in Action Item, Economic Policy, Event, Revolutionary Reform, Taxpayer rights.
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Do you believe in power to the people not the plutocracy? You have plenty of company. Attend a tea party to show your support for fiscal sanity. This event is non partisan. Of course I think that after you get educated you should make it count and be partisan for those who stand up for you. Have a great tax day. I hope that you had no unpleasant surprises.

Dover
Legislative Mall on the Green
4:00 – 6:00 PM

Georgetown
The Circle
12:00 – 2:00 PM

Laurel
Janosik Park
4:00 – 7:00 PM

Wilmington
The Riverfront
4:00 – 6:30 PM

Middletown
Middletown Town Square
4:00 – 6:00 PM

A reminder that May is Military Family Appreciation Month 10 May, 2008

Posted by David Anderson in Action Item, Event, Tributes.
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Updated:

Friday was Military Spouse Appreciation Day.  Military child day is coming up.  V-E Day anniversary is today.  Memorial Day caps out the month.  This is a good month to do something positive for the troops and families who are the champions of liberty.  Read the following post from http://www.americasupportsyou.mil .

Thank you for every bit of your help and affection. On the toughest of days it is the letters from complete strangers that do the most to lift my morale. You have done more than you can ever imagine.
SSgt, USMC, Saginaw, Mich.

I encourage everyone to go to that website and leave your own short message.  If everyone who reads this blog does, we can encourage hundreds of our personnel.  This month let us commit to honoring the fallen and valuing the living.

Thanks,

David

Reagan Day is Feb. 6 26 January, 2008

Posted by David Anderson in Event, Tributes.
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The General Assembly passed Senate Concurrent Resolution 32 by Senator Colin Bonini, which designates February 6th of 2008 as Reagan Day.  This Great leader and Friend of the taxpayer is being honored by a bipartisan show of support.  The Resolution was cosponsored by Democrats like Senators Bunting and Venables and passed unanimously.  The resolution was promoted by Delaware Taxpayers’ Coalition and Stop overTaxing Our People.   STOP is also working on a permanent Reagan Day Law.  The city of Dover is also likely to make a similar proclamation this Monday at the behest of our STOP Chairman David Anderson.

http://legis.delaware.gov/LIS/lis144.nsf/vwLegislation/SCR+32/$file/legis.html?open

Local Debate Party Jan. 30 24 January, 2008

Posted by David Anderson in Election 2008, Event.
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Announcing a new event for Southern Delaware For Huckabee!

What: HUCKABEE RALLY & DEBATE WATCHING PARTY!

When: Wednesday, January 30, 7:30 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Event Description: The Southern Delaware for Huckabee Meetup group invites you & your friends to Grotto’s Grand Slam restaurant near Rehoboth on Wed, Jan 30th for a rally & to watch the final Republican Presidential Debate before the Delaware primary. The rally begins at 7:30. The debate is live on CNN beginning at 8pm.

We’ll have information on how you can get involved to help Gov. Huckabee win Delaware on Tuesday, Feb 5th. We’ll also have yard signs, bumper stickers, and push cards.

There is no charge to attend. Food & beverages will be available for purchase from the Grotto menu.

Please pass along this info to your friends!

Learn more here:
http://mikehuckabee.meetup.com/250/calendar/7187372/

Governor Huckabee won straw poll in Delaware 22 January, 2008

Posted by David Anderson in Election 2008, Event, federal.
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Sussex County Republicans had a great event last Monday.  It was a proxy presidential debate with Delaware campaign representatives.  State Vice Chair Vance Phillips and i represented Gov. Huckabee.  The Governor won.  We had scores of signs taken and several sign ups.  There was a rally last night.  Join the team in Delaware.  Email me davidlevianderson@gmail.com

The Huckaboom in Delaware. Come to the meet up. 8 January, 2008

Posted by David Anderson in Action Item, Election 2008, Event.
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Thursday at 8:00 pm at Watermark Productions 103 Maple Street Milford, DE. There will be a meet up for Governor Mike Huckabee.  STOP Chairman and Huckabee’s Delaware Steering Committee member David Anderson will give a short presentation and answer questions.  Snacks will be provided and we will have open discussion.  Signs will be available.  Whomever is interested will be welcomed to watch Thursday’s debate on large projection.

UPDATE:  State GOP Vice Chair and Huckabee Rep for Delaware will tell about his experience in Iowa with Gov. Huckabee @ 830. 

Let’s get organized Delaware.  We can be win this if we get together.

Contact davidlevianderson@gmail.com

8Dec07–28th district special election is a unique opportunity–edorsement of Christine Malec 3 December, 2007

Posted by David Anderson in Action Item, Event, Local, State.
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The 28th district which covers Smyrna through North Eastern Dover is voting December 8th, 2007. It will be easy to forget this election on a Saturday during the Christmas season. Let me give you a few reasons why you shouldn’t.

Christine Malec has been a friend of the taxpayer and is in line with the goals of Stop overTaxing Our People. She has pledged that she will not vote for a tax increase this term. Her over all philosophy is one of government serving the people not the people serving the government.

She is solidly pro-family in both her policy and her life. She is a small businesswoman and understands the local economy. She is a reformer. She not only favors the open government initiatives, but favors the right of referendum. She has proven herself as a diligent public servant willing to listen to the people on the smyrna school board.

Christine Malec is one of the few candidates that make me take special notice. I feel that she is a rare find. Please give her the chance to serve. We need about 15 more like her, but let’s start with this one. Don’t forget this election. It is too unique an opportunity.

Dover Civic Center Group holds public forum. 22 October, 2007

Posted by David Anderson in Event.
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Here is a flyer we got verbaitim.  Come learn more about the Delaware Civic Center Arena Monday, October 22, 20076:30pm-7:30pmOutlook Room at the Duncan Center500 West Loockermann Street 

  • The Delaware Civic Center Arena being proposed for Kent County will be located near Sam’s Club here in Dover.
  • The Delaware Civic Center Arena will be a multipurpose arena that will be home to a minor league hockey team and the Delaware State University men and women’s basketball teams.
  • Global Spectrum, the current manager of the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, will manage the Delaware Civic Center Arena and bring a variety of shows and concerts to the facility.
  • The Delaware Civic Center will create more jobs and an economic boost to our economy.

 *This public forum is being hosted by The Greater Dover Committee in an effort to further educate the public about this project.  Come learn more about the Delaware Civic Center Arena from Global Spectrum and have all your questions answered by the experts  This event is free and open to the public.  Please plan to attend.  Everyone is welcome.  Light refreshments will be served.

Action Meeting for Keeping Our Roads 11 January, 2007

Posted by stoptaxing in Action Item, Event, State.
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We will be discussing a plan of action to keep our toll roads in the hands of Delawareans.  Pizza will be available.  The location will be Christian Life Center 614  S. DuPont Hwy.  Dover, DE on January 18th, 2007 @ 6:30 to 7:30.

Canceled/Candidates’ Night

We are extending an invitation to you to participate a special candidates night from 6:30 to 7:30 pm on January 18th, 2007 @ Christian Life Center 614 S. DuPont Hwy
Dover, DE 19901 by the Buggy Carwash and across from Winner Ford. Bring your questions and let’s make this a success.

The event will be moderated by Mr. Dennis Jones former news director of WDOV. Questions will be received form the audience as well as the ones attached. Each candidate will have a 3 minute opening and a 2 minute closing statement. 90 seconds will be allotted for each question’s answer. You may use all of it or save some for a possible rebuttal upon request. The moderator may seek clarification at his discretion from either a candidate or questioner. Candidates are requested not to question each other directly. The round will consist of opening statements, the second will consist of the written questions from the committee. The Third will consist of audience questions. The final round will be closing statements.