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Local Tea Party’s Explore How to Leverage Media for Messaging

Monday, March 12, 2012

 

As the growing Tea Party flexes its political muscles in the 2012 election cycle, many of the leading Central Massachusetts groups are offering some of the leaders in media to discuss how media can be leveraged to support and influence political causes. On Wednesday, the Paxton, Leicester, Rutland, and Holden Tea Party present an innovative program, "Activate the Media for Your Cause."

How Media Can Get the Message Out

"As Conservatives we need to combat the dominant Liberal voices within the media, which are not only published in the Letters To The Editor section of newspapers, but are also present in the transparent ideologies of the establishment media's so called journalists," said Jim McGrath, Co-Chairman Leicester/Paxton/Rutland/Holden Tea Party Group. The event will be held at the Paxton Senior Center and begins at 7:00pm. 

Speaking on Wednesday, March 14th are:

Ken Mandile - President/Co-founder of the Worcester Tea Party. Ken is the President and Owner of Swissturn USA, Inc.

Jim Polito - Host of the #1 rated talk show in Worcester, "The Jim Polito Show". Jim has won several AP awards for journalism as a TV news reporter in Western MA.

Josh Fenton – CEO and Co-Founder of GoLocal Worcester.com and GoLocalProv.com news websites. He is the former Minority leader of the Providence City Council.

Chris Sinacola - Chief Editorial Page Editor for the Worcester Telegram and Gazette and Scrabble champion.

John Weston – John hosts "Conservatively Speaking" every Saturday morning and WCRN and is a co-chair of the Twin City Tea Party

The event will be held at 17 West Street/Route 31. For additional information: www.worcesterteaparty.com/localteaparties.html

 

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