Why the Tea Party needs to come to town to be relevant in the next election
As Tea Party members around the nation watch closely the congressmen and women they helped elect either stay true or stray from the slogans that got them there, some within the party are looking to the next election. No movement wants to be one and done and the Tea Party needs to be actively seeking ways to expand its relevance and make more universal its message. But how?
To be a meaningful part of the next election, the Tea Party will have to better articulate how a smaller federal government leads to resilient local communities.