Tea Party Express Mobile Phone Center Bus Debuts in Texas

Dallas, TX – Tea Party Express, the nation’s largest tea party political action committee, is bringing its Mobile Phone Center Bus through Texas this Monday and Tuesday for a Get Out the Vote push leading up to the state’s U.S. Senate primary on May 29th. The bus will be making its debut in Dallas with Ted Cruz on Monday and then go onto Wichita Falls. The bus will then stop in Lubbock and Amarillo on Election Day.

Monday May 28th

Dallas 11:00-1:00 pm w/ Ted Cruz
Holiday Inn Dallas-Richardson
1655 North Central Expressway
Richardson, TX 75080

Wichita Falls 5:00-6:30 pm
Louis Vann Insurance, State Farm
3907 Kell Blvd Ste A
Wichita Falls, TX 76308-1520

Tuesday May 29th

Lubbock 10:00 -11:15 am
ASCO Office Building
2102 E Slaton Highway
Lubbock, TX 79404

Amarillo 1:30- 3:00 pm
ASCO Office Building
7576 I-40 East
Amarillo, TX 79118

Amy Kremer, Chairman of Tea Party Express, said, “This election cycle brings us to a very critical intersection. We can follow down the road of Obama who continues to expand the government on the backs of innovators and job creators, or we can restore the economic liberties, allowing the private sector to help us grow out of this recession. We believe in the latter, and Texas presents an opportunity to elect a true conservative who is qualified and ready to implement the pro-growth free market policies our nation needs.

“Reagan always said the power of a democracy is in an informed and engaged electorate. The Mobile Phone Center Bus is one of our ways to create just that. Ted Cruz, along with local Tea Party volunteers, will be joining us to utilize this state-of-the-art technology to make calls to voters. We will have 15 workstations on the bus, each with its own laptop and headset. Volunteers will have the opportunity to call their fellow Texans, share Cruz’s conservative credentials, and encourage voters to turnout at the polls,” Kremer concluded.

After Texas the Mobile Phone Center bus will travel to Wisconsin where to engage voters in the Wisconsin recall election set for June 5th.