About the West Chester Tea Party

The West Chester Tea Party is a grassroots, non-partisan organization of private citizens united by our shared values and our beliefs that the government, on all levels, should be the servant of the people, not their master.


Our Tea Party was formed to support our beliefs in:

– Limited Constitutional Government
– Fiscal Responsibility
– Free Markets

Our mission is to organize like-minded individuals, to educate and inform others based on our three core values, to secure public policy consistent with those values, and to positively affect the outcome of elections.

The West Chester Tea Party started shortly after the Cincinnati Tea Party in March of 2009.  We are affiliated with the Cincinnati Tea Party and the Ohio Liberty Coalition.

Concerned citizens of West Chester, Ohio, are uniting around our common concerns that government and politicians, for a great many years, have been bleeding away our unalienable rights, and ignoring our protests. These are the forces that brought so many people together and subsequently created the West Chester Community Group of the Cincinnati Tea Party.

Why do we gather each month?
The West Chester Tea Party meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.  Every month we gather together to support each other through continuing education about our Republic and it’s Constitutional form of government, as well as our understanding of the myriad issues that effect each of us every day.

We will remind our elected officials that our unalienable rights to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness have not been forgotten, and we will not give them up! On this point we are willing to fight!

Protecting the interests of our families now and for subsequent generations requires that we take a stand! Or, we should be prepared to hold our heads in shame for not standing up to be counted? We are at the crossroads of our nation’s future, are you willing to stand with us to make a difference?

And if not now, when?
We humbly follow in the footsteps of far greater men who sought to preserve and protect our “shining city upon a hill”, and know, as Benjamin Franklin has reminded us, “If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write something worth reading or do things worth the writing”.

Are you willing to fight for what you believe? Will you do something “worth the writing”? If you care, please explore our website and consider joining us in a cause that is vital to the preservation of our Nation.

Take a stand for your values and become involved in the political process at the local, state and federal level. Help secure the blessings of FREEDOM & LIBERTY for your children and grandchildren!

Our Founding FathersOur Founding Fathers
Dedicated to that generation of resolute Americans we call the Founding Fathers, they created the first free people to survive as a nation in modern times.

They wrote a new kind of Constitution, which is now the oldest in existence.

They built a new kind of commonwealth designed as a model for the whole human race.

They believed it was thoroughly possible to create a new kind of civilization, providing freedom, equality and justice for all.

They envisioned a vast commonwealth of freedom which would encompass all North America, and accommodate, as John Adams said, “two to three hundred million freemen.”

They created an expansive new cultural climate that gave eagle’s wings to the human spirit.

They encouraged exploration and technology to reveal the secrets of the universe.

They built a free-enterprise culture to promote millions of jobs and unprecedented prosperity.

They invented, for the world as well as themselves, a whole new formula for happiness and success.

They offered the human race a potential future filled with the ultimate hope of the human heart – a world of universal freedom, universal prosperity, and universal peace.

Read the Constitution
Read the Declaration of Independence
Read the Federalist Papers
Read Thomas Paine’s Common Sense

Thomas Paine

“We in America do not have a government by the majority. We have a government by the majority who participate.”  Thomas Jefferson

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