ENTIRE PARIS TEA PARTY PATRIOTS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE RESIGNS, INDIVIDUALLY ENDORSE ERWIN CAIN
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(Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010) The entire Paris Tea Party Patriots Executive Board submitted their resignation over the past week and individually endorsed Republican Erwin Cain for State Representative. This action comes as the founder of the organization, Janet Post, has embraced candidates diametrically opposed to the principles which the former organization was founded to support. This action effectively dissolves the entity and lays the groundwork to launch a new organization wholly focused on promoting conservative principles.
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