Tennessee Town Hall Web Site Launches

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NASHVILLE - Tea Party Cooperative, www.teapartycoop.com and Change The Congress In 2010, www.changethecongressin2010.com are pleased to announce the launching of our joint Tennessee Town Hall website forum at www.tntownhall.com.

TN Town Hall will be the nations first, online, on going, public forum, where all 2010 midterm election candidates in Tennessee have been invited to participate regardless of party affiliation.

Questions will be asked of both gubernatorial and US House candidates. Starting on November 1, and every two weeks thereafter, we will post a new question to the candidates on the forum.

The forum will then be open for the candidates to reply and the membership of TPC to post follow up questions. A total of 25 questions will be asked leading right up to the 2010 election.

Talk radio personalities, journalists, blogger’s, and the TPC general membership will submit questions.

This unique approach, aimed at informing the electorate should be of benefit to all Tennesseeans allowing them to get to know the candidates and their platforms in this critical election.

Tea Party Cooperative, or TPC, is a non-partisan, user driven organization for all tea party, issue oriented, and freedom fighting groups operating in the state.

It is both a reference site and networking portal aimed at unifying and educating concerned citizens from across Tennessee.

Membership is open to all and you must register on the site to be able to participate in the TN Town Hall forum. Please visit www.teapartycoop.com for more details.

Change The Congress In 2010, is a national, non-partisan group focused on identifying incumbent candidates and new candidates running for office in 2010. We will evaluate voting records, discuss issues, and conduct online voting polls.

Our goal is to reach 40 million Americans willing to stand together and say we’re taking back our county – one Congressional seat at a time! Please visit www.changethecongressin2010.com for more details.
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