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Bachmann to Join Palin at National Tea Party Convention

The Minnesota Independent reports that Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) is scheduled to join previously announced headliner Sarah Palin at the National Tea Party

William Willis
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Last updated: Jul 31, 2020 | Nov 25, 2009

The Minnesota Independent reports that Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) is scheduled to join previously announced headliner Sarah Palin at the National Tea Party Convention to be held Feb. 4-6  at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tenn.

From The Minnesota Independent:

[O]rganizers of the National Tea Party Convention tweeted that Bachmann would be a speaker at the Feb. 4–6 event in Nashville. Palin keynotes the convention, which is “aimed at bringing the Tea Party Movement leaders together from around the nation for the purpose of networking and supporting the movements’ multiple organizations principle goals.”

The Nashville Post reports that Palin’s keynote address will be closed to the press.

Tickets for the convention are available for the bargain price of $549. The fine people at the Opryland inform me that the ticket does not include the price of the hotel, where a three-night package starts at $436.99. You’d better book soon, because the Opryland reservations agent told me that just 160 of the hotel’s 2,881 rooms remain available as of this morning.

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