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List of Tea Party protests, 2010 is a chronological list of Tea Party protests in 2010 that have been reported in reliable sources. There were many other protests reported in sources not considered reliable; those are not listed here.
January [ edit ]
January 2, Alamogordo, New Mexico – More than 200 voiced their frustration with the Obama administration.
[1 ] January 6, Roanoke, Virginia - About 50 protested proposed health care reform.
[2 ] January 13, Annapolis, Maryland - Hundreds protested the Maryland government's fiscal mismanagement.
[3 ] January 16, Caledonia, Wisconsin - Motivated by government distrust, more than 1,500 people turned out for a Tea Party protest.
[4 ] January 16, Troy, Michigan - Several hundred protested health care reform and denounced the "people in Washington".
[5 ] January 28, Buena Park, California - More than 200 rallied to hear
Michele Bachmann speak against increases in government spending, against bailouts, and against proposed health care reform. [6 ] January 28, Tampa, Florida - Several hundred protested a rail project as wasteful spending.
February [ edit ]
February 3, Lansing, Michigan - About 400 sent an anti-tax, limited government message.
[8 ] February 4–6, Nashville, Tennessee - A National Tea Party Convention was held by the
Tea Party Nation, one of the many Tea Party groups. Approximately 600 delegates attended training sessions designed to turn the passion of protests into political gains in the November elections. [9 ] [10 ] Sarah Palin gave the closing keynote speech. [11 ] February 13, Orlando, Florida - Nearly 1,000 protested what they see as out of control government spending and higher taxes.
[12 ] February 15, Hamilton, Montana - More than 50 vented their frustration with the federal government.
[13 ] February 15, Olympia, Washington - An estimated 3,000 people protested state tax increases.
[14 ] February 20
Stamford, Connecticut - Dozens rallied against proposed health care legislation and big government.
[15 ] Wichita, Kansas - 2,500 rallied as a sign of how upset they are with government.
[16 ] February 21, El Cajon, California - About 1,000 expressed frustration over taxes and health care reform.
[17 ] February 24, Cincinnati, Ohio - About 100 attend Tea Party rally in West Chester.
[18 ] February 27, Brighton, England - More than 300 attended the first Tea Party in Britain.
February 27 was the first anniversary of Tea Party protests.
Albuquerque, New Mexico -
Albuquerque Tea Party hosted public forum Chattanooga, Tennessee -
About 300 to 500 attend the Chattanooga Tea Party's first LiberTea Debate Dallas, Texas -
About 2,000 Daytona Beach, Florida -
Biker Tea Party Hartford, Connecticut -
Between 300 and 400 Independence, Iowa -
About 80 Rapid City, South Dakota -
Citizens for Liberty hosted the 2010 South Dakota Tea Party Summit Richland, Washington -
The Tri-Cities Freedom Warriors celebrates anniversary Riley, Kansas -
More than 125 San Diego, California -
A few hundred Seattle, Washington -
About 250 St. Louis, Missouri -
Nearly 500 Temecula, California -
About a couple hundred Thousand Oaks, California -
About 60 Virginia Beach, Virginia -
March 2, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida -
About 100 attend the first meeting of the new Ponte Vedra Beach Tea Party March 2, St. Louis, Missouri -
Several thousand celebrated the one-year anniversary of their first Tea Party March 3, Helena, Montana -
About 130 decry state spending increase March 4, Redlands, California -
Redlands Tea Party holds forum March 5
Mill Valley, California -
More than 600 attend tea party Naples, Florida -
About 100 attend candlelight vigil protest March 8, Glenside, Pennsylvania -
More than 200 protested Obama's health care speech March 9
March 14, Seymour, Indiana -
Tea Party protesters rallied against health care bill March 16. There were protests in Washington, DC and many other locations against proposed health care reform.
Washington, DC -
Between 500 and 1,000 Bel Air, Maryland -
About 200 Lowell, Massachusetts -
More than 50 Panama City, Florida -
More than 150 Savannah, Georgia -
More than 50 Schaumburg, Illinois -
Several hundred Tupelo, Mississippi -
130 Waterville, Maine -
About 70 Wausau, Wisconsin -
50 to 60 cars and trucks “Honked Against Health Care” Yakima, Washington -
About 100 of the Yakima Tea Party encourage political activeness March 17, Vancouver, Washington -
More than 100 rally outside Rep. Brian Baird's Vancouver office March 18, Duluth, Minnesota -
Tea Party rally held outside Rep. Jim Oberstar's office March 19
March 20. More protests against health care reform on the eve of a vote in the House of Representatives.
March 21, Dover, New Hampshire -
More than 50 protested health care reform March 25, Rocky Mount, North Carolina -
More than 400 attended a Tea Party rally March 26, Tucson, Arizona -
About 800 gathered to plan how to repeal health care reform March 27
March 29, Lakewood, New York -
Southern Tier TEA Party Patriots hold event
April 2, Charlotte, North Carolina -
About 250 protested health care overhaul April 3, Sonoita, Arizona -
More than 400 rallied against big government April 10
Bowling Green, Kentucky -
Tea party group encourages voters to be informed at Western Kentucky University Dayton, Ohio -
Thousands rally in the Dayton suburb of Fairborn Jefferson City, Missouri -
About 400 attend rally at Missouri's state capital Lincoln, Nebraska -
About 1,500 rally at Nebraska's state capital April 14, Post Falls, Idaho -
About 2,500 attend rally April 15 - Tax Day Tea Parties drew thousands across the nation.
[20 ] [21 ] There were some 2,000 protests across the country. [22 ] [23 ]
Abilene, Texas -
Hundreds rally Albuquerque, New Mexico -
Several thousand rallied against taxes, unchecked government spending and health care reform. Amarillo, Texas -
About 1,800 Anchorage, Alaska -
Hundreds rally Ann Arbor, Michigan - 500 protested taxes and health care reform.
[24 ] Appleton, Wisconsin - 500 to 600.
[25 ] Astoria, Oregon -
About 200 Atlanta, Georgia -
About 3,000 Augusta, Georgia -
1,200 to 1,500 Augusta, Maine -
Hundreds rally Austin, Texas - About 300 protested big federal government.
[26 ] Baton Rouge, Louisiana -
About 1,000 Beaumont, Texas -
About 2,500 Bellingham, Washington -
Thousands rally Belvidere, New Jerssy - About 300 rallied for fiscal responsibility and smaller government.
[27 ] Billings, Montana -
About 200 Boise, Idaho -
About 2,000 Bowling Green, Kentucky - About 250 rallied against reckless spending.
[28 ] Brighton, Michigan - More than 500 protested big government, health-care reform and high taxes.
[29 ] Caro, Michigan - About 30.
[30 ] Carson City, Nevada -
About 600 Charleston, West Virginia -
About 200 Charlotte, North Carolina -
About 1,000 Cheyenne, Wyoming -
Hundreds rally Chicago, Illinois - 1,500 set their sights on the November elections.
[31 ] Chowchilla, California - Hundreds held a Freedom Rally.
[32 ] Cincinnati, Ohio -
Thousands rally Clackamas, Oregon -
Tea party holds rally Clayton, Missouri - About 500 rallied for smaller government and against the health care law.
[33 ] Cody, Wyoming -
Tea Party holds rally Colorado Springs, Colorado -
About 2,000 Columbia, South Carolina -
About 1,000 Columbus, Georgia - 230 opposed out-of-control growth in federal spending and government power.
[34 ] Columbus, Ohio -
Thousands rally Concord, New Hampshire -
Hundreds rally Cumberland,Maryland- 100 people attended
Decatur, Illinois -
About 100 Denver, Colorado -
About 2,000 Des Moines, Iowa - More than 1,000 rallied for less government and less spending.
[35 ] Dover, Delaware - Several hundred decried the policies of congressional Democrats, including the health care reform law.
[36 ] Dubuque, Iowa - Hundreds talked about fiscal responsibility and free markets.
[37 ] Effingham, Washington - More than 700 were advised to "put down the protest signs and pick up campaign signs.”
[38 ] El Paso, Texas -
About 4,000 Eugene, Oregon -
Tea party holds rally Evansville, Indiana - More than 300.
[39 ] Everett, Washington -
About 500 Fairbanks, Alaska -
More than 50 Florence, Alabama - Protesters are frustrated with the direction of government.
[40 ] Fort Collins, Colorado - About 1500 protested an out-of-control federal government.
[41 ] Fort Lauderdale, Florida - More than 1,000 railed against government spending and the new healthcare law.
[42 ] Fremont, Washington -
About 200 Gainesville, Florida - Hundreds rallied against out of control spending.
[43 ] Genesee, New York - About 1,000.
[44 ] Gilbert, Arizona - Thousands.
[45 ] Grand Junction, Colorado -
About 1,500 Grand Prairie, Texas - More than 7,000 protested a government that reaches too far into Americans' lives.
[46 ] [47 ] Grand Rapids, Michigan - Hundreds rallied for limited government.
[48 ] Greensboro, North Carolina -
About 2,000 Greenville, South Carolina - 400 rallied to rein in government spending and to limit government intrusion into citizens' lives.
[49 ] Grennwich, Connecticut - 200 rallied against government spending and debt.
[50 ] Hartford, Connecticut - About 1200 rallied for less government.
[51 ] Hattiesburg, Mississippi -
About 200 Helena, Montana -
About 150 Henderson, Kentucky - About 750.
[52 ] Honolulu, Hawaii -
Hundreds rally Hornell, New York - Hundreds protested taxes and high government spending.
[53 ] Houston, Texas -
About 6,000 Hudsonville, Michigan - Hundreds rallied for limited government.
[48 ] Huntsville, Alabama - 2,500 protested big government and expanded government health care.
[54 ] Idaho Falls, Idaho -
About 100 Indianapolis, Indiana -
About 3,000 [55 ] Iowa City, Iowa -
About 300 Irvine, California - 400 protested spending and the health care plan - but with a festive tone.
[56 ] Issaqua, Washington - About 100.
[57 ] Jackson, Mississippi -
Tea party holds rally Jamestown, North Dakota -
About 200 Joliet, Illinois -
About 300 Kansas City, Kansas - About 5,000.
[58 ] La Habra, California - About 150.
[56 ] Lafayette, Indiana - Hundreds protested unfair taxation, big government, and the health care reform law.
[59 ] Lansing, Michigan - More than 1,000 protested government overspending and health care reform.
[60 ] [61 ] Las Vegas, Nevada - About 300 opposed higher taxes and government spending.
[62 ] Lincoln, Nebraska - About 100 braved torrential rain and rallied against government overspending and for a return to Constitutional principles
[63 ] Lisbon, Ohio -
About 200 Little Rock, Arkansas -
Thousands rally Louisville, Kentucky -
Hundreds rally Madison, Wisconsin - Thousands protested government spending and higher taxes.
[64 ] Manchester, New Hampshire - 500 to 600 protested taxes and the federal deficit.
[65 ] Mason City, Iowa -
Hundreds rally Memphis, Tennessee -
200 to 300 Mission Viejo, California - About 250 rallied against taxes, health care reform and illegal immigration.
[66 ] Mobile, Alabama -
Tea party rally held Montgomery, Alabama - More than 1,000 said they want less government, less spending and more respect for the constitution.
[67 ] Montpelier, Vermont -
About 100 Morristown, New Jersey - About 1,200 rallied against unchecked growth of the federal government.
[68 ] Mt. Vernon, Illinois -
About 200 Muskogee, Oklahoma -
About 350 Naperville, Illinois - About 500 protested tax increases and reckless government spending.
[69 ] Naples, Florida - Thousands rallied.
[70 ] Nashville, Tennessee -
About 200 New City, New York - About 175 attended a Rally for America.
[71 ] New York, New York - Hundreds protested everything from taxes to the role of government.
[72 ] Norfolk, Virginia - Hundreds railed about the need to change leadership.
[73 ] Norwich, Connecticut - Several hundred expressed anger over the direction of the country.
[74 ] Oceanside, California -
2,000 to 3,000 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -
About 1,200 Olympia, Washington - Roughly 3,000 protested government spending.
[75 ] Omaha, Nebraska -
Hundreds rally Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -
About 150 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -
About 2,000 Phoenixville, Pennsylvania - Hundreds protested high taxes, growing deficits, and the new health care reform act.
[76 ] Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Nearly 2,000 protested U.S. government policies from health care to taxes.
[77 ] Pleasanton, California - Around 10,000 protested government spending, mounting debt, and the national health care law.
[78 ] Port Huron, Michigan - Hundreds protested federal spending and advocated for smaller government.
[79 ] Port St. Lucie, Florida - About 500 protested a government that's too big.
[80 ] Portland, Oregon -
Tea Party rally held Portsmouth, New Hampshire - 250 gathered for a re-enactment of the Boston Tea Party.
[81 ] Prosser, Washington -
About 150 Providence, Rhode Island -
500 to 1,200 Raleigh, North Carolina -
About 1,000 Rapid City, South Dakota -
Tea Party holds rally Richland, Washington - More than 600 rallied in defense of individual liberty.
[82 ] Richmond, Virginia -
Thousands rally Rochester, Minnesota - Hundreds railed against big government.
[83 ] [84 ] Royal Oak, Michigan - A couple hundred protested big government and high taxes.
[85 ] Sacramento, California - More than 2,000 called for lower taxes and smaller government.
[86 ] San Antonio, Texas -
About 400 Santa Fe, New Mexico -
Tea Party holds rally Salem, Oregon - 1,000 asked for less taxes and less government.
[87 ] Salt Lake City, Utah -
About 600 Santa Ana, California - 200-300.
[56 ] Scranton, Pennsylvania - About 200 protested the tax and spend policies in Washington DC.
[88 ] Seattle, Washington - Several hundred called for the government to curb spending.
[89 ] St. Paul, Minnesota - More than 500 protested government spending and health care reform.
[90 ] Shelby, North Carolina -
About 500 Sherman, Texas -
About 100 Sioux Falls, South Dakota -
Tea Party holds rally Springfield, Illinois -
Hundreds rally Spokane, Washington -
About 1,000 Syracuse, New York - More than 100 called for less spending and lower taxes.
[91 ] Tallahassee, Florida -
About 600 Tampa, Florida -
More than 1,000 [92 ] Tempe, Arizona - Thousands.
[93 ] Tigard, Oregon -
Tea party holds rally Towson, Maryland - Hundreds rallied for less government and lower taxes.
[94 ] Traverse City, Michigan - Close to 1,400 expressed contempt for government policies.
[95 ] Trenton, New Jersey -
About 400 Tucson, Arizona - Thousands protested unchecked government spending.
[96 ] Tulsa, Oklahoma -
Thousands rally Tyler, Texas -
Tea party rally held Ulster, New York - More than 100 railed against the health care law, government bailouts, and out-of-control federal spending.
[97 ] Wasilla, Alaska -
Hundreds rally Wichita, Kansas - Several hundred protested the national health care law.
[98 ] West Palm Beach, Florida -
Hundreds rally Worcester, Massachusetts -
About 2,500 Yorba Linda, California - About 700 railed against
RINOs (Republicans In Name Only). [56 ] Zanesville, Ohio -
About 200 April 17
Macon, Missouri - About 1,000 rallied against Obama and his policies.
Tea Party Express III [ edit ]
The Tea Party Express III is a planned 43 city cross-country bus convoy starting March 27 in Searchlight, Nevada and ending April 15 in Washington, D.C.
[100 ] [101 ]
Searchlight, Nevada -
About 9,000 attend the opening rally of the Tea Party Express III Las Vegas, Nevada -
About 2,000 rallied with the Tea Party Express at the Henderson Pavilion March 28
March 29, St. George, Utah -
About 2,000 turn out for rally March 30
Grand Junction, Colorado -
More than 1,000 attend rally in the Grand Valley Denver, Colorado -
About 500 rally at Colorado's state capital April 1
North Platte, Nebraska -
About 400 attend rally Omaha, Nebraska - About
1200 to 1500, maybe as many as 3000 April 2
Davenport, Iowa -
About 1,000 attend rally Rockford, Illinois -
About 1,000 attend tea party Madison, Wisconsin -
Hundreds join the Tea Party Express in Wisconsin's state capital April 7
Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota -
Thousands rally at the Minneapolis Convention Center Duluth, Minnesota -
About 275 rally in Duluth Ironwood, Michigan -
About 400 join rally April 9
Escanaba, Michigan -
About 500 rally with the Express Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan -
About 300 attend rally April 10
Cheboygan, Michigan -
About 300 demonstrate at rally Petoskey, Michigan -
Tea Party rallies in Petoskey Traverse City, Michigan -
About 1,400 rally in Traverse City Grand Rapids, Michigan -
Thousands rally with the Express Lansing, Michigan -
About 1,800 rally at the Michigan state capital April 11
Detroit, Michigan -
About 2,000 rallied in the Clinton Township Cleveland, Ohio -
About 2,000 rallied in Cleveland April 12
Albany, New York -
About 300 rally at New York's state capital Concord, New Hampshire -
Several hundred rally at the New Hampshire capital April 14, Boston, Massachusetts -
About 5,000 to upwards of 10,000 rally at the Boston Common April 15, Washington, DC - Several thousand rallied in the evening at the Washington monument and earlier in the day at Freedom Plaza.
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