List of Tea Party protests, 2010

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The 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.[7]

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.[9] Approximately 600 delegates attended training sessions designed to turn the passion of protests into political gains in the November elections.[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.[19]
  • February 27 was the first anniversary of Tea Party protests.

March[edit]

April[edit]

  • April 2, Charlotte, North Carolina – About 250 protested health care overhaul
  • April 3, Sonoita, Arizona – More than 400 rallied against big government
  • April 10
  • April 13
    • 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][22] There were some 2,000 protests across the country.[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
  • April 27
    • Macon, Missouri – About 1,000 rallied against Obama and his policies.[99]

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]

See also[edit]

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