Tequila Party To Tea Party: Stop Encouraging Latinos to Throw Away Their Votes Via Fraud and Misleading Election Practicesby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Nov. 07, 2011, under National tequila party movement, Russell pearce Special Elections Recall
From the National Tequila Party Movement which is the Latino counter-movement to the Tea Party:
Latinos encouraged to throw away their vote in Russell Pearce Recall and Special Elections
For Immediate Release
7 November 2011
National Contact: 520-329-1877
Phoenix, AZ — Russell Pearce Supporters have already used and taken advantage of a Latina via their ‘sham candidate’ methods with regard to the Olivia Cortes Scandal. Cortes acknowledged in court she had very little political education on how to run a political campaign. She allowed Tea Party Chairman, Greg Western, to be in control of her campaign where she finally and eventually withdrew from the Russell Pearce Special Elections shortly after her name was allowed to be printed on the legislative district 18 special election ballots.
Now the Pearce supporters have sunk to an all new low with regard to their continued attempt in misleading Latinos with their fraudulent behavior during an election cycle to siphon the Latino vote away from Jerry Lewis.
We have heard a lot of claims about outside influences in this election from the Pearce campaign. The Lewis campaign learned about yet another one of these groups today while talking with voters.
Mesa’s Hispanic Democratic and Independent voters were called this Saturday and encouraged to vote for a write in candidate because Pearce and Lewis were both Republicans. Who was this anti-Republican group trying to suppress votes? None other than Tea Party Leader, Republican activist, and Pearce confidant Ronald Ludders. Ludders is one of Arizona’s most prominent Republican and Tea Party Leaders. He is a known supporter of J.D. Hayworth and Russell Pearce. It appears Ludders wanted to encourage people to vote for candidates who were not Republicans to siphon votes from Jerry Lewis as they were encouraging Latinos to throw away their votes during the November 8, 2011, Russell Pearce Recall and Special Elections.
The Tequila Party will be paying close attention through November 2012 elections as the Tea Party movement has proven to be anti-Latino with their misleading behavior against Latino voters.
About the National Tequila Party Movement
The National Tequila Party Movement is the Latin Counter-movement to the TEA PARTY. It consists of a national tour of concerts, events, dinners and rallies that will encourage a massive Latino Get Out The Vote. This movement is a non-partisan movement. We don’t care how people vote, we just want them to get on the early ballot system, become consistent primary and general election voters.