Revere America-Austin Rally

Americans For Prosperity – Texas is joining with Revere America on the 235th Anniversary of Paul Revere’s famous ride to warn Concord and Lexington of British troop movements to being a petition campaign to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

If you have the opportunity to travel to Austin on Tuesday, April 20th, please join in solidarity with this campaign to protect the American medical system along with the American free market.

Revere America: Repeal and Replace ObamaCare

We at Americans for Prosperity are joining Revere America as they kick off a Texas petition campaign to repeal and replace ObamaCare on the 235th Anniversary of Paul Revere’s Ride.

Revere America, an organization dedicated to advancing common sense public policies rooted in freedom and free markets, will be holding a petition-signing rally to kick off their national campaign to gather the signatures of one million Americans who want to repeal, reform and replace ObamaCare. On the 235th anniversary of Paul Revere’s famous ride for freedom, former Governor George Pataki (R-NY) will stump for responsible reforms to our healthcare industry.

WHO:
* Former Governor George Pataki (R-NY), Revere America Chairman
* Lt. Governor David Dewhurst
* Attorney General Greg Abbott
* Railroad Commissioner Michael Williams
* State Senator Dan Patrick
* State Representative Linda Harper-Brown

WHAT:
Rally for Revere America’s national petition drive to gather the signatures of one million Americans who want to repeal, reform and replace ObamaCare.

WHEN:
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
8:00 a.m. Central Time

WHERE:
Texas State Capitol (South Steps)
112 E. 11th Street
Austin, TX 78701

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