The Tea Party Patriots of El Dorado Hills, which was first with a local candidates night for the June primary will hear an update at 7 p.m. tonight from Ginny Rapini, founder of the Northern California Tea Party Patriots.
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“Another election season. It’s coming. It’s been an exciting Primary Election season and we’re proud of the candidate nights we sponsored to help folks get acquainted with all the candidates. Now, we’ve got the General Election ahead of us, kicking off on Labor Day, with some must-win races,” said El Dorado Hills Tea Party president Steve Ferry.
The group will meet at the Holiday Inn in El Dorado Hills Town Center.
Also on the agenda will be Fire Chief Dave Roberts of the EDH Fire Department who will also give an update on the fire department, its construction of new facilities, the changing use of existing facilities and honors that have gone to local firefighters.