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Hemet Town Hall Meeting

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This Sunday on Tea Time News/Views, we will be interviewing and questioning 6 of 10 candidates running for two Hemet City Council seats here in the City of Hemet, CA. Six of the candidates, Diana Tavenner, Mellissa Galetta, Larry Smith, David Peters, Jim Claverie, and Joyce Thibodeaux accepted our invitation to attend a small Town Hall Meeting, sponsored by the Menifee and Hemet Tea Party, which provides them an opportunity to come together with many of the residents of Hemet to discuss their position on issues facing our community. The current Council persons were not invited because their position and voting records are already public knowledge. In case you are listening from out of the area, Hemet is a small town in southern California about 60 miles north of San Diego and approximately 10 miles north of the Temecula Wine Country. Even though our town lies in the farm country with mostly two-lane roads, it has many of the same issues as the larger cities - budget, trash, gang, school, and water problems, a need for smaller government, as well as a need for city government to listen to its constituents instead of implementing rules and laws with which its constituents disagree and protest. For more information about the Menifee and Hemet Tea Party, go to: http://www.menifeeteaparty.com and check out the activities and various ways our groups are involved in trying to get this country back on track by returning to the Constitution and the vision of our Founding Fathers. Tea Time News/Views aires every Sunday night at 8:00 PM PST. To listen, just access the website listed above and, at the time of the show, just click on the flashing blog talk widget. To listen to any of the last 5 shows in the archives, acces the widget at the bottom of the page.

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