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Christine O’Donnell to speak at Northern Virginia Tea Party Banquet in F.C.

Christine O’Donnell, the Republican U.S. Senate nominee from Delaware who lost to Democrat Chris Coons in the recent special election for the post, will be the primary speaker at the Northern Virginia Tea Party’s annual banquet Dec. 7.

Christine O’Donnell, the Republican U.S. Senate nominee from Delaware who lost to Democrat Chris Coons in the recent special election for the post, will be the primary speaker at the Northern Virginia Tea Party’s annual banquet Dec. 7.

Northern Virginia Delegate Robert Marshall will also be featured as a speaker at event, which is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at the Harvest Moon Restaurant in Falls Church. According to NVTP officials, tickets are still available to attend the function.

“We are delighted to have two such remarkable speakers that evening who promote our Tea Party principles,” said Ron Wilcox, lead organizer with the NVTP.

The Northern Virginia Tea Party is a collaboration of Independent Tea party Organizers and a member of the Virginia Federation of Tea Party Patriots representing communities of Fairfax County, Fairfax City, City of Alexandria, Falls Church City, Loudoun County, Reston/Herndon, Town of Vienna and Prince William County.

For more information, visit www.NorthernVirginiaTeaparty.com or call 1-703-337-6719.