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Win A Complete Self-Defense Package



It’s a “two-fer” – buy a chance (or two) today to win a complete self-defense package and contribute to the Manassas Tea Party.   That’s a Win-Win situation.  And it is easy to do too.

The Manassas Tea Party is raffling off this super cool complete package which is great for a first-time firearms owner whether it be a man or a woman.   The Glock 42 is the smallest pistol the manufacturer has ever made, making it very concealable.  And everything needed to be a responsible, safe, and prepared firearms owner is included.   

Women in greater numbers than ever are becoming prepared to defend themselves and their children.  Check out the chilling video below concerning a Georgia mother who after retreating to the attic was forced to fight off a home intruder to save her and her children’s lives.  She was fortunate enough to have received instruction on protecting herself only two weeks before the incident.  Or how about this Detroit woman who just this month fought back against a man attempting to break into her house in broad daylight?  They were both trained and ready to defend themselves.  Buy some chances today to win a little peace of mind for a woman (or man) in your life.


This is also the first ever fundraiser for our organization.  By buying chances on this complete self-defense package you can take comfort in knowing you are helping us be more successful in preserving constitutional principles (like the Second Amendment) at every level of government.  And we thank you for it!


We are limiting the number of tickets to 500 and the drawing is on May 26, Memorial Day, so don’t wait.  GET YOUR TICKETS SOON.   



Contact us at this special email address to request tickets.  Email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Use this email address as well for any questions related to the raffle.   



This is a great raffle so we are sure there are plenty of others you will want to tell.  HERE is a download of the flyer above in an easy-to-share format.  Save it and pass it along to friends and family.


Thanks for your support.

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10th Congressional District Candidates Forum Straw Poll 

Marshall Takes Vote; Hollingshead Second



Left to right: Marc Savitt; Delegate Rich Anderson (Comstock Rep); Stephen Hollingshead; Howie Lind; Delegate Bob Marshall, and; Rob Wasinger

Manassas Tea Party conducted a Candidates Forum on April 1 for the 10th Congressional District seat, which is currently held by retiring U. S. Representative Frank Wolf.  Wolf’s district is large but locally includes Manassas City and a portion of Prince William County. (Find out if you are in this district HERE.) Six Republican candidates are running in their primary. The Democrat Party has already determined their candidate for the November election.


A nearly packed City Council chambers audience turned out wanting to hear from these candidates and to ask them where they stood on issues that matter to them. This was the only appearance in the area of all candidates in one setting, before the April 26 firehouse primary. 


Candidates of all parties were invited.  Candidates attending the forum were Stephen Hollingshead, a former deputy assistant secretary for the Department of Housing and Urban Development; Howie Lind, a retired U.S. Navy commander and past 10th Congressional District Republican chairman; Delegate Bob Marshall (R-13), who has served in the House of Delegates since 1992; Marc Savitt, president of the National Association of Independent Housing Professionals, and; Rob Wasinger, the former chief of staff to Michigan Rep. Kerry Bentivolio.  Sending a spokesperson due to a schedule conflict was Delegate Barbara Comstock (R-34), a former Wolf aide who has served in the Virginia House of Delegates since 2010.  Delegate Rich Anderson (R-51) was Comstock’s representative in her absence.  


At the end of the forum the Manassas Tea Party conducted a straw poll to survey audience opinion of the candidates. Well known to voters in this area, Delegate Bob Marshall walked away in the poll with 49%, while Stephen Hollingshead was second with 25%. Remaining candidates each collected 8% or less.  The complete straw poll results are below.  Due to rounding of figures the total does not equal 100%.

We have an on-line straw poll for the 10th Congressional District located on the right so you too can cast a vote for your candidate, whether you live in the district or not. 





Which candidate do you favor for the 10th Congressional District seat?