Late last June, had a fall and dislocated my right shoulder. Four days later, my son kidnapped me (sic) and relocated me to North Carolina and established the followup medical requirements including Physical Therapy. I sold my home in Jacksonville and bought a home here. My son is a retired Marine. Obviously, I've been among the missing at FCTP meetings and events, but my heart is still with all. I did cast my last vote in Florida for Rick Scott and Ron DeSantis and held my breath all day Monday & Tuesday. I was ecstatic Wednesday especially when I read the results of the Senate Race there. I remember the protests at Nelson's office wanting him to ignore Obamacare. I talked to Billie Tucker and we shared our satisfaction they he will (hopefully) be sent home. I'm confident the recount will be positive for Scott. I'd like to stay in touch with the First Coast Tea Party and I'd like to share this note with all: If you think Florida Politics is dirty, come to North Carolina. Bill Schroeder.

Views: 59


You need to be a member of First Coast Tea Party to add comments!

Join First Coast Tea Party

Comment by Babs Jordan on November 10, 2018 at 5:56am

Hey Bill, good to hear from you! Yes, I used to live in Charlotte and I know about the politics up there. Oddly enough it's a big reason we moved to Jacksonville! We continue to hold our breath and keep from exploding about what's happening here. It's frightening to think we could have a socialist running this state.  It would destroy our economy down here and make it one of the worst destinations for business, not to mention how many would relocate. Thank you for both your service and thanks for staying in touch!


National Debt Clock


The First CoastTea Party is a non-profit organization. We have no deep-pocketed special interest funding our efforts.

You may contact us at:

First Coast Tea Party
731 Duval Station Rd, Suite 107-171
Jacksonville, FL 32218

Helpful Links

Blog Posts

This will increase the illegal alien vote in Florida, exponentially.

Federal judge orders bilingual ballots for Florida counties, including Lake and Brevard

- By Steven Lemongello 11 April 2019

"The order by U.S. District Judge Mark Walker comes in response to a lawsuit by LatinoJustice and other organizations that claimed as many as 30,000 Puerto Ricans were having their rights violated by counties not providing bilingual ballot access. The order grants a preliminary injunction that requires Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee and the 32…


Posted by Vicky King on May 11, 2019 at 9:26am

© 2019   Created by LeadershipCouncil.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service