Read what others in the conservative movement have said about Ginni:
“Ginni Thomas is known by many throughout DC and the country as a principled woman who has fought on behalf of liberty her entire adult life... She has listened intently to the concerns of the grassroots and in turn she has counseled them on how DC works. She has taken the grassroots concerns to the halls of Congress and continues to be a voice for the tea party movement.” Billie Tucker First Coast Tea Party
“I immediately found a kindred spirit in Ginni Thomas. She is an unabashedly proud, patriotic, pro-American woman and not at all afraid to say it... Her gift has been to connect many of the new leaders emerging in the Tea Party movement with each other and then using her inside DC, expertise to give us the tools we needed to succeed.” Jennifer Stefano Americans For Prosperity
“I was very moved by her passion and devotion to America and her dedication to the preservation of Liberty. Ginni's ability to make connections and communicate with folks on the ground as well as on Capitol Hill is most impressive.” Kimberly Fletcher Homemakers for America
“When it comes to policy activists, too many people in Washington can't see where to go or are in a hurry to get to the wrong place. Conversely, Ginni has the unusual combination of focus, direction and the passion for accomplishment.” Rick Berman Berman and Company
“Ginni Thomas has established herself as an untiring leader in the tea party movement. Her experience, knowledge, patriotism and willingness to help others make her a tremendous asset to tea party movement across the United States. We at Dallas Tea Party consider Ginni Thomas to be a big part of our family!” Phillip Dennis Dallas Tea Party
“Living in Ground Zero of Progressive Liberalism — Chicago — there aren't too many avenues where one can seek support and assistance. So when I met Ginni, it was a relief, especially after having been the target of numerous attacks, including arson and death threats... She's a shelter in the storm, and unfortunately, we will be needing such shelters in the upcoming years while we take back our country.” Catherina Wojtowicz Chicago Tea Patriots
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