PROSSER, Wash.—People from Eastern Washington gathered with Tea Party volunteers in Prosser on Wine Country Road to speak about the issues on the November ballot.
At the Get-Out-The-Vote rally people could read-up on the ballot measures, share their views during open mix, and listen to speakers. Plus a national debt billboard was up that displayed increasing numbers every ten minutes.
Organizers say it's a chance to educate people and get them to vote.
"I think we have a one time opportunity to get people who are finally motivated. They are off the couch, and we can get them to take our government back. We call this the second American Revolution, the Peaceful Revolution," says Sherry Harvey, Get-Out-The-Vote Organizer.