Silent no more round up

Carolyn Hileman - The Voice | April 16, 2009 

“ST. Clair Shores, Michigan at least 368
Austin 5000+.
Manchester, NH 1000+
MORRISTOWN NJ expected a few hundred, got 2000!!!!
Charleston, SC. 6,000
“In Annapolis: No Buses = No Problem = We walked.”
“200 in Flemington NJ
Fort Worth, Texas Tea Party had 5000 and Texas Governor Rick Perry
Gulfport 516
Shreveport, Louisiana: 5000
Tennessee: Chattanooga: 1,000
Mississippi: Jackson: Between 400 and 500
estimated crowd sizes of 5,000 to 10,000 in Atlanta, Oklahoma City, Olympia, Wash., Lansing, Mich., and Sacramento.
California more than 5,000
Washington D.C., 1,000
In Tennessee, an overwhelming crowd of 10,000 people met on the Legislative Plaza,
In Rochester, N.Y., 1,000 tea partiers marched on the county administration building and city hall.

Approximately 4,000 people crowded Fountain Square in Cincinnati, while 8,000 gathered in Madison, Wis., 5,000 surrounded the Oklahoma Capitol and 4,000 attended the Chicago party. Even Rhode Island, the smallest U.S. state, brought 1,000 protesters to its Capitol.

Washington state police estimated crowds of 5,000 in Olympia while 2,500 marched the streets of Boise, Idaho and 1,500 rallied in Austin, Texas. In Lansing, Mich., throngs were measured at 7,000, while 3,000 gathered in Hartford, Conn., and 2,000 Floridians in Jacksonville poured wagons of tea into the St. Johns River.

An additional 1,000 people packed into Market Square in Pittsburgh, Pa., while some 3,000 gathered in Des Moines, Iowa.
Kansas: Salina: Romm estimated 500 people
White House went on LOCK-DOWN when a crowd of tea party proestors tossed a box of teabags over the fence.

But they were unaware anything was happening????

Birmingham- 5,000
Huntsville- 2,500
Montgomery- 2,300-2,500
Mobile- 1000
Trussville- 1,000
Anchorage- 1200
Fairbanks- 300
Gilbert- 1,500
Lake Havasu- 2,000
Phoenix- 6,000
Tuscon- 3,800
Little Rock- 8,000
Fayetteville- 1,000 MORE>
Mountain Home- 1700 (thanks to Chris T for update)
Texarkana- 500 est.
Chico- 300
Danville- 100
Fresno- 5,000
Modesto- 400
Monterey- 300 est.
Pleasanton- 1,000 est.
Redding- 1,000
Sacramento- 25,000
Sacto- 500
Santa Ana- 4,000
San Francisco- 1,000 est. MORE>
Rancho Cucamonga- 1,000
Ridgecrest- 400
Ventura- 400 or so people.
Cannon City- 100 MORE>
Colorado Spring- 3,00o
Denver- 5,000
Fort Collins- 2,500
Hartford-5000
New Haven 1500-2000
Norwich- 500
New Milford-150
Del Marva- 500 est
DeLand- 700
Lakeland- 1500
Naples- 3,000
New Port Richey – 200
Ocala- 1,000
Orlando- 3,000 est
Port St. Lucie- 500
Sarasota- 1,000
Athens- 200
Atlanta- 20,000
Augusta- 1,800
Blairseville- 1,000 est.
Columbus- 650
Boise- 4500
Pocatello – 300
Coeur d’Alene- 1,000
Chicago- 5,000
Crystal Lake- 300
Effingham- 500
Lake Sara- 900
Lisle- 1,000
Fort Wayne- 300 (another Tea Party scheduled for April 18) MORE>
Indainapolis- 10,000
Lafayette- 250
South Bend- 200 Est
Davenport- 300
Des Moines- 1,000
Iowa City- 400
Dodge City- 100
Goodland-75
Hutchinson- 2000
Junction City-135
Topeka- 1,500
Salina- 57d Park- 2,500
Westmoreland- 80
Wichita- 2,000
Louisville- 500 est. (prob higher)
Frankfort- 250
Paducah- 2000
Baton Rouge- 5,000
Bossier- 1400
New Orleans/Metairie- 1,000
Bangor- 300
Annapolis- 2,000
Bel Air- 300
Cumberland- 300
Boston- 2500
Hyannis- 800
Adrian- 250
Ann Arbor- 500
Midland- 400
Lansing- 4,000-5,000
Troy- 1000
Mower County- 100
St. Cloud- 800
St. Paul 10,000
Picayune- 250
Tupelo- 600
Jackson- 2,000
Branson 700
Joplin- 800 est
Kansas City- 5,000
Jefferson City-300
Overland Park- 5,000
Springfield-400
St. Louis- 10,000
Billings- 500
Fort Benton- 60
Great Falls- 200
Helena- 300
Papillon- 200
Lincoln- 2500
Carson City- 2,000
Elko- 75
Las Vegas- 5,000

New Hampshire-

Concord-1,000
Dover-100
Manchester- 2,500
Wolfeboro -300
Belmar- 2000
Flemington 200
Hampton/Newton- 200-300
Morristown- 300 est
Vineland- 100
Albuqurque- 3000 Est
Santa Fe- 500
Albanay- 1,000
Buffalo- 300
Massapequa- 300
New York City- 12,500
Rochester- 1000
Syracuse- 300
White Plains- 250
Charlotte- 4,000
Davidson-150
Denton-600
Fayettville- 450
Goldsboro- 300
Greensboro- 1,500
Lincolnton-250
Mooresville-150
Raleigh- 1500
Statesville-250
Winston-Salem- 700
Ashtabula County- 300
Cincinnati- 5,000 est
Cleveland- 5,000
Columbus- 7,000
Medina- 200
Pataskala- 30
Toledo- 1200
Canton- 2000
Ada-300
Clinton-250
Enid-250
Lawton- 160
Muskogee-250
Tulsa- around 3,000 est
Oklahoma City- 4,500
Astoria- 280
Portland- 2,500 est.
Salem- 1,000
Easton- 300
Harrisburg PA had around 2,000 on the steps of the Capital
eRIE- 500 Est.
Greensburg- 300-500
Meadeville- 200
Pittsburg- 400 est
Wellsboro- 150
Providence- 1,000
Charleston- 6000
Sioux Falls- 600
Chattanooga- 1,000
Knoxville- 1500
Murfreesboro- 3,000
Nashville- 10,000
Abilene- 800
Austin- 5,000 est.
Beaumont- 200-300
Burleson- 900
Dallas- 7,000
Denton- 1,000
El Paso- 300
Fort Worth- 2,000
Houston- 15,000
Odessa- 1,000 MORE>
Plano- 200
Rowlett – 200
San Antonia- 16,000
Seguin – 200
Sugarland- 1,000 est.
Waco- 8,000
Woodlands- 5,000
Victoria-300
Ogden- 200
Salt Lake City- 2000
Montpelier- 900-1000
Culpepper VA 300-400 people.
Lynchburg- 1,800
Newport News- 250
Richmond- 4,000
Bellingham- 4,000
Bremerton- 200 est.
Everett-800
Olympia- 5,000
Port Orchard- 200 est.
Redmond- 300
Seattle- 2,000 est.
Spokane 5,000
Yakima- 700
Beckley- 274
Charleston- 600
Martinsburg- 300
Appleton- 2,000
Eau Claire – 300 MORE>
Madison- 6,000
Superior – 100
Cheyenne- 500
Cody- 200-300 est.
…….we had hundreds turn out in Cody. People came from 60 miles around at least.
COME TO HOUSTON’S NEXT PROTEST … ANTI – SANCTUARY CITY Protest … MAY 2, 2009 — 11 AM. …. HOUSTON CITY HALL


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3 Responses to “Silent no more round up”

  1. The Liberty Papers »Blog Archive » Alabama Tea Party Report on April 16th, 2009 11:59 am

    [...] VI: The AmericanConservativeDaily reports: Birmingham- 5,000 Huntsville- 2,500 Montgomery- 2,300-2,500 Mobile- 1000 Trussville- [...]

  2. Topics about Johns » Silent no more round up on April 20th, 2009 11:09 am

    [...] John Gruber added an interesting post on Silent no more round upHere’s a small excerpt…measured at 7,000, while 3,000 gathered in Hartford, Conn., and 2,000 Floridians in Jacksonville poured wagons of tea into the St. Johns River. [...]

  3. Mark on July 12th, 2009 7:52 pm

    “You guys” should not “pick” on the taxing professionals of government. In fact, I think that our Alabama “taxing pros” should be more like those of Colorado. Does your novices know that the CO representatives are taxing the rain water that is collected in water barrels by their citizenry!? Did GOD charge them for it? Oops, I forgot-separation of church & state!

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