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VIDEO: San Antonio TEA Party.

Austin and San Antonio TEA Parties - 381

On July 4, Governor Perry attended the San Antonio TEA Party with thousands of his fellow patriots. The Governor was proud to be the first elected official to sign the S.A. TEA Party's Contract with the Constitution and introduce his good friend Marcus Luttrell. Watch for yourself::

For more TEA Party videos, please visit Governor Perry's YouTube channel. To see hundreds more TEA Party photos, don't miss Governor Perry's Flickr Photostream.

The Governor and the campaign would love to connect with you online. As always, you can see the most up-to-date photos and other updates straight from Rick Perry on @GovernorPerry's Twitter page. If you are on Facebook, don't forget to add yourself as a Perry 2010 supporter.

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Sulphur Springs, TX-- TEA PARTY patriots fired up for Independence Day.

Sulphur Springs T.E.A. PARTY

Tonight in Sulphur Springs, Texas, Governor Perry spoke to a patriotic, fired-up crowd of T.E.A. party patriots. Watch a quick excerpt of the speech here:

Be sure to check back over the weekend and into early next week for more Independence Day T.E.A. party videos. Follow along with the action on Twitter, as well. You can follow @GovernorPerry for tweets straight from Governor Rick Perry, and check out @GovPerry2010 for updates from campaign staff. Also, don't forget to visit Governor Rick Perry's Flickr Photostream for lots of great photos.

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Independence Day TEA parties!

Are you fired up for July 4 TEA party celebrations?

If you can't make it to a TEA party this Independence Day weekend, be sure to check in over the next few days at http://www.RickPerry.org for videos. In the meantime, if you are feeling nostalgic, don't miss this video from the April 15 TEA parties:

Below is a list of the TEA parties that Governor Perry will attend this weekend (note: the times listed are rough estimates of when Governor Perry will participate-- be sure to check the web for the most up-to-date information about individual TEA parties):

FRIDAY, JULY 3
7:30 PM in Sulphur Springs, TX
Hopkins County Courthouse
Front Steps
118 Church Street
Sulphur Springs, TX 75482
(map)

SATURDAY, JULY 4
12:30 PM in Rockwall, TX
Rockwall County Courthouse
Front Steps
101 East Rusk
Rockwall, TX 75087
(map)

3:15 PM in Austin, TX
Texas Capitol
South Steps
Austin, TX 78701
(map)

7:15 PM in San Antonio, TX
Rio Cibolo Ranch
Outdoor Stage
1101 Ullrich Road
Marion, TX 78124
(map)

Be sure to follow @GovPerry2010 on Twitter.com for live photo updates from these four TEA parties this weekend.

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Governor Perry's Instavision Interview.

Wednesday, Governor Perry linked up via webcam for a PJTV interview with Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit. The two discussed social media, Texas' balanced budget, cap and trade, tort reform, border security, and upcoming TEA parties. The Governor explained the four ways to keep a state on the right track: 1) keep taxes low; 2) keep your regulatory climate fair and predictable; 3) create a legal system that prevents oversuing; and 4) make education accountable. You can watch the entire interview here:

Governor Rick Perry on PJTV with Glenn Reynolds (Instapundit)

Be sure to follow @GovernorPerry on Twitter.com to get updates straight from Governor Rick Perry.

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The Duel Continues

Yesterday, as midnight of June 30th approached, David White and Jonathon McClellan challenged one another to an online fundraising duel.

The results are in, and Jon is the clear winner. But, hold on, there is a twist to this story.

Jon raised $1875 from 11 donations online yesterday. David raised $1360 from 18 donations. In some ways, David's numbers (more individual contributors) are more impressive, but ultimately Jon gets the win.

Neither David nor Jon are content to let their fundraising duel end there. The stakes are now much, much higher:

This is going to be fun.

Create your own personal fundraising page at http://www.RickPerry.org/fundraise, and challenge yourself or your friends to your own goal. The June 30 reporting period deadline has come and gone, but the campaign is still raising money, and every 5 and 10 dollar contribution sends a statement that Governor Perry's principled, conservative leadership is what is right for Texas.

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A Fundraising Duel

David White and Jonathon McClellan of the Perry campaign have challenged each other to a fundraising duel before the June 30 deadline. The showdown ends at midnight tonight!

Check it out:

To contribute via David White's personal fundraising page, click here.

To contribute via Jonathon McClellan's page, click here.

You can set up your own fundraising page and challenge a friend to your own fundraising duel by visiting http://www.RickPerry.org/fundraise.

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Social Media 101

Still trying to figure out all of this social media stuff?

Watch this quick video the Perry interns put together on how to get involved in social media and help Governor Perry in the process:

If that 1-minute video captures your interest, you should also check out this fantastic 5-minute social media presentation put together by one of Rick Perry's volunteer supporters.

If you're already on Twitter and Facebook and would like to take the next step, you can join the Perry online fundraising team by visiting http://www.RickPerry.org/fundraise.

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WATCH NOW: Governor Perry on Neil Cavuto.

This afternoon, Governor Perry went on Fox News with Neil Cavuto to discuss his fellow Republican Governors and the Texas economy. Watch the video for yourself:

Judging by the overwhelmingly positive response on twitter, the Governor made a great impression on a lot of folks. Tweet to @GovernorPerry now and let him know what you thought of the interview.

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Big momentum on Governor Perry's side!

This morning, the venerable, non-partisan, non-profit Texas Lyceum released its poll showing Governor Rick Perry ahead of his possible primary opponent by 12 percent!

The momentum is undeniably on our side, but we need your help before June 30 to keep folks fired up about the Governor's principled, conservative message. Please make a secure contribution today!

Click here to use your credit card to make a campaign contribution online right now. You can also join the team and become an online fundraiser on behalf of the Governor's campaign.

Also, be sure to follow @GovernorPerry on Twitter.com for updates directly from Rick Perry himself.

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Listen to Governor Perry's radio interviews with Mark Davis and Michael Berry right now online!

Monday, Governor Perry went on air with radio personalities Mark Davis and Michael Berry.

On the Mark Davis program, the Governor addressed some of the rumors about his future plans (he stated emphatically that he is running for reelection) and discussed several of the bills he signed and vetoed after the 81st legislative session.

Mark Davis:


On the Michael Berry program, the Governor spoke further about the bills he signed or vetoed, the "chubbing" of a ballot integrity measure by activist liberals in the legislature, and his plans for the future.

Michael Berry:


In both interviews, the Governor noted the many successes of the legislative session, including a balanced budget, a projected $9 billion surplus in the Rainy Day Fund, a solution for windstorm insurance along the coast, a tax cut for more than 40,000 small businesses, and putting a Constitutional Amendment on the ballot to prevent future Kelo-like private property rights abuses in Texas.

Listen for yourself!

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