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Topic - Debbie Dooley
Tea party activists in Georgia helped kill a proposed sales tax increase that would have raised billions of dollars for transportation projects. In Pennsylvania, tea partyers pushed to have taxpayers send public-school students to private schools. In Ohio, they drove a referendum to block state health insurance mandates.
"We don't hesitate to reach out to Democrats or liberal groups when we agree on an issue, even if it's for different reasons," said Ms. Dooley, who is based in Georgia.
But Ms. Dooley said: "We are going to keep on with our agenda. If elected officials tell us no, we will go around them. We are going to keep coming back and keep coming back."