Turning Point USA comes to Montpelier

On March 18 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Capital Plaza in Montpelier, Isabel Brown of Turning Point USA (TPUSA) will meet Vermonters, speak, and hold a Q & A.

The event is hosted by TPUSA Cabot and Washington student chapters. Turning Point USA is a non-profit founded by Charlie Kirk to help educate our young citizens on the value of a variety of core conservative principles namely freedom, free markets and limited government.

“We are collaborating with TPUSA here in Vermont to help get out our common message and help our youth to understand the core principles established during the founding of our country,” organizer and Chittenden County Senate candidate Dean Rolland said. “We are working together to develop chapters throughout the state to help educate and provide comraderie in the never-ending pursuit to uphold our values.”

High school or college students or anyone under the age of 30 are encouraged to contact Dean Rolland at rollandde@gmail.com. Dean is working with the Chittenden County GOP to help improve overall party organization. He will put the student in touch with the local chapter advisor for TPUSA. All information provided will remain confidential.

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  1. Is this an open event or more focused on those under 30 years of age?

  2. Our two college aged children have attended many TPUSA events out-of-state.

    Highly recommend TPUSA to other parents out there who’d like their children to get perspective you don’t see in our schools, great chance to show up on the 18th and support their efforts.