Chesapeake, VA: St. Patrick’s Day Tea Party Event Tuesday, March 17, 2020

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St. Patrick’s Day

Tea Party Event

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Join us for a special night, featuring Sue Trombino and Virginia Senator/Gubernatorial candidate, Amanda Chase along with other Congressional Candidates!

Sue founded Women Impacting the Nation (W.I.N.) in the fall of 2005 because she felt called to make a difference. Her passion for empowering people with God’s truth and her strong love of America are the principles on which the foundation of W.I.N. is built.

Sue is a professional speaker at seminars, forums, conferences, rallies, and church events. She has been a Bible Study Fellowship leader and is a graduate of the Chuck Colson Centurion Program.

Learn how to engage your culture, vote your principles, and win the debate!

Amanda is an American politician and financial planner. She is currently a member of the Virginia Senate for the 11th District, representing Amelia County, the city of Colonial Heights, and part of Chesterfield County. On February 17, 2020, Chase announced her intentions to run for Governor of Virginia in 2021.


Time: 6pm

StoneBridge School Auditorium

1629 Jolliff Rd, Chesapeake, VA 23321

R.S.V.P. Judy Kuniba: or

Chris Evans: 757-619-0675 or email

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