TAB Coalition Partners

The TAB Coalition Partners are the backbone of TAB. Through their membership, we get research volunteers, speakers on behalf of TAB positions, and a diverse group of activists and interested taxpayers who respond to calls for action.

Coalition partners:

  • Identify with TAB premise that county spending is excessive at current levels and should be reduced
  • Confine their non-partisan involvement to County Budget issues
  • Are Identified by organization logo on the TAB website banner
  • May join or leave coalition at any time
  • Have access to TAB research and resources
  • Provide representatives to participate in TAB activities and events
  • Participate in “calls to action” – speaking, writing to newspapers and commissioners, networking, generally supporting the TAB agenda

South Florida 912

South Florida 912 is a non-partisan organization, interested in good government at all levels, and restoring conservative principles to our government and our lives. The 9-12 refers to 9/12/2001, and invokes the feelings we all had as a nation when we put aside our partisan differences to fight the attack on our country.

Singer Island Civic Association

For over 43 years, the Singer Island Civic Association has been a central driver in representing the Island’s interests and the well being of all residents. the one constant that has emerged is that we must remain actively and progressively engaged with the Mainland and the political process. SICA is ‘The Voice of the Island’.

Town of Palm Beach County Budget Task Force

In June of 2010, in response to the general impression that the projected county tax increases are economically and politically unsustainable, the Town Council formed a task force chaired by Mayor Jack McDonald. Its mission is to build a coalition of like-minded voters, taxpayers, and elected officials throughout the county to monitor and positively impact the county’s budgetary and taxation policies.

Libertarian Party of Palm Beach County

The Libertarian way is a logically consistent approach to politics based on the moral principle of self-ownership. Each individual has the right to control his or her own body, action, speech, and property for so long as he/she does not infringe the rights of another. Government’s role is to help individuals defend themselves from force and fraud.

Tea Party in Action

The Tea Party in Action is a non-profit 501(c)(4) organization made up of Americans from all over the Nation who are committed to the principles of fiscal responsibility, limited government, and free markets. The Tea Party in Action’s mission is to attract, inform, and mobilize like-minded individuals to stop the out-of-control spending in government and ensure economic liberty for the next generation.

Business PAC of Palm Beach County (BIZPAC)

The scope of activities include support for candidates for county constitutional offices, county commission, school board, state legislature, and selective municipal races and committees involved in supporting or opposing issue/bond referenda of importance to Palm Beach County.

Republican Club of Central Palm Beach

The purpose of the Club is to attract members into, and involve them in the activities of the Republican Party and subsequently provide them with leadership training and political involvement at all levels of government. We support the principles, objectives and platform of the Republican Party, and desire to help ensure the election of all duly nominated Republican candidates in the General Election as well as registered Republicans in non-partisan elections.

Town of Jupiter Inlet Colony

Jupiter Inlet Colony is a waterfront residential community located in eastern Palm Beach County at the southernmost tip of Jupiter Island.

Palm Beach County Tea Party

The impetus for the Tea Party movement is excessive government spending and taxation. The mission and purpose of the Palm Beach County Tea Party is to affect public policy at local, state and national levels consistent with our core values of Fiscal Responsibility, Constitutionally Limited Government and Free Markets; to attract, educate, organize, and activate people to become involved in civic affairs; and to work cooperatively with other like-minded groups.