November 27, 2012

Heritage's bus

To help educate citizens about issues like spending, taxes and debt during this critical election year, The Heritage Foundation launched a national bus tour.

Run in conjunction with the Family Research Council, the tour visited 117 cities and towns in 24 states, and included stops at tea party rallies, churches, schools and both the Democratic and Republican party conventions. We made contact with tens of thousands of Americans in swing states and drew attention to the challenges America faces–and solutions like our Saving the American Dream plan.

In 2013, we will continue working to educate the American people in communities around the country. The election may be over, but the fight for conservative ideas is not.

See a full list of stops after the jump.

The full list of stops

Bus tour stops in 2012

Below is a full list of bus tour stops in chronological order.

South Carolina

Charleston

Florida

West Palm Beach

Ft. Lauderdale

Pompano Beach

Washington, DC

Arizona

Tucson

Missouri

St. Louis

Texas

Allen

Plano

Denton

Houston

Tennessee

Nashville

Virginia

Lynchburg

Indiana

Hammond

Avon

Crown Point

Noblesville

Michigan

Grand Rapids

North Carolina

Raleigh

Charlotte

Cornelius

Winston-Salem

Burlington

Tryon

Asheville

Hendersonville

Indian Trail

Raleigh

Arkansas

Searcy

Texarkana

Texas

Texarkana

Arkansas

Little Rock

Pennsylvania

Grove City

Camp Hill

Indiana

Pittsburgh

Coraopolis

Ohio

Steubenville

Columbus

Cincinnati

Lebanon

Franklin

Vandalia

Findlay

Perrysburg

Westlake

Cuyahoga Falls

California

San Diego

Del Mar

Colorado

Colorado Springs

Fort Collins

Grand Junction

Centennial

Denver

Lakewood

Nebraska

Sioux City

Omaha

Grand Island

North Platte

Kearney

Lincoln

Hastings

Missouri

Sunset Hills

Town & Country

Minnesota

Minneapolis

St. Cloud

New Hope

Wisconsin

Kenosha

Washington, DC

Illinois

Woodridge

Rosemont

Tinley Park

Michigan

Holland

Jackson

Wisconsin

Pewaukee

Black River Falls

Shell Lake

Eagle River

Greenleaf

Sheboygan

Kenosha

Ohio

Columbus

Hamilton

Virginia

Centreville

Pearisburg

Harrisonburg

Woodstock

Roanoke

Lynchburg

Richmond

Maine

Lisbon Falls

Waldoboro

Orrington

New Hampshire

Concord

Stratham

Merrimack

Ohio

Cleveland

Florida

Pensacola

Tallahassee

Jacksonville

Orlando

Tampa

North Carolina

Wilmington

Charlotte

Waynesville

Fletcher

Charlotte

Greenville

Virginia

Williamsburg

Yorktown

Virginia Beach

Richmond

Arlington

Manassas

Fredericksburg

Iowa

Osceola

Council Bluffs

Sioux City

Des Moines

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia

Colorado

Denver

Loveland

Pueblo

Colorado Springs

Kentucky

Danville

Michigan

Kalamazoo

Zeeland

Pennsylvania

Bloomsburg

Uniontown

Connellsville

Virginia

Arlington

Manassas

Fredericksburg

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