Linda Farley and Christy Arendt — two Kentucky women — represent part of what WKU professor Scott Lasley calls the diversity of the Tea Party.
The Tea Party is a grassroots movement primarily concerned with limiting the Federal government and fixing the economy.
Only having been established 2009, the Tea Party is still majorly undefined as a political party.
The movement has no central leadership but is comprised of a loose affiliation of national and local groups who have different platforms and agendas.
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