Tea Party Patriots
Debbie Dooley has been in the IT field for 15 years as a Systems Administrator. In 1987 – 1992 she served as a liason between the Governor’s office and businesses in economic development matters. Debbie has served on the Gwinnett County Election and Voter Registration Board as Vice Chairman.
Debbie has been a grassroots activist since 1976 and has been actively involved in over 40 political campaigns and grassroots initiatives. She has been very heavily involved with Get Out The Vote efforts and ballot security.
Debbie has successfully fought many tax increases on both the local and state level. She is also very actively involved in lobbying at the Georgia Legislature on different issues, including tough ethics reform. Debbie believes if Constitutional conservatives are going to be successful in returning our nation to its founding principles, we need to do this from the bottom up.
Debbie became a grandmother in December of 2008 and is fighting for the future of her grandson. She became increasingly concerned about the big government and massive spending which began under the Bush Administration and dramatically increased under the Obama Administration. She began to see freedoms and liberty eroding. She was one of 22 people on the first conference call held in February of 2009 to plan the first round of tea parties held on February 27, 2009 Tea Party in response to Rick Santelli’s rant. Debbie is a co-founder of the Atlanta Tea Party which drew over 20,000 people to the April 15th, 2009 Tax Day Tea Party. She spoke at the 9-12-2009 March on D.C. event and has been active with Tea Party Patriots since its inception. She serves on the Board of Directors and national coordinator of Tea Party Patriots.
Debbie currently resides in Dacula, Georgia with her husband Phillip.