Larry Naritelli Describes What It Was Like To Run For California Governor As A Tea Party Candidate From His Book Don’t Tread On Me

Larry Naritelli, author of DON'T TREAD ON ME

Larry Naritelli is a lifelong Republican.

He ran for Governor of California in 2010, after becoming disenfranchised with the Republican establishment as it moved away from the conservative values of Ronald Reagan.

In 2009 he joined the Tea Party movement as an American patriot to join others who believe in small limited government, low taxes, and free market capitalism.

Larry is the chairman and CEO of New Reagan Patriots, a group dedicated to promoting the resurgence of national pride and Constitutional rights via education and grassroots efforts.

Larry is the author of Don’t Tread On Me: The Story of My Run for California Governor as a Tea Party Candidate.

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