Taxpayer Freedom Rally 2015



April 30th which is Tax Freedom Day in Minnesota, is the  day that Minnesota taxpayers start working for themselves after they work to pay their taxes for the year. On April 30th we’ll kick off two weeks of events geared to helping you make your voice heard at the capitol this session. 


Also you can start picking up badges NOW. 

  1. Celebrate Freedom (For attending our tax freedom event on April 30--register below)
  2. Email Activist  (email your state legislators using our one click system. It's fast and easy!)
  3. Phone Activist (phone legislators on issues of importance)
  4. Social Media Activist  (tweet, Facebook, or use social media to make your opinion known on the issues)
  5. Capitol Activist  (Come to the capitol to watch a hearing on important issues or to meet with your legislator)
  6. Give Activist (Help us spread the word by donating to the Taxpayers League of Minnesota)

We may also add badges from time to time as appropriate over the next few weeks...

 This virtual rally will take place from now until May 16, when the Legislative Session is over. 

April 30, we are holding our kick-off event and and tax freedom day celebration at Josephs in St. Paul.  Mitch Berg, host of the Northern Alliance Radio Network on AM 1280 is acting as our master of ceremonies.  Cost to attend is a $20 donation to the Taxpayers league of Minnesota OR attaining one of our Activism badges.

Eventbrite - Taxpayer Freedom Day Celebration

We hope to see you at Josephs on the 30th! 

Are we no longer doing the rally at the Capitol? No, We are just taking a year off.  The capitol is one big construction zone and convenient parking is limited.  In addition, weather is always a factor.  We don't want to limit our voices to one day where other factors might play a role in attendance and participation.

A lot of effort goes into the rally not only on our part but by other groups who staff exhibit tables and help manage the crowds.  

We thought, why not come up with event that is more effective in spreading our message of lower taxes, less regulation and limited government than an event that lasts for a few hours on a Saturday in April or May. Our legislators need to hear from us from now until May 16 when session ends. 

With the Governor and the legislature contemplating increasing the budget to $42 B, a gas tax, and a $842 Million dollar bonding bill, there is no greater need for taxpayers to make their presence known at the capitol this year.  But this year we came up with a way to make that happen without taking a Saturday away from you.