Tea Party (United States)
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|Chairperson||Karishma Tryn (BC)|
|Founded||February 6, 1994|
|Split from||Republican Party (1994)|
|Preceded by||Republican Party|
|Slogan||"Born Free, Die Free"|
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The Tea Party is one of the four major political parties in the United States. The Tea Party is the smaller, far-right, libertarian version on the Republican Party. The Tea Party split from the GOP over ideological differences in 1994.