King's event appears to be hastily planned. Other than "Republican Members of Congress," and "Americans concerned about our health care future," the release from the Representative's office is unclear about who they expect to be there. Under "Other Guests," the office writes "TBA."
The release went out today.
It's doubtful that King's Tea Party will draw the crowds Bachmann's did yesterday. Levi Russell, a national figure in the Tea Party Patriot movement who sent people to D.C. yesterday, said he had not heard of the event until TPMDC called him asking about it this afternoon.
Russell is currently on tour with the Tea Party Express and said he'll be somewhere in Texas tomorrow.
Late Update: Dick Armey just sent out an invitation to King's Tea Party to his FreedomWorks.org mailing list. From the email:
If you have even 15 minutes today, please also go visit your local Congressional office and tell the staff that your Congressman should VOTE NO on Pelosi-Care tomorrow.
Finally, if you live in DC, Maryland or Northern Virginia, please join us tomorrow at 1:00pm on the East Steps of the US Capitol Building in Washington, as we stand outside in solidarity against Pelosi-Care. This is our last chance to convince the Congressmen who haven't made up their minds to VOTE NO.