(CNN) - A leading conservative grassroots organization that spent millions of dollars helping elect Tea Party backed candidates in the midterm elections is holding a two day retreat in Baltimore, Maryland Thursday and Friday for many of those soon to be congressional lawmakers.
FreedomWorks says the meetings, at a hotel in downtown Baltimore, will focus on what they call a "Tea Party legislators policy agenda for the 112th Congress."
A FreedomWorks spokesman tells CNN that the retreat will include discussions on how to move forward on the agenda of the Tea Party movement, including such goals as balancing the budget, suspending earmarks and repealing the new health care reform law, all of which are included in the movement's "Contract from America."
Both former House Minority Leader Dick Armey, the chairman of FreedomWorks, as well as its president, Matt Kibbe, will talk to the dozens of incoming lawmakers and some returning members of Congress who were invited to the event. Topics will include how to not set aside their campaign agenda in order to compromise and curry favor with Republican House leaders.
Many of the Tea Party backed candidates ran on a message of bringing change to Washington, and while much of their anger was directed at the Democrats, establishment Republicans were also at times in their crosshairs.
Michael Steel, spokesman for House Minority Leader John Boehner, who's expected to become the next House speaker, tells CNN that the meetings "seem like a good way to help new members be able to hit the ground running come January."
Steel adds that other ways to speed up new members' orientation to Capitol Hill are also in the works.
FreedomWorks is a nonprofit conservative organization based in the nation's capitol. It's helped train volunteer activists and has provided much of the organization behind the Tea Party movement. It also endorsed and helped get out the vote efforts for many Tea Party backed candidates this past election cycle.
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