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Donald-Trump-To-Hold-Rally-In-Prescott-Valley on Tuesday, Oct 4 in the Prescott Valley Event Center, 3201 North Main St., Prescott Valley. Doors open at 11 a.m. Get Tickets You may only register up two (2) tickets per mobile number per event. All tickets are subject to first come first serve basis. “Let's fill the 6200 seats!” said Yavapai County Trump Campaign Brenda Dickinson. Contact Dickinson at (928) 925-1549. Those wishing to car pool from the Anthem area should contact Vera Andersen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Important 2016 Election Dates And Deadlines
Sept 29 – Last day to file as a write-in candidate for the General Election.
Oct 10 – Voter registration deadline for General Election.
Oct 12 – Early Ballot Voting begins for General Election.
Nov 8 – General Election Day.
Professor-Who-Has-Predicted-Every-President-Since-1984-Gives-13-Reasons-Trump-Is-Going-To-Win His "keys" consist of 13 true or false statements…
MSNBC-Busted-For-Media-Bias-When-It-Lists-Strikingly-Different-Debate-Tasks-For-Trump-And-Clinton BuzzFeed journalist Andrew Kaczynski was the first to point out the networks' stunning difference in covering the candidates.
The-Emerging-Connections-Between-The-Muslim-Brotherhood-And-'Never-Trump' … The “Never Trump” coalition has always consisted of a few noisy politicians within Washington” DC. Sen Ben Sasse, Sen Jeff Flake, Sen John McCain and Rep Adam Kinzinger among the most noteworthy.
Alleged-Bill-Clinton-Rape-Victim-Responds-To-Chelsea; Your-Father-Is-A-Sexual-Predator Juanita Broaddrick: "Your parents are not good people" -- Alleged Bill Clinton rape victim Juanita Broaddrick reacted to Chelsea Clinton’s complaint about people attacking her family by reminding Chelsea that her father is a “sexual predator”. After Donald Trump took the high road by refusing to bring up the plethora of sexual abuse accusations against Bill Clinton during Monday night’s debate with Hillary, Chelsea Clinton used an interview with Cosmopolitan as an opportunity to play the victim.
On Tuesday, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar penned an op-ed for the Daily Caller, “responding to a video posted last week to the White House Facebook page showing President Obama shamelessly using a six-year-old boy to promote his misguided refugee agenda.” Gosar’s op-ed in its entirety Here
Trump Team Angi Stamm: Volunteers are needed to work at the Greek Festival of Chandler and the San Tan Chandler Oktoberfest between 11 am – 3pm., Sat., Oct 1. Wear your Trump/Deplorable Patriotic Gear and join us for a sidewalk sign waive and to distribute yard signs and bumper stickers. At 3 pm we will go to our cars and do a "TRUMP TRAIN" caravan over to the San Tan Chandler Oktoberfest in Downtown Chandler and the Greek Festival of Chandler at the St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church, 2716 N. Dobson Road in Chandler (S of Elliot on W. side of Dobson Rd.) Parking:
- On residential side streets (Comstock or Cheyenne Drive on either side of church)
- SE corner of Dobson/Elliot in the shopping center, but you will have to walk a couple blocks
- or Park & Take Shuttle bus from Seton High School 1150 E Dobson Rd N. of Ray to church
IMPORTANT: I will meet volunteers on the sidewalk, outside the perimeter of the church, closer to the south end of the church. We will be standing outside of the event and will not have a table or booth inside. We are only allowed to be outside on the public sidewalk. Look for Trump signs, you won't be able to miss them. Please RSVP to me Angi Stamm - Trump TEAM DEPLORABLE, 602.561.3817 (I'll have my ringer on!) email@example.com
The State Board of Education will meet at 9 am., Mon., Oct 24 in the Arizona Department of Education, Room 112, 1535 W. Jefferson, Phoenix 85007 to address making Kindergarten a Full Day Grade” for every child in Arizona. RSVP with your name, organization, and contact information if you plan to attend and express your opinion.
Last Tuesday, Greater Phoenix Leadership (GPL) and the Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) hosted Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and over 1/3 of the Arizona State legislature along with over two hundred business and education leaders at the PBS television studios to hear ASU President Dr. Michael Crow, Mesa Superintendent Dr. Michael Cowan, and Tolleson Supt Dr. Lupita Hightower share the Power of K and how Full Day Kindergarten = Literacy for Arizona. The Power of K Breakfast Video
Congressman Matt Salmon after the House confirmed the Senate’s veto override of S. 2040, the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act. “The President’s veto was surprising since it prioritized foreign interests over American citizens, but today Congress showed that it answers first to the American people. I’m proud that members on both sides of the aisle joined together and put American interests ahead of party politics for this historic vote. The September 11th attacks were heinous, but adding insult to injury was a law barring American citizens from seeking compensation simply because some of those who assisted the perpetrators were connected with a foreign government. Today’s bill rightly remedies that and gives these families access to their own courts for their own protection.”
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas announced four Arizona schools have been recognized as National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education. The four schools receiving this honor are Fuller Elementary School in Tempe, Vista Del Sur Traditional School in Laveen, University High School in Tucson and Jack Barnes Elementary School in Queen Creek. These schools are among 279 public and 50 private schools that will be recognized at a ceremony in Arlington, Virginia on November 7-8. www.ed.gov/nationalblueribbonschools or contact Alexis Susdorf, the Blue Ribbon School Program Coordinator for Arizona at (602) 542-3309 or Alexis.Susdorf@azed.gov.
The”Addiction: The Elephant In The Room”, National Red Ribbon Kick-off , is scheduled at 11 am, Mon, Oct 24 at Arizona State Capitol, Senate Lawn, 1700 W. Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85007 with speakers including Governor Doug Ducey, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, Arizona Department of Public Safety Director Colonel Frank Milstead, Maryville Police Commander Sean Connolly, Dr. Troy McJunkin, Arizona Health Services Medical Director Dr. Sara Salek, students, and members of the recovery community. Open to the public. Free Registration at: SubstanceAbuse.AZ.gov
The Martha McSally for Congress Campaign has released a new poll showing McSally with a 19-point lead over her challenger Dem Matt Heinz. The poll was conducted by WPA Research. see poll results
The Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Precinct Committeeman Awards Dinner will feature speaker Stephen M Studdert, an advisor to three President; Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and an unnamed guest speak, according to awards dinner chairman Liz Alcorn.
Wal-Mart Has Issued An Apology after one of its Georgia stores refused to make a “Blue Lives Matter” cake for a police officer’s retirement party, according to WGCL-TV. Taylor Wilkes, a friend of the officer's family, posted on Facebook that employees at the Wal-Mart in McDonough called... READ MORE.
Wickenburg Residents Can Pick Up Trump/Pence Yard Signs and bumper stickers at Lydia’s LaCanasta, 2023 W Wickenburg Way (SW corner of Hwy 60/Vulture Peak Way). Voter registration forms are also available at the restaurant. VR and must be delivered to the Maricopa County Recorder’s office by 5 pm., Oct 1 for the signee to vote in the Nov 8 General Election. Mariachis will be playing between 5:30-7:30 pm, Sat., evening.
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The Chips N Salsa Radio Show is the only local conservative Latino perspective can be heard at 8 pm Fridays on www.1100KFNX.com and 4 pm. Saturdays on www.CentralCityRadio.com with hosts Martin Gonzalez, George Ortiz and Alice Lara. Sponsorship - contact Gonzalez MartinGonzalezonline@hotmail.com or www.ChipsNSalsaShow.com
Mesa Republican Women will meet at 11:30 am, Thurs., Oct 6 at 1900 E. University Drive, Suite 11, Mesa 85213. Lunch is $10 for members, $12 for visitors/guests. Mesa Mayor John Giles will be speaking about the proposed Mesa City sales tax increase; Question 1 on our November ballot. RSVP deadline is Sunday night, Oct 2, to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (480) 615-0524. MRW meets the first Thursday of each month. Membership is $25, Jan-Dec and Men/Associate Memberships are $15. Upcoming meetings: Nov 3 - Congressman Matt Salmon and other elected officials, also a tribute to o Veterans in honor of Veterans Day. Christmas Party And Membership Drive on December 1st. Enjoy the performing talents of some of our elected officials! Lunch at our December meeting is $5 with a paid membership renewal or new membership. Contact President Sherry Pierce at email@example.com or (480) 615-0524
LD22 Activist Kay Heep: Help Elect our Republican Candidates to the Maricopa County Community - College Board--Two years ago, Maricopa County voters demanded a NEW DIRECTION and overwhelmingly elected John Heep as the at-large representative. He is now up for re-election for a four-year term on the governing board. John Heep has voted for lower tuition and against increasing taxes since he began his tenure on the board. In voting for a balanced budget, he has advocated for reductions in administrative costs, lower tuition for students and improving pay for faculty and staff. John is the only REPUBLICAN candidate for the at-large seat. Republican candidate Laurin Hendrix of Gilbert is extremely committed to improving community college education and is a candidate for District 1 Governing Board member, representing the East Valley communities of Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee and the San Tan Valley. This is an open seat, currently held by a Democrat, in which there in no incumbent. Laurin has served our community in many capacities. As a member of the Arizona House of Representative from District 22. Laurin served as a member of the Education Committee and was Vice Chairman of the Commerce Committee. Laurin has been active in the Republican Party and has worked with GOP candidates and elected officials advocating for a better quality of life, lower taxes, and less government intervention in our personal lives. The election is November 8th.
Francine Verhaagen: George Stephanopoulos, ABC journalist. - He used to be an advisor to Bill Clinton. - gave $ 75,000 to the Democratic party. What it means: he is biased. The way he is asking questions to Donald Trump is biased. George Stephanopoulos should resign; of course, it’s not easy to resign when you just signed a contract for $ 107 millions…
The LD17 Victory Office is calling for volunteers to make phone calls, register voters, distribute signs and campaign materials, and talk to voters about the Republican Party. Contact Chairman Dr. Shadow Asgari at 480-250-2106 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Central Republican Women of Phoenix will meet for dinner at 6:15 pm., Thurs., Oct 6 at the Hilton Phoenix Suites, 10 E Thomas Road in Phoenix with AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham and 2016 Republican candidates. It is also CWAC Recognition Night. $30 per dinner. Social hour at 5:30 pm with incumbents Rep. Kate Brophy McGee and Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell and candidates Maricopa Special Health Care District 5 Director Terry McMahon; CD Eve Nunez; Roosevelt School District candidate Andy Zhang; LD 28 candidates Maria Syms and Mary Hamway; Maricopa County Chief Deputy Treasurer Royce Flora as well as Phoenix City Councilman Bill Gates. RSVP to Jan Webb email@example.com, or by phone at 602-318-1010 no later than Sun, Oct 2, whether attending or not attending. Parking is available at Phoenix Plaza Parking Garage adjacent to the hotel. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The ASU College Republicans will meet at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Oct 6 at BAC 324 with Tempe Vice Mayor Robin Arredondo-Savage, and Steve Watson who is running for School Superintendent of Maricopa County. Campus map.
The Central Republican Women of Phoenix will be phone banking between 5:30-8:30 pm Thurs., Oct 13 at the AZGOP Victory Office, 3501 N. 24th Street, in Phoenix.
Thursday, October 27 - CRWOP @ AZGOP Victory Office, same as above.
LD17 “Call Training” is scheduled between 5-6 pm., Thurs., Sept 29 and between 10 am –noon on Sat., Oct 1 in the Victory office, 1900 W Germann Road #12 at the NE corner of Dobson/Germann, Details: or signupgenius or sign up instructions
The ASU College Republicans will be phone banking for CD9 candidate Dave Giles Mon., Oct 3 at the campaign's headquarters in Tempe. Ff\ood and refreshments provided. Bring your smartphone and a pair of headphones with a microphone. Stay as long as you can so you can help us flip this district to Republican. Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1765224363728484/
KFYI Radio Personality Mike Broomhead will be the speaker for the Fountain Hill Republican Club’s annual Christmas Party at 9a m., Sat., Dec 17 in the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ. Attendees are invited to bring an unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots. Attendees are invited to bring a food item, although not required to participate in the pot luck breakfast.
The Lincoln Republican Women’s Club dinner (spouses invited) will be held 6 pm., Mon., Oct 3 at the New McCormick/Millennium Resort, McCormick Ranch, 7401 N Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, with a Scottsdale City Council Candidate panel consisting of Suzanne Klapp, Virginia Korte, Guy Phillips and Daniel Schweiker. $35 per person. Reservations required by Thur., Sept 29 to Patricia Kaufman 480-368-2777 or email@example.com
The Central Republican Women of Phoenix will conduct election and installation of new officers at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Nov 3. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The ASU College Republicans Vice Presidential Debate Watch Party between Mike Pence and Tim Kaine is scheduled at 6 pm, Oct 4 in Room: LL 103. Serving food and drinks. This is not their regular meeting room.
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The Arrowhead Republican Women’s Halloween/Fall Lunch is scheduled at noon, Wed., Oct 19 at the home of Anne Wojcik in Peoria. RSVP: by October 14 to email@example.com (put “ARW Chili” in Subject line). Up to 30 people can be accommodated. Address will be given to attendees upon RSVPs.
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Arizona State Parks is seeking volunteer advisors to the Arizona Outdoor Recreation Coordinating Commission (AORCC). Applications are due Nov 1. All members are appointed to a 3-year term beginning in January 2017. The Arizona State Committee on Trails (ASCOT) represents non-motorized trail interests and serves in an advisory capacity to the AORCC and the Parks Board. The overall mission of the Arizona Trails Program is to promote, develop, and preserve non-motorized trail opportunities throughout the state. Applications ASCOT :azstateparks.com/trails OHVAG: azparks.wufoo.com/forms NAPAC: azparks.wufoo.com/forms or the Arizona State Parks website under Advisory Committees at www.azstateparks.com or contact Brianne Fisher, Advisory Committee Administrative Assistant at (602) 542-6968 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Arizona Republican Lawyers Association will host Former US Senator Jon Kyl at noon, Mon., Oct 3 luncheon at Snell & Wilmer, One Arizona Center, Downtown Phoenix. $25 per person includes CLE Credit. RSVP to email@example.com Kyl
will share his 40 year Election Day experiences from being on the forefront of Election Day Operations and lead a discussion the importance of the Nov 8 General Election.
The Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Lincoln Dinner is scheduled at 7 pm, Sat., Oct 15 at the Sheraton Grand Hotel, 340 N 3rd St., Phoenix. Social hour at 5:30 pm. Speaker to be announced. Attire: Business casual. $60 per precinct committeeman/spouse. Table of 10 - $600. Guests/general admission - $100 per ticket. Legislative tables (10) - $1,000. Sponsor tables (10) - $1,500. Premier tables (10) - $2,000.Cash, check or credit card. Mail reservations to: Liz Alcorn, 12040 N 133rd Way., Scottsdale, AZ 85259. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 602-315-0349.
Former two-term Maricopa County Republican Committee Chairman Rob Haney is taping a series of Never McCain video. They will be listed here as Haney releases them:
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You Still Have Until Oct 10 to register to vote in the Nov 8 General Election. .. or update your current voter information. You can register and update information online. You can also pick up registrations forms at a US post office or local Motor Vehicle Department.
Trump Team County Chairmen Contact Information:
Apache/Navajo Counties- Gene Hall: (928-205-9787) email@example.com
Gila County – Lolly Hathhorn : ( 928-474-2334) firstname.lastname@example.org
Graham County- John Duane Rhodes: ( 928-651-0563) email@example.com
La Paz County – Jennifer Jones (725-666-9791) firstname.lastname@example.org
Maricopa County – Lori Urban: (480-221-9633) email@example.com
Mohave County- Larry Schiff: (928-530-3637) (928-530-36370 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pima County – Christine Bauserman: (520-235-2234) email@example.com
Pinal County – Debra Shaw Rhodes (520-840-3091) firstname.lastname@example.org
Yavapai County – Brenda Dickinson: (928- 925-1549) email@example.com
Yuma County – Jonathan Lines (928-580-0349) firstname.lastname@example.org
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
A Meet & Greet For LD18 Senate Candidate Frank Schmuck is scheduled at 5:30 pm., Thurs., Sept 29 at the home of Ed and Lorraine Pellegrino, 1233 E Squawbush Place, Phoenix, AZ 85284. Appetizers and beverages to be served. RSVP: teasch/event Contact: www.TeamSCHMUCK.com
The Pima County Republican Women and the Foundation for Responsible Accountable Government is hosting “13 Hours: The Inside Account Of What Really Happened In Benghazi” at pm., Fri., Sept 30 at the DoubleTree Hilton Hotel Reid Park, 445 S Alvernon Way in Tucson. Kris Paronto tells the insider account of the attacks in Benghazi. The 13 hours of assault dramatically impacted the lives of those serving in Benghazi and resulted in the loss of an American diplomat, Ambassador Stevens, Info Officer Sean Smith and former Navy Seals Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods. Paronto shares the details of the moments, decisions and results of the historic day. Contact Mary Preble at 520-409-9269 to register for tickets or questions.
The Foundation for Responsible Accountable Government / Pima County Republican Women's Club will host the showing of 13 Hours: The Inside Account Of What Really Happened In Benghazi at 7 pm., Fri., Sept 30 at the DoubleTree Hilton Hotel - Reid Park, 445 S Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85711. Kris Paronto tells the insider account of the attacks in Benghazi. The 13 hours of assault dramatically impacted the lives of those serving in Benghazi and resulted in the loss of an American diplomat, Ambassador Stevens, Info Officer Sean Smith and former Navy Seals Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods. Kris shares the details of the moments, decisions and results of the historic day. Contact: Mary Preble email@example.com 520-409-9269.
An LD11 Candidate’s Forum is planned at 2 pm., Sat., Oct 1 in the Oro Valley auditorium, 1495 E Rancho Vistoso Blvd, Oro Valley, AZ.
A Reception Is Scheduled for incumbent Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips will be held Sat., Oct 1 at 5528 N Quail, Paradise Valley. Refreshments along with wine, beer and soft drinks. RSVP to Breyer7724@outlook.com or call Lynne at 480-984-2798. The event hosted by Dr Ram & Meera Krishna, with special guests Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, Senate Nancy Barto, Corporation Commissioner Doug Little, Phoenix Councilman Sal Diciccio and Mayoral candidate Bob Littlefield.
The Tucson Trump Run - All Motor Surprise Run is scheduled at 10 am., Sat., Oct 1 at the Territorial Bar, 3727 S Palo Verde Rd, Tucson, AZ. Support military and vets. $10 donation appreciated. Contact: Martina Romero, firstname.lastname@example.org 520-571-6808.
The Sun City West Republican Club will meet Sat., Oct 1 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd. Coffee and donuts are provided at 8 am. Meeting at 8:30 am. A $2 donation is requested which helps pay for the room rental. The speakers will be the three Republican candidates for the Central Arizona Project (CAP) Water Board -- Michael Francis, a rose farmer from Litchfield Park, whose family has been farming in the west valley for 75 years; Mark Lewis, project manager, who was VP of Engineering for various golf course communities in the Phoenix area, and Jennifer Brown, mother of five children who runs the family Property Management business. The CAP Water Board provides water to Epcor, Peoria, Surprise and Glendale along with 5 million people throughout central AZ. The team will speak on the importance of water conservation and the importance of keeping open the Navajo coal fired power plant that Obama's EPA is trying to shut down, which would cost rate payers billions of dollars. Contact: :Publicity chairlady Jean Goncalves.
The Surprise Tea Party Patriots will not meet Oct 4. Their next meeting is Oct 18 with Arizona GOP candidates in the Grand Canyon Room at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 W R H Johnson Blvd. Sun City West, AZ 85375. Future meetings are set for Nov 1, Nov 15 and Dec 6. Surprise Tea Party Patriots Website
The Scottsdale Mayoral and City Council Forum ( all 6 candidates) is scheduled at 6 pm., Wed., Oct 5 at The Marshall Art Gallery,7106 E. Main Street, in the Arts District downtown Scottsdale. The event is co-hosted by the Community Council of Scottsdale and COGS -Coalition of Greater Scottsdale. Contact: Frances Droll email@example.com
The Colorado River Tea Party will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., Oct 6 to hear in the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma. Speaker tba www.coloradoriverteaparty.org
Concerned Citizens for America presents “Our Arizona Border and The Republican Platform What Do They Have In Common?” at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Oct 6 at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Road, Sedona, AZ 86336. Presented by Dwight and Andrea Kada. Dwight was a CD1 Delegate to the RNC National Convention. Andrea was also a Delegate from CD 1 and one of two Arizonans on the National Republican Platform Committee. www.ConcernedCitizensforAmerica.com
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Congressman Matt Salmon on word of the passing of Israeli statesman Shimon Peres.“As a trailblazer of peace in the Middle East, Shimon Peres will be deeply missed. He left his mark on one of our strongest allies through his tireless dedication to the dream of peace. With this dedication, he forged the first agreement between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization, ensuring safety and security for people on both sides of the conflict.His commitment to ending the scourge of violence is a vision today’s conflicted world would do well to embrace. May we recommit ourselves to the cause of peace and work toward peaceful coexistence with all people.”
Congresswoman Martha McSally on the passing of former Israeli Prime Minister and President Shimon Peres:“I join many around the world today in morning Shimon Peres, who served Israel from its earliest days to his last breath. Peres championed Israel’s security and prosperity, and was a key figure who made possible the 1993 Oslo Accords. But he will not just be remembered for his decades of service to his beloved country, but for his optimism and unfailing advocacy for peace. Peres was a visionary who spent his life working toward a better world, someone who reflected the best of all humanity, and his impact will be felt long into the future.”
Congresswoman Martha McSally: Fighting for transparency - Recently, we heard that DHS was potentially suppressing a taxpayer funded report that details the probability of an individual successfully crossing the border illegally, including estimates of those who are not detected by the U.S. Border Patrol. From hearings I've held, we know that DHS is pushing unreliable and incomplete metrics about its effectiveness on the border, which makes this information so important. That's why I sent a letter to Homeland Secretary Jeh Johnson requesting his department release its report before the end of the month. In order to rebuild trust in our system, we need transparency with the American people and full and accurate measurements of our effectiveness along the border. Read letter HERE.
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Congressional candidate Paul Babeu: Our nation is being tested by Russia and Iran. We’re no longer respected by world leaders. Our economic growth continues to underperform. And it’s all on the brink of getting a lot worse if we lose in November -- if we put Hillary in the White House, or lose our majorities in the House and Senate. Winning starts today! I can’t sit by and watch as Obama, Hillary, and their ilk continue to destroy our home. I REFUSE to do nothing, but we need you to help us close strong. The end-of-quarter fundraising deadline is September 30th -- just days away. This is our last opportunity to show the pundits and experts that our momentum is real, and that our supporters are ready to fight for victory over these finals weeks of the campaign. chip in Let’s take our home back from the D.C. progressives.
Corporation Commission candidate Andy Tobin: I wanted to give you an update from the campaign trail. I am getting around the state working with our elected officials and grassroots to get my message of lean responsive government to our voters. We need conservative voices to fight for affordable power to all of Arizona's communities. Last night I spoke at the office opening of the Republican Victory office in Chandler Arizona. It was great to be with people from Chandler, Gilbert, Sun Lakes, and Mesa, who care about our state and nation and will spend their time persuading our fellow citizens to get out and vote. I know the outside interests on the left will attack me as we close out this campaign. With your help I can get my message out and respond to attacks. Please consider a donation today.
CD candidate Paul Babeu: A lot of folks in D.C. like to make excuses or point fingers. No one offers solutions. As a law man, it’s been my job to find the difficult solutions. I don’t get to make excuses, blame someone else, and hope things would go away. I’ll be the same way as your congressman. I’ve seen the impact weak border security has had on our communities. People deserve answers and not pandering. My experience has taught me to stand firm and to fight for my convictions. I think it’s safe to say we share those convictions. In D.C. I’ll fight to deliver the conservative victories our country needs, that the people of Arizona deserve, and I don’t care who I have to go up against to do it. So will you join me? We’re facing a deadline and I need you with me, friend. Chip In Let’s win this together.
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