Saturday, June 8, 2013

6-7-13 MCRC Briefs

June 7, 2013
·        Last Night, The Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Executive Guidance Committee (MCRC EGC) Overwhelmingly Voted In Favor Of Condemnation Of The “Gang Of Six” Republican Senators John McComish (LD18), Rich Crandall (LD16), Adam Driggs (LD28), Steve Pierce (LD1), Michele Reagan (LD23) and Bob Worsley (LD25) -  who voted with Dems in support of Gov. Jan Brewer’s  Medicaid Expansion.
·        The Condemned “Gang of Six” Went Against The March 7 MCRC EGC approved resolution opposing the Governor Medicaid Expansion proposal that supports Obamacare. Maricopa County GOP EGC and LDs 1, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 22, 23, 25, 26, 27 And 30; Pima County Republican LDs 2, 3 ,4, 9, 10, 11, 14;  the Coconino Republican Executive Committee , along with the Pinal, Cochise and Mohave County Republican Committees and the Yavapai County Area Directors united in passing resolutions in opposition to the Governor’s Medicaid Expansion (AHCCCS) in support of Obamacare throughout this Spring
·        Resolutions Passed By The Maricopa County Republican Executive Guidance Committee  (MCRC EGC) at the March 7 meeting are posted on the MCRC Web site.  Go to or see the 3-8-13 MCRC Briefs at  
·        Links For All Of The Medicaid Expansion Related Resolutions:
·        Christine Bauserman, Chair of United Republican Alliance of Principled Conservatives (URAPC),  and former Senator Frank Antenori spoke to the MCRC EGC last night regarding the URAPC movement to put the Medicaid Expansion issue on the ballot. Bauserman, Antenori and former Senator Ron Gould are formulating an effort to gather the necessary 84,000 petition signatures needed to put the Medicaid Expansion on the ballot if Gov. Jan Brewer signs the bill before the legislative session closes. Signatures must be collected within 90 days of the end of the session. Any Arizona registered voter can sign the petition.   There was enthusiastic response, but  MCRC EGC took no formal action on this issue last night, according to MCRC EGC Chairman A J LaFaro.
·        Republican Phoenix City Council Candidates also appeared before the MCRC EGC last night. They are:
Ø  Jim Waring, District 2,
Ø  Scott Fistler, District 4,
Ø  Sal DiCiccio, District 6,
Ø  Luis Rodriguez, District 8,
·        Wes Harris Spoke To The MCRC EGC about this petitions for redress. He can be reached at or   MCRC EGC took no action on his presentation.
·        Teresa Wright, text4freedom also addressed the MCRC EGC.  No action taken.
·        The MCRC EGC will not meet in July.  The meetings will resume  Aug 1.
·        Several of you recently Reported Some Strange Formatting appearing in Briefs.  We hope to have a new program installed this weekend that will solve the problem. We apologize for the inconvenience. 
·        LD13 will meet June 11 to hear two gubernatorial candidates – former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas and Christine Jones.  LD13 meets the second Tuesday of the month at the PebbleCreek Tuscany Falls Clubhouse – Chianti Room, 16222 Clubhouse Drive, Goodyear. Contact: Chairman Robert Branch
·        Wes Harris, We The People AZ, Is Asking Opponents Of The Medicaid Expansion and HB 2399 to attend the 10 am June 10 budget hearing that includes the Medicaid Expansion (Rm 1) and the 12:30 hearing that includes Rep. Heather Carter’s HB 2399 (Rm 3). HB2399 doubles the amount of debt that school districts may incur – which leads to increases in property taxes. Contact Harris at 602-942-9281 or 602-432-2871 (Cell) or
·        Greenlee County Republicans have scheduled their second quarter meeting at 6 pm, June 19 at Tyler’s Taste of Texas in Clifton.  Dinner at 6 pm, meeting at 7 pm.  Contact: Suzanne Menges at 928-961-0915. 
·        LD24 will not meet in June.  They will resume at 7 pm,  July 18 at AZGOP headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St., Phx.  Contact: Chairman Brian Kaufman - 480 442 2424
·        LD24 Will Participate In The Arcadia July 4th Parade. Contact: Chairman Brian Kaufman - 480 442 2424 
·        LD19 is raffling two percussion .44 caliber pistols and a few accessories. These are “cap and ball” black powder pistol designs from the 1850s and 1860s. These are Cowboy Guns. According to Joseph Hobbs, the prize is two percussion .44 caliber pistols that are safe, accurate reproductions, excellent workmanship, Historically Significant handguns:
Ø  Colt Walker inspired .44cal. Dragoon #3 (a.k.a..44cal. 1851 Navy Colt) (5 shots fired!) and
Ø  Remington .44 caliber Model 1858 (never fired!)
Winning tickets will be drawn at 7 pm, Aug 12. Ticket donations are $4 or three for $10. Remote entries can be made by sending payment (check or cash) to LD-19 Chair Cherie Scott, 3609 N. 127th Drive, Avondale, AZ 85392. Include your name, phone number and/or email address. You will receive verification of receipt via email or phone and you will be given your ticket number(s). Contact: Joseph Hobbs or 480-381-2380.
·        The June 22 Potluck BBQ Picnic And Raffle for has been cancelled due to scheduling. Contact: Sue Goodchild Or 636-7355  
·        Immediate Past Maricopa County Republicans Chairman Tom Morrissey’s recently published “In Search Of”  is now in second place on the Amazon Spiritual Metaphysical Fiction List.
·        Rusty Childress will address “Amnesty” at the  7 pm, June 10 Arizona Project meeting to be held at 3375 E. Shea Blvd., Phx. Contact: Ronald Ludders, Chairman  602-677-1496
·        Arizona Project members are asked to bring a few canned foods, eggs, fresh fruits or vegetables to the meeting for a member who needs help after suffering a heart attack.   Contact: Ronald Ludders, Chairman  602-677-1496.
·        Governor Jan Brewer This Week Launched Her 2013 Summer Reading List Program, a statewide initiative to promote childhood reading during the summer break. Brewer’s Reading List Program was first introduced in May 2012 as part of her administration’s ongoing mission to enhance childhood literacy. This year’s initiative has been developed through a partnership with the Arizona Science Center, with collaboration from Arizona libraries, the Arizona Department of Education and Read On Arizona.  Between now and August 31, 2013, participating students are asked to read at least four materials from the Governor’s suggested reading lists. The lists – which can be viewed at  – are comprised of age-appropriate texts that satisfy the state’s Common Core education standards. Each includes helpful information to allow parents to see whether or not their child is reading at the appropriate age level. Upon completion of the books, parents are asked to log-on to the Arizona Ready website and verify their son or daughter has completed their list. The child will receive a congratulatory certificate from the Governor, as well as a coupon for free admission to the Arizona Science Center.To register your child for the Governor’s 2013 Summer Reading List program, visit
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