Saturday, August 17, 2013

8-17-13 MCRC Briefs

Maricopa County Republican Briefs
Aug 17, 2013
·       Volunteers Needed To Man The Phone Banks Tuesday and Thursday evening at GOP Headquarters, 3501 N. 24th for Phoenix City Council candidate Luis Rodriquez.  Contact:
·       Phx City Council Candidate Luis Rodriquez (R) will be featured on The Prepper Patch show at 2 pm, Aug 18 on KFNX 1100 AM.  You have a choice
·       At 3 pm, Aug 18, Jennifer Wright will be on KKNT 960 The Patriot on Rudi K's Main Street Out Loud to discuss the Goldwater Institute's lawsuit "Wright v. Stanton" where she is the lead plaintiff fighting against the City of Phoenix, AZ Government's illegal pension spiking system which costs the Phoenix taxpayers millions every year and threatens to bankrupt the State's Public Safety Personnel Retirement System.
·       Lisa Pandone Benson Will Be Interviewing Rep Louis Gohmert at 2 pm, Aug 18 on
·       Auctioneer And GOP Activist O C Mangold will become 75 years young on August  24. Birthday wishes can be mailed to his summer home at70984 So. Highway 61, Lake City, MN 55041  or
·       Corporation Commissioner Gary Pearce and State Treasurer Doug Ducey were among the attendees at the Mohave Republican Picnic today. Located, at 8,000 feet, in the Hualalpai mountains, the event provided a much cooler location than the Phx metro area.  Seems attendees had to drive past the annual Mohave Dems picnic on the way to their  cool site. One can only imagine the jesting  occurring along the way.
·       The Lincoln Republican Women’s Club 6 pm, Sept 9 dinner will feature Arizona State Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal at the Millennium Resort Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch,  7401 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. Buffet menu $28 per person. For RESERVATIONS:  Patricia Kaufman,    480-368-2777 or
·       Day 12:  Congressional Hearing/Town Halls scheduled during our Congressman’s five week break from Washington: 
o   Aug 20 – CD4 & CD1 Townhall: 6-8 p.m. Superior High School, 100 W Mary Drive, Superior. Topic: Super Mine project and employment. Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act  Details: Click HERE
o   Aug 21 – Congressman Matt Salmon Townhall  10-11 am  Central Christian Church, 933 North Lindsay Road, Mesa, AZ 85213  RSVP (480) 699-8239
o   Aug 22 - Congressional Hearing on IRS Abuse/EPA Overreach: 3:30-7:30 pm, Mesa Arts Center (Virginia G. Piper Repertory Theater) 1 E Main St., Mesa, AZ 85211.   See details below. Event flyer: HERE
o   Sept 23 - CD4 Townhall: - Rep Paul Gosar, 6 pm, 7401 East Civic Circle, Prescott Valley
·       Where Oh Where Are Our AZ Delegation During Their Five Week Break: Where, Oh, Where can they be? During their campaigns they were readily available and proclaimed the precinct committeemen were the most important members of the party. Are they avoiding us?  Are we no longer important – until their next election? What Would the PCs Like To Ask Your AZ Congressman At A Townhall.  Send questions:
·       Questions Received For Our Washington Delegation:
o   If there is House vote on Immigration, should those in favor of it be expunged from the Republican Party?
o   Is it possible to get a two page (2) bill passed requiring that the Borders must be secured ASAP?
o   The USA is the ONLY country in the World that is still awarding citizenship to ANYONE born in US territory (14th amendment) – How much longer will you allow this practice to exist?
o   Is it possible to pass Legislation (two pages or less) demanding the enforcement of existing Laws? Or is John McCain correct in saying on national TV that “we need to pass more laws because our existing laws are not being enforced” as justification for his position on Amnesty (Comprehensive Immigration)?
·       Contact your Arizona Senators:
·       Contact your Arizona Representatives
·       1st Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick [D]
·       2nd Rep. Ron Barber [D]
·       3rd Rep. Raúl Grijalva [D]
·       4th Rep. Paul Gosar [R]     928-445-1683               202-225-2315
·       5th Rep. Matt Salmon [R] 480-699-8239  202-225-2635
·       6th Rep. David Schweikert [R] 480-946-2411   202-225-2190
·       7th Rep. Ed Pastor [D]
·       8th Rep. Trent Franks [R] 623-776-7911 202- 225-4576
·       9th Rep. Kyrsten Sinema [D]
·       Center For Self-Governance (CSG) Training Now Available In Arizona. Learn the importance of self-governance and how to take back the country.  Class size limited to 20 per class.  Information: 
o   Level 1 – Foundations in Self-Governance - 8 hour course - $40 (includes workbook)
o   August 20 - 21,  6-10 pm,  The Haws Building, 531 S. Mesa Dr., Mesa or
o   August 24, 9am-6pm,  2812 N. Norwalk, Suite 116, Mesa. Register at
o   Center for Self-Governance – Sneak Preview – Free and Open to the Public
o   August 28, 7-8:30 pm,  Mesa Fire Department Community Room, 2830 E. Adobe, Mesa
o   “Sneak Preview” for your group, contact 480-529-1123 or
·       Phoenix Voters May Cast An Early Ballot for the Phoenix City Council Elections during business hours at Phoenix City Hall, 200 W. Washington St., 15th floor, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., through Friday, Aug. 23.  For more information about the August election, contact the City Clerk Department at 602-261-VOTE (8683), TTY 602-534-2737 or visit
·       Former Senate President Russell Pearce will make a presentation on “Medicaid Expansion in AZ” at 7  pm, Aug 20 in the Rec 1 Ballroom at Leisiure World, 908 S. Power Rd. Ask to be directed to the Pearce event at the main gate. Contact: Diane Andersen 480 395-5515
·       Volunteers Are Needed To Gather Signatures For The United Republican Alliance Of Principled Conservatives (URAPC)  Anti-Obamacare Petitions during the Payson Rodeo.
o   Aug 18 -  10:30 am – 1 pm.
It takes 2 hours to get to Payson along Rt. 87 from the Valley. The Rodeo grounds are directly west of the Mazatzal Casino, on 87. Parking lot fee $5 (will be reimbursed). Attend rodeo $22 per person.  Contact person: Anita Christi    Details:
·       Volunteers Are Needed To Circulate Arizonans Against Common Core Petitions Aug 18 at the Payson Rodeo parade and events. Call Shirley for more info, 928-468-1131, or cell 928-951-6774  Or contact Wes Harris at; or  602-942-9281   602-432-2871 (cell)
·       The Arizona Project is hosting a discussion on "What's Good About America, What's Bad About America?’ at 6:30 pm, Aug 19 at the AP office, 3375 E. Shea Blvd. #2, Phx. Chairman Ron Ludders 602 677-1496.
·       United Republican Alliance Of  Principled Conservatives (URAPC) Petitions Collectors Can Mail Their Completed petitions to: URAPC Chairman Christine Bauserman, 120 S. Houghton Rd. #138-177, Tucson, AZ 85748.  Bauserman is also planning petition pickup drives. Questions regarding URAPC should be directed to : Bauserman at 520-235-2234
·       Completed “Overturn Rep Heather Carter’s HB 2003” petitions should be returned to: signatures to put the bill on the November 2014 ballot.  “ HB2003” petitions are available at:  Wes Harris, 14802 N. Coral Gables Dr., Phoenix AZ 85023   602-942-9281, 602-432-2871 (Cell) 602-942-5327 (fax) or

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