Friday, November 1, 2013

11-1-13 MCRC Briefs


Maricopa County Republican Briefs

Maricopa County Republican Chairman: AJ LaFaro

Briefs Editor – Frosty Taylor


Nov 1, 2013  


·        Voters-Say-They-Are-Ready-To-Jettison-Congressional-Incumbents

·        John McCain -- We'll Pass Amnesty After The Primaries

·        Arizona-Republican-Senator-John-McCain-Urges-House-To-Act-On-Immigration-Reform-Says-Issue-Cant-Wait

·        McCain: Except For That Benghazi Thing, Hillary Was An Awesome Sec State

·        Senator-John-McCain-Lets-His-RINO-Flag-Fly

·        The Anti-Surge: How Obama Snatched Defeat From The Jaws Of Victory In Iraq   By John McCain And Lindsey Graham

·        U.S. Senators: What’s The Strategy In Syria?  U.S. Ambassador To Syria Had Tense Exchanges With Panel's Harshest Critics: McCain And Corker.


·       Dennis Michael Lynch’s ‘Never Forget Tour’ will be presented at 6 pm, Nov 2 at the Amphi High School,125 W. Yavapai Road, Tucson. $15 admission. Sponsored by the Pima County Tea Party Patriots. RSVP:


·       The Yavapai County Trunk & Tusk Family Cook-Out (Ranch Style BBQ with games and activities) is scheduled at Mortimer Family Farms (formerly Young’s Farm) in Dewey between 10 am and 3 pm, Nov. 2. Tickets are $25  per adult; children under 12/under are half-price. Entertainments includes The Rusty Pistols Cowboy Band  and Ashley Darling will present her rendition of the National Anthem.  Tickets are on sale now for a Ruger SR22 Pistol Raffle;  $5 a piece, 3 for $10, or 7 for $20.  $5Donor Cards are being sold again for a chance to win a free ticket to the Cook-Out (two drawings Oct 30. For BBQ/raffle tickets (928) 776-4500.


·       Some Of The Political Speakers Slated To Appear At Tomorrow’s Yavapai County Cook-Out includes AZGOP First Vice Chairman Russell Pearce, all the gubernatorial candidates, state treasurer candidates Hugh Hallman and Martin Sepulvda, Prescott Mayor Harvey Skoog, Prescott City Councilman Charlie Arnold and LD1 candidate Linda Gray.


·       For Those Of You Who Missed This Week’s Common Core Senate Symposium. View Video senate symposium on common core or  (Streaming Video Archive Section).


·       LD6 Sen Chester Crandall is running for re-election in LD6.  


·       MCRC PC Jon Altmann Is Working With Organizing Committee For The Diocese Of Phx on its 3rd Annual Veterans “Red, White & Blue Mass” is scheduled at 11 am, Nov 3 at All Saints Catholic Parish , 1534 N. Recker Rd., Mesa. A reception will follow. All faiths are invited. This is part of the continuing effort by the Diocese to  help veterans, military members and their families. Contact:  Altmann, Senior Chief Intelligence Specialist, US Navy (Ret) & Parish St. Joseph Catholic Church Parish Manager, 11001 N. 40th St., Phx, Tel: 602-996-5120


·       The National Day Of Remembrance Candlelight Vigil For Arizona Victims killed by illegal aliens is scheduled from 5:30-6 pm, Nov 3 at Wesley Bolin Park, 17th Ave/Adams, Phx. Stolen Lives Quilts will be displayed, a bell ringing ceremony is planned as victim’s names are called out. Contact: Barbra Heller, 602-505- 8760,


·       AZGOP First Vice Chairman Russell Pearce will address the Arrowhead Republican Women’s 11:45 am, Nov 13 luncheon at the Briarwood Country Club - 135th Ave & Meeker Blvd, Sun  City. RSVP deadline: 5 pm, Nov 8. Members are asked to bring nail care items for the ‘Caring for America” collection.  No jeans. Adults only. $20 per person.


·       Congressman Paul Gosar and Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick have been invited to join hostess DM Collins for the Nov 18 production of "The Pulse of Arizona".   A team from different CD’s will be featured each month.


·       Rey Torres, Director of Communications for the Majority Caucus of the Arizona House of Representatives, is recuperating from an appendicitis attack.


·       Nov 5 – Tucson Polling Locations:   open from 6 am - 7 pm

ü  Tucson City Clerk Elections Center, 800 E. 12th Street

ü  Ward 1 – Dept of Housing, 310 N. Commerce Park Loop

ü  Ward 2 – Morris K. Udall Regional Center, 7200 E. Tanque Verde

ü  Ward 3 – Donna R. Liggins Recreation Center, 2160 N. 6th Avenue

ü  Ward 4 – William Clements Recreation Center – 8155 E. Poinciana Drive

ü  Ward 5 – El Pueblo Senior Center, 101 W. Irvington Road

ü  Ward 6 – Parks & Recreation at Randolph Park, 900 S. Randolph Way


·       The Pima County Republican Election Night Celebration is planned at 6:30 pm, Nov 5, at Sir Veza's Taco Garage, Tucson Mall (220 W Wetmore Rd), Tucson.

·       Secretary Of State Ken Bennett Has Released The Latest Voter Registration Figures: Arizona has 3,224,727 registered voters, a decrease of 3,092 since the last report in July.  Of the state's 3.2 million voters, 1,129,845 are Republicans, 964,088 are Democrats and 1,099,046 have either registered with independent parties or not designated a party preference.  Libertarians make up a little less than one percent of the state’s total registration with 25,845, while 5,601 voters are currently registered as members of the Green Party. Additionally, the Americans Elect Party has enrolled 302 voters since joining the state's other recognized political parties in 2011.


·       The Phoenix Veterans Day Parade Will Begin At 11 Am, Nov 11 at the Phoenix Baptist Church. See details:


·       Are you going to lose your insurance or doctor because of Obamacare? Are your premiums going to skyrocket? Send Your Picture And Story To Facesofobamacare@Gmail.Com to be a part of Rep. Trent Franks' Faces of Obamacare project.


·       The Pima County Republicans Have Scheduled A Nov 16 Reception/Dinner with Congressman Matt Salmon at the Skyline Country Club, 5200 St. Andrews Drive in Tucson. 6 pm social, 6:30 dinner. $40 per person or $70 per couple. Program includes a “salute to veterans.” RSVP by Nov 13 to Linda White: or 520 321-1492


·       American Latino Republican Association leaders Reymundo Torres, Sergio Arellano and Jose Borrajero will delve into topics of interest to conservative Latinos during the 7-8 pm segment of  new The Red Pill Approved  radio blog talk show. Borrajero is the Second Vice Chairman of the Maricopa County Republicans and LD15 secretary. Torres is the Director of Communications for the Majority Caucus of the Arizona House of Representatives.  Arellano is an awarding winning Iraq war veteran and the LD2 chairman in southern Arizona. The show airs every Sunday evening on WBTN. call-in number:  (914) 338-1458.  RedPillApprovedWBTN   


·       Congressman Matt Salmon Will Be Conducting Two Town Halls next week in AZ:

ü  Nov 4, 2-4 pm, Townhall with Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny, Faith Family Church, 11530 East Queen Creek Road, Chandler, AZ 85286

ü  Nov 5. 7-8 pm,Townhall with Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney,  Queen Creek Public Library,  21802 South Ellsworth Road, Queen Creek, AZ 85142
RSVP (480) 699-8239.


·       Nov 22 – Breakfast With Councilman Thelda Williams. 7:30 am, Deer Valley Airport restaurant, 702 West Deer Valley Road, Phx. Topic: Desert Ridge Judge Clancy Jayne on the 26 Justice Courts around the Valley, Domestic Violence, Orders of Protection, Injunctions against Harassment and Harassment at the Work Force. Breakfast: $4.99 each. Register Now!


·       Phx Vice Mayor Bill Gates Is Planning A District 3 Coffee Chat at 7:30 am, Nov 14.  Location tba.


·       Phx District 3 Coffee With A Cop is scheduled at 8 am, Nov 20 at Bill Johnson’s Big Apple, 16810 N. 19th Ave., Phx.


·       Nov. 5, (Election Day) Is The Last Day For Registered Voters in Phoenix City Council Districts 4 and 8 to cast a ballot for the runoff election.  All 11 voting centers will be from 6 am to 7 pm.  The election is open to Phoenix residents who are registered voters and reside within Districts 4 or 8 at least 29 days prior to the election.


·       The Yavapi County Gop Campaign Management School was attended by approximately 30 people including, Diane Breault, Peggy Magee, Brenda Dickinson, Rose Sperry, Cory Gardner and his mom, and Ron Williams.  Also, in attendance were Greg Lazzell, Nettie Lamerson, Pam Calhoon, and Myra Nathenson along with several other YCRC and RWOP members. 


·       A Fundraiser Reception/Dinner Is Scheduled For Congressman David Schweikert at 6:30 pm, Nov 6 in The Board Room at Remington’s, 7200 Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale. $500 per person. RSVP to:  Allison Mary at 480-628-2763 or


·       Rey Torres Is Scheduled To Appear Before The Arizona Project at 6:30 pm, Nov 4 to give a report on his recent visit to Mexico City. Hear the details of what Torres, six Arizona representatives and Speaker Andy Tobin found on their recent visit. Mtg site: 3375 E. Shea Blvd., Suite 2, Phx.  Questions - 602.677.1496.


·       Senate President Andy Biggs Is Scheduled To Attend A Senate Fundraiser Reception from 6-8 pm, Nov 5 at Macayo’s, 4001 N. Central, Phx. for incumbents Judy Burges (LD22) , Chester Crandall (LD6) , David Farnsworth (LD16) , Don Shooter (LD13), Gail Griffin (LD14),  Steve Smith (LD11) , Dr. Kelli Ward (LD5) and Kimberly Yee (LD20). RSVP to:  requested, but not required.


·       The Sun Lakes Republican Club will meet at 6:30 pm, Nov 23 in the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd, Sun Lakes to discuss energy, education freedom, the truth about met metering, high standards and Common Core. Contact: Chr Michael Tennant   480-802-0178


Nov 1 & 2 GOP EVENTS

·        Nov 2 - SCOTTSDALE REPUBLICAN FORUM BREAKFAST. (1st Sat) 8:30 am. McCormick Ranch Golf Club, 7505 E. McCormick Ranch Parkway, Scottsdale.  Breakfast members $17, Non-members $20, coffee only $5. RSVP to

·        Nov 2 – LINCOLN REPUBLICAN WOMEN’S CLUB. McCormick Ranch, 7401 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale.  5:30 pm meet & greet. 6 pm mtg, 6:20 dinner. 7 pm $28 per person. Reservations: Judy Eisenhower  or

·        Nov 2 – SUN CITY WEST REPUBLICANS  8 am coffee, 8:30 am mtg. Quail Rm, SCW Foundations Bldg, 14465 RH Johnson Blvd, Sun City West. $2 admission. Contact: John Neal 602-421-8877  or President Pro Tem Jan Martinson, (623) 546-3753.

·        Nov 2 – Sen. Jeff Flake Coffee Cup Club Breakfast with Rep. Shelley Moore Capito,  8 am, Scottsdale Plaza Resort, 7200 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale. Registration 7:30 am. Limited seating. $50 per member. RSVP:  by Oct 30 to or 602-845-0333.

·        Uncle Jay Explains Congressional Recess

·        Dem-Congresswoman-Kyrsten-Sinema-Like-Can-Keep Health Plan   4 yrs later, different story

·        Obamas-Ex-Bodyguard-Scandals-Worse-Than-You-Know   Warns president sees government as 'shiny new toy'

·        Barack-Obama's-DHS-Advisor-Mohamed-Elibiary: "America Is An-Islamic-Country"

·        Top-Generals: Obama-Is-Purging-The-Military  Describe president's actions as 'emasculating,' ranks now lack 'will to win': Retired Army Maj. Gen. Patrick Brady, recipient of the U.S. military’s highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, as well as other top retired officers, say President Obama’s agenda is decimating the morale of the U.S. ranks to the point members no longer feel prepared to fight or have the desire to win.

·        State AG Eyeing PCC's Immigrant Tuition Breaks

·        PCC Creates New Post For Former Interim Chancellor

·        Maricopa-County-Sheriff-Joe-Arpaio-To-Appeal-Order-Appointing-Monitor

·        Office-Proposes-Smaller-Price-Hike-For-Solar-Users

·        Food-Stamp-Cuts-Hit-Millions-Local-Food-Banks-Bracing-For-Strain

·        City-Council-Votes-To-End-Pension-Spiking

·        Symposium-On-New-AZ-School-Standards-Draws-Crowd

·        ADOT-Sells-Vehicles-At-Fall-Auction

·        Report: Truck Driver Was Looking At Phone In Deadly Ariz. Crash Officer Tim Huffman Was Killed May 6 On Interstate 8 When An 18-Wheeler Plowed Into His Car.


·        Roberts: Here’s What Happens When You Text While Driving

·        Showdown In Show Low: Common Core State Standards.

·        Please-APS-Dont-Tax-My-Trees  Opinion

·        Judges-Tosses-8-Of-9-Convictions-For-Ex-House-Aide

·        Maricopa-County-Phoenix-Police-Aim-To-Close-Cases

·        Judge Reconsiders Tossing Suit From AG Horne Aide

·        8-Year-Old-Threated-With-Expulsion-For-Drawings

·        AZ Gas-Prices-Fall To 9-Month Low

·        Fema-Denies-Disaster-Help-For-Greenlee-County-Floods

·        Scottsdale-Police-Answers-Questions-Regarding-Alleged-Faulty-Blood-Testing-Machine

·        NM-Judge-Affirms-Navajo-Nation-Water-Settlement

·        Arpaio-To-Appeal-Order-Appointing-Monitor

·        Price-Of-Medication-Fuels-Black-Market

·        USAf-Airmen-Among-First-Responders-To-Deadly-Accident

·        Coyotes-Hunted-In-Northern-Arizona-To-Help-Antelopes

·        Airline-Electronics-Gadgets-Passengers-Faa Approved

·        Challenges-Abound-Cities-Climb-Out-Financial-Holes

·        Phoenix-Council-Candidates-Family-Ties-Can-Help-Or-Hurt-Them

·        'Western Town' Duel May Go To Court

·        Enrollment In Expanded AHCCCS Smooth

·        Surprise Councilman Lives In California

·        Sen. Taylor Ousted As Minority Leader

·        Election Referendum Qualifies For 2014 Ballot

·        YOUR TAX $  Welfare-Recipients-Receive-More-Benefits-Than-Permanently-Disabled-Combat-Vet-And-Still-Not-Happy

·        YOUR TAX $ Government-Opening-Free-Gas-Stations-In-Poor-Neighborhoods







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