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Friday, June 21, 2013

6-21-13 MCRC BRIEFS

MARICOPA COUNTY REPUBLICAN BRIEFS
June 21, 2013
·       The United Republican Alliance of Principled Conservatives (URAPC) leadership consists of Christine Bauserman and former senators Ron Gould and Frank Antenori. To obtain petitions: info@urapc.org  To volunteer: URAPC volunteer sign up  All questions regarding donations should be directed to Bauserman at 520-235-2234  info@urapc.org 
·      Caution:  URAPC has not authorized any other organization to collect donations for URAPC petition signature gathering. 
·       The URAPC Kick-Off  Rally is scheduled at 10 am., Saturday, June 22 on the State Capitol Lawn, 1700 W. Washington, Phx. The rally opens the campaign to get enough signatures to place a referendum on the November to stop the recently passed Federal Affordable Care Act (Gov Brewer’s Medicaid Expansion) implementation. At 1 pm, participants will leave the rally to meet at two separate locations for the purpose of canvassing the districts of some of the legislators who supported Medicaid Expansion. They will regroup at:
ü  LD 18 Canvass  - (McComish - Dial - Robson) Join Frank Antenori and Christine Bauserman at: McDonald’s, 4750 E Warner Rd, NW corner Warner/48th St) Phx. 85044
ü  LD15 Canvass (Heather Carter) - Join Ron Gould at the Deer Valley Airport, 702 W. Deer Valley Road, Phx, 85027
·       Reports Of A Counter Rally At The Capitol Tomorrow Morning Are Inaccurate.
·       LD25 passed a resolution to censure 15 legislators and Gov. Jan Brewer for passage of  Brewer’s Medicaid Expansion Plan. The censured are: Gov Jan Brewer, Senators Sen Steve Pierce, Rich Crandall, John McComish, Michele Reagan, Robert Worsley and Adam Driggs, as well as Representatives Doris Goodale, Thomas “TJ” Shope, Frank Pratt,Ethan Orr, Heather Carter, Doug Coleman, Jeff Dial, Bob Robson, and Kate Brophy McGee.
·       LD1 Unanimously Passed A ‘No Confidence’ Motion Regarding Sen. Steve Pierce, who voted in favor of the Medicaid expansion and amendments. LD1 precinct committeemen passed a resolution opposing the Medicaid Expansion in March when the MCRC EGC passed its opposition resolution.
·       Contrary to reports that LD16 has passed a resolution to censure those supporting the Medicaid Expansion Plan, LD16 Chairman Jerry Clingman says the LD did not take formal action on the June 20 agenda item. AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham asked to speak shortly before the meeting, resulting in delays on agenda items. LD16 will have URAPC petitions available for signing at A2Z Electronics, 9333 E. Main, Mesa. Contact: Chairman Clingman  ld16ch@q.com
·       David Schweikert said, “Yesterday, conservative Republicans banded together and defeated the $940 billion farm and food stamp bill. This is no small victory. For years, conservatives have tried to reform the pork-laden food stamp bill with little success. But yesterday, limited government and fiscal responsibility prevailed!”
·       Mark Naufel Joins AZGOP Team For New Media: Mark will ramp-up GOP presence in social media and inspire young voters, according to AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham.  Naufel is an ASU senior and is President of the Tempe Campus students,
·       There Are Still A Few Openings For The Free Ethics CLE Session between 9 am and 1 pm, June 24 at the Arizona Rock Products building, 916 West Adams, Phx.  Doors open at 8:30, Maricopa County Attorney  Bill Montgomery will be the lunch speaker. There will also be presentations from Peter Gentala and Dave Kimball plus round table discussions on ethics, and practice development.  This program provides four hours of Ethics CLE.  RSVP Greg Patterson gpatterson3@cox.net 
·       AZ Legislative Senate President Andy Biggs will address the Sun City West Tea Party at 6 pm, June 25 in the SCW Foundation, 14465 RH Johnson Blvd, Sun City West.
·       Reservations/RVSP Due June 26: A Campaign Kick-Off BBQ For Congressman Trent Franks is scheduled from 5:30-8:30 pm, June 29 at the home of Dr. Bob Branch, 18331 W. Palo Verde Ave., Waddell. $150 per person. $500 per person co-host, includes photo op and Franks. Casual attire. RSVP:  AndreaTylerEvans@gmail.com 602-448-5959 by June 26.
·       A Victim Of The IRS Targeting Will Address The Arizona Project at 6:30 pm, June 24 at 3375 E. Shea Blvd, #2, Phx, to discuss his harassment by the IRS. Chairman Ron Ludders the speaker will remain unnamed for the moment for obvious reasons. The presentation will be live streamed starting at 7 pm:   enter conservativebusinessleague.com into your computer's browser.  Once there, go to the tab labeled "Join the Meeting", and follow the directions.  Contact: Chairman Ron Ludders 620-677-1496.
·       Hair On Fire Co-Hosts Barbara Espinosa And Randy Pullen (former AZGOP Chairman) will chin way the referendum on the Medicaid portion of the Arizona budget at 4 pm, June 25 on www.blogtalkradio.com/haironfire E-Mail questions to: haironfire@q.com   Call in 1-347-857-4081.
·       Rep Thorpe Calls For Delegation To Reject Immigration Plan:  This afternoon, State Rep Bob Thorpe (R-Dist. 6) sent a letter to Arizona’s Congressional Delegation asking them to withhold support for the Senate “Gang of 8” immigration bill. In the letter, sent to U.S. Senators John McCain & Jeff Flake as well as to Congressmen Paul Gosar (R-Dist. 4), Matt Salmon (R-Dist. 5), David Schweikert (R-Dist. 6) and Trent Franks (R-Dist. 8), he stated, “I am writing on behalf of the citizens of the Great and Sovereign State of Arizona to strongly urge you to vote against the one thousand plus page immigration bill currently being considered in the United States Senate. Not only is this misguided bill bloated in its shear size, but it does not do nearly enough to ensure an end to rampant illegal immigration nor does it secure our border against violent drug cartels, brutal human trafficking syndicates or dangerous foreign agents of terror.
However, it does promote a de-facto amnesty, rewarding tens of millions who have broken our immigration laws, with no concrete guarantees of border security or future managed, limited and lawful immigration practices. Passage of this legislation will be disastrous for both the United States and for all immediately vulnerable border states like Arizona.
     “In 2006, Congress passed legislation that funded and mandated the construction of some 700 miles of new border fencing. Seven years later, there is scant little construction progress to speak of. While Congress inflicts further harm upon Arizona and the American people by failing to fulfill their obligations to construct and maintain the fence, it is now behaving as if it had never enacted this mandate nor allocated the scarce taxpayer funding with which to complete it.Our nation's 1700 mile porous Southern border, most notably that of Arizona, must be fully secured before any form of legal status is extended to any illegal immigrants currently residing in the U.S. I am available and ready to fight for my constituents and my state in order to ensure the security of our border regions and the sovereignty of our nation. Please feel free to contact me if there is anything that I can do to help achieve passage of responsible immigration legislation that fulfills these crucial national priorities.”
 
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