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Maricopa County Republican Briefs
Maricopa County Republican Chairman: AJ LaFaro firstname.lastname@example.org
Briefs Editor Frosty Taylor email@example.com
Web Master John Strasser firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb 10, 2014
We Now Have An Active Link At Our New MCRC GOP Website where you, your friends, your family and fellow Republicans can make their March 8 Lincoln Day Luncheon reservations:
· General Information about the Lincoln Day Luncheon
· Online Reservations for Lincoln Day Luncheon
· Mail-In Reservations Form for Lincoln Day Luncheon
Last year's Lincoln Day Luncheon was a tremendous success, and with your support, this year's will be even better. We had 317 attendees last year and our goal this year is 500 plus. This year's keynote speaker is nationally known Mark Herr Sr., Co-Founder and President of The Center for Self Governance (CSG). CSG trains citizen activists how to effectively apply leverage and influence at the local, state and federal levels of government and education.
On behalf of the MCRC, we look forward to seeing everyone on 03/08. – A. J. LaFaro,
Chairman, Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC)
· The MCRC Has A New Website! While it took a little longer than we originally thought, we think you'll like it. There's still a few things we want to move over from the old site so it's far from complete. Then again, what website is ever complete? The web address is: http://maricopa.arizonagop.us In the meantime, if there's something that you need and can't find, please contact MCRC Webmaster John Strasser at 480-273-8798 or by email email@example.com and he'll help you out. Once again, the new website is http://maricopa.arizonagop.us
· Chandler Republican Women are hosting all GOP State Treasurer candidates at 7 pm, Feb 18 at the downtown Chandler Public Library, 22 S. Delaware St, Chandler, AZ 85225. Candidates Jeff DeWit, Hugh Hallman, Randy Pullen and Martin Sepulveda will make their presentations, followed by a Q&A. The meeting will be held upstairs in the Copper Room. 6:30 pm meet & greet. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
· The Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) Lincoln Day Luncheon is scheduled for Sat, Mar 8, at the El-Zaribah Shrine Temple, 552 N. 40th St., Phoenix, AZ 85008. Registration begins at 11 am with the luncheon at 11:30 am. The keynote speaker is nationally known Mark Herr Sr., co-founder and president of The Center for Self Governance (CSG). CSG trains citizen activists how to effectively apply leverage and influence at the local, state and federal levels of government and education. $30 per seat 8 seats per table. For table sponsorships - contact Lori Urban GOPGAL14@gmail.com or 480-221-9633. Reservations postmarked no later than Feb 21. Mail to Lynne Weaver, luncheon co-chairman, 2610 East Spring Road, Phoenix AZ, 85032. Payment only by credit card or checks payable to MCRC. Contact Lynne Weaver at LynneWeaver@cox.net or go to http://maricopa.arizonagop.us/ and make your reservations online. First Vice Chairman April Riggins email@example.com, luncheon co-chairman.
· McCain-Loses-Cool-And-Pal-Graham-Covers Sen John McCain (R-Ariz.), report4edly became incensed during a meeting with Syrian Christian leaders visiting the Capitol recently, allegedly yelling angrily after the clergymen voiced their concern that Western leaders have turned a blind eye to Christian persecution at the hands of Syrian rebel groups.
· Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs will be the guest on the 4 pm, Tues, Feb 11 Hair of Fire Radio Talk Show on www.blogtalkradio.com/haironfire E-Mail questions to: firstname.lastname@example.orgCall In Number 1-347-857-4081 Riggs: a long-time Arizona businessman and former congressman says: “I have the leadership experience, qualifications and skills, and the courage, to make the tough, but right decisions, and reverse the widespread cynicism and despair that our better days are behind us.”
· Congressman Matt Salmon Is Conducting A Town Hall with Florida Congressman Ron DeSantis will conduct a town hall on their efforts to hold Congress and the Administration accountable between 2-3 pm, Feb 13 at the Chandler Christian Church, Room B200, 1825 South Alma School Road, Chandler, AZ 85286 RSVP: Call (480) 699-8239 or go to facebook and RSVP https://www.facebook.com/events/725624837470926/
· LD13 Will Hear Attorney General Candidate Mark Brnovich, Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman, County Attorney Robert Montgomery, and CD 8 candidate Clair Van Steenwyk during its 7 pm, Feb 11 meeting at PebbleCreek Country Club, 16222 Clubhouse Dr., Goodyear. Contact: Chr Robert Branch 602-334-6519 email@example.com
LD28 has a full agenda at its 7 pm, Feb 11 meeting. Rep Kate Brophy McGee will give them a legislative update. State Treasurer candidates will have five minutes to speak. They’ll be back at the March 11 meeting. Lattie Coor from The Center For The Future Of Arizona will present “The Arizona We Want.” A Native Arizonan, Coor was the 15th president of ASU (1990-2002). After his retirement from the presidency, he remained as Professor and Ernest W. McFarland Chair in Leadership and Public Policy in the university's School of Public Affairs. In 2002 he also co-founded the Center for the Future of Arizona, and serves as its chairman and CEO. For more information on this topic, please go to: arizonafuture.org
· The Family Of Brian Terry Has Issued The Following Statement: “We are not celebrating. Today we recognized justice has been served and we believe the 30 year sentence imposed on this particular defendant is an appropriate sentence. The Terry family is appreciative of the Border Patrol, the FBI, and the team of prosecutors who were involved. We remain hopeful that all suspects in this murder will be brought to justice.” Manuel Osorio-Arellanes was sentenced on February 10th by Judge David Bury after pleading guilty in October 2012 to Terry's murder.Two remaining fugitives indicted in the murder remain on the loose and are most likely in Mexico. The FBI has announced that a $250,000 reward exists for these men identified as Jesus Rosario-Favela-Astorga and Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes.For more information on the Brian Terry Foundation click here.
Agent Terry, a member of the U.S. Border Patrol’s elite tactical unit known as BORTAC, was on duty when he was shot to death while tracking members of a suspected drug cartel rip crew on December 14th, 2010 near Rio Rico, AZ. Two semi-automatic assault rifles similar to AK-47’s were found at the murder scene and ultimately traced to the botched gun trafficking investigation known as Operation Fast and Furious.
Secretary Of State Candidate Wil Cardon reports that a recent poll shows him leading both of his primary opponents by double digit margins. Additionally, his campaign has the highest statewide name ID of all our primary opponents. The Arizona Yellow: A poll commissioned last month by Cardon’s campaign shows that the former candidate for the US Senate has the highest name ID among the GOP candidates, which translates into an early lead in the three-way primary. The live-caller poll of 600 likely primary voters, which was conducted Jan. 15-18 by New Jersey-based National Research Inc, shows Cardon with 26 percent, Reagan with 13 percent and J Pierce with 9 percent." Cardon nominatting petitions -
· Citing A Recent Poll Showing The Governor's Race Is Up-For-Grabs, new entrant in the race, Frank Riggs, an Arizona businessman and former U.S. Congressman, touted his success in defeating Democratic candidates in a congressional district where Democrats enjoyed an almost 20-point registration advantage. The poll by Republican pollster Susquehanna Polling and Research suggests that over half of voters are undecided and the race is a toss-up between whoever wins the Republican nomination and the presumed Democratic nominee. "I twice defeated incumbent Democrats," Riggs said. "And I did so while building a strongly conservative voting record that also appealed to independents and conservative ("Reagan") Democrats." The Riggs Record includes:
· Leader of the Gang of 7 that exposed the House Bank scandal and other congressional abuses, and co-signer of the Contract With America, which set the stage for the Republican takeover of the House of Representatives for the first time in 40 years.
· Co-author of the Congressional Accountability Act forcing Congress to live under the same laws they impose on the American people.
· Co-sponsor of the bills forcing Bill Clinton to sign legislation balancing the federal budget, cutting taxes and requiring able-bodied welfare recipients to work.
· Author of the Charter School Expansion Act of 1998 pushing federal education funds out of Washington to help new charter schools with their start-up needs. Clinton signed Riggs' bill in 1998, two months before Riggs and his fellow House Republicans voted to impeach him.
· Riggs' pro-life and pro-family voting record also attracted support from the NRA and won him accolades from national organizations supporting school choice, private property rights, taxpayers, small business and free enterprise.
· "I have the leadership experience and courage to make the tough decisions facing our state," said Riggs. For more information on Riggs' record go to www.riggsforazgov.com.
· If You Are Interested In Sponsoring A Table at the Lincoln Day Luncheon, contact Lori Urban at GOPGAL14@gmail.com or 480-221-9633.
· The Yavapai GOP Lincoln Day Dinner is scheduled at 6 pm, Feb 15 at the Prescott Resort in Prescott. Speakers include Rep Louis Gohmert of Texas, Tom Niewulis presents “Samuel Adams Returns” and American Academy for Constitution Studies Direction Shane Krauser. For reservations call 928-776-4500
· Don Goldwater’s Wife Lisa, Needs Your Prayers In The Coming Days. She is scheduled for eight to nine hours of surgery tomorrow, Feb 12 at Barrows (St. Joseph’s) Hospital. Physicians recently found a brain tumor, about the size of a large goose egg, at the front left lob extending back into the left middle part of the brain, according to Don. We wish her successful surgery and quick recovery.
· Secretary Of State Ken Bennett And Sen Michele Reagan will address the Sun Lakes Republican Club at 6:30 pm, Feb 11 in the Sun Lakes County Club (AZ Rm), 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes. Contact: Michael Tennant, 480-802-0178 firstname.lastname@example.org
· Phoenix City Councilman Jim Waring is holding his monthly community meeting with residents at 6 pm, Tues, Feb 11 at the Paradise Valley Community Center, 17402 N. 40th St., Phx. He will be joined by Phx Police Chief Daniel Garcia to district issues in District 2.
· LD28 Will Entertain Lattie Coor from the Center for The Future of Arizona at 7 pm, Feb 11 to hear his presentation on “The Arizona We Want.” In the Madison School District Adm Bldg Board Room, 16th Street and Bethany Home Road, Phx. http://www.arizonafuture.org/az-we-want/index.html State Treasurer candidate Hugh Hallman, former Tempe Mayor, will also visit the group that evening. http://www.hughhallman.com/ . Contact: Chr Scott O’Connor Scott@pvhacienda.com cell (602) 469-3850.
· Constitutional Expert Shane Krauser will appear at the Tues, Feb 11 Arizona Project meeting at 3375 E. Shea Blvd., Phx. Information; call 602-677-1496.
· LD30 House Candidate Michael Gidwani is planning a March 1 Neighborhood Walk. Volunteers will meet at 9:40 am at the El Caro Villas Clubhouse , 8314 N 21st Drive. RSVP by February 26.Call 602-821-9076 or email@example.com
· The Sun Lakes Republican Club will meet at 6:30 pm, Feb 11 in the Arizona Room at Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd, Sun Lakes to hear Secretary of State Ken Bennett will the Arizona budget and state reforms needed to attract employers to Arizona to create jobs, the impact of ObamaCare on Arizona, and other related issues. Sen Steve Yarbrough will give an update on the legislative session. Contact: Mike Tennant, 480-802-0178.
· LD24 will meet Feb 20 to hear Secretary of State Ken Bennett, gubernatorial candidate, and State Treasurer candidate Hugh Hallman. The meeting is scheduled at GOP headquarters, 3501 N.24th St., Phx. 6:30 pm sign-ins. 7 pm meeting. Contact: Chairman Brian Kaufman 480-442-2424 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The LD24 program committee is comprised of Carole Joyce (Chair), Roger Pongratz (Vice-Chair), Barry Wong, and Robert Blue.
· US Army (Retired) Colonel Dr. Charles Hoge, author of “Once a Warrior--Always a Warrior: Navigating the Transition from Combat to Home--Including Combat Stress, PTSD, and mTBI” joined Voice of Veterans Radio Show Talk Show host Vern Bagley at 3:30 pm today on KXXT 1010 AM. The author shares an understanding of post-combat issues from the soldiers perspective and some answers on how to make the transition from combat to civilian life.
· Gubernatorial Candidate Christine Jones will appear between 3-4 pm, Feb 12 at the Bank Street Gun Shop in Kingman and from 6-7 pm, Feb 13 at C2 Tactical in Tempe. Jones commented, “Like many Arizonans, I am an ardent supporter of the Second Amendment. The right to keep and bear arms is a fundamental aspect of American liberty and when exercised responsibly, it makes our families and communities safer.”
· LD12 will meet at 7 pm, Thurs., Feb 13 at Quartz Hill Elementary School Library, 3680 South Quartz St.,in Gilbert. Teenage children of members are welcome at this meeting. The agenda includes the presentation of the John Galt Youth Award, Teenage Republicans of Arizona (TARS) president Lilia Dashervsky, LD22 Chairman Eric Morgan, Cindy Biggs presentation of “Constitution in the Classroom” and a legislate update. Attendees are asked to bring canned food to donate to Open Arms Care Center. Gun raffle fundraiser tickets are $10 each. Contact: Chairman Mickie Niland (Chairman) email@example.com or Jason Mick (First Vice Chair) firstname.lastname@example.org
· LD1 Has Lined Up Attorney General candidate Mark Brnovich and LD1 House candidate Linda Gray for its Feb 17 meeting. Secretary of State candidate Wil Cardon and AZ Corporation Commission candidate Doug Little are scheduled for its March 17 meeting. Stephen Viramontes, state director of the LIBRE Initiative, will be featured at the April 21 meeting. LIBRE is the largest Hispanic organization in the country. LD1 meetings the 3rd Monday of the month at 7 pm, at NOrthGate Church, NorthGate Church, 34835 N. 7th St., Phx. 85086 (7th St. and Carefree Hwy., just north of Burger King)
· LD10 Will Conduct A Candidate Forum at 9:30 am, Sat., Feb 15 at the Murphy-Wilmot Public Library in Tucson. To date Senate candidate Mark Morris and House candidates Todd Clodfetter and Bill Wildish have agreed to speak. LD10
The LD10 President’s Day Celebration is scheduled from 2:30-04:30 pm, Feb 15 ad Jesse Owens Park, Ramada 2, 400 W. Sarnoff, Tucson. LD10
· LD22 First Annual Az Cactus Classic Golf Tournament registrations are open at 7:30 am for the Feb 15 fundraiser at the Palmbrook Country Club, 9350 W. Greenway Road, Sun City, AZ 85351. Shotgun start at 8:30 am. Four person scramble format. Entrée fee $99, includes all fees, a golf cart and lunch. Registration form AZ CACTUS CLASSIC REGISTRATION FORM Contact: Heather Morgan at 602-410-9817 HLMORGAN@cox.net or Ron Baker 623-234-2212 or RLBaker00@aol.com
Vice Mayor Bill Gates Will Request An Examination of the city’s long-term water plan at 10 am tomorrow during the City Council Transportation & Infrastructure Subcommittee, at City Hall, 200 W. Washington St., in the assembly rooms. water plan
· Coffee Chat With Phoenix Vice Mayor Bill Gates is scheduled at 7:30 am, Feb 12 at the Oink Café, 4326 E. Cactus Road, Phx. Speaker: Bill Mundell, director of registrar of contractors. Coffee provided. Breakfast available for purchase.
· The Arizona Republican Lawers Association is hosting a Feb 12 candidate training seminar featuring:
· Congressman David Schweikert.
· David Cantelme, Cantelme & Brown
· Lisa Hauser, Gammage & Burnham
· Joe Kanefield, Ballard Spahr
· Kory Langhofer, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
· Tim LaSota, Tiffany & Bosco
· Mike Liburdi, Snell & Wilmer
· Lee Miller, Law Office of Lee Miller
· Karen Osborne, Maricopa County Elections Director
· Eric Spencer, Snell & Wilmer
RSVP to Mike Liburdi at 602-382-6170 or email@example.com
· Rep. David Schweikert Will Chair The House Science, Space, and Technology Environment Environment Subcommittee Hearing, "Ensuring Open Science at EPA," at 10 am EST Tues, Feb 11 (EST/ 8 am MST). Schweikert’s committee introduced the Secret Science Reform Act of 2014 (H.R. 4012) last week, prohibiting the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from proposing regulations based on scienctific data that are not transparent or reproducible."The Secret Science Reform Act ends costly EPA rulemaking from happening behind closed doors and out of public view," said Schweikert. "I look forward to engaging professionals in the field on this legislation.I believe public policy should come from public data and for far too long, the EPA has approved regulations that have placed a financial burden on economic growth in this country with no public evidence to justify their actions."
Witnesses at tomorrow's hearing include:
· The Honorable John Graham, Dean, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University
· Dr. Louis Anthony Cox, Jr., Chief Sciences Officer, Next Health Technologies, Clinical Professor, Biostatistics and Informatics, Colorado Health Sciences Center, and President, Cox Associates
· Dr. Ellen Silbergeld, Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
· Mr. Raymond Keating, Chief Economist, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
· Motivational Speaker Jack Lengyel will address the Surprise Tea Party Patriots at 6:30 pm, Tues, March 4 at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 West R. H. Johnson Blvd. Lengyel specializes in organizational leadership. He has a B.S. from Akron University and a M.A. from Kent State University, coached a variety of athletics at the collegiate level and has been Director of Athletics at several Universities including The U.S. Naval Academy, University of Missouri, and Fresno State. He was instrumental in development of the National Association of College Directors of Athletics "AD of the Year Award" in addition to receiving dozens of awards and honorary degrees as well as recognition for community and academic contributions. Lengyel has served on several boards including The Sports Management Institute, U.S. Sports Academy, College Football Association, and the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. He was also a college football color analyst for ESPN-TV. In 2006 he was portrayed by Mathiew McConoughy in the movie "We Are Marshall" where he took over the head coaching position and rebuilt the football program following a tragic airplane crash that took the lives of 75 players, coaches, and administrators. www.surpriseteapartypatriots..com
· Marianne Ferrari From The Arizona Freedom Alliance, will address “Common Law Grand Juries” at the Colorado River Tea Party meeting at 6 pm, Feb 13 at Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95, Yuma. Info:coloradoriverteaparty
· Center For Self-Governance (CSG) is offering six Level 1 training classes in the Phoenix and Prescott areas during February and March, including:
· Sat., Feb. 15, 9am-5:30pm (Tempe)
· Sat., Feb. 22, 9am-5:30pm (North Phoenix)
· Thu.-Fri, Feb. 27-28, 10am-2:30pm (Scottsdale)
· Thu.-Fri, Feb. 27-28, 5:30-9:30pm (Peoria)
· Sat., Mar. 1, 10am-7pm (Prescott)
· Fri., Mar. 7, 9am-5:30pm (Phoenix area, location TBD)
CSG trains citizen activists how to effectively apply leverage and influence at the local, state, and federal levels of government and education, helping "We the People" take back America. Register www.tncsg.org. email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Tracy at 480.529.1123.
· Where to find:
· AZGOP Candidate Announcements can be sent to email@example.com for posting in the Briefs.
· Feb 11 – SUN LAKES REPUBLICAN CLUB (2nd Tues). 6:30 pm, Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd, Sun Lakes. Contact: Chr Michael Tennant firstname.lastname@example.org.
· Feb 11 – LD13 (2nd Tues) 6:30 registration. 7 pm. PebbleCreek Country Club, 16222 Clubhouse Dr., Goodyear. (Exit 126 off I-10, go N on PebbleCreek Parkway 2 miles to entrance on left - enter the Tuscany Falls gate off PebbleCreek Pkwy). Speakers: Attorney General candidate Mark Brnovich, Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Clint Hickman, and CD 8 candidate Clair Van Steenwyk. Contact: Chr Robert Branch 602-334-6519 email@example.com
· Feb 11 - LD27 (2nd Tues) 6:30 pm dinner, 7 pm mtg, Jumbo Buffet, NE corner - 35th Ave & Southern. Dinner not required. Contact Chr Terry Rapp, firstname.lastname@example.org
· Feb 11 – LD28 (2nd Tues) 7 pm. Speaker: Former ASU President Lattie Coor of The Center for the Future of Arizona and Hugh Hallman, gubernatorial candidate. Contact: Chr Scott O’Connor Scott@pvhacienda.com cell (602) 469-3850.
· Feb 11– South West Valley Freedom Alliance. (2nd Tues) 7 pm mtg, Jumbo Buffet, 35th Ave/Southern, Laveen. Contact: Ronald Harders email@example.com
· Feb 11 – SUPERSTITION MOUNTAIN REPUBLICAN CLUB. (2nd Tues). 6:30 pm. Feed Bag Restaurant, 300 S. Phelps, Apache Junction. Contact: Merle Palmer 480-671-8310 or firstname.lastname@example.org
· Feb 11 – SUN LAKES REPUBLICAN CLUB. (2nd Tues) 6:30 pm, Sun Lakes Country Club – AZ RM, 25601 N. Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes.Speaker: Secretary of State Ken Bennett and LD23 Sen. Michele Reagan. Contact: Michael Tennant, 480-802-0178 email@example.com
· Feb 12 – Maricopa County Republican PC Day at the Legislature. CANCELLED
· Feb 12 – ARROWHEAD REPUBLICAN WOMEN’S CLUB. (2nd Wed) 11 am, Briarwood Country Club - 135th Ave & Meeker Blvd., Sun City West. $20 per person. RSVP required. No jeans. Adults only. Speaker: State Treasurer candidate Randy Pullen, former AZGOP Chairman. Guests may attend twice before they are required to become members. Reservations required: www.arrowheadrw.weebly.com (Luncheons tab)
· Feb 12 – AZ LATINO REPUBLICAN ASSOC. (ALRA) (2nd Wed) 6:30 pm. AZ Project Offices, 3375 E. Shea Blvd., Phx Contact: Jose Borrajero 602-402-5932 Http://Www.Latinogop.Org RSVP 520-333-4204 Or Www.Saucedomercer.Com
· Feb 12 - Politics On The Rocks (2nd Wed) 6 pm, Montelucia Resort Centro Lounge, 4949 E. Lincoln Dr., Paradise Valley. RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/500327180056905/
· Feb 12 - FOUNTAIN HILLS REPUBLICANS MEET-UP. (2nd Wed) 7 p.m. Euro Pizza Cafe, Plaza Fountainside, 12645 N Saguaro Blvd, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268. Socialize with fellow Republicans. firstname.lastname@example.org
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