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· Citizen-Protests-Against-Illegals-Continue-Border-Convoy-Planned Some citizens of Murrieta, CA, after their successful blockade of DHS buses, have banded together to start a “convoy” that will go from Murrieta to Laredo, Texas. They are calling for anyone who wishes to participate to join them, including those with RVs or tents. Register to join the convoy at this link). Contact: email@example.com TWITTER: @borderconvoy http://borderconvoy.com The convoy will begin in Murrieta, CA on August 1 and end in Laredo, TX on August 7. They will be stopping in huge battleground border towns such as Oracle, AZ, Fort Hancock, TX, McAllen, TX and Laredo, TX. Any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
· LD23 Senate Candidate John Kavanagh is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for removing 11 of his campaign signs that were placed along Shea Boulevard between Scottsdale Road and 142 Street, as well as Scottsdale Road around Thunderbird Road. Anyone with information about the missing signs can call Kavanagh at 480-837-5612 or contact Scottsdale police. These signs were placed alongside many other signs. Only the Kavanagh signs were removed, meaning these signs were not placed in an unauthorized location.
· MCRC Republicans Respond To Call. We made our goal of sixty (60) volunteers. I want to take this opportunity to thank all of the MCRC Republicans who have volunteered to work the Maricopa County Elections Hand Count/Audit Board from August 27 through August 29. All of the volunteers will be receiving an official letter of confirmation, instructions and possible request for further information from the Maricopa County Elections Department in the next couple of weeks. - A. J. LaFaro, Chairman, Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC)
· Sen Michele Reagan’s Campaign will meet at 1:30 pm, Thur., July17 at Tom’s Tavern & Grill, 2 N. Central Ave., Phoenix for a major announcement about her campaign for Secretary of State.
· The Pinal County Tea Party And AZ Conservative Coalition will jointly host an AZ Corporation Commission primary election debate at 6:30 pm on Mon, July 21 at the Legacy Suites, 540 N. Cacheris Ct, Casa Grande, located ½ mile west of I-10 Exit 194 on Florence Blvd. Confirmed candidates include Doug Little, Tom Forese, Vernon Parker and Lucy Mason. Come ready to ask your questions. Contact Stephen Kohut, Pinal County TP facilitator, 520-241-5034, email@example.com for assistance.
· CD2 candidate Chuck Wooten will be featured on the 11 am, July 18 Southern Sense Conservative Talk Online Radio by Southern Sense Is Conservative
· ALIPAC Requests That The Woman Who Recorded This Video of illegals on school bus at Wal-Mart in NC contact William Gheen Of Americans For Legal Immigration Pac At (866) 703-0864 so ALIPAC can ascertain the time, date and location.
· The Paradise Republican Women’s Club Candidates Forum & Fiesta is scheduled Sat., July 26 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, 7200 N. Scottsdale Road., Scottsdale. 4 pm social. 5 pm forum. $20 per person. Fiesta buffet & cash bar. Congressional update from Congressman David Schweikert. Candidates for Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Supt of Public Instruction, Treasurer, Corporation Commission LDs 23 & 28, Scottsdale City Council, Scottsdale School Board and Congressional candidates. Contact: Chairman Lori Urban 480-221-9633 firstname.lastname@example.org or Leona Johnston 480-837-6068 email@example.com
· Attn PCs Applicants: Early voting for the Aug 26 primary begins July 31. If there are no extra people running for the open positions in your precinct, your name will not be shown on the primary ballot and you will be automatically elected “by acclamation.” If, however, there are more PC candidates running in your district than open positions, all qualified nominees go on the Aug 26 ballot. You will be notified by the Recorder offices if your name will be on the ballot.
· “There Will Be No PC Appointments Until After The Maricopa County and AZGOP Statutory Meetings in January, 2015,” according to MCRC Chairman A.J. LaFaro. PC applications that have been submitted will be put on hold until 2015.
LD21 Rep Debbie Lesko: Why will the EPA’s actions increase your utility bills? Because the mandate will cost Arizona’s three major utility companies billions of dollars to meet the mandate and that cost will be passed onto you. Coal produces 80% of Tucson Electric’s power, 53% of SRP’s power, and 40% of APS’s power. There is no way that solar energy can replace coal in the near future. it does not have the capacity. Less than 1% of the electric capacity in Arizona came from solar in the most recent U.S. Energy Information Administration report: http://www.eia.gov/state/?sid=AZ#tabs-1
· LD21 Rep Debbie Lesko: Extremists who claim climate change is primarily caused by man are wrong and their policies are hurting our state and nation.I recently attended the 9th International Climate Change Conference. Scientists from around the world concluded the following:
1. Climate change is normal. It has always changed and will continue to change.
2. There is no evidence that man-made CO 2 plays any significant role in climate change.
3. The earth’s temperature as measured from satellites has not warmed in the last 17 years 5 mo.
Please visit the Non-Governmental Institute on Climate Change for more information: http://climatechangereconsidered.org/about-nipcc/
· Former Sen Russell Pearce: Yes! Proposition 122 To Appear On The 2014 Ballot Is A Critical State’s Rights Proposition: Delegates to the Constitutional Convention in 1787 feared an all-powerful federal government. They had just fought a bloody war to free themselves from the tyranny of the English King, and they weren’t about to risk their precious freedom on far-away bureaucrats who might try to centralize power and take away their rights. So, the Founders wrote a constitution that established a federal government with layers of checks and balances that would protect liberty and put chains on the power of the central government. The federal government was prohibited from exercising any powers NOT delegated to it, and the powers that WERE delegated to it were few and enumerated. Further, everyone understood that the powers held by the federal government were not powers that it assumed for itself but powers that were delegated to it by the states. The states were to be a check on the abuse of power by the federal government – that is, the states were to be watchful and rein in the federal government whenever it began to usurp authority not delegated to it.
Little by little over the last two centuries, the federal government has assumed more and more power that rightfully belongs to the states, and the states have not performed their proper role of checking abuses by the federal government. Onerous environmental regulations, control over education, using the IRS to target political opponents, mandating health care, writing laws via Executive orders, rewriting other laws passed by Congress, and bailing out private companies are just a few examples, and the list goes on and on. It’s time to recognize that a federal law that violates the U.S. Constitution is not a law at all. Prop 122 will strengthen Arizona’s effort to oppose federal violations of the Constitution. Vote “YES” on Prop 122. -- Pearce is the Former President of the Arizona State Senate, the Former Chief Deputy for America’s Toughest lawman, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, and Host of “The Russell Pearce Show” on KKNT-960 “The Patriot” in Phoenix
· Speaker Of The House Andy Tobin Welcomed Six Navajo Code Talkers and their families to the chamber Wednesday, July 16, 2015, following a ceremonial bill signing with Governor Brewer, which recognizes Aug. 14 as Navajo Code Talkers’ Day. “The bravery, patriotism and brilliance of the Navajo Code Talkers will remain a point of pride for Arizona and our nation for all time,” said Tobin. “The efforts of these men saved the lives of many.” During World War II, 29 Navajo recruits developed an unbreakable code that was used to communicate information vital to battlefield commanders, particularly in the Pacific theater. The Code Talkers then used the code to rely commands particularly from ship to shore. The code was never broker and was not declassified until 1968. Navajo Code talkers Peter MacDonald, George James, George Willie, Bahe Ketchum, Joe Kellwood and Dan Akee visited the House after the signing ceremony. Roy Hawthorne who attended the signing ceremony was unable to take the tour. Rep. Jamescita Peshlakai, D-Cameron (Dist. 07) and Sen. Carlyle Begay, D-Ganado (Dist. 07) also attended the ceremony and visit to the House. Senate Bill 1099 designates Aug. 14 as Navajo Code Talkers.
· LD28 Rep. Kate Brophy McGee and LD6 Rep. Brenda Barton are assembling stakeholders to review existing animal cruelty statutes and consider draft legislation to set safety standards for pet boarding facilities. The initiative is in response to an incident this past June at a Gilbert boarding facility where 23 dogs died. Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Animal Crimes Investigations Unit (ACIU) is still looking into the circumstances of the deaths. “The stakeholder group will focus on policies that ensure when people entrust their beloved pets to a boarding facility, they will be safe and properly cared for,” said McGee. McGee and representatives for Sheriff Joe Arpaio have met to discuss the issue, and plans are underway to hold a news conference the week of July 21. “I look forward to working with the Sheriff Arpaio,” said Barton. “Sheriff Joe and ACIU have been very active in fighting domestic pet abuse, and the sheriff has worked to help legislation pass that protects all animals.” In addition to members from the Legislature and law enforcement, the stakeholder group will include representatives for small and large pet boarding businesses, county government and animal welfare groups. “This is a very complicated issue with many interests,” said McGee. “Ultimately the goal is to protect our pets, not interfere or unduly burden businesses that operate properly.” Barton who chairs the House Agriculture and Water Committee, noted that the animal cruelty legislation she sponsored last session, House Bill 2587, is an important piece of the puzzle. “Law enforcement and prosecuting attorneys have told me that existing statutes make it hard for them to investigate and prosecute animal cruelty and neglect,” said Barton. “We need to find a way to strengthen the laws so animals are protected.
July 17 Events
· ATTN Republican Candidates: The Hopi Tribe is inviting all CD1 candidates and all state-wide candidates for Governor, Attorney General, Treasurer, Secretary of State, Supt of Public Instruction, Mine Inspector and Corporation Commission to a ‘meet and greet’ from 11 am to 3 pm, July 17 at Kykotsmovi. Candidates are asked to RSVP by July 7 to Karen Shupla at 928-734-2507. The address of the event is Highway 264 and Indian Route 2. From Flagstaff, you go to Leupp and over to Kykotsmovi. This will be an outdoor event. It will be a free cookout. Candidates are welcome to bring canopies, tables, literature, etc. Contact: Coconino County Republican Committee Chairman Joy Staveley coconinorepublicans.org firstname.lastname@example.org cell: 928-606-1131
· Arizona National Committeeman Bruce Ash will speak during the Brown Bag Lunch Series at noon, Thur., July 17 at the Green Valley Village, Suite 70, I-19 Exit 65-Continental Road.
· Applebee’s will participate in a fundraiser for American Gold Star Mothers, Tucson Chapter on July 17 by donating 10% of proceeds to help raise money to place wreaths on the graves of veterans at cemeteries in Tucson & Sierra Vista. Tell the hostess and server that you want 10% of your meal price donated to American Gold Star Mothers, Tucson Chapter.
‘Why Utility Companies Want Roof Top Solar Taxed and The History of Renewable Energy’ is the topic of the 10 am, Thur., July 17 Family Health Talk Show on Radio Station – KXXT 1010 AM Online – www.familyvaluesradio.net (left side of menu). Panelists: Vernon B. Parker, Lucy Mason, Barry Goldwater Jr., Dr. Tursha’ Hamilton N.M.D., Lois Owens and Fred Taylor, Executive Director of SWPCF. Call-in phone number: 602.296.3632 www.swprostatecancer.com
· A ‘Meet & Greet BBQ’ is scheduled for LD28 House candidate Shawnna Bolick and LD18 candidate Jill Norgaard between 5:30-7-:30 pm, Sun, July 20 at the home of Melanie Beauchamp, 11814 S Equestrian Trail, Phx. Co-hosts are Travis and Patricia Grantham, Bill and Debbie Cheatham and Marcus and Lorri Huey. Guests –Phx Vice Mayor Jim Waring and Councilman Sal DiCiccio. RSVO email@example.com
“Deporting Illegals Possible?” is the topic of the 2 pm, Thurs, July 17 Crossroads with Van radio talk show. Show host Clair Van Steenwyk said, “Is it possible to DEPORT over 20 Million Illegals? that's right 20 Million, only if the American Voter will take a Stand, as we know those in Office Won't.”Calls @ 347-857-4804 / 877-572-4283 http://www.blogtalkradio.com/van-the-radio-man
· CD9 Candidate Andrew Walter has planned a ‘Super Saturday’ phone calling day on Sat.,July 26. Call from headquarters or your own phone. Please let us know ASAP what time you plan on joining us.
JULY 18 EVENTS
· Americans For Legal Immigration” PAC (ALIPAC) alipac.protest-times-locations-july-18-19is also coordinating protests in Arizona on July 18 and July 19 as part of the National Day Of Protesting Against Immigration Reform / Amnesty & Border Surge.” Both days, the protests will begin at 6 am at the State Capitol, 1700 W Washington, Phx. 85007. Due to the heat, it is expect that most people will leave by 10 or 11 am. July 18 immigration protests are scheduled at state capitols, state legislators offices and Mexican Consulates throughout the nation. July 19 overpassesforamerica protests will be held at overpasses and street corners. The goal is to send the message to elected officials that:
1. Any form of amnesty for illegals is NOT acceptable.
2. The current surge of illegals crossing our border is NOT acceptable and must be stopped.
3. Our borders MUST be secured and our current laws enforced. Contacts:
America Working at www.AmericaWorking.org
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC at www.alipac.us
Americans Have Had Enough Coalition at http://americanshavehadenough.org/
Make Them Listen www.facebook.com/MakeThemListen.org
Overpasses for America www.OverpassesForAmerica.com
2 Million Bikers To DC https://2mbtdc.com/
Remember 1986 www.Remember1986.com
Riders USA http://www.ridersusa.net/
Tea Party Community www.TeaPartyCommunity.com www.TeaPartyTribune.com
· An ALIPAC Sponsored Protest is scheduled from 8-11 am, Fri., July 18 at the I-40 and Andy Devine Overpass in Kingman, AZ. Contact: alipac.protest-times-locations-july-18-19
A “The American People Are Mad As Hell! We’re Not Going To Take It Anymore! Rally” in Support of National Day of Protesting Against Amnesty is scheduled at noon, Fri., July 18 at the Tucson Mexican Consulate, 553 S. Stone Avenue, Tucson, Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
· A Candidate Reception is scheduled between 5-7 pm, Fri., July 18 at Pueblo del Sol Country Club in Sierra Vista. All Republican candidates have been invited to attend. No speeches, debate, or forum — just friendly meet and greet. The Reception is jointly sponsored by the 1200 Club of Sierra Vista, the Thunder Mountain Republican Women’s Club, the Huachuca Area Republican Women’s Club, and the Cochise County Republican Committee. Contact: Kathy Dolge, Membership/Reservations Chair 602-510-8986
The Western Conservative Summit is scheduled July 18-20 at the Hyatt Regency Convention Center In Denver. Hosted by the Colorado Christian University Think Tank, the event offers three days with 20 Speakers, 30 Workshops and100 Exhibitors. Townhall Columnist Joanne Moudy of LD15 will be speaking at four breakout sessions – three on pro-life issues and one on using fiction to change the minds of the masses. See details/tickets: westernconservativesummit Contact: Joanne Moudy (c) (808) 554-4792 email@example.com
· Congressman Matt Salmon will hold ‘Meet with Me at Open Office Hours’ from 2:30-4:30 pm, July 18. Call his District Office at (480) 699-8239 for reservation.
· Congressman David Schweikert and his wife Joyce and his campaign team will be delivering signs the weekend of July 18, 19, 20 AND 21. request a yard sign .
· A Reception In Support Of Incumbent LD13 House Candidates Darin Mitchell And Steve Montenegro, hosted by Steve Trussell, Linda and Steve Migliore, with Congressman Trent Franks, will be held Fri., July 18 at 1150 E Acacia Circle, Litchfield Park, AZ 95340. 5:30 pm – VIP Reception - $200. 6 pm – General reception -$100. RSVP: Sondra at 602-413-0301 or electDarin@yahoo.com
· A ‘Meet And Greet’ For LD23 Senate Candidate John Kavanagh and House candidates Michelle Ugenti and Jay Lawrence will be held at 4 pm, July 18 at the Grayhawk Golf Club, 8620 E. Thompson Peak Pkway, Scottsdale. Casual attoire. Complimentary appetizers and soft drinks.
A Call Center Training Session For Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs and is scheduled Fri., July 18 and Sat., July 19 at the Brand New Church, 1827 W Grovers, Phx., 85023. The center will operate from 4-8:30 pm, each day. Dinner and drinks to be provided. Volunteers should contact Wes Harris 602-942-9281, 602-432-2871 (Cell), firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack Biltis And Terry Schmidt Invite You to an evening of Alcohol, tobacco and firearms in support of CD9 candidate Andrew Walter from 5-8 pm, Fri., July 18 at the Scottsdale Gun Club, 14860 N Northsight Blvd., Scottsdale, Arizona 85260. Expert Package - Access to the Private Range, Shoot the M249, M4 & Glock 18 , 250 Rounds of Ammunition -$1,000 per person. Sharpshooter Package - Access to the Private Range, Shoot the MP5 , 50 Rounds of Handgun Ammunition - $500 per person. Marksman Package - Access to the Private Range, Shoot the Glock 18, One Box of Handgun Ammunition - $250 per person. Cocktails And Cigars Served After Shooting Is Complete. RSVP: Grace Funk at 760-641-0534 or email@example.com
JULY 19 EVENTS
· A ‘Nation Day Of Protest Against Immigration Reform, Amnesty And Border Surge’ is scheduled from 6 am July 18 to 6 pm July 19 at the Arizona State Capitol, 1700 W Washington St., Phx. Organized by Remember 1986. remember1986.com
The Sonoita-Elgin Tea Party Is Hosting A ‘Meet The Candidates,’ at 10 am, Sat., July 19 at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds (¼ mile south of the junction of Highways 82 & 83 in Sonoita) for candidates from all parties. Free admission, free parking, food vendor on site. Between candidates moderator Senator Frank Antenori will give updates on the role and power of lobbyists, who the real power brokers in Phoenix are, how the interests of the average citizen become subverted by the legislative process and much more. Contact: sonoitateaparty.org
· LD 26 Needs Volunteers To Walk Neighborhoods at 8 am, Sat., July 19 for LD26 House candidate James Roy at a yet to be announced location. Lunch will be provided. RSVP LD26 First Vice-Chr Krista Roy at 480-200-3301 so they can get a head county for food.
· This Weekend Congressman David Schweikert and his wife Joyce will be doing a district-wide sign delivery this weekend. click here to request your Schweikert yard sign
The Gila County Republican Party is planning A Grand Opening for their new campaign headquarters at starting10:30 am, Sat., July 19 at 719 South Beeline Highway, Payson. Ribbon cutting at noon. Special guests include Sheriff Joe Arpaio and former state senator Russell Pearce. Open to public. Individuals can register to vote, or change party affiliation, at the event. For information, call 928-472-GILA (4452) or 928-478-8186. Gila County Chairman Gary Morris 602-803-7366. Gila County Republican Committee
· A Fundraiser For LD18 Senate Candidate Tom Morrissey is scheduled at 1 pm, Sat., July 19 at the Mount Cross Lutheran Church, 601 E Hwy 260, Payson. Sheriff Joe and former Sen. Russell Pearce are special guests. Limited seating. Tickets - $30 each or 2 for $50. Contact Gila County HQ (928) 472-GILA (4452) Www.tomforazsenate.com
· Sheriff Richard Mark will address ‘the role of the county sheriff in America’ and other legal issues at the 9:45 am, Sat., July 19 “Moral Action Ministry” at the North Scottsdale Christian Church, 28700 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale, AZ. 85266 (NW Corner of Dynamite & Pima Rd.).LD23 House candidate Jay Lawrence will also speak. Steve Kates, KFNX1100 AM will do a live broadcast at noon. Contacts: www.CSPOA.org---www.SheriffRichardMack.com Donations for www.injuredpoliceofficersfund.com
· CD9 Candidate Andrew Walter is having a pancake brunch from 9-11 am at campaign headquarters, 4425 E Western Star Blvd, Phx. on July 19, followed by neighborhood walks and an all-day phone bank. please RSVP
· The Fountain Hills Republican Club Meets At 9 Am, Sat. July 19 at the Fountain Hills Community Center to hear Corporation Commission candidates Doug Little and Vernon Parker, and AZ Treasurer candidate Randy Pullen, School Board Candidates Edith Stock and Judy Rutkowski and Maricopa County Supervisors Chairman Steve Churcri. Doors open at 8:30 am. Reservations for the September Election Rally may be made at the door!
The Pinal County Republican Committee Debate Forum For Justice Of The Peace and Constables is scheduled July 19. Details tba. Contact: Pinal County Republican Committee Chairman Seraphim Larsen (520) 251-2689 -firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.pinalcountygop.org/
· LD 17 Needs Volunteers To Walk Neighborhoods Sat., July 19. Contact Chr Tyler Bowyer at email@example.com or 480-239-0025
· The Republican Party In Chandler, Sun Lakes And Gilbert is hosting a ‘Greet, Meet, Eat and Hit the Street’ at 9 am, July 19. Lunch will be served at noon (after the walk) at Floridino’s, 590 N Alma School Road #35, Chandler. Victory T-shirts will be provided for attendees.
· Contact Your Congressman. Let them know what you are thinking.
· Sen John McCain R 202-224-2235 mccain.senate.gov
· Sen Jeff Flake R 202-224-3421 flake.senate.gov
· Rep Ann Kirkpatrick (D1) 202-225-3361 kirkpatrick.house
· Rep Ron Barber (D2) 202-225-2542 barber.house.gov
· Rep Raul Grijalva (D3) 202-225-2435 grijalva.house.gov
· Rep Paul Gosar (R4) 202-2225-2315 gosar.house.gov
· Rep Matt Salmon (R5) 202-225-2635 salmon.house.gov
· Rep David Schweikert (R6) 202-225-2190 schweikert.house.gov
· Rep Ed Pastor (D7) 202-225-4065 house.gov/pastor
· Rep Trent Franks (8) 202-225-4576 franks.house.gov
Rep Kyrsten Sinema (D) sinema.house.gov
· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten schedule: firstname.lastname@example.org
· July 18 – 5-7 pm, Candidates Reception/Social, Pueblo del Sol Country Club, 2770 St. Andrews Drive, Sierra Vista
· July 18 – 11 am, CD2 Southern Sense Conservative Talk Online Radio by Southern Sense Is Conservative
July 19 – 10am-2 pm, Sonoita-Elgin Tea Party Meet the Candidates, Santa Cruz Fairgrounds Sonoita
· Gubernatorial Candidate Ken Bennett’s schedule:
· July 18 - 7 Pm, Arizona Cattle Growers Association & GPEC Gubernatorial Forum.
· Supt Of Public Instruction Candidate Diane Douglas Schedule:
· July 18 – 5-7 pm, Candidates Reception, Pueblo Del Sol Country Club, 2770 Saint Andrews Drive, Sierra Vista, AZ 85650
· July 19 – 10 am-2 pm, Sonoita/Elgen Tea Party, Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds 3142 S. Highway 83 Sonoita, AZ 85637.
· July 19 – 1-4 pm, Ice Cream Social/Meet and Greet, , 575 N. Idaho Road, Apache Junction AZ.
· ATTN: Candidates/LD leaders/Group Chairman: If you have sent announcements or messages to Briefs that have not been posted (except endorsements) or that I have not responded to, please resend them. Messages can be sent to email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com If I do not respond with “thx” within 24 hours, please resend – using one or all of the above e-dressses. I’d rather get duplications than not receive your e-mails.
· Republican Candidate Announcements, fundraiser, neighborhood walks and other events can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for posting in the Briefs. In fairness to all GOP primary candidates, Briefs does not post endorsements, nor does it endorse any GOP candidates prior to the primary. See Briefs at Http://Archives.Mcrcbriefs.Org/
WHAT CANDIDATES ARE SAYING:
CD9 candidate Wendy Rogers reported her campaign raised $138,367.90 during the 2nd quarter on her financial report. This helped increase her total cash on hand to $387,346.69. “We have picked up astounding momentum. Everywhere I travel, volunteers clamor to get onboard. More and more supporters drop into campaign headquarters on a daily basis to get involved, because they not only want to be a part of something special, but also a refreshingly well organized campaign.” says Rogers. “Our campaign indeed is remarkable. Over 1,300 people have donated to us. We cherish that. I honor every donation we've received,” Rogers continued. Building on amazing success from prior quarters, Wendy Rogers has continued to amass resources and endorsements needed to win the seat. The Republican primary election for Congressional District 9 will be held on August 26th, 2014. A 5th-generation military officer, Lt Col Wendy Rogers (ret) spent her career serving her country as one of the first 100 women pilots in the Air Force. For the past 17 years, she and her husband have met payroll as job creators in their own business, have raised two children, and now have two grandchildren. www.wendyrogers.org
Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs: The campaign is heating up and we need volunteers to help us reach voters across Arizona. Want to get involved? Join us this Friday and Saturday at 4:00 pm for phone banks & volunteer training in Phoenix (New Church at 1728 West Grovers -- SE Corner of Grovers and 19th Ave in Phoenix). We'll have pizza and beverages for all our volunteers and we're looking forward to a great turnout so we hope you can make it! Sign-up now if you plan on attending and encourage your friends and family to do the same! With your help and support, I can win this race and together we can put Arizona on the right track. I will secure the border, lower taxes and grow our economy. Can I count on you to volunteer for my campaign and help us win? Thanks.
· Cd2 Candidate Chuck Wooten: It's all harmless until you realize your vote was cast for another politician who does you harm. We have so little trust in many elected politicians. Citizens are sick of the status quo. I'm not going to be silent any longer.
Shelley Kais - Why did Shelley Kais decided to no longer work as Martha McSally's Campaign Manager and strike out on her own? (McSally introducing Kais as her CM) http://youtu.be/Vy6GgoD724w Full disclosure should be given on both candidates' behalf, especially when each of them have filed charges against my campaign that cost the taxpayer money to resolve and are deemed frivolous at best.
Martha McSally Grassroots Campaign? When McSally says: "Nearly 90% of our donations came from grassroots donors, showing the widespread desire for a change in Washington."… McSally’s financial fund raisers: Eric Cantor - in Phoenix event-with-eric-cantor , John Boehner - $500 per plate! benefit-for-new-fundraising , Joe Ferguson's article outside-spenders. Integrity is the question. Who can you trust? Beltway-based super PAC - $109,000 in campaign donations. Winning Women - Paul Singer, founder of multibillion-dollar hedge fund Elliott Management - $100,000 plus in campaign donations. "Slightly more than a third of money collected by the Congressional District 2 front-runners have come from political action groups, not individuals." - Joe Ferguson .
I knew that running for a Congressional office would not be easy and that I would be attacked and tested. I believe in representing Southern Arizona to Washington and not the other way around. Please come to any of my events. I intend to earn your trust every step of the way. I will give you straight answers to your questions. I am asking for your vote and your support. I promise you integrity and honesty.
· CD2 Candidate Martha McSally: Politician Ron Barber knows how to line his pockets with outside money. His fundraising report reveals he's been filling his campaign coffers from Democrat PACs and politicians, proving his loyalties lie with his Washington pals, not the people of Southern Arizona. We need someone who works for us, not Nancy Pelosi and her cronies. Martha McSally is an independent voice who will lead with honesty and integrity and will stand up for the people of Southern Arizona. "Vulnerable" Barber's money trail reveals big contributions from Democrat insiders, who dole out his cash and marching orders.This cycle, he's taken:
- $245,206 - Democrat PACs and Campaign Committees
- $14,000 - Democrat Leader Nancy Pelosi
- $16,000 - Democrat Minority Whip Steny Hoyer
- $10,000 - Democrat National Committee Chair Debbie-Wasserman Schultz
- $10,000 - author of Democrats' tax and spend budget, Chris Van Hollen
- $5,000 - Democrat National Committee Chair Steve Israel
Barber is not afraid to reward his financial backers, even if it means selling out hardworking Southern Arizonans. He tried to stall a badly needed jobs project in Southern Arizona to reward the big-union organizations that have given him over $500,000 over the past two cycles. He betrayed Southern Arizonans to fall in line by voting against the Keystone XL pipeline, opposing flexibility for working moms, and for voting to increase interest rates on students. Sources: Barber letter to delay Tucson Airport Control Tower project (2/3/2014). Barber accepted over $500,000 from union PACs since 2012 (Opensecrets.org, 2012 and 2014). Barber voted for an amendment that would give Obama full control over construction of Keystone XL pipeline (H.R. 3, Roll Call #173, 5/22/2013). Barber voted against a bill giving flexibility to working moms (H.R. 1406, Roll Call #137, 5/8/2013). Barber voted to allow student loan interest rates to increase (H.R. 1911, Roll Call #183 5/23/13).
· AZREP Opinion: Babeu-Disgraced-Office
· Adam-Kwasman-Makes-Fool-Of-Himself Laurie Roberts
· GUNS (Virtual State Of The Union 2013) - Youtube Bill Whittle Of Afterburner On Constitution And Guns
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MARINE SGT. ANDREW TAHMOORESSI (Jailed In MX)
· Title 22, Chapter 23, Section 1732 Of The United States Code says that whenever a United States citizen is wrongfully imprisoned by a foreign government, it is the President’s duty to work to secure that citizen’s release!
· AZ Border Defenders Updated Daily
· Need2NoBorder News Watch
ILLEGALS MPORTING DISEASES
· One-Of-The-Important-People This Is What Happens When A Reporter Tries To Make An OBGYN Appointment With Eric Holder’s Wife
· Here's What Conservative Lawmakers Think About Impeaching Obama 'Nobody Wants A President Joe Biden'
· Illinois-Governors-In-Prison 4 Of State's Last 7 Governors Were Convicted, Imprisoned
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SECRETARY OF STATE
· Dr-James-D-Manning-On-Obama ‘We Gave Him Everything, And ...