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August 4, 2014
· Gov Jan Brewer Mourning The Passing Of Arizona State Senator Chester Crandell: “I am deeply saddened today to learn of the tragic and sudden passing of State Senator Chester Crandell. A fifth-generation native of Arizona, avid rancher, legislator and – above all – a gentleman with a tangible love for Arizona and those he served, Chester will be greatly missed.My thoughts and prayers – along with those of the entire state – are with Chester’s dear wife, Alice, and their family during this difficult time. In honor of Senator Crandell – and the service he gave to Arizona – I have ordered that flags be lowered to half-staff from sunrise tomorrow, August 5, 2014 until sunset August 11, 2014.”
· The Maricopa County Republican Committee Executive Guidance Committee (MCRC EGC) will meet at 7 pm, Thur., Aug 7 at AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St., Phoenix. Sign-ins open at 6 pm. All possible guests required to sign-in. Only registered Republicans with a valid photo ID will be admitted. No news media, audio and/or video recording allowed. The September MCRC EGC meeting will be Thurs, Sept 4. Contact: Chairman A J LaFaro firstname.lastname@example.org
· “The Wheels Are Beginning To Fall Off Of Robert Graham’s ‘Little Red Wagon” was a comment overheard this morning, as a group of Republican activists were dissecting AZGOP Chairman Graham’s banning of CD8 candidate Clair Van Steenwyk following the dust-up at the AZGOP West Valley Victory Office and his participation in the Saturday night Politics on the Rocks/Mike Huckabee event that reportedly turned out to be a Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Ducey endorsement party.
Sen John McCain Is Being Courted For Endorsements by gubernatorial candidates, according to his interview with Braham Resnik regarding gubernatorial candidates campaign promises about closing the border. Viewers are wondering which candidates are courting McCain in light of the AZGOP Committeemen and most of the County Republican Committees passing resolutions condemning McCain in January 2014. McCain with Resnik
· Dr. Ken Kreiger, The Peoria City Council Candidate whose name was left off of the primary earlier ballots has called a press conference at 10:30 am, Tues., Aug 5 outside the Maricopa County Building, 301 West Jefferson, Phx.
· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten is asking for supporters to “Walk For Wooten” between 8-11 am, Sat., Aug 9 starting at Purple Heart Park, 10050 East Rita Road, Tucson, AZ 85747. Wear comfortable shoes, sunscreen and a hat. Confirmed participation at at email@example.com or wooten2014.com
· LD19 Senate Write-In Candidate Joe Hobbs (and the only GOP candidate running for Senate in LD19) is hosting Day 2 of his “10 Days In August” $5 qualifying contribution campaign at the Avondale Civic Center Library free speech zone, 11350 Civic Center Drive, Avondale 85323. His mobile command center will be staffed from 4pm until 9pm. The purpose is to Meet-and-Greet a high volume of LD19 registered voters and secure $5 contributions so he will be competitive in the General election. Joe will break away to attend “Gangplank” Hack Night at 525 N Central Avenue from 7-8:30pm. firstname.lastname@example.org 480-381-2380,
· Maricopa County Community College Candidate Fred Zook has turned in 1,281 signatures (963 required) to qualify for the primary election. “Now the work begins,” quipped Zook.
· As We Get Swamped With Slick Campaign Ads, one observer commented, “How can they afford to send out these expensive ads?”
· Congratulations To Arizona Teenage Republicans (TARS) Chairman Lilia Dashevky and her team of workers. The teens came home from the National TARS Conference in Washington with four of the seven national awards! They won the ‘‘Outstanding Federation in the Nation,’ the‘Outstanding Club in the Nation,’ the ‘Outstanding TAR in the Nation,’ and the ‘Outstanding Social Media Presence’. Dashevky is a trooper, she took the TARS from two-dozen members to more than 350 strong in over five counties since her election. Way to Go Lilia!
· The Arizona Federation Of Republican Women is conducting a workshop from 9 am to 1 pm, Sat., Aug 9, on how to stay on the offense when addressing certain issues with potential voters. The workshop costs $30 per person and features Shane Krauser and Cheryl Pelletier at Gainey Ranch Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Dr., Scottsdale. Limited seating. Reservations required: Lori Urban at 480-221-9633 or at http://email@example.com.
· Random Thoughts: “Our leaders in Washington seemed to be squabble to no end on what to do with all those illegal Central American children. The Progressives want to hug ‘em, and the Conservatives want to send them backing back south. Meanwhile, one lone Marine is languishing in a Tijuana prison and no one in Washington is doing anything or seems to care. . .” – Former Arizona Editor Tom Morrow.
· The Tucson Republican Women’s Club is planning its 30th Anniversary Celebration and Fashion Show at noon, Sat., Sept 20 at the Viscount Suite Hotel, 4855 E Broadway, Tucson, Arizona 85711. Guests welcome. Past Presidents will be exhibiting their scrapbooks. $30 per ticket.. RSVP/Reservations to Caroline Straub at 722-7447 or firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Green Valley CD 2 Candidate’s Debate is scheduled for August 8 in the evening on AZ Public TV Channel 6 https://tv.azpm.org/schedules/episode/95662/
· Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs and Treasurer candidate Hugh Hallman will address the Green Valley Republicans ‘Brown Bag luncheon.’ For locations contact Kay Kohler, Green Valley Republican 904-9103 or HQ 867-8811. Aug 14 guest is gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones. Aug 12 Supt of Public Instruction Diane Douglas will address the group.
· CD2 Chuck Wooten’s Campaign Workers will be gathering at 8 am., Sat., Aug 9 to distribute brochures during a neighborhood walk. Meet at Purple Heart Park, 10050 E. Rita Rd. Tucson Distributing brochures. Volunteers welcome. Contact: email@example.com
· Congressman Paul A. Gosar Is Spearheaded A Bipartisan Letter (click here to read) to Administrator Gina McCarthy demanding the EPA hold additional public hearings in states like West Virginia, Kentucky, Wyoming, Texas, Alabama and Arizona, to hear from Americans who will be hit hardest by these burdensome new requirements. His letter points out that the public hearings conducted in July by the EPA extreme environmental proposals for current power plants took place in Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Denver, and Pittsburgh -- large urban areas, several of which are hundreds of miles from the communities that will be most impacted by this flawed proposal. Gosar said, “It is deplorable that the EPA has not scheduled public hearings in communities that will lose thousands of jobs if these overreaching regulations are adopted.” Gosar’s letter demanded “The reduction mandates put forth in the EPA’s proposal are not only unrealistic, but will also cause significant job losses and be extremely detrimental to economic growth throughout the nation. American families are projected to lose almost $600 billion in disposable income as a result of this new proposed rule. All of this economic harm and destruction for our economy will only result in an estimated 1.8% reduction of global carbon-dioxide emissions by the year 2030.”
· Information From Third Parties has been distributed throughout the state that inaccurately describes how independent voters can vote in the Primary Election, according to the Secretary of State’s office. While independent voters may vote by mail, it is not the only way for them to participate in the Primary. All voters – including independent voters or those without a party preference – are able to vote through one of three ways:
o Early mail ballot,
o Early in-person voting, or
o In-person on Election Day, August 26.
For voters to receive an early ballot by mail, they should call the County Recorder. The last day to request an early ballot by mail is August 15. Early ballots should be voted, signed, sealed and sent by mail August 22, or earlier. If an early voter misses the August 22 deadline, he or she may return the ballot to an early voting location, at the County Recorder’s Office, or at the poll on Election Day. To find an early voting location and availability, contact the County Recorder. Early in-person voting ends Friday, August 22. If you vote by early mail ballot, do not vote in person; however, if voting on Election Day, August 26th, know that polling locations may have changed since the last election. Go to www.azsos.gov, and click on the Voter View icon to find out where to vote. Contact: Kim Crawford Communications Specialist (602) 542-2228 firstname.lastname@example.org
AUG 5 EVENTS
· Freedom Fires Will Meet Host A Debate between Supt of Public Instruction John Huppenthal and challenger Diane Douglas at 6:30 pm, Tues., Aug 5 at Burke Basic School, 131 E Southern Ave., Mesa AZ 8 5210. Opening remarks by gubernatorial candidate Frank Riggs. Moderators – Shane Krauser. Admission: $2. Children 17 and under are free and are invited to join "Constitution In The Classroom" for a lesson geared towards the younger attendees to this event. FreedomFires.com
· A Tempe City Council Candidate Dick Foreman fundraiser is scheduled at 5:30 pm, Tues., Aug 5 at the University Club in Phoenix. Contact: Tysen Schlink at 480-789-9869 or email@example.com.
· Victor Head Will Discuss The Successful Recall he lead in Colorado at the 6:30 pm, Tues., Aug 5 at the Surprise Tea Party Patriots meeting at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 West R H Johnson Blvd, Sun City West. www.surpriseteapartypatriots.com
· Conservative Warrior Jesse Kelly will be in attendance at CD1 candidate Adam Kwasman’s 5:30 pm, Tues, Aug 5 meeting at the Oro Valley Country Club, 300 W Greenock Dr., Oro Valley 85737. $30 per person. $50 per couple. RSVP: Lynne at (605) 321-6224 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
· A Meet And Greet For Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Ducey is scheduled at 5:30 pm., Tues., Aug 5 at Hot Rods Old Vail. 10500 E. Old Vail Rd, Oro Valley.
· Gubernatorial Candidate Andy Thomas will address the West Valley Republicans at 9:30 am, Tues., Aug 5 in the AZGOP Victory Office, 10050 W Bell Road, #25, Sun City, AZ.
· Former Senator Frank Antenori And Senator Al Melvin will host a meet and greet for gubernatorial candidate Doug Ducey at 5:30 pm, Tues., Aug 5 at Hotrods Old Vail Restaurant, 10500 E Old Vail Road., Tucson. Refreshments will be served. www.dougducey.com
AUG 6 EVENTS
· A Town Hall Meeting On Border Security & Federal Overreach with Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs and former Senator Russell Pearce will be held from 6-7 pm, Wed., Aug 6 at Burke Basic School, 131 East Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210. Contact: www.RiggsforAZGov.com
· LD11 Senate Candidate Scott Bartle will be featured at a 5:3pm, Aug 6 reception, hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Jim Klein, 545 W Casa Grande Lakes Blvd., North in Casa Grande. Host committee includes Bill Bridwell, Rona Curphy, Dr. Frank Davdison, Mayor Bob Jackson, AnnaMarie Knorr, Scott Lehman, Janeen Rohovit and Garland Shreves.
· Congressman Trent Franks will speak at 6:30 pm, Wed., Aug 6 at the Brand New Church, 1827 W Grovers Ave, Phoenix, Az, SE Corner 19th Ave/W Grovers Ave in the Fellowship Hall, Snacks and bottled water provided. Contribution for to help the Tea Party defray expenses.
· A Border Security Briefing will be held at 5:30 pm, Aug 6 at the Wheeler Taft Abbott Public Library, 7800 N. Schisler Drive, Marana. Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu will deliver a border security briefing to northern Pima County and Southern Pinal County residents. LD11 Smith, Leach and Finchem will also be present.
AUG 7 EVENTS
The Central Republican Women of Phoenix will meet at 6:15 pm, Thur., Aug 7 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 4000 N. Central, Phx. 5:30 pm – social hour. Speaker: Border chaos expert Jeff Prather, heard regularly on the James T. Harris KQTH’s talk show http://www.1041kqth.com/podcast/harris/267740901.html Dinner $22. RSVP TravelingTina@cox.net
· A ‘Wine & Cheese’ Reception For Scottsdale City Council Candidate Michael Auerbach is scheduled at 5:30 pm, Thur., Aug 7 at Caliber, 16074 N 78th St., #B-104, Scottsdale with special guest Mayor Jim Lane. Donations welcome. RSVP: Michael@auerbachforcitycouncil.com or 480-492-7553.
· LD29 House Candidate Aaron Borders will attend the candidate forum scheduled by Gene Derie at 6:30 pm, Aug 7 in the Villade Paz School Library, 4940 N. 103rd Ave., Phx.
The Republican Party Of Chandler, Gilbert And Sun Lakes will host a fundraiser for Chandler City Council candidates Kevin Hartke, Terry Roe and Rene Lopez at 7:30 pm, Thur., Aug 7, at El Zocalo Mexican Grille 28 W San Marcos Place, Chandler. $250 donations. RSVP to Dr. Shadow Asgari at 480-250-2106 or email@example.com
· LD23 House Candidate Jay Lawrence will be featured at a meet and greet by Members of the Ancala Country Club between 5-7 pm, Thurs., Aug 7. Lawrence will explain his opposition to Common Core, Medicaid expansion and discuss his plan for school district consolidation, a $300 million saving for the state.
· A Gubernatorial Candidate Forum is scheduled at 7 pm, Aug 7 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, 7200 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. Moderated by Erik Ketelaar and KFYI Host Jim Sharpe, and will air on KFYI. Call 888-510-1996 or www.bumpmybusiness.com for tickets.
· League Of Women Voters of Greater Tucson & Greater Vail Chamber of Commerce Forum, 7 pm, 10701 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way, Tucson 85747.
· Caliber is hosting a reception for Scottsdale City Council candidate Michael Auerbach at 5:30 pm, Thur., Aug 7 at 16074 N 78th St., Ste B-104, Scottsdale, AZ 85260. Wine and Cheese served. Special guest - Mayor Jim Lane.
AUG 8 EVENTS
· Pinal County Assessor and Pinal Power Players Host Doug Wolf Will Interview Diane Douglas, Supt of Public Instruction candidate, at 12:30 pm, Fri., Aug 8 at www.kqcklive.com Here is the link to Wolf’s Aug 1 chat with Jeff DeWit, Candidate For State Treasurer
· Sierra Vista Chamber Meet & Greet, 5:30 pm, at Pueblo de Sol Country Club, 2770 Saint Andrews Dr., Sierra Vista. $10 at door, cash bar, hosted snacks. firstname.lastname@example.org
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WHAT CANDIDATES ARE SAYING:
· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten: George Washington was our great leader and warrior, but he needed an equally great army to win. I am asking for you to march with me. I will beat Ron Barber! The Arizona Voter's Guide and Early Voter Ballots are in the mail. Some will put off voting; some will not vote because they have lost faith, but worst of all is the voter who may not know what I have to offer in terms of experience in both business and military aspects - far more extensive than both of my competitors and Mr. Barber's. I offer leadership that took place when I wrote the letter to Paul Ryan that resulted in the removal of legislation in Ryan's budget that would have cut retirement benefits for our Veterans who were promised they would be taken care of in exchange for serving our country. They are not plastic chess pieces to be played in a game of strategy to gain power for either political party. I was prompted to step forward by those who knew our choices were not strong enough to beat Ron Barber. We cannot afford to watch Ms. McSally present the same case as last time and lose. I offer Southern Arizona my proven experience of climbing the ladder in the military and in the private sector. From working for others and with others, in ways that have prepared me, for the leadership position I am seeking in at the Federal level. Whether I am acting in a one-on-one situation or in a committee, I bring integrity, knowledge and confidence; but more than that, I Bring Your Message.
· Tempe City Council Candidate Matt Papke: When we kicked off our campaign in June of last year, no one gave us any shot at winning. We were told we might as well give up. I asked you what to do. You responded with a very clear call. "Git 'er dun Matt." One year later and 11,000+ voter doors knocked, we are a strong contender for winning in the Primary. The other day we ran a poll head to head with one of the incumbents. We are in it to win it. If you want to really help me, earn a spot as Tempe's next public servant, then you can vote for me, or you can supercharge your vote! By voting only for me, you will essentially be giving me (3) votes, and knocking out the competition. Because we have not wavered or cow-towed to the powers that be, we are the front runner. Polls are not perfect nor are they crystal balls, but given our amazing results against a 2 term incumbent, I am confident we are the one to beat. This does not mean we are resting on our laurels, today our volunteers contacted hundreds of voters to make sure they vote only for Matt Papke. Tomorrow we'll do it again-and the next day and the next. Would you like to help us connect with voters? Even if you only have an hour to spare, it will help! Sign up here! With your support and the campaign's hard work we are in a terrific position to win outright in the Primary.
· CD1 candidate Adam Kwasman: First of all, if you've received your early ballot, I ask you for your vote. Don't forget to mail-in your early ballot. I am 100% pro-life, 100% pro-2nd amendment, 100% anti-Common Core, 100% against amnesty, and 100% Conservative. Now for the fun. Jesse Kelly is in town for a special event tomorrow, August 5th! Come out and bring your friends! Catch up with Jesse and support the campaign between 5:30-7 pm, at the Oro Valley Country Club. 300 W. Greenock Dr. Oro Valley, AZ 85737. Minimum Suggested Donation: $30 per person/$50 per couple PRE-PAY LINK! RSVP to Lynne at (605) 321-6224 or at email@example.com I hope you can join us this coming Tuesday, and make sure to invite your friends. Thank you for all your support!
· Scottsdale School Board Candidate Laddie Guy Shane: I moved to Scottsdale when I was 9 years old. I attended schools that had teachers and administrators who loved their jobs and encouraged children to achieve the impossible. Scottsdale from the 1960’s has been a boom town with schools popping up to catch up to the growing demands. We have changed dramatically and must ask, now what? In 2012 and 2013 the community said no to bonds and overrides. This was a trigger to me as graduate returning to be a teacher. I loved Scottsdale schools and wanted to make sure that it provided the best for every child. With the failure of the override I saw my past teachers lose jobs; Mentors were leaving because another district was better. As this happened SUSD student enrollment dropped as charter schools offered a “better” option in a lot of people’s eyes. I spoke to many came to the conclusion, “Do something about it”. A year ago, I filed the paperwork to run for the Scottsdale School board. I took the year to talk to residents, parents, teachers, students, administrators, and community leaders and find out the problems. I found one major thing: we all love Scottsdale and are worried about the future. If we want a change; we must fix our own backyard. I put my notes from the past year into the ‘Scottsdale Children First Plan.’ click here to see how we will build the Scottsdale of tomorrow. I promise that I will go over every decision as a board member with the key focus of putting children first. I’m reaching out to you in the hope to build a line of communication and trust. I would be honored to have your vote but what is more important is your trust. www.LaddieShane.com or click here.
· CD9 Candidate Andrew Walter: Wendy Rogers is attacking Andrew personally. Rather than discuss the issues, she has now resorted to name-calling. Andrew needs help in order to tell voters the truth. Can you commit to helping Andrew for just 1 hour this week? Please see the volunteer opportunities below:1. Phone calls -
The office will be open all week for phone calls, including Saturday. If you're in Ahwatukee, Chandler, or Arcadia RSVP Political Director Michael 2. Door knocking - Saturday morning we will be knocking on doors. This week we will be back in South Tempe. 3. Lit drops - Quickly drop literature, please let me know. We can give you walk books for Republican neighbors in your area.4. Letter to the editor - Please let our Field Representative David know if you would like to write your newspaper in support of Andrew. 5. Recruit your friends and family to join you. - We are loaded with volunteer opportunities, and even 1 hour of your time will go a long way to letting voters know about Andrew and what he stands for. Can we count on you? 480-447-5492. P.S. Wendy Rogers called Andrew a "deadbeat" and he needs your help to respond. Saturday morning walk: 9-11 am, Aug 9, meet at Kyrene de la Mariposa School, 50 E Knox Road., Tempe, 85284. Bring water, sunscreen, hat.
· CD1 Candidate Andy Tobin: President Obama and Ann Kirkpatrick continue to stall resolutions and stand on the wrong side of the border issue. Kirkpatrick says she stands for a secure border but her record proves otherwise, and last week she doubled-down on her anti-border security position, voting against common-sense legislation to help secure America’s border in HR 5230. Kirkpatrick not only voted against utilizing National Guard at the border, she voted against additional funding for border security and law enforcement to secure the border – which Arizonans know is desperately needed right now. Worse - she stands with President Obama, even while reports indicated the White House is considering an executive order that would grant legal status to millions of people who are illegally here in the United States. That’s right…the President wants to grant Amnesty. The President and his allies have decided to bypass the legislative branch, altogether, and legislate from the White House. This is not what our Founding Fathers intended when they created the Separation of Powers in the Constitution. Ann Kirkpatrick and the Democrats have been silent as the President plots his next unilateral move to change our nation’s immigrations laws without congressional approval. It has been President Obama and Ann Kirkpatrick’s failure to lead that has led us to this point.
· CD1 Candidate Andy Tobin: Ann Kirkpatrick’s Voting Record On Immigration Is An Affront To AZ: Kirkpatrick voted against (1) Providing an immediate solution to the ongoing crisis on the southern border. (2) Utilizing the National Guard to help secure the southern border. (3) An effort to humanely accelerate judicial proceedings to reduce the current backlog and shorten the time to process cases of migrant children.(4) Making common-sense changes in current law that would allow Central American children to be deported more expeditiously as is already the case with Mexican children. (5) Removing unreasonable barriers to allow the Border Patrol on to federal land. Her Latest Vote Shutdown HR 5230 – A Bill That Could Help AZ: (1) $405 million for the Department of Homeland Security to boost border security and law enforcement activities. (2) $22 million to accelerate judicial proceedings for immigrants. (3) $70 million for National Guard border efforts: $35 million for the federal deployment of the Guard and $35 million for reimbursing states for their use of the Guard on the Southern Border. (4) $197 million for the Department of Health and Human Services) to provide temporary housing and humanitarian assistance to unaccompanied minors. (5) $40 million in repatriation assistance to Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. This funding is redirected from within existing foreign aid for Central American countries so that these repatriation activities are immediately prioritized. It’s time to release Kirkpatrick of her post. I have a history of taking on the Obama administration. I stood up to their incompetent leadership, demanding they protect the borders in Arizona. I will fight to create sustainable jobs and help small businesses succeed. I will build a stronger middle class, put Arizona back on track, protect our border, invest in defense and hold the Obama administration and his executive branch accountable.
· CD1 Candidate Gary Kiehne: After months of hard work and campaigning across the district, this is the moment we’ve been waiting for. Now is your chance to send the Washington insiders a message they won’t easily forget. If you are an early voter, your early ballot should have arrived in the mail, please remember to fill out your ballot immediately and send it back. For too long, we’ve been represented by career politicians who don’t understand what our district needs. For too long, politicians have put their lobbyist friends ahead of hardworking taxpayers here in Arizona. But you can help put a stop to that by casting your early vote. As many of you know, I was born in Arizona’s First Congressional District and own businesses here. It's where I live today because I love our state and care deeply about its future. I am committed to getting the federal government out of the way and letting Arizonans decide how to spend our money and use our land. I will fight to repeal Obamacare and fight to secure our border without amnesty. Together, we can send a message to the career politicians in Washington. It starts with casting your early ballot today. Thanks for all your hard work and support. firstname.lastname@example.org
· McCain Says Arizona Can't Afford GOP Candidates' Border Plans Says He’s Been Courted For His Endorsement.
· Keystone Critic Decried Conflict Of Interest As Wife Backed Competitor Raul Grijalva's Wife Owned Stock Of Competing Company Involved In Keystone Project While Grijalva Raised Red Flags About Conflicts Of Interest.
· Robert Robb Let Community College At-Large Seats Rip
· Your Thoughts On Hillary, 2016 And More Bill Krystal
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ILLEGALS IMPORTING DISEASES
· Dem. Lawmaker Uses German Luftwaffe Uniform To Portray U.S. Navy In Campaign Mailer 'Disrespectful To Those Who Have Worn The Uniform Of The United States'
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SECRETARY OF STATE
· Gov't Expects To Borrow $192B In Q3, $187B In Q4 Gov't Raises Estimate Of Q3 Borrowing By $22b, To $192b; Expects To Borrow $187b For Q4