Wednesday, September 24, 2014

9-24-14 MCRC Briefs

MCRC Briefs

Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor

Web Master   John Strasser


September 24, 2014


·       ATTN MCRC PCs: MCRC Chairman A.J. LaFaro Regarding Republicans Endorsing Non-Republicans - I’ve been receiving phone calls, v-mails and e-mails complaining about people and groups of people who say they are Republicans but are endorsing Non-Republican candidates. Some examples are “GOP for Fred”, “Republicans for Barber”, “GOP For Felecia”, yard signs, blog postings, websites, campaign contributions.




It’s bad enough these people endorse RINOs for elected office, but then turn around and endorse Democrats, Independents and Libertarians over some of our Republican nominees.  I’m as outraged at these so-called Republicans as you are.  We are in the process of trying to identify any Republican PCs who are endorsing and supporting Non-Republicans, and will be removing their voting rights and censuring them in accordance to the 2014 MCRC Bylaws.  These individuals will not be eligible to vote in any LD, MCRC or AZGOP election. MCRC_ByLaws -   Section 5 – Elections --  B. Endorsements of Non-Republican Candidates

o   No member of the MCRC shall lend an endorsement to a non-Republican candidate in any election that has a Republican candidate on the ballot.

o   Should a MCRC member endorse a non-Republican, that MCRC member will lose his voting privileges, including proxies, for the rest of his term, provided:

o   The member was provided written notice mailed via certified US mail to the member's last known address,

o   The members was provided an opportunity to defend himself at the next EGC meeting but not less than 10 days after notification,

o   The EGC by majority vote removed the member's voting rights.

Please forward the names of any individuals who are Republican PCs but are endorsing Non-Republican candidates and the evidence to as soon as possible.


·       Graham To Run For Re-Election As AZGOP Confirmed  … “I WILL be running for state chairman again.  I have every intention to maintain the momentum and successes we are experiencing through the presidential election.”


·       Maricopa County Republican Chairman A J LaFaro Has Filed A Campaign Finance Complaint Against ‘Arizona Grassroots Action’ with the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission, Arizona Secretary of State's Office and Maricopa County Elections Office.  Read details in the 9-22-14 Briefs at   Contact: A. J. LaFaro 480-752-9164

·        Condolences To The Family Of Former Maricopa County Republican Chairman Gerald David Gage, 75, who passed away peacefully on Sept 23 at Hospice of the Valley in Scottsdale. Gage, an attorney, was elected MCRC Chairman in 1971 at age 32. A celebration of his life will be held at 2 pm., Fri, Sept 26, 2014 at the Camelback Church of Christ, 5225 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix, Arizona. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Hospice of the Valley   See full  obituary

·       A Meet & Greet For  State Treasurer And  Gubernatorial Candidate, Governor Doug Ducey, Congressman Paul Gosar, & Secretary Of State Ken Bennett  is scheduled in conjunction with the opening of the  Prescott GOP Victory Office celebration scheduled from 5-6 pm, Sat., Sept 27 at Yavapai County Republican Headquarters, 112B E. Union Street, Prescott, AZ  86303. Contact: (928) 776-4500 or email or link Meet & Greet


·       Did you know?  Our quiet, soft spoken Maricopa County Treasurer Hos Hoskins is a former combat pilot who flew 274 combat missions in Vietnam and was awarded 13 Air medals and the Distinguished Flying Cross?  Wow, that’s some record!


·       A CD-9 Saturday Victory Walk For Congressional Candidate Wendy Rogers and other Republican candidates is scheduled Sat., Sep 27 in Chandler. Volunteers will gather at 8:30 am at Desert Breeze Park, 660 N. Desert Breeze Boulevard where they will be assigned a precinct to canvass. At 12:30 pm, Republicans will reconvene at the temporary Republican headquarters , 1600 W. Chandler Boulevard in Chandler to share their results, stories and food and refreshments. If you have an iPhone or iPad, please bring it and they will show you how to use the latest canvassing app.


·       Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Ducey will host an ice cream social between1:20-2:30 pm, Sun., Sept 28 at Ducey headquarters, 4455 E Camelback Rd., #E250, Phx. Have some Cold Stone Creamery ice cream, and sign up to volunteer on the campaign! This event is FREE and open to the public.RSVP by Fri, Sept 26. To RSVP or for questions, please contact Dylan Lefler at 602-842-2014 or or RSVP to Cylee Gutting at or 602-842-2014.


·       A Meet & Greet for Gilbert School Board Candidate Ron Bellus is scheduled at 7 pm, Fri., Sept 26 at the home of Zach & Genice Bellus, 9064 E Obispo Ave. in Mesa. Special guests - Rep. Kelly Townsend and Sen David Farnsworth. Contact: Kay Reardon LD16 Corresponding Secretary  602-882-6507


·       A ‘Meet And Greet’ For Scottsdale City Council Candidates David Smith And Kathy Littlefield is scheduled from 2-5 pm, Sun., Sept 28 at the Phillip’s residence, 7451 E Via Dona Rd., Scottsdale. RSVP


·       A LD6 Debate With Both Republican And Democrat Candidates is scheduled at 3 pm, Sept 28 at the Sedona Church of the Red Rocks, 54 Bowstring Dr., Sedona, AZ  86336 Contact:  Andrea and Dwight Kadar at or (281) 682-8743.


·       Join LD18 House Candidate Jill Norgaard With Jonathan Paton on October 1 from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. at the Native New Yorker in Phoenix, 5030 E. Ray Road to review all of the propositions on the November ballot.  Bring a friend. Contact:   Jill Norgaard


·       A “Meet & Greet” For Congressman Paul Gosar is scheduled at noon, Tues., Sept 30 at the Chaparral Ice Cream Shop, 45 North Tegner St., Wickenburg, AZ 85390. RSVP to:


·       LD22 Has Created A New Committee which will be helping to write legislation for the upcoming legislation session.  The goal is to have our LD22 representatives carry the new proposed legislation down to the capital to represent the district.  They have a number of topics they are working on and welcome input on three topics from my fellow Arizona Republican PC's:

o   Ideas on how we can reduce the size of AZ State government

o   Ideas on how the State of AZ can reduce spending

o   Ideas on what laws we can take off the books

If you have any ideas you believe can help our great state, please forward them to:

LD22 First Vice Chair Tom Platt It is my hope our LD22 group can take some of these ideas and turn them into productive legislation.  Thanks in advance for your suggestions.


·       A JBS Presentation Is Scheduled At 7 Pm, Thur., Sept 25 915 W. Fairway Drive.  See


·       The Arizona Game And Fish Department’s Open House And Educator Resource Fair will take place on Saturday, November 22 and Sunday, November 23 from 10am-3pm. Exhibit space is free to educators and will include an 8 foot table and chairs. Space is limited! If you are interested in showcasing your resources, complete This Application Form and submit it via email to Participation is free. For more information, download the Event Flyer.


·       The Arizona Republican Party Today Launched A Petition to tell Democratic Gubernatorial Nominee and Lobbyist Fred DuVal: Don’t bankrupt Arizona! DuVal has made spending promises on the campaign trail totaling nearly $4 billion ($3,918,695,000.00 to be precise). His reckless spending promises are approximately a 42% increase from our current state budget. At a debate last week in Tucson, DuVal promised not to raise taxes. In fact, his exact words were, “No new taxes, read my lips.” With a projected budget deficit of more than $280 million in FY2015, and a promise already to drain the rainy day fund, voters are concerned about his spend-spend-spend approach to governing “With a projected budget deficit of more than $280 million in FY2015, and a promise already to drain the rainy day fund, voters are concerned about his spend-spend-spend approach to governing, and rightly so,” said AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham.  “If DuVal is not going to raise taxes, how will he finance his nearly $4 billion in new spending promises without bankrupting Arizona?  If DuVal can’t answer that question, it means he has been lying to Arizonans. It is time for this career Washington, D.C. lobbyist to start telling Arizona voters the truth they deserve.”

DuVal’s Spending Promises:

1. Private-Public Rail Line connecting Tucson and Phoenix -Estimated Cost: $3.6 Billion (at a minimum) (According to ADOT’s Passenger Rail Corridor Study)

2. Restore Funding to the Child Care Assistance Program -

Estimated Cost: $80 Million annually (Fred, said in his plan this is how much has been “slashed” over the last several years)

3. Restore All-Day Kindergarten - Estimated Cost: $218 Million annually (Cost of All-Day Kindergarten prior to the recession)

4. Erase Student Debt for Teachers Staying in Arizona for Five Years - Estimated Cost: $195,000 (Estimate based on tuition costs for one-tenth of Arizona’s teachers, assuming they graduate in the top third of their class and stay in Arizona for five years)

5. Increase Financial Aid to Students - Estimated Cost: $20 Million minimum

                  (Estimate assumes doubling current state investment for financial aid)

6. New Agency to Investigate Political Insiders – Estimated. Cost: $500,000 annually plus one-time costs to establish agency

(Estimate based on other small state agency operating funds)


·       AZGOP Victory Offices Where You Can Pick Up Signs, Literature, Etc.

o   AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N 24th St., Phoenix.

o   East Valley, 1600 W Chandler Blvd., Suite 150, Chandler

o   Flagstaff Office,  2625 S Woodlands Village Blvd., Flagstaff.

o   Oro Valley, 1171 N Rancho Vistoso Blvd, #103.  605-321-6224

o   Payson, 719 S Beeline Rd., Payson

o   Pinal County Office, 410 N Marshall, Casa Grande.

o   Prescott , 112 Union St., Prescott

o   Sun City Office, 10050 W Bell Rd., Ste. 26, Sun City

o   Tucson  Office, 1740 E Fort Lowell, Ste. 120, Tucson

o   Tucson Office, 5447 E 5th St., Tucson.


·       The LD23 GOTV Office is located at 7047 E. Greenway Parkway, Suite #250

Scottsdale, AZ 85254. Contact: Lori Urban (480-221-9633)


·       The Arizona Republican Party Needs Volunteers To Staff Offices five days a week throughout the state.  Volunteers needed for:

o    Receptionists

o   Data entry

o   Photocopying

o   Neighborhood walks on Oct. 11th

o   Phone call banks

o   Social media voices

To volunteer click here to complete the form. You will be contacted. Contact:  Action Team Director Kathy Hedges 602-9577770


·       Residential Permit Fees To Repair Flood Damage have been waived for those impacted by record-breaking storms and flooding that occurred Aug. 12-19 and Sept. 8. Mayor Greg Stanton and District 8 Councilwoman Kate Gallego requested the waiver for development permit fees associated with projects that will allow residents to repair flood damaged homes. Visit


·        The City Of Phoenix Won Four First-Place Crescordias And six Awards of Merit at the 34th annual Arizona Forward Environmental Excellence Awards ceremony Saturday.  The competition, which received nearly 100 entries, is Arizona’s oldest and most prestigious awards competition focusing exclusively on sustainability. 


·       Congressman David Schweikert: Do you love taking photos of your backyard or the sunsets across the city? When you live in Congressional District 6, you're familiar with the beautiful vistas of desert scenery. We're looking to revamp our website with photos from the people of the District. Join the contest by emailing us a high resolution version of your favorite photo of #AZ06 to'll announce the winner on Friday, October 3!


·       Congressman Paul Gosar: On Friday I introduced the Travel and Resource Access Including Local Stakeholders (TRAILS) Act. This legislation puts local communities and stakeholders in the driver seat for developing travel management plans that affect their livelihoods on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) acreage. Unfortunately, access to public lands has been hampered by decisions from bureaucrats within the BLM and has a detrimental impact to local communities across the country. I heard about this issue first hand from my constituents when the BLM Yuma office proposed to close nearly 50% of the trails in the area with the release of the draft La Posa Travel Management Plan.OHV recreation contributes nearly $4 billion annually to Arizona’s economy, supports 40,000 jobs and generates nearly $200 million in sales taxes. Local communities are the first to be affected by changes in travel and access management decisions, yet, are routinely left out of the development discussion. The BLM shouldn’t be harming local communities and limiting access to public lands all in the name of pursuing a misguided agenda. I will continue to fight this overreach. An article from the Parker Pioneer about the town hall I held on this issue back in April can be found HERE.


·       Republicans:  We Are Out Numbered In Southwest Maricopa County But We Can Win In This 2014 Midterm Election, But Only With Your Help.  Every Vote Counts!  Get your family, friends, neighbors and fellow patriots involved.  Volunteer opportunities are available for you to share campaign literature, engage your neighbors, make phone calls, display a lawn sign, host a candidate “Meet and Greet,” and encourage your friends and neighbors to donate to our candidates.  Contact CD 3, Maricopa County Coordinator, Andrew Costanzo at, or 480 677-0697.


·       The Deadline For To Register For The General Election Is Oct. 6.  Early voting begins Oct. 9. Register online here.


·       CD3 Candidate Gabby Saucedo-Mercer Needs Your Help with “Phone Calls For Gabby!”   There are more Democrats than Republicans in CD 3, so Gabby must get all Republicans and some of the Independent vote to win.  In addition to visiting them, we are now contacting them by phone.  Volunteers can make calls from home: the contact lists and the call script are supplied.  Typically you can reach 30 numbers in 30 minutes and in most cases you just leave a message.  Contact Andrew Costanzo at or call 480 677-0697 to volunteer.  Gabby needs your help!   

·       Congressman Paul Gosar: This past week the Government Accountability Office released a deeply disturbing report showing that taxpayer dollars have been used to fund abortion coverage by many insurance providers around the country despite the President's promise that "no federal dollars will be used to fund abortions, and federal conscience laws will remain in place". This latest broken promise from the Obama Administration is without a doubt the most shameful discovery yet as we are still ‘finding out what is in the bill’. For decades members of Congress on both sides of the isle and of all faiths have come to the common understanding that taxpayer dollars should never be used to fund abortion procedures. This utterly failed healthcare law, as well as the administration that jammed it through Congress, has no more credibility with the American people. This violation of the law must not stand and I will continue to work with my colleagues in the House to replace this unlawful legislation with a patient-centered, free market healthcare alternative that does not violate the trust of the American people. The full GAO report can be found HERE.

·       Destroying Political Signs is a Class 2 Misdemeanor  (ARS 16-1019 –political  signs )  if caught  and prosecuted. If you see someone destroying or messing with Republican political signs for candidates in the General Election in Maricopa County, please photograph them and take the photos to the victims or send them to MCRC Chairman A J LaFaro  

·       Congressman Matt Salmon: Looking for a New Flag that Comes with a Story? If you’re looking to buy an American flag, get in touch with my office to order one.  At your request, it can be flown over the U.S. Capitol and will come with a certificate with the date and time it was flown.  For more information, contact my Washington office at (202) 225-2635 or through this link:

·       Rep. David Schweikert is accepting U.S. Military Service Academy nomination applications until Fri, Oct 10, 2014. Details about the academy application process and the nomination application process can be found website here.


·        Congressman Paul Gosar: It was my great honor to help an Arizona family restore the cherished memory and military medals of an American hero, Thomas L. Cullon. My office had been working with Thomas Cullon’s family to replace his World War II medals that were stolen during a burglary in 1974. Thomas courageously served in the U.S. Air Force and passed away in 1971. Last month, I was able to present the replaced medals to Thomas’s daughter, Crystal Koons. His medals included; the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, the Good Conduct Medal (Army), the Honorable Service Lapel Button WWII, the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal and the World War II Victory Medal. These medals were valiantly earned and represent the sacrifice and patriotism of Thomas Cullon. His family rightly deserves the honor and pride accompanied with these medals so that none may forget his military service. You can read more about this from the Prescott Daily Courier HERE.


·       All Precinct Committeemen (PCs) from the past term elected or appointed that did not run for PC are no longer PC's. The only PCs the Legislative Districts (LDs) and MCRC have are the ones elected in the August 26 Primary. That said, ALL current LD  Executive Officers retain their office until the LD organizational meetings in November and December when the new elections are conducted.  In essence LD officers complete their term of office they were elected to. – MCRC Chairman A J LaFaro


·       ATTN: Candidates/LD leaders/Group Chairman:  If you have sent events or announcements to Briefs that have not been posted (except endorsements) or that I have not responded to, please resend them. Messages can be sent to  or  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 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/



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·       Scottsdale City Council Candidate Linda Milhaven: Transportation is a priority for the future of our community.  We must improve our bus and trolley service.  As our citizens age, our senior population looks for alternatives to driving to help them maintain their independence. Increasingly, young professionals are looking to get out of their cars and find green, sustainable options to get around town.  Our inadequate transportation connections are jeopardizing our long-term livability and economic sustainability. To address this issue, Council directed staff to complete a transportation study. This study will be ready next year and will be a starting point to begin a community conversation to find short and long term solutions. I am committed to creating better transportation connections for today and for our future.


·       Former Gubernatorial Candidate Christine Jones:  We have an opportunity to make significant change on the Maricopa County Community College Board this election cycle. The Board has the ability to reduce property taxes throughout the county, as well as decrease tuition costs.  At the moment, however, the Board is controlled by members who have increased taxes by 2% and increased tuition by 63% in the last ten years. This must stop! Please join me in my support of each of these conservatives: Jean McGrath - District 3, John Heep – At Large, Tracy Livingston – At Large and Johanna Haver - District 4.

CD1 Candidate Andy Tobin: This is urgent - turn on your TV. Right now. You won’t like what you see. I’m sure you’ve already seen the ads. Nancy Pelosi and her liberal allies are spending Millions Of Dollars in rural Arizona to dominate the airwaves and smear our good friend Andy Tobin. Andy is fighting back, but he needs your help. Andy is just 6 days away from the Final, most important quarterly fundraising deadline of the year.
Can you chip in $100, $50, or even $25 Right Now to help Andy meet his goal for this important fundraising deadline? We need Andy’s message of limited government and spending cuts representing us in Washington. We need Andy fighting ObamaCare, the debt, and the EPA. We need him fighting President Obama’s liberal agenda. Nancy Pelosi knows that conservative values are popular in rural Arizona. That’s why she’s ready to spend whatever it takes to defeat him in November. We can fight back. Donate whatever you can, today, to help Andy meet the most urgent fundraising deadline of the year.
I know that he - and I - can count on you to stand with us. – Paul Babeu, Pinal County Sheriff






·       The Colorado River Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6 pm, Thurs., Sept 25 at the Community Christian Church, in Yuma, AZ. The  Oct 2 mtg is scheduled at noon.  The Oct 9 mtg is scheduled at 6 pm.


·       Congressman Paul Gosar will host an Invasive Species Roundtable at 5:30 pm, Thur., Sept 25 at the Aquatic Center, 100 Park Ave., Lake Havasu City. Contact   Or   928-445-1683.


·       Congressman David Schweikert will host a breakfast buffet at 8 am, Thurs., Sept 25 at the Chaparral Suites, 5001 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale AZ. Guests:  Candidate For Arizona Attorney General​ candidate  Mark Brnovich, Arizona Treasurer candidate Jeff DeWit, Arizona Senate candidate​ Rep John Kavanagh, Incumbent Rep Michelle Ugenti, LD23 candidate Jay Lawrence, Corporation Commission candidates Doug Little  &  Rep Tom Forese and Scottsdale Unified School District candidate Laddie Guy Shane. Please arrive promptly at 8 am. Program begins at 8:20  Co-Host $250. $50 to Attend. RSVP to: Allison at 480-628-2763 or


·       Volunteers Are Needed from 10 am-noon, Thurs., Sept 25 at the AZGOP Victory Office, 10050 W Bell Road #26, SunCity, to help prepare literature for Saturday neighborhood walks.   Come and go as your schedule permits. Contact Lisa Gray:  623-340-8173 or 



·       Yavapai County Republicans Are Planning A ‘Meet & Greet’ for Congressman Paul Gosar between 3-4 pm, Sept 26 at YCRC Headquarters, 112B E. Union Street. The public is welcome share your questions and concerns with him while enjoying some coffee and cookies.



·       Walk For CD3 Candidate Gabby Saucedo Mercer from 9 am-noon, Sat, Sept 27.   Meet at 8:30 am at the Starpointe Residents Club, 17665 W. Elliot Rd Goodyear, AZ 85338 (W. Elliot, just west of S. Estrella Parkway). We will walk Desert Blossom, Westar and Estrella Foothills Precincts in Legislative District 4, Goodyear.   The weather will be a lot cooler.  Don't worry if you have never done this before, we will team you with someone who has. Contact Andrew Costanzo at or call 480 677-0697 to volunteer.


·        Yuma Candidates And Volunteers Will Walk The Neighborhoods Of Somerton On Fri., Sept 26 And Sat., Sept 27 to ‘Get Out The Vote’. Contact Paul At 580-1697.  for the meeting time and place. water will be provided. wear a hat and good walking shoes!   Walking Somerton will again commence On Fri, Oct 3  And Sat., Oct 4.


·       ATTN Guys: See Www.Swprostatecancer.Com for information on the upcoming 6th Annual Golf Classic & Free Prostate Screening scheduled Sept 27 at the Wigwam Golf Course in Litchfield Park.


·       The Sun City Grant Republican Interest Group will meet at 9 am, Sept 27 at 19781 N. Remington Dr., Chaparral Center - Hopi Room. Open to all Sun City Grand residents and their guests, elected officials and candidates.  Contact: President Ginny Nyre  (623-544-7187) or Vice President Programs Ruth Seiter  (623-544-9309) or web at


·       LD21 Neighborhood Walk :  8 – 11 am, Sept 27.  Meet at the GOP Victory office, 10050 W. Bell Road, #26, Sun City at 8am to organize and head out.  After the walk lunch will be provided by the candidates.  Contact Lisa Gray: 623.340.8173 or 


·       The LD17 Chandler Walk For CD9 is scheduled between at 8:30-11 am, Sat., Sept 27 at Desert Breeze Park, 660 N Desert Breeze Blvd E., Chandler. When finished volunteers will have food and tour the new GOP Victory Office at Dobson/Chandler Blvd. Contact: Chairman Tyler Bowyer


·       Dinesh D'Souza Will Debate Jacob Hornberger And Andrei Cherny on The Proper Role of Government for America's Future  at 7 pm, Sept 27 at the Gila Ridge High School Performing Arts Center , 2750 S. Pacific Avenue, Suite B  in Yuma. Hosted by the Freedom Library Tickets: 726-3123 or    A photo opportunity and book signing will be available.  dinesh-dsouza-jacob-hornberger-and-andrei-cherny-come-to-yuma-arizona 



·       Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Ducey will host an ice cream social between1:20-2:30 pm, Sun., Sept 28 at Ducey headquarters, 4455 E Camelback Rd., #E250, Phx. Have some Cold Stone Creamery ice cream, and sign up to volunteer on the campaign! This event is FREE and open to the public.RSVP by Fri, Sept 26. To RSVP or for questions, please contact Dylan Lefler at 602-842-2014 or or RSVP to Cylee Gutting at or 602-842-2014.


·       A ‘Meet And Greet’ For Scottsdale City Council Candidates David Smith And Kathy Littlefield is scheduled from 2-5 pm, Sun., Sept 28 at the Phillip’s residentce, 7451 E Via Dona Rd., Scottsdale. RSVP


·       A LD6 Debate With Both Republican And Democrat Candidates is scheduled at 3 pm, Sept 28 at the Sedona Church of the Red Rocks, 54 Bowstring Dr., Sedona, AZ  86336 Contact:  Andrea and Dwight Kadar at or (281) 682-8743.



·        September 29 Is The Deadline For Making The AzCDL Annual Meeting reservations for the Sat., Oct 11 meeting at the  at the Sheraton Crescent Hotel in Phoenix.  Details  - website. $20 per person. Speakers: Reverend Kenn Blanchard, author of “Black Man with a Gun”, Rep John Kavanagh and author and firearm expert  Alan Korwin.   Entertainment  - Cartridge Family Band. All luncheon attendees eligible for door prize drawings include three (3) Ruger LCP pistols.   All this for a mere $20.  Contact Fred ( 


·       The Phoenix Chapter Of Executive Women International Invites You To Participate In Its 2014 Annual Fundraiser Between 1-3 Pm, Sat., Sept 29 At The Desert Hills Bowling Ctr., 2959 E. Bell Rd, Phx. Silent Auction. 50/50 Raffle. Reservations  623-512-4707.


·       The Monthly Meeting Of The Yuma County Republicans has been moved to Tues, Sept 30, according to Secretary Lorna Brooks.  928-317-9120



·       LD17 will meet Sept 30 (last Tues of month)  at  7 pm in the   Tri-City Baptist Christian Seminary Bldg., (South Side of Parking Lot), 2211 W. Germann Road, Chandler, AZ  85286. Speaker: Former Sen Johnathan Paton, chairman of  Yes on Prop 122 Committee. The November meeting has been moved to Nov 18 due to Thanksgiving. No December meeting. contact LD17 Chairman Tyler Bowyer at


·       The Yuma County Republicans will meet at 7 pm, Tues, Sept 30 at Booth Machinery.  Speaker: AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham. . Contact: YCR Secretary Lorna Brooks, 10am-2 pm, Tues-Thur.  928-317-9120


·       LD23 Reminder: The Deadline For Getting Your Intent To Run Forms turned in is September 30, 5 pm This form is for those who want to run for a Board position and also for those who want to run for State Committeeman.  Or both. contact Nancy Ordowski or 480-203-5278.



·       The Sun City West Republican Club Victory Picnic is scheduled from 11 am to 3 pm, Oct 1 in Beardsley Park, Sun City West.  The well-known West Valley GOP picnic, started over a decade ago by long-time GOP activist Jan Martinson,  honors all Republican candidates primary election winners.  Lunch will be catered by Texas Road House at a cost of $10 per person, including drinks and dessert. Raffle tickets and door prizes. All winning candidates will be given five minutes to speak. Open to the public. Republicans welcome. Contacts: Darlene Duke 623-640-43, or Jan Martinson 623-546-3753.


·       A Fundraiser Dinner For CD3 Candidate Gabby Saucedo-Mercer is scheduled at 6 pm, Oct 1 at the American Legion Post #19, 2575 S. Virginia Ave.. Yuma. $30 per person. Co-Hosts: LD13 Sen. Don Shooter and LD13 Reps Steve Montenegro and Darin Mitchell.  All beverages must be purchased at the bar.  RSVP/Contact : Paul Jackson 928-580-1697.


·       ACORN Whistleblower Anita MonCrief will join the Arizona chapter of Americans for Prosperity Oct 1 in Tempe and Oct 2 in Tucson to address ‘Lessons from the Left.’

o   Oct 1 – 6:30pm,Four Points by Sheraton, 1333 South Rural Road, Tempe, AZ 85281. RSVP Contact :  Leslie D. White (480) 290-2286 or

o   Oct 2 – 6:30pm, Marriott Tucson University Park, 880 East 2nd Street, Tucson, AZ 85719. RSVP: Contact:  Leslie D. White (480) 290-2286 or



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·        Arizona Saw 19,400 Election Ads In Past 18 Months

·        ACLU Sues Over Arizona 'Revenge Porn' Bill

·        Forest-Officer-Involved-In-Shooting-Near-Payson

·        Error Costing Some Property Owners

·        Report-Calls-Proposed-I-11 Project-Boondoggle

·        New-Raising-Canes-Chicken-Fingers-Is-Hiring




·        GOP Voters Dissatisfied With Party’s Amnesty Stance

·        RIP: David Gage, Former Maricopa County GOP Chair

·        2014 U.S. Senate Races Take Center Stage


·        Tone-Deaf Arizona Democrats Now Rely On Washington, DC Liberals To Shore Up State Campaigns

·        Southern Arizona Republicans Make Blacklist


·        Gilbert, Arizona Named 20th Best Place To Live In The USA

·        Replace A Democrat In The AZ Legislature: Vote Aaron Borders In LD29  .


·       Bike The US For MS Comes To Globe!


·        EJ Montini Likes The Doobie Brothers!


·        Disenfranchisement! Photo ID Required For Entrance To DOJ’s Ferguson Town Hall


·        Krauthammer-To-Obama: Dont-Broadcast-Your-ISIS-Strategy,-For-God’s-Sake

·        Krauthammer:Obama-Threw-Away-The-Victory-In-Iraq


·        You-Actually-Have-A-Revolt-Going-On-With-The-Top-Generals-And-Obama-Video


·        Obama And Congress Engineering Immigrant Invasion


·        Aaron Borders - You Won't Believe This Video!!




·       MCRC_ByLaws


·        Arizona_Republican_Party_Bylaws


·        Dems Have A Lot Of Explaining To Do In November  


·        Report: Governments Building Ebola Detention Camps To Quarantine The Infected: “Community Care Centers”

·        America Could Soon Be Facing The Hell At The Heart Of The Ebola Pandemic In Africa


·        Bikers-Rally-To Free Our Marine


·        U.S. Immigrant Population Hits Record 41.3 Million:  Middle Eastern, Asian, And Caribbean Immigrants Lead Growth

·        Louisiana School System Says Educating Illegal Immigrant Children Will Cost $4.6 Million

·        GOP-Demands-Obama-Release-Immigration-Details-To-The-Public

·        Border Patrol Insider: Security Agencies “Are Anticipating A National Crisis”

·        Ray Stevens Song: Come To The USA

·        Remember 1986

·        AZ Border Defenders     Updated Daily

·        AZborderdefenders  - Hidden Cameras

·        Need2No    Border News Watch  


·        Michael Bloomberg Takes Aim At Gun Control - Misses By A Long Shot


·        Holder: Us-Raised-Airport-Security-Due-To-Khorosan-Threat

·        Justice Dep't Seizes Money From Innocent Citizens


·        Pentagon-To-Deploy-12-A-10s-To-Middle-East

·        The Badass Female Pilot: Who’s About To Drop A Bunch Of Death On ISIS

·        Five More Airstrikes Hit Terrorist Targets In Syria, Iraq

·        You-Actually-Have-A-Revolt-Going-On-With-The-Top-Generals-And-Obama-Video

·        U.S. Weapons For Free Syrian Army Ended Up With ISIS

·        Peter King On ISIS: Be Ready For Attacks On Us Soil

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