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October 10, 2014
· An Invitation Distributed Friday Afternoon Reads “Congressional candidates Andy Tobin (CD1), Martha McSally (CD2) and Wendy Rogers (CD9) invite you to a reception with Speaker John Boehner” …at 5:30 pm, Sat., Oct 18 at an undisclosed location in Paradise Valley, AZ. Roundtable at 4:30 pm. Photo op at 5 pm. Tickets - $7,800 includes roundtable, photo op and reception. $2,600 – photo op and reception. $500 – reception. RSVP Jessica LaBerge at 602-633-2777 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Michelle Hyde at Michelle@thehydeco.com In wee print at the bottom: “Paid for by Arizona Congressional Victory Fund, a joint fundraising committee authorized by and composed of Andy Tobin for Congress, McSally for Congress, Wendyrogers.org and the National Republican Congressional Committee. Arizona Congressional Victory Fund, PO Box 9891, Arlington, VA 22219.” CD3 candidate Gabby Saucedo-Mercer is conspicuously absent from the invitation. So, who left Gabby off the list? And why?? Establishment vs Grassroots? Inquiries resulted in the following responses:
o CD3 MCRC Coordinator Andrew Costanzo: “I just received confirmation from Gabby. Gabby was not asked or invited, she was left out again.”
o MCRC Chairman A.J. LaFaro, “In the ‘paid for by’ section, it says Arizona Congressional Victory Fund out of Arlington VA. The MCRC wasn't aware of or involved in this reception event. If we had been, we would have exhausted ourselves to have Gabby included.”
o AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham: “I am not sure who did the invite or who made the decision to be included. Speaking for the AZ GOP we had no idea until Wendy shared information about the event at a Republican Women’s event in her district. I do not know who the chair is...it is not included on the invite.”
o Arizona’s National Republican Committeewoman Sharon Geise: “I wasn't invited and know nothing about it.”
o Arizona’s National Republican Committeeman Bruce Ash: Neither Sharon , Robert nor I have any connection to the NRCC. The NRCC is a completely different organization from the RNC. We are members of the RNC. The NRCC is run by GOP leadership in the US House (just as the NRSC is the sister organization in the US Senate ).
o LaBerge and Hyde haven’t responded at post time.
· Pinetop-Lakeside JP Honored California Southern University has named Judge David Widmaier the recipient of the 2014 CalSouthern Difference Award. Widmaier is a justice court judge and magistrate in Pinetop-Lakeside, Arizona, first elected to the position in 2000. A graduate of CalSouthern’s Master of Science in Law program (magna cum laude, 2011), he has been re-elected four times and twice named Arizona Judge of the Year (2009, 2012) by the Arizona Justice of the Peace Association.
· Phone Calls For Gabby! Help CD3 Candidate Gabby Saucedo-Mercer reach Republicans who might vote regularly and Independent voters. 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. The calls are made from the comfort of your own home, whenever (within reason) it is convenient for you; 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 email@example.com or call 480 677-0697 to volunteer. Gabby needs your help!
· Gov Jan Brewer - Flags Lowered for National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service: “Every October, America pays tribute to the brave firefighters who gave their lives in the line of duty over the past year. This weekend, our Nation recognizes 107 fallen heroes, whose deaths serve as a solemn reminder of the daily perils and selfless sacrifices of first responders. This year is an especially poignant occasion, as among those 107 men and women are the names of Arizona’s 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots. We are forever grateful to the Yarnell 19, all past and present firefighters, and all first responders, for their noble service. They devote and knowingly risk their lives to defend people and property – and while they do not seek our praise, they have earned it eternally. Let us continue to pray for our fallen firefighters and their families, and for the safety of all who continue to serve in this honorable and heroic position. In commemoration of National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend, I have ordered that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset, Sunday, October 12, 2014. I encourage all Arizonans to join in this tribute.”
· The Arizona Corporation Commission has scheduled a meeting at 10 am, Thur., Oct 16 in the Hearing Room #1, 1200 W Washington St., Phx. Revised Open Meeting Notice.
· Jim Click, Matt Gleason, Jonathan Paton, Mick Rusing, Christine Toretti & Jim Weaver invite you a reception in support of Attorney General Candidate Mark Brnovich between 5:30-7:30 pm, Mon., Oct 20 in the Tucson Country Club, 2650 N Camino Principal, Tucson, AZ 85715. Co-Chair $2,000, Host Committee $1,000, Individual Tickets $250. Business Casual Attire. Contact: Amilyn Pierce at 602-708-8980 or Jess Yescalis at 602-400-5683. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-708-8980To donate, CLICK HERE
· Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett has joined an effort to encourage students across the state to participate in the largest student-driven civics project in the United States this fall. Students will have the opportunity to cast their votes in the My Voice™ National Student Mock Election giving them the opportunity to select their candidates in both federal and state elections, and to talk about the issues they care about this fall and beyond. The National Student Mock Election will take place entirely online, as will student polling on national topics, social issues, education, and local communities. Students, teachers, and parents in Arizona are encouraged to register their schools to take part at www.nationalmockelection.org.
· With less than three weeks before the General Election, Secretary of State Ken Bennett believes it’s necessary to clear up inaccurate information being presented by Secretary of State Candidate Terry Goddard (D) over the past few months. The latest examples occurred during the Clean Elections Debate, hosted by Arizona PBS. During the broadcast, Goddard made two statements that were either terribly ignorant or deliberate misrepresentations of the truth for political gain.“I’m confused where Mr. Goddard came up with amount of $2 million to implement the so-called Dual Track, or bifurcated system of voting in the primary,” said Bennett. Truth is, our counties will spend about $500,000 for both the primary and general elections. This system—one that I’ve repeatedly said is not ideal for election officials—was developed in response to two conflicting directives. One from Arizona’s voters, (Prop. 200) and the U.S. Supreme Court (Arizona v. Inter Tribal Council of Ariz., Inc.) As I’ve publically said before, and I’ll ask Mr. Goddard, which directive should we ignore; Arizona’s voters or the Supreme Court? In addition, I’m troubled by Mr. Goddard’s characterization that students, ‘who have to vote a federal ballot, are treated as second class citizens,’ which is patently false and simply absurd. College students do not have to vote a federal form. Those voting a federal ballot are simply doing so because they haven’t provided proof-of-citizenship to our County Recorders, a requirement approved by voters in 2004. Election officials around the state are committed to treating each voter equally and for Mr. Goddard to assume otherwise is offensive to elections officials statewide. Combined with his conspiratorial accusation of voter suppression when he declared ‘independent voters get only one chance to cast a ballot,’ I question Mr. Goddard’s fundamental understanding of how elections work in Arizona. While I certainly appreciate Mr. Goddard’s compliment about my singing voice during the debate, I would ask he either learn the songs or stop making up the lyrics.” www.azsos.gov (602) 542-4285
· Graham Nudges Duval’s Memory: Fred DuVal, Democrat candidate for governor in Arizona and prominent influence peddler, promised to release the list of his lobbying clients at the Clean Elections debate on Sept 28. It has been 12 days and there has been no sign that he intends to follow through with this critical disclosure. What exactly is Fred DuVal hiding? “Voters are tired of hearing candidates like lobbyist Fred DuVal making promises and then breaking them shortly afterward, and DuVal’s failure to fully disclose what he promised is just adding insult to injury,” said AZGOP Robert Graham. (Statement, Clean Elections Debate, 9/29/14) See list other things that have come to light the past 12 days at azgop.org/blog/
· CD3 Candidate Gabby Saucedo-Mercer needs help to send incumbent Dem Raul Grijalva into retirement. Contribute: www.saucedomercer.com. Contact CD 3 Maricopa County Coordinator Andrew Costanzo email@example.com or 480 677-0697 for volunteer opportunities.
· The Sun City Republican Club will hold their Oct 20 Meeting at 6:30 pm, in the Sundial Center, 14801 N 103rd Ave., Sun City AZ 85351 to hear guest speakers address Propostition 480 – that will create the third largest tax increase in the history of the state. Refreshments will be served.
· REMINDER: Destroying Political Signs is a Class 2 Misdemeanor (ARS 16-1019 –political signs http://www.azleg.gov/ars/16/01019.htm ) 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
· AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham: Fred DuVal, Democrat candidate for governor in Arizona and special interest lobbyist, worked as a “consultant” for Swiss bank UBS in 25 states. In several of those states, including New Jersey, DuVal failed to register as a lobbyist despite state regulations that show he should have. Why is DuVal hiding his lobbying activities? “Democrat candidate Fred DuVal is a lobbyist, plain and simple, and was hired by a Swiss bank to secure bonds in 25 states,” Arizona Republican Party Chairman Robert Graham said. “Yet, for reasons unknown to everyone except Fred DuVal, he refuses to disclose his client list despite public promises to do so. Could it be because he failed to register his lobbying activity in states like New Jersey, despite the fact that it was required? What else could Fred DuVal be hiding?” Fred DuVal’s Lobbying Background:
· “AZGOP Chairman Asks Democrat Nominee For Governor About Lobbying Career,” Arizona Republican Party, 8/27/14)
· , “Many Questions, Too Few Answers About Lobbyist Fred DuVal And His Undisclosed History,” Arizona Republican Party, 8/28/14)
· “Many Questions, Too Few Answers About Lobbyist Fred DuVal And His Undisclosed History,” Arizona Republican Party, 8/28/14)
· In 2005, UBS Credited DuVal For Obtaining Bond Deals With The New Jersey Housing & Mortgage Finance Agency Totaling Nearly $192 Million. (Website, UBS MSRB Filing 2005 Q1
· New Jersey Lobbying Regulations: According To The New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission DuVal Should Have Registered Because He Was Engaged In Governmental Process Lobbying. (Website, New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission, Accessed 10/7/14)
· The Yavapai County Republican Committee 2014 Oktoberfest TNT will be from 5-9 pm, Fri, Oct 17 at The Grill at Stoneridge Golf Course, 1601 N. Bluff Top Dr., Prescott Valley. Speakers: Congressman David Schweikert and Lyle Rapacki from Sentinel Intelligence Services. State Treasurer Candidate Jeff DeWit will be master of ceremonies. Raffle and live auction. Tickets available now. $65 per person Or $130 to sit with a guest speaker. RSVP: (928) 776-4500 Or Oktoberfest-2014 Indicate menu selection of prime rib, salmon, chicken, or vegetarian pasta in remarks.
· Candidates Wishing To Participate In The Oct 25 & 26 Freedom Fest Rally at Westworld’s New 117,000 square foot Tony Nelssen Center North Hall should contact vendor liaison Don Westover 949-690-2042 to register and pay for their table, or event manager Jerry Heikens @ 480-227-4182 or Tony Tanglos at 602-321-4100. Or www.prepperfestexpo.com 8’ tables - $195. 10x10’ booth - $295 (early bird price, normally $395). One candidate per table or booth.
· Dates To Remember:
o October 28: District Meeting at Tri-City Baptist
o October 30: Last Day to Safely Mail Early Ballot
o October 31: Last Day to Nominate for LD Offices
o November 4: Election Day!
o January 10, 2015: Maricopa Co. Republican Committee Organizational Meeting.
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· 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:
· CD2 Candidate Martha McSally: Continuing to connect with the Hispanic community, McSally yesterday sat down with Hispanic leaders and community members for a roundtable discussion focused on improving education and employment opportunities in Southern Arizona. McSally has been active in reaching out to the nearly 200,000 Hispanic residents, including releasing her third Spanish-language ad of the year this week. "You see many candidates take the Hispanic vote for granted without taking the time to connect with Hispanic families. That's a mistake," said Ray Flores, Owner of El Charro Restaurant in Tucson. "It's great to see Martha actively reaching out and asking what our ideas and concerns are - it's a good sign for how she'll lead in Congress." "Martha is taking the time to sit down and listen to our concerns about what's happening," said Nelly Martinez, an education department worker and mother of four. "Hispanics are such an important part of our community and it's clear to me that she is a leader who will represent all people in Southern Arizona." "When you speak to people with your heart and show you care about their concerns, they will vote for you, no matter their party," said Fernando Gonzalez. "That's what I see Martha doing and it's very refreshing.". In addition to last night's roundtable with Hispanic community members, McSally has held a higher education roundtable to discuss solutions to the issue of rising education costs and two small business roundtables to discuss how Washington's policies are impacting Southern Arizona business owners. McSally is an independent voice committed to fighting for equal treatment of women and more opportunity for the middle class. She has been active in defending critical job-creators like Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and Fort Huachuca. A 26-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force, McSally was the first woman to fly in combat and command a fighter squadron in U.S. history.
· Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Ducey: It's been a big week on the campaign trail - Four tour stops to rally volunteers on Saturday, More than seven endorsements this week, One listening session with educators, tele-townhall with Congressman Matt Salmon and Two new coalitions. Saturday started at a park in Phoenix, stopped by a volunteer phone bank at Ducey HQ, on to a barbecue in Glendale and the GOP Victory Office in Sun City. Monday, we had a listening session with educators and principals from public district and public charter schools. Jennifer Hill, one the educators who participated in the session said, “Doug showed a true commitment to public education today. The fact that he took the time to not just hear about public education, but to actually listen to teachers and administrators' experiences in the classroom, and ask questions about how he can better support us shows that he recognizes the importance of those in the classroom, and in the schools doing the most important work.” Tuesday night we hosted a tele-townhall with Congressman Matt Salmon that had thousands of people on the call. We heard questions from Arizonans across the state and talked about my plans to kick-start our economy and improve K-12 education among other topics. Ducey rolled out two more coalitions this week, Democrats for Ducey and Women for Ducey. Democrats for Ducey is co-chaired by Stan Abrams, president of The Stanley Group and Pat Quinn, retired president of Qwest AZ. Women for Ducey is co-chaired by Cindy McCain, a businesswoman and philanthropist; Sharon Harper, CEO of the Plaza Companies; Lea Marquez-Peterson, a business leader in Southern Arizona; and Sharon Lechter, author and founder and CEO of Pay Your Family First. Early voting has just begun, and the next few weeks are critical. Don't delay in telling your friends and family to vote Doug Ducey for Governor.
· LD28 House Candidate Shawnna Bolick: Incumbent Eric Meyer and I disagree on pensions for politicians: he likes them, I don’t. To meet our obligations to current retirees and public employees, we must reform the system, or impose huge tax burdens. In 2013, the Legislature took a the first step toward reform, passing HB 2608, which put an end to the costly and extravagant defined contribution plan for future elected officials and replaced it with a less expensive 401(k)-style defined-contribution plan. The reform passed and was signed into law. Rep Phil Lovas said during a floor speech: “This public pension plan is the most lucrative lifetime benefit in the State of Arizona. Because it is so lucrative it is unsustainable in the long-term... This bill ensures the solvency of the plan for elected officials in the system, it modernizes it for new members, and it provides financial relief for cities and counties. Meyer voted no. I would have voted yes. I believe elected officials should make an example of themselves as a first step to curbing unsustainable costs. Meyer wanted to keep his pension. I applaud officials that worked to pass HB 2608. The pension plan for elected officials is in more trouble than any other in the state—58 percent of its liabilities are funded. If revenues fall short of obligations, taxpayers will be forced to pick up the tab. Under the old pension plan—that Meyer continues to have—taxpayers contribute 39 percent of each elected official’s salary. Under the new plan for officials elected this year, that contribution will drop to 6 percent. Very few LD 28 residents receive such gold-plated benefits. Fiscal responsibility begins at home. I will look to find efficiencies—and to make sure we have the resources to fund the commitments. Meyer supports taxpayer-sponsored spending sprees. Isn’t it time to elect someone who will lead on pension reform and fiscal responsibility, not obstruct it?
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
· The AZGOP Super Saturday Statewide GOTV effort is scheduled Oct 11 effort with the goal of reaching 300,000 voters in one day. Walk neighborhoods and/or call voters from a Victory Office or from home. AZGOP can provide walk books, call books and candidate slate cards. Contact: Kathy Hedges at SuperSaturday@azgop.org or visit www.AZGOP.org/super-saturday
· Arizona Citizens Defense League (AzCDL) Is Raffling Three sound suppressed pistol packages (Ruger 22/45.22 caliber pistol with threaded barrel) at it’s annual meeting scheduled Oct 11 in Phoenix. AzCDL will pay the $200 Federal Transfer Tax required for suppressor ownership, for qualified winners. Only 900 tickets have been printed and each ticket represents 3 chances to win. Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased at gun shows and other events where AzCDL has a table. Tickets may also be purchased at AzCDL’s online store (scroll near the bottom).
· LD19 Volunteer Neighborhood Walkers will meet at 8:30 am, Sat., Oct 11 at the KFC, 13006 W Indian School Road, Avondale (NE corner W Indian School/NH Dysart Roads) to organize their 9 am walk in the Palmbrook Precinct in Avondale for LD19 Senate candidate Joe Hobbs email@example.com and other Republican candidates. Contact LD 19 Chairman, Cherie Scott firstname.lastname@example.org.
· A Precinct Walk And Get Out The Vote for CD 3 Congressional Candidate Gabby Saucedo Mercer, and LD 4 Candidates Dr. Connie Uribe (AZ Senate) and Richard Hopkins (AZ House) is scheduled between 9 am-noon, Sat., Oct 11. Volunteers will meet at 8:30 am at the Walgreens at 25073 W Southern Ave. Buckeye, AZ 85326 (SE Corner of Southern/ Miller Rd). They will target Buckeye, Hopeville and Valencia Precincts. If you have never done this before, they will team you with someone who has. Contact Andrew Costanzo, 480 677-0697 or email@example.com.
· The Ninth Annual Arizona Citizens Defense League’s meeting will be held from Noon to 4 pm, Oct 11 at the Sheraton Crescent in Phoenix to hear Rev. Kenn Blanchard, author of Black Man With A Gun Seating will begin at 11 am. Open carrying of holstered firearms is appreciated. Tickets at online store for $20 each. Life members - contact firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets. Ticket deadline – Sept 27. No tickets at the door.
· Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Ducey will be featured from 5-7 pm, Sat., Oct 11 at the Red Mountain Multigenerational Center (Mesquite Room), 7550 E. Adobe St., Mesa, AZ 85207. Highlights: Renowned Trumpeter Jesse McGuire, Mayor John Giles and Vice Mayor Chris Glover. Limited space. RSVP to Jeanie at (480) 433-8312 or Jeanie@forabetteraz.onmicrosoft.com
· Alan Korwin’s “The Cartridge Family’ will perform at the Oct 11 AzCDL Annual Banquet. The annual mtg doors open at 11 am.
· The Paradise Republican Women’s Club will meet at 11 am, Sat., Oct 11 at Gainey Ranch Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85258. 10:30 social, noon – lunch. Speakers: Western Regional Coordinator - Heritage Action for America Trevor Laky, Libre Initiative Arizona Carlos Alfaro, and Former State Rep Jonathan Paton on November's Ballot Propositions. Paid reservations required. Click here for online payment - October Lunch. Checks payable PRWC with menu choice by October 8th. Mail to: Paradise Republican Women, PO Box 14425, Scottsdale AZ 85267. www.prwc.org
Mark Walters of Armed American Radio will be broadcasting from Alan Korwin’s office for three hours on Oct 12. Details here http://armedamericanradio.org/
· The Yavapai Republican Men's Forum meets at 11:30 am, Oct 13, at the Hotel St. Michael Ballroom, 205 W. Gurley St., Prescott. $18 per lunch. RSVP: Bob Luzius (928) 717-2551 or email@example.com Reservations deadline noon, Thur., Oct 9.
· The Highway 69 Republicans meet at 5 pm for social hour, followed by a 6 pm meeting on Oct 13 at the Puerta Vallarta Restaurant, 11901 E. Hwy 69, Dewey, AZ (Rear Dining Area). Order from Menu. RSVP with June (928) 632-4661.
· Arizona Project Will Be Discussing Constitutional issues at the 6:30 pm, Mon., Oct 13 meeting at 33.75 E Shea Blvd., Phx. Chairman Ron Ludders 602-677-1496.
· LD13 Chairman Robert Branch has announced that Congressman Paul Gosar will address the Oct 14 meeting scheduled at 7 pm at the 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). Registration opens at 6:30 pm. The November mandatory organization meeting will also be a topic of discussion, along with election of officers and state committeeman. Branch said this is a fundraising meeting for the LD. Members are are asked to donate $20 to the LD. Contact Chr Robert Branch 602-334-6519 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The AZGOP Has Asked Arizona Republican Lawyers Association (AzRLA) to provide Nov 4 Election Day Operations. Attorney volunteers are needed throughout the state to ensure the vote is properly administered. AzRLA will provide a training seminar for attorneys between 4:30-6 pm, Tues, Oct 14 at Snell and Wilmer, 400 E. Van Buren Street, Suite 1900. Parking available at the garage on 5th Street and Fillmore. Reimbursements for costs available for attorneys who volunteer to travel to other counties, AzRLA members are urged to volunteer for this very important task.
· The Yavapai County Republicans Executive Committee meets at 5:30 pm, at Republican Headquarters, 112B E. Union St., Prescott, AZ.
· The LD 11 Clean Elections Debate in support of Sen candidate Steve Smith and House candidates Vince Leach and Mark Finchem will begin at 6 pm, Tues., Oct 15 at Pima Community College, NW Campus, 7600 N. Shannon Rd., Tucson.
· The Western Pinal Republican Club will meet at 5:30 pm, Oct 15 at Eva’s Fine Mexican Food, 2033 North Pinal Ave., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 to hear a debate between Cases Grande High School Board candidates Michael Voelker, Tony Salcido, Mark Maurer and Wes Mitchell. Dr. Shannon Goodsell will address the issue of an override. $10 admission fee.
· The Verde Valley Republican Women meet at 11 am at the Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa, 2250 W. Hwy 89A, Sedona. $17 per person. RSVP: Erna (928) 284-4248 or email@example.com
· Congressman Matt Salmon Will Participate In A Youth Town Hall hosted by the Young Americans for Liberty chapter at 2 pm, Oct 15 Glendale Community College Student Union, 6000 W Olive., Glendale. It is free and open to the public, and Q&A will follow his presentation.
· Trevor Loudon, New Zealand Author And Political Researcher, will speak to the Grassroots Tea Party at 6:30 pm, Wed., Oct 15 at the Brand New Church, 1827 W Grovers Ave., Phx (19th Ave/Grovers) . Loudon is the author of “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress”
· Palo Verde Republican Women will meet for lunch Oct 15 at the Grayhawk Golf Club, 8620 E. Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale. Lunch $25. Social 11am, Program/Lunch 11:30 am. Invited speakers are Rep. David Schweikert (Prop.122), Christina Sandefur, Goldwater Institute, (Prop. 303), and Peg Cottle on Fisher House. Candidate for Attorney General Mark Brnovich will auction off original art painted by Matt Cottle. Proceeds go to Fisher House. RSVP contact Edith Stock: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 480-298-7818.
· A Meet And Greet For Scottsdale City Council candidate Kathy Littlefield is scheduled between 6-8 pm, Wed., Oct 15 at the house of Linda Longazel, 9270 E Thompson Peak Parkway #366, D C Ranch Country Club Estates, Scottsdale. Cold beverages and light snacks will be served. RSVP to 480-585-2345 602-550-1648.
· Northwest Conservatives Hosts A “Review Of The 2014 Ballot Propositions” By Former AZ State Sens Frank Antenori & Jonathan Paton at 6 pm, Oct 16 in the Oro Valley Library, 1305 W Naranja Dr., Oro Valley. Amphi School Board candidates Scott Leska and Mick Stewart will address the Prop 418 Amphi Budget Override 6. Contact Sherese Steffens at email@example.com
· A Reception For Attorney General Candidate Mark Brnovich is scheduled at 5:30 pm, Thur., Oct 16 at the home of Home of Karen and Bob Hobbs, Sr., 6250 North Hogahn Drive, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253. Co-hosted by Michael Bidwill, Leigh & Jack Biltis, Vicki & Jim Click, Eric Crown, Lynn & Jack Londen, Randy & Ken Kendrick, Norman McClelland and Christine Toretti. Co-Chair $2,000 • Host Committee $1,000 • Individual Tickets $250. Business/Business Casual Attire. Complimentary Valet Parking Required. contact Jess Yescalis at 602-400-5683 or Amilyn Pierce at 602-708-8980. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-708-8980.
· If I Were The Devil Paul Harvey 1965
· AFP-CC-President-Recognizes-Outstanding-Service Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Known As America’s Toughest Sheriff, With Two Awards
· Are 6 Roping Arenas Enough? Wickenburg Is Fast Living Up To Its Reputation As The “Team Roping Capital Of The World.”
· Mohave County Prepared For Ebola Outbreak Supervisor Buster Johnson
· Dark And Darker Greg Patterson
· Fact Check Quiz....See How You Do Greg Patterson
· Fred-DuVals-Dark-Lobbying-History Fred DuVal’s Lobbying Career Ties Him To Anti-Israel Group, African Diamond Industry. Duval Was Senior Manager At Firm With Questionable Lobbying Clients
· Gusse Violated Ethics Code Farrell Not In Violation; Warning Given To Gusse
· Reagan-Good Idea; Move-Primary-To-June Robert Robb
· Fred Duval And His FriendsHis Choice Of “Acquaintances” Speak To The Core Of The Man
· Six Arizona Counties Say NO To Mexican Wolves. Cochise Gila, Apache, Navajo, Greenlee, And Graham Counties.
· Map Of Outbreaks: Outbreaks.Globalincidentmap.Com/
ARIZONA FREEDOM ALLIANCE
· AZGOP financial reports filed/AZ Sec of State azsos.gov/cfs/FilerDetail
· FEC filing fec.gov/r/CandidateCommitteeDetail/
· RNC Chairman Reince Priebus On President Obama’s post-election plan to close the Guantanamo Bay prison and move terrorists to America by unilateral executive action: “Once again, President Obama is trying to go around the Constitution and around Congress to force his liberal agenda on the American people.” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “His actions threaten our national security. ISIS is terrorizing the Middle East, beheading Americans, and plotting ways to kill us and destroy our way of life. Suddenly, the stability of North Korea is in question with the disappearance of dictator Kim Jong Un. Americans are worried about our security, the world seems to be in chaos, yet President Obama has chosen this precise time to import known terrorists into the United States. When the president should have been working on a strategy to destroy ISIS, it seems he was actually working on a strategy to move the world’s deadliest terrorists from Guantanamo to our cities and neighborhoods. Even a dyed-in-the-wool liberal should recognize this is the worst time for President Obama to try to keep a promise he made to his political base six years ago.”
MARINE SGT. ANDREW TAHMOORESSI (Jailed In MX)
· The Racism Of Open Borders Hope and Change of Obama and his felonious co-conspirators is based on separating groups along racial lines, pitting one group against another, stirring up racial hatred in the hope of fomenting violence, dividing and conquering
· AZ Border Defenders Updated Daily
· Need2NoBorder News Watch
· Choking The Life Out Of The Firearms Industry By CCRKBA --Gun Control - Second Amendment Across the country, businesses in the extremely high regulated firearms industry are receiving letters from banks who simply refuse to continue their business partnership
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