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October 13, 2014
· Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman was unanimously elected by his colleagues as incoming president of the County Supervisors Association (CSA) at the October 10, 2014, meeting of the CSA Board of Directors. “This is a remarkable honor,” Hickman said. “I am grateful for the opportunity to represent my fellow supervisors in this vital statewide organization and I look forward to working on behalf of counties throughout the state as the legislature begins its new session in January.” As president-elect, Supervisor Clint Hickman will serve on CSA’s 2014-2015 Executive Committee, helping to develop plans and implement strategies for strengthening Arizona counties in state and federal policymaking. He will serve alongside outgoing CSA President and Graham County Supervisor Jim Palmer, First Vice President and Coconino County Supervisor Mandy Metzger, Second Vice President and Gila County Supervisor Tommie Cline Martin, Third Vice President and Pinal County Supervisor Anthony Smith, and Immediate Past President and Yuma County Supervisor Lenore Stuart. The official transition and passing of the gavel from Supervisor Jim Palmer to Supervisor Hickman will take place on Nov 20 at the CSA headquarters in Phoenix. CSA is a non-partisan, research and advocacy organization representing the 61 county supervisors leading Arizona’s 15 counties. For more than 30 years, CSA has served as a forum for county leaders to address important issues facing local constituents and develop a proactive state and federal policy agenda. Hickman is a Maricopa County LD13 PC.
· LD28 Candidate Shawnna Bolick: With the help of supporters and well-placed video cameras across Legislative District 28, our campaign team nabbed its first sign stealer. A Phoenix man was served with a summons last night from stealing several dozen political signs over the course of a 12-day period from a private property. Video cameras had been deployed due to an exceptionally high number of stolen signs, especially from private lawns. In Arizona, it’s a crime to steal signs (ARS 16-1019 – political signs) if caught and prosecuted. “I am absolutely appalled and shocked that some people have so little regard for private property and freedom of speech,” stated Bolick. “Our campaign intends to identify and prosecute those who commit these types of crimes. With the help of our friends, this individual will be going to court and paying a fine due to his repeated actions.” - Contact: email@example.com, or cell 602-842-1912. www.BolickforArizona.com.
· CD3 Candidate Gabby Saucedo-Mercer needs volunteers and contributions to enable her to retired incumbent Raul Grijalva (D). There are more Democrats than Republicans in CD 3, so she must draw Independent votes as well as garner all Republican votes in the district, according to coordinator Andrew Costanzo. In addition to visiting them, her campaign crew is now contacting them by phone. Contribute at: www.saucedomercer.com. Volunteers can reach MCRC’s CD3 campaign coordinator Andrew Costanzo at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 480-677-0697.
· Buckeye Precinct Walk and Get Out The Vote - Walk with CD 3 Congressional Candidate Gabby Saucedo Mercer as we secure the vote for Gabby, LD 4 Candidates Dr. Connie Uribe (AZ Senate), Richard Hopkins (AZ House) and SD 5 Candidate Mark Riddles, Saturday, Oct 18. Volunteers will meet at 8:30 am and walk from 9 to 12. Meet at the Walgreens located at 25073 W Southern Ave. Buckeye, AZ 85326 (SE Corner of Southern and Miller Rd). With enough help we will finish Hopeville and Valencia Precincts; the weather will be cooler, so please join us. Don't worry if you have never done this before, we will team you with someone who has. Contact Andrew Costanzo, 480 677-0697 or email@example.com.
· The LD 27 Republican Candidate Forum featuring all six LD 27 candidates is scheduled between 6:30-8:30 pm, Wed., Oct 15 at the Roosevelt School District Wellness Center, 1030 E. Baseline Road, Phoenix, AZ 85042. Candidates Catherine Miranda, Natalie Taswell, Reginald Bolding, Myron Jackson Sr. Rebecca Rios and Jose Tello have been invited. Questions for the candidates may be emailed to the Forum Committee Chairman Tommie Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
· The Paradise Republican Women are calling for volunteers to help get out the vote and make phone calls for candidates. Volunteers can work from the office between 10am-5 pm, Mon-Sat at 7047 E Greenway Parkway #250, Scottsdale AZ 85254 or your home. Join them in stuffing door packets between 6-8 pm, Thur., Oct 16. Snacks and drinks served. Contact: Chr Lori Urban 480-221-9633
or firstname.lastname@example.org to join us! This is a great way to earn some volunteer hours for club rewards and spend some time with other members - all while we make a difference to our candidates!
· Congresswoman Ann Wagner is coming to Phoenix for a Women’s Breakfast for CD1 candidate Andy Tobin, CD2 candidate Martha McSally and CD9 candidate Wendy Rogers between 8:30-10 am, Wed., Oct 15 at 6242 E Cortez Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85254. Host Committee consists of Debbie Cheatham, Gordon and Lisa James, Trisha Anthony, Kelly Hart, Kari and Donny King, Cheryl Glovitz, Kim and Dean Owens, and Lynn Londen. Photo op $150 per person. Breakfast $75 per person. RSVP to Jessica LaBerge & Michelle Hyder at 602-633-2-777 or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Invitations were distributed by The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) ‘Arizona Victory Fund’ of Arlington, VA.
· CD9 Candidate Wendy Roger and Congressman Ann Wagner share the bond of having sons who are military officers.
· Nationally Syndicated Columnist Mychal Massie is traveling to Scottsdale to spend two days with Dr Lyle Rapacki, who has agreed to arrange for Massie to speak to large groups while he is in town – Oct 20 and 21. Any conservative group wishing to feature Massie at a large gathering should contact Rapacki at email@example.com Massie has appeared on FOX News and Hannity, publishes the Daily Rant, and has been a pastor.
· The Coconino County Republican Committee Victory Office in Flagstaff is open from noon to 7pm Monday through Saturday. It's located on Woodlands Village Boulevard, next door to the Staples Office Supply store and across from Basha's super market. I'm proud to announce that in the past several weeks we have successfully placed 7,000 flyers on the doors of Republicans and Independents pulling Republican ballots in 26 Flagstaff precincts. We have designed and printed door hangers that look like sample ballots and list our local City Council Candidates, our LD-6 Representatives Brenda Barton and Bob Thorpe, and LD-6 State Senate candidate Sylvia Allen, and our CD-1 Congressional candidate, Andy Tobin, along with the rest of our State Slate. We have placed a large number of candidate signs in the Flagstaff area, and have already sent out two of four planned candidate slate mailings. We have also co-sponsored a local candidates debate and soon we will be placing get out the vote calls to those who have not yet voted their ballots, and those who will be voting at the polls. - Joy Iris Staveley, Chairman Coconino County Republican Committee
· Nationally Syndicated Columnist Mychal Massie will speak to the Liberty Amendment Dinner on Sat., Oct 18 at the Hilton El Conqustador, 10000 N Oracle Road., Tucson.
See the 2014 Ballot Measures at general/ballotmeasures
· All Newly Elected Maricopa County Precinct Committeemen (PCs) should be receiving their Certificates of Election in the mail within the next few days. PCs from the past term (elected or appointed) who did not run for re-election in the primary election are no longer PC's. The only current PCs the Legislative Districts (LDs) and MCRC have are the ones elected in the August 26 Primary, according to MCRC Chairman A J LaFaro. All current LD Executive Officers retain their office until the LD organizational meetings in November/ December when the new elections are conducted. – MCRC Chairman A J LaFaro
· AZGOP Victory Offices Where You Can Pick Up Signs, Literature, Etc.
o AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N 24th St., Phoenix.
o Casa Grande, 111 W Florence Blvd.
o East Valley, 1600 W Chandler Blvd., Suite 150, Chandler
o Flagstaff, 2625 S Woodlands Village Blvd., Flagstaff.
o Globe, 424 Broad Street
o Oro Valley, 1171 N Rancho Vistoso Blvd, #103. 605-321-6224
o Payson, 719 S Beeline Rd., Payson
o Prescott , 112 Union St., Prescott
o Sun City, 10050 W Bell Rd., Ste. 26, Sun City
o Tucson, 1740 E Fort Lowell, Ste. 120, Tucson
o Tucson, 5447 E 5th St., Tucson.
· 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
· 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!
January 10, 2015: Maricopa Co. Republican Committee Organizational Meeting
· Call The White House (202) 456-1111 , and your Senators or Representatives. Let them know how you feel about the amnestry, Sharia Law, ObamaCare, Gun Control or anything else that’s on your mind.
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WHAT CANDIDATES ARE SAYING:
· CD2 Candidate Martha McSally has released a new ad, "Committed," featuring the endorsements of Southern Arizona seniors who trust McSally to fight for their retirement benefits. McSally has shown a commitment to protecting Social Security and Medicare for current seniors and preserving them for her generation and the next, even opposing her own party's budget proposal because it does not protect promises made to seniors. "Seniors know that in this race, there's only one candidate who's shown an unwavering commitment to protecting their benefits, and that's Martha," said McSally Campaign Spokesman Patrick Ptak. "Unlike Ron Barber, who has repeatedly voted to rob Medicare to pay for Obamacare and even praised cuts to Medicare, Martha will stand up for the voices of Southern Arizona seniors. She believes promises made should be promises kept, and that's why seniors from both parties are getting behind her." McSally's new ad features Democrats and Republicans supporting her as the best candidate to defend seniors' retirement benefits. In July, McSally wrote an op-ed on the need to come together to find bipartisan solutions that will protect retirement benefits and preserve them for the next generation. Ron Barber, on the other hand, has repeatedly voted to cut Medicare and lauded cuts to Medicare in a 2012 debate, calling them "over-payments." Barber voted against repealing cuts to Medicare contained in Obamacare (Roll Call #460, 7/11/2012, Roll Call #154, 5/16/2013).
· CD9 Candidate Wendy Rogers: Congresswoman Ann Wagner (R-MO) visits Phoenix this coming Wednesday to help our campaign. Please join us this Wednesday for breakfast with Ann Wagner. Ann is nationally renowned for her strong pro-market and national security credentials. She has been a great friend and mentor to me. Her son is a West Point graduate and is currently serving as an Army officer. She and I share deep bonds, having sons who were military officers. Please click here to RSVP so our team can contact you with further details.
· CD1 Candidate Andy Tobin: Republicans are paying attention to our race out here in rural Arizona. They know that we have one of the top chances in the entire country to add a seat to the majority. We’ve got just 22 days left. I’m not stopping now, and neither can you if we want to defeat Ann Kirkpatrick.Please chip in whatever you can to help make sure we win in November. Message from Congressman Paul Ryan: Democrats in Washington are growing really nervous. They’re seeing the polls. Even more importantly, they’re seeing the great candidates we have running across the country. Andy Tobin is one of those candidates. We have just 23 days left until voters head to the polls. That’s why your contribution will help Andy Tobin fight back against Democrats' attacks on his campaign. Nancy Pelosi sees Andy Tobin for who he is - a conservative candidate who will fight for lower taxes, limited government, and a balanced budget. That’s why she and her allies have committed millions of dollars to smear his name and keep Ann Kirkpatrick in Congress. Andy is fighting back, but he needs your help. We can’t let the conservative message get drowned out in Arizona. That’s why whatever gift you give today to Andrhy’s campaign is essential to making sure we turn this seat red. I’m looking forward to working with Andy when gets to Congress. Let’s help him get there.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
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 asked to donate $20 to the LD. Contact Chr Robert Branch 602-334-6519 email@example.com
· LD27 (2nd Tues) 6:30 pm dinner, 7 pm mtg, Jumbo Buffet, NE corner - 35th Ave & Southern. Dinner not required. Chr Andrew Costanzo, firstname.lastname@example.org.
· LD28 (2nd Tues) 7 pm. Madison School District Office, 5601 N. 16th St, Phx. Chr Scott O’Connor Scott@pvhacienda.com cell (602) 469-3850.
· CD2 Candidates Martha McSally (R) and incumbent Ron Barber (D) will debate from 6-7 pm, Tues., Oct 14 in the Buena High School Auditorium, 5225 E Buena School Blvd., Sierra Vista, AZ 85635. McSally fans are asked to wear red. Doors open at 5 pm. Arrive early for good seating. To volunteer to help with debate preparations send a note to email@example.com or call (520) 488-4610.
· Arizona Republican Lawyers Association (AzRLA) training seminar (for attorneys overseeing the general election balloting) 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 Arizona Republic and 12 News will host a Gilbert School District Governing Board Candidate Debate at 7:30 pm, Wed., Oct 15 in the Gilbert High School Auditorium, 1101 E Elliot Road, Gilbert, AZ 85234. Moderator: Brahm Resnick to moderator.
· 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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: email@example.com 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.
LD16 (3rd Thur) 6:30 social. Liberty Arts Academy, 3015 S. Power Rd, Mesa, AZ 85212. Contact Kay Reardon at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Chr Jerry Clingman Cell 480-861-4958 Home 480-986-5236 email@example.com http://www.ld16gop@us
· LD24 (3rd Thru) 7 pm, AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St., Phx. Chr Brian Kaufman 480-442-2424 bkaufx@gmail,com
· LD 25 (3rd Thur) 7 pm. Community Rooms of the City of Mesa Utilities Building (640 N. Mesa Dr.) Chr Paul Whetten 480-392-9192 firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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.
· 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.
· Justice of the Peace Candidate Malba Alvarez and Constable candidate David Lara are hosting a Meet The Candidates Coffee between 5-8 pm, Thur., Oct 16 at the Main Street Café, 214 E Main St., Somerton, AZ.
· The Colorado River Tea Party meets at noon, Thur., Oct 16 in the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95, Yuma. www.coloradoriverteaparty.org
The Yavapai County Republicans Annual Oct 17 Oktoberfest TNT Fundraiser will be held at The Grill at Stoneridge Golf Course, 1601 N. Bluff Top Dr., Prescott Valley, AZ 86314. Cocktails – 5 pm. Dinner/program 6-9 pm. Speakers: Congressman David Schweikert and Dr. Lyle J. Rapacki of Sentinel Intelligence Services. $65 per person or $130 per couple to sit with one of the guest speakers. State Treasurer Candidate Jeff DeWit will be master of ceremonies. Raffle and live auction. Tickets available now. RSVP at (928) 776-4500 or go online to Oktoberfest. Be sure and state the names of your guests and if you want to sit with a guest, mention his name in the Comments section. If you have anything to donate to the fundraising auction, contact the Yavapai office by Fri, Oct 10 at www.yavgop.org
· The Pima GOP Unity Rally is scheduled from 5:30-8:30 pm, Oct 17. Bring a chair or blanket for seating. Free refreshments, entertainment. Kids welcome. Udall Park Amphitheater, 7200 E Tanque Verde Rd, SE Corner Tanque Verde/Sabina Canyon.
· The NRA Women Summit will be held Oct 17-19 in Middleburg, VA. Panelist include Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, Tennessee Rep Marsha Blackburn, organizer of the conservative "War On Women" campaign Carly Fiorina, co-host of CNN's Crossfire S.E. Cupp, journalist and on-air host Dana Loesch, and, TownHall.com blogger and author Katie Palvich, among others. Contact: Addie Crimmins at 703-267-1580 or acrimmins@NRAHQ.org for reservation.
Congressman Paul Gosar will speak at 9 am, Oct 17 at the Community Job Fair scheduled at the Mohave Community College, 3400 Hwy 95, Rm 600 in Bullhead City. The fair runs from 9 am until noon. Contact Cristy Crow at 928-763-1145 or email@example.com
· A Fundraiser For Constable Candidate David Lara and Justice of the Peace Candidate Malba Alvarez is scheduled between 5-8 pm, Fri., Oct 17 at San Luis Sports Bar at the Plaza Riedel. $15 donation.
· The Crossroads of the West Gun Show is scheduled from 9 am-5 pm, Oct 18- and from 9am-4 pm, Oct 19 in the Glendale Arena. Free parking.
· Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association one-day gun show is scheduled Oct 18 at the Ben Avery Shooting Range.
The Fountain Hills Republican Club will meet at 9 am, Sat., Oct 18 in the FH Community Center, 13001 N. La Montana Drive, to hear AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham. Doors open at 8:30 am. Contact: Nancy Ordowski firstname.lastname@example.org
The First Annual Liberty Amendment ‘States United Balanced Budget Initiative Arizona’ symposium is scheduled between 10am-4 pm, Sat., Oct 18 at the Hilton El Conqustador, 10000 N Oracle Road., Tucson. Reception – 4:30. Dinner – 6 pm. Master of Ceremonies – James T. Harris. Evening speakers include national columnist Mychal Massie and Dr. Jake Jacobs. Others speakers include Congressmen David Schweikert and Paul Gosar, Constitutionalist Shane Krauser, Tucson Liberty Watch Host Charles Heller, Educator Jeff Utsch, AZ Reps Steve Smith and Bob Thorpe, Attorney General Tom Horne, Attorney Nick Dranias, CA Assemblyman Tim Donnelly, former Graham county Sheriff Richard Mack, Author Dr Elroy, Mike Gibbs – Center for Self Governance, and Author Shawn Cassidy. States United Balanced Budget Initiative Arizona (SUBBIAZ) & Compact for America RSVP: www.compactforAmerica.org
· The Sonoita-Elgin Tea Party has scheduled its second annual Liberty Dinner at 5 pm, Sat., Oct 18 at the Hotel Hilton Conquistador, 10,000 N. Oracle Road, Tucson. Guest of Honor: Dorothy Woods, widow of Navy Seal Ty Woods – who perish during the attack in Benghazi. Tickets: libertydinner2014.eventbrite.com Contact: LibertyDinner@gmail.com or 520-977-7946
· Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio will speak at 11:30 am., Mon, Oct 20 at a fundraiser for LD4 Senate candidate Constance Uribe at the Shilo Inn, 1550 Castle Dome.
· The College Republicans At Embry Riddle in Prescott will be hosting Town Hall for Congressman Paul Gosar at 6 pm, Oct 20 in the Student Union - Lower Hangar on campus at Embry-Riddle (3700 Willow Creek Road Prescott). Contact: Joey Cilano, President - College Republicans at ERAU and Vice-President - Yavapai County Young Republicans.
· 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.
· 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 email@example.com or 602-708-8980To donate, CLICK HERE
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