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Briefs Editor Frosty Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Master John Strasser
October 23, 2014
· Join Gov. Mitt Romney with CD1 Candidate Andy Tobin and CD2 Candidate Martha McSally for a rally to help Get out the Vote at 9:45 am, Fri., Oct 24 at the Continental Ranch Community Center, 8881 N Coachline Blvd., Marana, AZ. Doors open at 9:30 am.
· A Reception For CD2 Candidate Martha McSally and CD1 Candidate Andy Tobin with special guest Mitt Romney at an 8:30 am breakfast, Fri., Oct 24 at the home of the Gleason’s, Tucson Country Club. RSVP: Teresa 623-498-7999 or email@example.com Event Attendee: $1000 Suggested Contribution www.andytobin.com www.mcsallyforcongress.com
· A Group Has Organized In PebbleCreek In Goodyear in opposition of proposed bonds, including Prop 480 and the Litchfield, Goodyear and Buckeye school bond issues that they believe cause undue and unnecessary property tax increases on resident. Contact: Molly Kasparek (firstname.lastname@example.org )
· Do You Need Any More Evidence, Terry? Arizona Senator Michele Reagan and Candidate for Arizona Secretary of State agrees with A. J. LaFaro, Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee, that "ballot harvesting" is laughable and creates the opportunity for fraud.
Watch the WMV Security Surveillance Video Recorded On August 25, 2014, at Maricopa County Elections MCTEC Facility surveillance video As of this afternoon, this video had been viewed 370,000 times. See full story as MCRC Chairman gives a detail account of what he witnessed. http://archives.mcrcbriefs.org/10-16-14
· The Goldwater Institute 2014 Dinner is scheduled at 6:30 Pm, Fri., Oct 24 at the Arizona Biltmore Hotel. Speakers: Humorist P.J. O’Rourke And Sen Tom Coburn. Tickets- $150. Table sponsorships start at $5,000. Register Now
· The Northwest Conservatives are participating in Operation Care Package 2014 – sending care packages to our troops in the forward units of Afghanistan. Our troops live in tents without running water and many things that we take for granted in our daily lives. OCP provides personal hygiene items to the troops during the holiday season. Cash donations are also accepted to offset the shipping costs. www.nwconservatives.com
· Former Arizona Legislator Frank Antenori is hosting his own radio show from 10 am until noon on Fridays at 1210 AM – stream live www.powertalk1210.com
· LD1 Has Scheduled Its Organizational Election for Thurs., Nov 17 at the NorthGate Church, 23835 N. 7th St., Phx. Registration opens at 6 pm. Mtg at 7 pm. Contact Chr Cathy Schwanke SchwankeLD1@gmail.com
· Brown Bag Lunch Series Is Phone Banking at noon Thurs Oct 23 and Oct 30 at the Green Valley Republican Headquarters, Green Valley Village, Suite 70, 101 S. La Canada, Green Valley.
· Congressman Paul Gosar will address the 7 pm, Dec 8 LD1 meeting at the NorthGate Church, 23835 N. 7th St., Phx. Contact Chr Cathy Schwanke SchwankeLD1@gmail.com
· Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller will address the Pima County Republicans at 11:30 am., Tues., Oct 28 at the Sabbar Shrine Temple, 450 S. Tucson Blvd. Tucson. Lunch $11.
· Goldwater Institute’s Policy Day ‘Advancing Freedom Across America’ is scheduled between 8 am to 2:30 pm, Fri., Oct 24 at Goldwater Institute Headquarters, 500 E Coronado Rod, Phx. Speakers include President & CEO Darcy Olsen, and Institute Vice President of Litigation Clint Bolick and Americans for Tax Reform founder Grover Norquist. Limited seated. No admission. Lunch will be served. Reservations required with Ric Blazquez at email@example.com or by calling (602) 633-8991
· Don’t Forget To Sign Your Mail In Ballots Envelope. Did you know that over 5,000 ballots in the primary weren't counted because they weren't signed and they arrived after the Primary. It is suggested that you mail in your early ballots by Oct 30 so they are sure to be delivered to the Recorder’s office by Nov 4. Postmarks do not count. If you don’t mail your ballot before Oct 30, take it to any polling place within your county.
· Pima County District 1 Supervisor Ally Miller’s Town Hall is slated for 6 pm, Thurs, Oct 30 at the Nanini Library, 7300 N. Shannon Rd., Oro Valley. For Information. Contact District1@Pima.Gov
· The Fountain Hills Republican Club Election Party starts at 7 pm, Tues, Nov 4 at the Lexington Hotel. Contact: Nancy Ordowski firstname.lastname@example.org
· It Is Time For The AZ Heroes To Hometowns Turkeys To Troops program. For $15 you can ensure a wounded hero will have a Thanksgiving dinner or $75 to help 5 military families. Contact: Kathy Pearce, Founder, CEO AZ Heroes to Hometowns 480-330-1632 email@example.com
· The Lincoln Republican Women Christmas Brunch will be held at 11:30 am, Sat., Dec 6 at the DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel, 5401 N. Scottsdale Road., Paradise Valley/Scottsdale. (On Scottsdale Rd. between Chaparral and Jackrabbit Rd. East side of the street). $30 per person. Spouses invited. 11:30 am - Meet and Greet. Noon - Meeting/ Brunch. Silent Auction Fundraiser and Toys for Tots. Reservations: Judy Eisenhower 480-941-8162 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Pat Kaufman at 480-368-2777 email@example.com Send checks payable to the Lincoln Republican Women’s Club at: Judy Eisenhower, 7915 E. Sage Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85250 480-941-8162.
· Editor’s Note: Briefs took down the AZGOP’s original 8-20-14 story when reports started surfacing that Graham’s allegations against the county recorders were flawed. The original story can be viewed at http://azgop.org/five-arizona-counties-refuse-to-follow-law-requiring-informing-parties-about-voter-turnout. Graham’s back-pedaled the following day. See 8-21-14 Briefs at http://archives.mcrcbriefs.org/
· A Small Group In Mesa is currently working to oppose the new Mesa bonds (largest bond package in Mesa's history) and a new general plan that violates property rights. Volunteers can get involved by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org) or call/text 480.529.1123.
· Final Push To Get Out The Vote In CD 3. This part of the orchestrated strategy is to simply make phone calls to Republicans in CD 3 who have not yet returned their early ballots. The bottom line is that CD3 candidate Gabby Saucedo Mercer wins if we can get enough Republicans in CD 3 to vote! But that is not all; with a Gabby victory we should expect victories for the respective Republican State Senate and House Candidates in LD 4, LD 13, LD 19 and LD 29 and our efforts will also assist our State-wide candidates too. Voters said that you want to get rid of the leftist incumbent Raul Grijalva, now is your chance to act! We have thousands of calls to make and Gabby needs your help. I promise you that it is really easy; you can secure the vote of 100 Republicans in just a few hours. If 100 contacts if too many, then just ask for 50. For a sample script and a phone list contact Andrew Costanzo, email@example.com or 480 677-0697.
· Congressman Jeff Flake will feature Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Ducey at Flake’s Coffee and Cocoa Club Breakfast at 8 am, Sat., Nov 1 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, 7200 N Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85253. (North of Indian Bend on Scottsdale Rd.) Registration - 7:30 am. Breakfast/ Program – 8 am. Limited seating. $25 per person. Coffee cups available for $10/each. Limited supply. RSVP to secure.donationreport.com/productlist by Tues, Oct 28th. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 602-845-0333
· The Fountain Hills Republican Club will meet at 9 am, Nov 8 to hear Congressman David Schweikert. Doors open at 8:30 am at the Fountain Hills Community Center. Contact: Nancy Ordowski email@example.com
· The Tucson Republican Women’s Club Luncheon will feature Pima County GOP Chairman Carolyn Cox who will address Ballot Propositions on the Nov. 4 ballot. The group meets Mon, Oct 27 at the Siscount Suite Hotel, 4855 E Broadway, Tucson. 11 am – social 11:30 lunch. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Pima County Republicans will join CD2 candidate Martha McSally’s Election Night Party at 7 pm, Nov 4 at the Sheraton Hotel, Catalina Room, 5151 East Grant Road, Tucson. Cash bar. The Hotel will offer a special dinner, RSVP is required. RSVP: Jessica at Jessica@mcsallyforcongress.com
· The Green Valley Republican Headquarters Ice Cream Social is scheduled between 10 am-4 pm, Fri, Oct 24 and Sat., Oct 25. Free and open to the public. CD2 candidate Martha McSally will be in attendance on Saturday after the White Elephant Parade. GVR HQ is located in the Green Valley Village, 101 S. LaCanada, Suite 70 (between Marti's Bistro and The Happy Quail). They will also be selling raffle tickets to win two tickets to the 2015 Lincoln-Reagan Luncheon. Drawing will be Wed, Nov 5; you need not be present to win.
· A Ground Breaking Ceremony at the Arizona Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery At Marana at 9 am, Sat., Nov 8 . Directions: I-10 Exit 236 Head west on W. Marana Rd; Turn Rt onto E. Wentz Rd. Follow signs continuing onto dirt road (don’t use Luckett Rd). Contact Victor Daniels at 602 234-8421.
· All Mail-In Ballot Cities/Precincts: Voters in these areas should mail in their ballots in at least a week prior to the Nov 4 election to make sure their ballots are received in the County Recorder’s office prior to general election deadline.
o Buckeye: Durango, Festival, Sundance West, Wyman
o El Mirage: Dysart, El Mirage, Rancho Mirage, Soledad
o Fountain Hills: Fountain Hills, Four Peaks, Golden Eagle, Palisades, Saguaro
o Goodyear: Desert Blossom, Desert Thunder, Desert Vista, Goodyear, Mobile, Palm Valley, Rio Paseo, Pebble Creek, Westar, Wildflower, Wigwam
o Litchfield Park: Wigwam (in both Goodyear & Litchfield Park) Cheney, Doubletree, Kiva, Palo Cristi
o Town of Paradise Valley
o Queen Creek: Sanokai
Wickenburg: Wickenburg (those who reside within the city limits). The Wickenburg Community Center will be open for those living outside the Town limits.
The All Mail Cities/Towns are the same as they were for the Primary Election. Additionally, the Town of Carefree and City of Goodyear are holding an All Mail special elections in November. The Recorder’s office will be mailing to voters in the All Mail Cities/Towns from the Primary even if they are not holding a General Election, according to Kristi Passarelli, Maricopa County Elections Dept
Please note that there are still polling locations for precincts that are split (where a portion of the precinct is within a mail ballot city/town and the other portion is not) For example: Wickenburg precinct – The people who live in the Town will get a ballot in the mail. The people who live outside the city boundaries (in Maricopa County) will vote at the community center. For voters to find their assigned polling location or replacement ballot location for all mail areas they need to use our locator: maricopa.gov/pollingplace/
· Pima County Republican Chairman Carolyn Cox: The Constitution does NOT give any administration the right to impose its belief system. The dictator in the White House is destroying our freedoms of religion, expression, and medical choices. In Arizona we are suffering the effects of the expansion of Medicaid. According to Dr. Jeffrey A. Singer, a Phoenix general surgeon, “several of my patients who had been paying for their own individual health insurance informed me that they were forced off private insurance and placed into Medicaid when they signed up at Healthcare.gov. This unwanted change–built into ObamaCare with the intention of helping patients–has harmed them by taking away their freedom to choose a health-care plan that works best for them.” Eighty percent of the new Medicaid patients had private insurance. Thanks to ObamaCare, they have been shunted into a second-class health-care system called Medicaid. Many doctors will not take Medicaid because the reimbursement for their services is below their costs. That means Medicaid patients wait longer and longer for treatment, effectively rationing care. That is exactly what we feared when we opposed ObamaCare.Where in the Constitution does it say that universities can control the discussion of ideas? Why did Brandeis University deny Ayaan Hirsi Ali the chance to tell the story of her life in Somalia? Does anyone really think her description of her treatment under Muslim Law was untrue? Why Condoleezza Rice was refused the opportunity to speak at the 2014 Rutgers University commencement? Is she wrong to believe that everyone deserves a good education regardless of zip code? Shouldn’t someone be speaking up about the unequal education doled out by government, union controlled schools in poor neighborhoods? How will people in poverty break free without drastically improved K-12 education? Where does it say in our Constitution that ministers who do not sanction gay marriage must be forced, under penalty of imprisonment and fines, to perform such “marriages?” Will the breakdown of our culture lead to sanctioned polygamy? Where does it stop? Where does it say in our Constitution that one lesbian mayor can demand to see all the sermons of community ministers? She’s free to express her opinion, but so are those who disagree with her.The people will decide in November of 2014 and November of 2016. Many of our local races are hairline close. Your vote may tell the story. Pima County Republican E-Tracks http://www.pimagop.org/
· 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 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com If I do not respond with “thx” within 24 hours, please resend – using one or all of the above e-dressses. I’d rather get duplications than not receive your e-mails.
· Republican Candidate Announcements, fundraiser, neighborhood walks and other events can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for posting in the Briefs. In fairness to all GOP primary candidates, Briefs does not post endorsements, nor does it endorse any GOP candidates prior to the primary. See Briefs at Http://Archives.Mcrcbriefs.Org/
WHAT CANDIDATES ARE SAYING:
· Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas: DEADLINE: This Friday, Oct 24th, is the last day to request an Early Ballot if you won't be able to make it to the polls on Tuesday, November 4th. If you or a friend still need an Early Ballot, make sure to contact your county recorder by close of business this Friday. ICYMI: Here is the podcast of my radio interview with Barry Young of KFYI. Jump to 28:20 in the audio for the start of my segment. Special interest groups have started running last-minute attack ads against me. Read the truth about my record on the Peoria School Board at this link in a local Arizona paper. I need you to share this link on Facebook and Twitter and email it to your friends so the voters can read the truth! Thank you for your support.
· CD1 Candidate Andy Tobin: Friend, I normally wouldn’t email you, but this is important. With just 12 days to go until Election Day, rural Arizona is looking like one of our top opportunities to defeat a Democrat incumbent. Andy Tobin is running a great campaign. His conservative values are resonating with Arizonans. But Nancy Pelosi knows it too, which is why she’s pouring MILLIONS of dollars from liberal groups into Arizona to drown out his message. Ann Kirkpatrick is one of Nancy Pelosi’s most loyal votes in Congress. Defeating her in November will send a strong message. Honestly, we could use more of Arizona’s conservative values in Washington. Andy will help us fight for balanced budgets, economic growth, and lower taxes. But with just 12 days left, we’re running out of time. We need to make sure our candidates have the resources they need to win. That’s why your contribution TODAY to Andy Tobin’s campaign will do so much to affect the outcome of this election. I know you want to see Andy win as much as I do. I hope you can do what you can. - Rep. Steve Scalise, Majority Whip
· Attorney General Candidate Mark Brnovich: Today is the final fundraising deadline before Election Day - just 10 more days until Arizona elects a new Attorney General. I need your help. The filing deadline for the quarter is midnight tonight and I am challenging you to help support my campaign with a donation of any amount. No donation is too small. We're going to show our strongest quarter yet because of grassroots contributions from people like you. But we're not done. We have a new TV ad and we have to get it up on the air to fight back. Will you please help today? You can donate online here.Thank you for your continued support.
· CD1 Candidate Andy Tobin: Friend, my debate with Ann Kirkpatrick aired tonight. Good news is we won. But honestly, I’m not even sure if it matters anymore. Kirkpatrick is now outspending us 4 to 1. The endless barrage of negative TV ads has been brutal.There’s just 12 days left, and I don’t know how much longer we can hold out. Any contribution - anything - you can give our campaign tonight will help us fight back. We have the better conservative message. We have the better team of grassroots supporters, like you. But if we can’t close this spending gap, it might not matter. Arizona can’t afford Ann Kirkpatrick in Congress for another two years. I know you can’t either.
· CD2 Martha McSally: Faulting President Obama's and Congress' mishandling of the Ebola virus outbreak, Martha McSally today called for a quarantine process for any traveler coming to the United States from West Africa and called on Congressman Ron Barber to put forward a plan to ensure Southern Arizonans are protected. Her statement comes as the Administration has struggled to coordinate a response while seeking to revise protocols that have led to the contraction of the virus by two U.S. health care workers. "Washington needs to wake up. We were being warned about this serious outbreak in March, and the government's failure to be ready for this is completely inexcusable. The way you instill confidence in Americans that the government can handle this outbreak is by being competent, by showing the situation is under control, and that's not happening." Over the weekend, officials from the Center for Disease Control revised guidance for U.S. health care workers treating Ebola patients by mandating that all parts of the skin be covered. Two U.S. nurses contracted the virus after treating an infected patient from Liberia, including one who had flown from Cleveland to Dallas after contracting the virus. "This is another example of an incompetent and slow response by the Administration in the wake of other failures such as addressing issues at the VA or preventing the growth of ISIS. The President needs to take immediate steps to implement a quarantine process for any traveler who wants to come to America from West Africa and ensure that every health center in America is equipped with the best practices and procedures to treat Ebola patients. Instead of leading to make sure this gets done, Congressman Barber has failed to put forward a plan to ensure our community is kept safe. Southern Arizonans want to know what his ideas are to keep our community safe and ensure the government is doing all it can to prevent the spread of this virus." In March, the international health organization Doctors Without Borders issued its first public warning about the "unprecedented'' spread of the Ebola virus. According to World Health Organization officials, the outbreak in West Africa has infected about 9,000 people and killed about 5,000. The officials noted that 1,000 new cases were being diagnosed a week, a number that could increase tenfold by December.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
· The Americans for Legal Immigration (ALIPAC) Protests@alipac.us is planning a nationwide protest against illegal immigration this coming weekend. Arizona events are scheduled:
o Tucson AZ, (Oct 24), Tucson Mexican Consulate, 553 S. Stone Avenue, Fri., Oct 24, 12pm (High Noon). Exercise YOUR First and Second Amendment Rights
o Phoenix, AZ (Oct 25) 11th Ave and I10 pedestrian overpass, Saturday, Oct 25 8am-11am National Wave 27- No Amnesty, Flip the Senate.
o Kingman, AZ (Oct 25) I40 and Andy Devine, Saturday, Oct 25 8am-11am National Wave 27- No Amnesty, Flip the Senate.
· Former President Candidate And Former Gov Mitt Romney is teaming up with CD2 candidate Martha McSally and CD1 candidate Andy Tobin for a “Get out the Vote” Rally at 9:30 am, Fri., Oct 24 at the Continental Ranch Community Center, 8881 North Coachline Blvd., Marana, AZ.
· Volunteers Are Needed For The Registration Desk at AzFRW Board of Director's Meeting between 9 am-7 pm, Fri, Oct 24 and from 8 am-9:15 am on Sat., Oct 25 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 2532 W. Peoria Ave., (NE Corner of I-17 and Peoria ) Contact Lori Urban to volunteer email@example.com
· Congressman David Schweikert, Candidate for Arizona Attorney General candidate Mark Bronovich, AZ Reps Steve Smith and Steve Montenegro, and LD 30 House Candidate Gary L. Cox are among candidates expected to attend the 1:45 pm, Sat., Oct 25 Politics on the Rocks “Candidates & Cocktails” at the Bentley Scottsdale Polo championships in Scottsdale. Reserve tickets/tables at http://thepoloparty.com/site/tickets-tables/ Contact: Charles A. Jensen
Politics on the Rocks National Committee
The Sun City Grand Republican Interest Group, (4th Sat) will meet at 9 am, Oct 25 in the Hopi Room at the Chaparral Center, 19781 N. Remington Dr., Surprise. Speakers are Kevin McCarthy – Arizona Taxpayers Association, and ‘Bick’ Bicknell, past chairman of the Maricopa Health Services Board, will address Proposition 480. LD22 Sen Judy Burges and LD22 incumbent House candidates Phil Lovas And David Livingston address various Propositions. Open to all Sun City Grand residents and their guests, elected officials and candidates. Contact: Ginny Nyre, President firstname.lastname@example.org (623-544-7187) or Ruth Seiter, Vice President, Programs email@example.com (623-544-9309) or www.grandpop.com
· All GOP Candidates Are Invited To Participate in the Run Against Trafficking 5K Run/Walk between 7:30-10:30 am, Sat, Oct 25 at Reach 11 Sports Complex in Phoenix. Event emcee is Mike Broomhead from KFYI. Proceeds are benefiting over 20 non-profits working to combat sex trafficking in Arizona thanks to Gov Jan Brewer's leadership on the issue. Go to www.RATraceAZ.org or email Andrea@RATraceAZ.org to reserve a campaign table or set-up a team of walkers. Contact: LD24 PC Andrea Evans 602-448-5959
· 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. The Arizona Freedom Fest takes place after Saturday's show. www.PrepperFestExpo.com & www.ArizonaFreedomFest.com Volunteer for a shift & get a free weekend pass to the PrepperFest. www.PrepperFestAZ.com/volunteer
· The Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association Annual RoundUp Dinner is scheduled Oct 25 at 5060 W. Skeet Street, Phoenix, AZ 85086. Doors open 5 p.m. Dinner, rifle raffle, keynote speaker: Shane Krauser.
· Arizona’s Firearms Expert Alan Korwin will be appearing at the Oct 25-26 Prepperfest in Scottsdale.
· Rep Kate Brophy McGee’s 2nd Annual Howl-O-Ween Doggie Costume Contest is scheduled between 4-6 pm, Oct 26 at The Adobe Patio at the AZ Biltmore Golf Club. Limited to 25 legged friends. Judges – Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Talk Show Host Mike Broomhead and TV personality Jan D’Arti. $25 per person. Proceeds will be donated to The MCSO Mash Unit. No host bar. RSVP (no pooch required to attend) to Shiree Verdone firstname.lastname@example.org 602-541-2997 or Jane Lynch 602-741-6898 email@example.com
· Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery and former MC Attorney Rick Romley will join Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Ducey for a 8 am Veterans’ Town Hall on Mon, Oct 27 at the American Legion Post #62 at 9847 W Desert Cove Ave., Peoria, AZ 85345. RSVP: RSVP form
· The LD17 Chandler, Sun Lakes And Gilbert Republicans will meet at 7 pm, Oct 28 at the Tri-City Baptist Christian Seminary Building, (South Side of Parking Lot) 2211 W. Germann Road, Chandler, AZ 85286. Chr Tyler Bowyer firstname.lastname@example.org 480-239-0025 .
The Fountain Hills Republican Club Social is scheduled at 6 pm, Tues., Oct 28 at the El Encanto, 11044 N. Saguaro Blvd. Order from menu. No reservations required. Contact: Nancy Ordowski email@example.com
· The Maricopa County Air Quality Department’s next Brown Bag event will be held at 1 pm, Tues., Oct 28 in the 9th flr classroom, 1001 N. Central Ave., Phx. Topic: No Burn Day; fireplace and woodburning restrictions in Maricopa County. RSVP: Kim Butler at KimberlyButler@mail.maricopa.gov Open to the public. No charge. Visitor parking is available in the white, three-story parking garage next to MCAQD Bldg building. Enter bldg., check-in at the reception area in suite 125, then take the elevator to the 9th floor.
· “Islam: What Non-Muslims Need To Know About Islam, And Why” will be presented by Dr. Carl Goldberg between 1-3 pm, Wed., Oct 29 and Nov 5 in Surprise. $15 per person. Registration: Call PORA Adult Learning at 623-242-6864.
· Boulder-Creek-Student-Fight, MCSO Officer Injured
· Playing-Sisyphus-To-Economic-Cassandras Robert Robb
· Laurie Roberts Is A Return To Sb 1062 Inevitable In Arizona?
ARIZONA FREEDOM ALLIANCE
· Give-Me-Land-Or-Give-Me-PILT: Will States Like Arizona Ever Get Control Of Their State Lands?
· Memo-To-Clerks: You-Can-Object-To-Gay-Marriage Refuse To Provide Marriage Licenses On Religious Grounds In Arizona.
· War On Women: Myth or Fact? A perspective -
· I'm Not The Koch Brothers. There is an unnatural obsession by the left about the Koch Brothers but oddly, they don't seem to worry about people like Soros and this guy... Steyer
· No-Evidence-Of-Voter-Fraud,-Mr-Goddard Are you sure? Great ad because the liberals feel right into it thanks to MCRC Chairman LaFaro and a clever ad pulled from Goddard's own words from a recent debate:
· AZGOP financial reports filed/ AZ Sec of State azsos.gov/cfs/FilerDetail
· FEC filing fec.gov/r/CandidateCommitteeDetail/
· AZ Border Defenders Updated Daily
· Need2NoBorder News Watch
LAW & ORDER
· Gone: The-Jobs-Obama-Doesn’t-Want Keystone
· Bringing Down The Ruckelshaus: 1st Ever EPA Chief May Have Lied To Congress Questions Have Arisen About His Fundraising For Environmentalists
SECRETARY OF STATE
· Gone: The-Jobs-Obama-Doesn’t-Want Keystone
· Axelrod: Obama 'Can Be Negligent In The Symbolism' Of The Presidency Crisis Management Skills Lacking