Monday, November 17, 2014

11-17-14 MCRC Briefs

MCRC Briefs

Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor

Web Master   John Strasser


November 17, 2014


MCRC Chairman A. J. LaFaro: All newly elected LD officers are required to take the oath of office and I firmly believe all PCsand State Committeemen should also since they are also elected officials.



State of Arizona,


County of ________________


I, ____________________________________________do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will


support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution and laws of the State of Arizona, that I


will bear true faith and allegiance to the same and defend them against all enemies, foreign and


domestic, and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge the duties of the office of


_______________________________________ according to the best of my ability, so help me God (or


so I do affirm).








·       Newly Elected LD20 Officers, as of  Nov 17:

o   Chairman:   Ray Malnar

o   1st Vice-Chair:   Nickie Kelley

o   2nd Vice-Chair:   Wes Harris

o   3rd Vice-Chair:  Michael Gibbs

o   Secretary:      Naomi Kruse

o   Treasurer:     David Andrews



·       Newly elected LD1 officers, as of Nov 17

o   Chairman: Cathy Schwanke 

o   1st Vice Chairman: Judy Hoelscher

o   2nd Vice Chairman: Chuck Braun

o   Secretary: Suzanne Jordan

o   Treasurer: Cyndi Moulton


·       LD1 State Committeemen – elected at the Nov 17 organizational meeting:


LD1 State Committeemen

Afdahl, Herb

Afdahl, Lori

Anderson-Shadley, Colene

Braun, Chuck

Burke, Laurence

Burnette, Ron

Burnette, Sherry

Coddington, Shirley

Councell, Pam

Councell, Tom

Hammerslag, Shelly

Hayes, Martha

Hoelscher, Judy

Johnson, David

Jordan, Suzanne

Kurowski, Carol 

Kurowski, Doug

Lee, Dee

Marshall, Irl "Bucky"

Maxwell, Charles

Maxwell, Emory

Mayer, David

Mayer, Patty

McDonald, Debbie

McDonald, Steve

Mohr, Don

Mohr, Janet

Parisek, Richard

Parisek, Robbin

Rogonjich, Luke

Sasser, Barb

Sasser, Lonnie

Schwanke, Cathy

Serra, Alice

Shadley, Ed

Smith, Bab

Smith, Robert

Wetta, Jerry

Wetta, Judy


·       Supt Of Public Instruction Elect Diane Douglas: The ballots have been counted and we won the election by more than 16,000 votes!  Thank you for everything you did to make our victory possible. We were out spent 680 to 1 in outside money and still won!  Winning in spite of the vicious attack ads is nothing less than a mandate from the voters - a mandate to end Common Core in Arizona. ICYMI:  Please share this video of my interview with Ted Simons with your friends.  The extended interview format of the Horizon program allowed me to answer my critics and set the record straight. Please help me get out the truth by sharing this video through email and on social media. I look forward to serving Arizona as your next Superintendent of Public Instruction. Thank you again for your support and for all of your prayers.

·       For The First Time In 52-Year History, the Maricopa County Community College District will have some Governing Board members who were elected by voters across Maricopa County. Two at-large members have been elected to serve with the five members elected from districts around the county, beginning Jan. 1, 2015. The two at-large representatives will be Tracy Livingston and John Heep. Other new representatives are Johanna Haver - D3, and Jean McGrath D4. Incumbent Alfredo Gutierrez was elected in District 5.


·       LD13 Officer Candidates for the Nov 18 election:

o   Chairman -  Linda Migliore and Richard Landis

o   1st Vice Chair - Ernie McCollum and Wally Campbell

o   2nd Vice Chair - Ben Boone

o   Secretary - Renee Taylor

o   Treasurer - Tom Schoaf

Nominations will also be accepted from the floor at the Tues., Nov 18 meeting at PebbleCreek Country Club, according to Chairman Robert Branch. State Committeemen will also be elected at the Nov 18 mtg.


·       To All MCRC Precinct Committeemen Interested In Running For A MCRC Executive Office: Chairman, 1st Vice Chairman, 2nd Vice Chairman, Secretary or Treasurer. In accordance with the 2014 MCRC Continuing Bylaws, you must send a "Letter of Intent" by 5 pm, Dec 6, via e-mail to Chairman LaFaro at Even if you're possibly running as a member of a slate, you must e-mail your "Letter of Intent" separately. - - A. J. LaFaro,   Chairman, Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC)


·       ATTN LD Chairman:  As you elect new officers and state committeemen, please forward the list of new officers/state committeemen to MCRC Communications Chairman Frosty Taylor at or  so we can update communications records.


·       Congressman Paul A. Gosar,  Congressman Steve Daines and Senator Ted Cruz along with other industry leaders who recognize the significant burden an internet sales tax would have on Americans will conduct a press conference at 11:30 am, Tues., Nov 18 in Washington, DC. An internet sales tax, such as the Marketplace Fairness Act, would hurt small business, complicate states sales taxes and ultimately force everyday Americans to pay more in taxes. Gosar, along with the other participants of tomorrow's press conference, continues to urge House leadership not to allow a controversial internet sales tax to be attached to any other bill during the lame duck Congress. Participants: Daines, Cruz, Gosar, Free Congress Foundation, WE R HERE Coalition, National Taxpayers Union, Heritage Action for America,  Americans for Tax Reform and R Street Institute               


·       LD22 Will Be Electing New Officers This Evening.  Candidates are:

o   Incumbent Chairman Eric Morgan:

o   First Vice Chair Glenn Haynes:  I have been serving as a precinct committeeperson over the past few years and as 2nd Vice Chairman, a position I gained by election this past summer when a vacancy occurred. Now the 1st Vice Chair position is open and I am again asking for your support.I am also currently the Chair of the LD-22 Fund Raising Committee and our committee has been quite successful over the past year and a half. We were actually able to spend money to support the Republican effort to turn out the voters! If you chose to elect me I plan to help plan and prepare for the crucial 2016 election. We have learned a good deal during this past campaign and it is important we use that experience to expand on our team’s effort, and success. Most importantly, it is vital we keep our team together and focused on 2016! I thank you for your support.

o   Second Vice Chair Rae Chornenky: A Phoenix native, she has practiced law in Arizona for 30 years.  Having just returned from living in Washington, D.C. for her two year term as president of the National Federation of Republican Women, Rae was president of the Arizona Federation of Republican Women, a member of the Arizona Republican Party State Executive Committee, and served as our Legislative District Bylaws Chairman and Parliamentarian in the past.  She attends RNC meetings and leadership conferences and has spoken before State Republican groups across the country, appearing in TV, radio, and print media to publicize the Republican message locally, nationally, and internationally. 

o   Secretary candidate Van DiCarlo, retired Glendale, IL Chief of Police and former President of the Police Pension Board. After 32 years of service, he moved his family to Glendale. DiCarlo built DiCarlo Associates, LLC - providing criminal defense investigations through a contract with a governmental agency.  He has two degrees of higher education - AAS Criminal Justice, BAS General, Studies (Concentration in Criminal Justice). He served as President of The Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators (AALPI) for three years, is the Chairman and Vice President of Business Operations for Firecrackers-AZ - a girls’ fast pitch softball club with 13 teams in Arizona and is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. He and his wife Rita have been married for 31 years. He has been a Glendale, AZ resident for 12 years.

o   Incumbent Treasurer: Kay Heep.

Nominations will be accepted from the floor.


·       The Mexican Wolf/Livestock Coexistence Council issued its first Payments for Wolf Presence to 26 Arizona and New Mexico livestock operators who qualified for its coexistence plan's pilot year.  The Coexistence Council developed the Mexican Wolf/Livestock Coexistence Plan that presents a new paradigm for addressing wolf-livestock conflicts – one of the most significant impediments to Mexican wolf recovery.  Payments for presence of Mexican wolves, the key component of the plan, address the negative financial impacts on livestock producers that accompany Mexican wolf recovery. The Coexistence Plan (announced in March 2014), is comprised of three core strategies: payments for wolf presence, funding for conflict avoidance measures, and continued funding for depredation compensation. See: Coexistence Council website:  or Mexican Wolf Recovery Program


·       Arizonans Now Have Easy Access To More Than 500 Books about their state, thanks to a new ebook platform hosted by the Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records. Titles range from historical fiction to academic biographies, haunted tour guides to thrilling mysteries.The State Library formally launched Reading Arizona, (, the statewide ebook platform, at the Arizona Library Association conference, Nov. 13-14. The ebooks available through Reading Arizona may be borrowed within the state simultaneously by multiple users. Readers get to decide how long they want to keep a title, rather than being tied to a traditional return date. Reading Arizona is powered by BiblioBoard, the content management system from BiblioLabs, and is available on iOS, Android, and Kindle tablets through BiblioBoard Library.


·       LD16 meets the 3rd Thursday (Nov 20)  of the month at the Liberty Arts Academy, 3015 S. Power Rd, Mesa, AZ 85212.  Contact:  Cor Sec Kay Reardon 602-882-6507


·       CD2 Elect Martha McSally: At the moment, Martha McSally is up 161 votes and has momentum, but now Democrats are contesting the validity of the election and fighting against the choice of Arizonans. This race is headed straight for a recount - which is bad news. We've got legal teams ready to fight for every last vote - but we don't have the resources to fund their efforts. Nancy Pelosi and Martha McSally's opponent, Ron Barber, will stop at nothing to win this race. We have to fully fund our recount efforts immediately to stop any potential illegal activity that could jeopardize the outcome of this race. If we don't hit our goal of $200,000 for our recount fund, we could lose this race. Don't stand idly by and let Democrats steal this victory from us - stand with us and fight back now.  or Please chip in

·       Nov 4 General Election results:   or  http://Secretary of State Elections results/ 


·       Editor’s Note:  Maricopa County Republican Officer candidates – please hold your announcements to a maximum of 300 words. Those running over will be edited.


·       The 2015 Maricopa County Republican Statutory Meeting is scheduled Jan. 10 at the Grace Community Church in Tempe. Details will be announced as Dan Grimm’s committees move forward in planning the event.


·       The Coconino County Republican Committee Statutory Meeting will be held at  9:30 am., Dec 20 at the Double Tree Hotel by Hilton. Contact: Chr Joy Iris Staveley   928-606-1131

·       The Yavapai County Republican Statutory/Organizational Meeting is scheduled for Sat., Jan . 10, 2015. A parliamentarian is being sought for this meeting.  Call YavGOP headquarters  (928) 776-4500 if interested.


·       To Check On How Your US And State Elected Officials Have Voted on issues of concern to you go to:


·       The Great American Smoke-Out and E Cigarettes is the topic of the Family Health Talk Show at 10 am, Thurs., Nov 20 on Radio Station – KXXT 1010 AM  Online –  (Click left side of menu) Call-in: 602.977-1010. Guests include Wayne Tormala, Benjamin Palmer, Dr. Tursha’ Hamilton, Dr. Adriana Perez, Lois Owens. Sec or State Election Michele Reagan and SWPCF Exec Dir Fred Taylor.


·       ATTN Teachers:  Do You Have Wildlife Education Resources or programs that you want to share with the public? The Arizona Game and Fish Department is hosting a Wildlife Education Resource Fair in conjunction with its annual Adobe Mountain Wildlife Center Open House from 10 am – 3 pm, Nov 22 and 23. Exhibit space is free 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   Download the Event Flyer.


Call The White House (202) 456-1111  and your Senators or Representatives. Let them know how you feel. Hold their feet to the fire. They wanted these positions so badly, hold them accountable.

o   Senator John McCain (R- AZ)           202-224-2235             202-228-2862

o   Senator Jeff Flake (R- AZ)                202-224-4521             202-228-0515

o   Rep Ann Kirkpatrick (D1)                 202-225-3361             202-225-3462

o   Rep Ron Barber (D2)                         202-225-2542             202-225-0378            

o   Rep Raul M. Grijalva (D3)                202-225-2435             202-225-1541

o   Rep Paul A. Gosar (R4)                      202-225-2315             202-226-9739

o   Rep Matt Salmon (R5)                       202-225-2635             202-226-4386

o   Rep David Schweikert (R6)               202-225-2190             202-225-0096

o   Rep Ed Pastor (D7)                            202-225-4065             202-225-1655

o   Rep Trent Franks (R8)                       202-225-4576             202-225-6328

o   Rep Kyrsten Sinema (D9)                  202-225-9888             202-225-9731



·       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.





·       LD13 Is Conducting Its Organizational Meeting for election of officers and state committeemen at 7 pm, Tues., Nov 18 at the PebbleCreek Tuscany Falls Clubhouse – Chianti Room, 16222 Clubhouse Drive, Goodyear, AZ. 85395. Registrations open at 6 pm.


·       The LD17 Organizational Meeting will be held at 7 pm, Nov 18 at the Tri-City Baptist Christian Seminary Bldg, 2211 W. Germann Road., Chandler, AZ. Officer and State Committeemen will be elected.  Chairman Tyler Bowman 


·       The Pima County Republican Club Luncheon starts at 11:30 am, Tues., Nov 18 at the Sabbar Shrine Temple, 450 S. Tucson Blvd., Tucson. Lunch $11. Speaker: Dr. Jane Orient.

·       The Fountain Hills AZ Tea Party is scheduled at 6:30 pm., Nov 18 (3rd Tues) at the   Fountain Hills Unified School District Learning Center, 16000 E Palisades Blvd. (Palisades Blvd. & Golden Eagle Blvd.). Tara Nolan, a representative of the "Run, Ben, Run" organization promoting the possible candidacy of Dr Ben Carson in 2016, will address the group. Some local residents will share their personal stories about immigration. No admission. Donations accepted. Chr: Richard Rutkowski  or

·        The Surprise Tea Party Patriots will gather at 6:30 pm, Tues., Nov 18 at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza (Grand Canyon Rm), 14465 W. R H Johnson Blvd, to hear Sheriff Joe Arpaio address  immigration, veterans, tent city, and drug crackdown. www.surpriseteapartypatriots for more information.   Terry Rapp is slated to discuss Common Law Grand Juries at the Dec 2 mtg.

·       Bill Gates Coffee Chat is scheduled between 8-9 am, Tues., Nov 18 at Paradise Bakery, 375 E Bell Road, Phx, AZ 85022.  Coffee/pastries provided.  RSVP request for planning purposes to or call 602.262.7441. Cox Communications will address WiFi Hotspots.  Drop your old computers off at a Cox Solutions Store in recognition of National Recycling Day.


·       The Chandler, Sun Lakes and Gilbert Republicans will meet at 7 pm, Nov 18 in the   Tri-City Baptist Christian Seminary Bldg., (On the South Side of Parking Lot), 2211 W. Germann Road, Chandler, AZ  85286.  Contact: Chr  Tyler Bowyer 


·       The Chandler, Sun Lakes and Gilbert Republicans will not meet in December, according to Chairman Tyler Bowyer. 


·      Sold Out: The Republican Women of Prescott meet at 11:30 am, Nov 18 at the Prescott Resort, 1500 E. Hwy 69, Prescott. $17 per person. (Waiting list only, no walk-ins.)Program: Tribute to America's Veterans (Wear uniforms, medals and ribbons if possible) RSVP:  Elsie Tyree (928) 778-0235 or or Pam Calhoon at (928) 778-7157 or  Accepting $17 donations for a Veteran's lunch.


·       The YavGOP Executive Committee Meeting is scheduled at 5:30 pm at Republican Headquarters, Conference Room, 112B E. Union St., Prescott.


·       The Sun City Republican Club will meet  at  7 pm,  Nov17 at the  Sundial Center,  14801 N 103rd Ave., in  Sun City to discuss the Dec 8 Christmas party. 6:30 pm social.  Christmas party tickets are $10 each.


·       Campaign Signs and Literature Returned To The Yavapai County Republican Office will be donated for recycling by Mon., Nov 17 If Candidates Haven’t Retrieved By Then. Contact (928) 776-4500 with any instructions pertaining to the materials and signs. A few volunteers have offered to help take down the signs.  If you are interested, give the office a call.



·       LD4 Will Hold Its Organizational Meeting At 7 Pm, Wed., Nov 19. 6:30 pm social at the Estrella Foothills High School, 13033 South Estrella Parkway in Goodyear. New officers and state committeemen will be elected. Contact:  LD4 Chr Fred Amator Chairman


·       The Women’s Leadership Forum Of The NRA Luncheon is scheduled at noon, Wed., Nov 19 at the La Paloma Country Club, 3660 E Sunrise Drive (Entrance west of Resort, off Sunrise) in Tucson. Speaker: NRA Past President Sandy Froman will address the 2014 election and the road ahead.  Reception 11:14 am. Contact:


·       Pima County District 4 Supervisor Ray Carroll will address the Eastside Republican Club at 6:30 pm, Wed., Nov 19 at the Golf Links Library, Community Room, 9640 E Golf Links, Tucson.


·       Palo Verde Republican Women will meet for lunch at 11:30 am., Nov 19 at the Grayhawk Golf Club, 8620 E. Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale, to hear AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham on the latest issues facing the GOP.  11 am social. The cadets of Squadron 302, Deer Valley will present colors.  Frank Youdelman, Treasurer of the Tucson Fundraising Committee for the benefit of the new Fisher House, will be presented with a donation. RSVP Edith Stock, or call 480-298-7818.


·       The Verde Valley Republican Women will meet at 11 am, Nov 19 at the Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa, 2250 W. Hwy 89A, Sedona. Cost:  $17. Speaker: Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Masher. RSVP:  Erna (928) 284-4248 or


·       The Estrella Conservative Republican Club will meet at 7 pm., Nov 19 at Estrella Foothills H.S. Contact: Richard Newcomer   602-512-1340.


·       The Western Pinal Republican Club meets at 6 pm, Wed., Nov 19 at the Eva's Fine Mexican Food, 2033 N Pinal Ave, Casa Grande. Check in 5:30 pm. Tickets $10. 


·       Freedom Fire Lives  - Wed., Nov 19  Supreme Court Stimulation.  6:30 pm, at Burke Basic School, 131 S. Southern Ave., Mesa. $2 admission.



·       LD23 Will Meet Nov 20 in the Fountain Hills Learning Center. Sign in begins at 6 pm.  This meeting is on the 3rd Thursday.  Election of District Officers.


·       The LD24 Organization Meeting will be Thursday, November 20. Paul Smith is chairing the nominating committee. Brian Kaufman   480 321 6947


·       The Chino Valley Pachyderm will meet at 6 pm, Nov 20 at the Bonn Fire Restaurant, 1667 S. State Route 89, Chino Valley. RSVP:  Sue Goodchild at (928) 636-7355 or Limited Seating, Order from menu.

·       The Cobre Valley Republican Club will meet at 9:30 am, Thurs., Nov 20 at Republican Headquarters, 424 N. Broad Street in Globe, according to President Judy Alexander. They will be discussing the election outcome, planning a Christmas Potluck And Future Fundraisers. Coffee and goodies. Contact: Chr Cobrevalleyrc@Gmail.Com  or 928-701-2195.


·       The Colorado River Tea Party - Yuma will meet at 6 pm, Thurs., Nov 20 at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95. (last building behind church).



·       The AZ Republican Lawyers Assn will meet at 11:45 am, Fri., Nov 21 to hear Congressman David Schweikert at Polsinelli, One East Washington #1200, Phx.  $20 per member. $35 for non-members (payment at the door.  RSVP


·       The Fountain Hills Noon Kiwanis Club is holding its final blood drive of the year from 9am-2 pm, Nov 21 at the Fountain Hills Community Center. RSVP:  Dr. Liz Smith at 480-206-4785  email or Paul Appeldorn at 480-836-8213 email  They take walk-ins, however, they prefer you schedule a specific time so as to avoid delays.


November 22

·       The AZ East Valley Pro-Life Alliance’s ‘Fall for Life’ Wine-tasting & Silent Auction Fundraiser is scheduled between 7-9 pm, Sat., Nov 22 at the Red Mountain Ranch Country Club, 6425 E. Teton, Mesa. Special guests Rev Thomas J Olmsted, Sheriff Joe and Ava Arpaio, featuring Debbie Georgianni as Mistress of Ceremonies.  $50 donations pp. Cocktail attire. To Donate silent auction Items call 480-201-7198.   Register   or call 480-216-7217.





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