Saturday, November 8, 2014

11-7-14 MCRC Briefs

MCRC Briefs

Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor

Web Master   John Strasser


November 7, 2014


·       A J LaFaro: Open Letter to Arizona Republicans  - I have decided to not run for re-election for Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee.

These past two years as your Chairman have been challenging yet very rewarding.  Leadership is knowing what must be done and paying the necessary price to get it done.  We worked hard and tirelessly preparing for the 2014 Mid-Term Elections.  The rewards for our efforts were resounding and historic victories here in Arizona and throughout America. 

Granted, we did not win every race here in Arizona; however, at this writing, it appears we have won every statewide race, strengthened our positions in the state legislature and gained significant ground throughout Arizona.

On the national stage, we crushed the Democrats and took back the U.S. Senate, strengthened our majority in the U.S. House and now have 31 states with Republican governors.

The American people have spoken.  They are fed up with the Obama Administration and the liberal Democrats failed progressive socialist experiment.  Our Republican Party message of conservative values is resonating throughout the land.  We have a mandate and an opportunity to continue our momentum to win the White House in 2016.  We cannot celebrate our victories or rest on our laurels for too long.  The liberal Democrats and progressive socialists have already begun their march to the White House.  I have no intentions of slowing down or being less vocal for my conservative values, beliefs and convictions.

It has been an honor and a privilege serving as your Maricopa County Republican Committee Chairman.

God bless all of you and God bless America, --A. J. LaFaro - Chairman, Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) 


·       As Of 5 Pm, Nov 7, There Are Still 133,899 Ballots To Be Counted, according to the Secretary of State’s Communications Specialist Kim Crawford (602) 542-2228

o   Apache            1,318

o   Cochise            1,161

o   Coconino        7,573

o   LaPaz              369

o   Maricopa        88,000

o   Mohave           2,160

o   Navajo            1,315

o   Pima                18,171

o   Pinal                9,749

o   Santa Cruz      4

o   Yavapai           1,500

o   Yuma              1, 118


·       The Maricopa County Recorder’s Tallies show CD3 Gabby Saucedo-Mercer 2,067 votes ahead of incumbent Raul Grijalva  – with  all  46 Maricopa County precincts within CD3 reporting     Http://Recorder.Maricopa.Gov/Electionresults/  However, the Secretary of States Tallies show Grijalva with a lead of 10,851 with 177 precincts (statewide) reporting. http://Secretary of State Elections results/ And there are still 133,899 ballots to be counted.


·       Volunteers In The West Valley Have Been "picking up" campaign signs and depositing them in the AZGOP West Valley Victory Office, 99th Ave and Bell Road. Not only signs but also rebar and wire sign holders. The State AZ GOP plans to close this office prior to Nov 15 - 8 days from now. Candidates need to pick up their 2014 campaign material, including literature no later than 5 pm Wed, Nov 12.  No campaign material will be carried over to any new location. Campaign materials for State Representatives, Senators, Governor, State Treasurer, Superintendent for Public Instruction, Secretary of State, etc are available for pickup during office hours.  Office hours: call 623-977 -4532. For after hours/weekend pickup call 623-583-5987 or 1-360-271-6974 or 1-410-490-7484. Please pickup your campaign material by Wednesday evening otherwise it will be "recycled" and unavailable to you. – Pete Lee, Office manager


·       On The Lighter Side: “Been trying to work on my RV today. I have a girl and a boy. I like the girl. She doesn't catch more fish than I do, she doesn't shoot better than I do, she doesn't mess with my tools and she doesn't take my stuff. Tomorrow I am going to take my truck down to UHaul and rent the biggest trailer they have. I am then going to drive the truck and trailer to my son's house and GET MY STUFF BACK!!!!!! Some will understand and others won't. I know xxxxx will; we've talked about this problem.”   Editor’s Note.  Of the 500 plus e-mail I get a day – this one cracked me up! I’m still chuckling.


·       The Former Navy SEAL who claims he fired the shot that killed Osama bin Laden says he doesn't care if people believe him. "The most important thing that I've learned in the last two years is to me it doesn't matter anymore if I am 'The Shooter.' The team got him," Robert O'Neill said in an audio interview with freelance journalist Alex Quade, a former CNN correspondent, that aired Friday on CNN's "AC360."


·       Congressman Paul Gosar statement after the White House announced on Friday evening President Obama’s intent to nominate Loretta Lynch to be the next Attorney General of the United States: “Following in the footsteps of one of the most lawless Attorney Generals of all time, Eric Holder's potential successor has her work cut out to regain the faith of the American people. From the cover-up of Operation Fast and Furious to the illegal targeting of innocent Americans by the IRS, the fundamental trust between the American people and the country’s top law enforcement officer has never been worse.  This mistrust has made Americans fearful of a government class that is not held accountable to the same laws they mandate for everyone else. In order to instill confidence in the rule of law it is vitally important that the next Attorney General adhere to and uphold the entire Constitution and not pick and choose which laws to enforce based upon partisan, ideological beliefs.”


·       Congressman Matt Salmon: I was excited to announce the safe return of our Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi earlier this week.  Andrew’s release was the capstone to an amazing month here in Arizona and a month of challenges across the country. Rep. Salmon Statement on the Release of U.S. Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi from a Mexican Prison


·       The Moon Valley Park Pedestrian Bridge has been deemed unsafe for vehicle and pedestrian traffic due to the summer rains and general wear on the bridge and will be closed until further notice according to Phx City Councilman Bill Gates. This bridge is located just east of the intersection of 3rd Avenue and Le Marche Avenue, south of Greenway Parkway.  The bridge and trail approaches parallel the East Fork of Cave Creek. There is significant erosion under the bank protection and structure supporting the bridge.  At this time we do not have an estimated re-open date. This is not the Moon Valley Grasshopper Bridge.


·       Navajo Code Talker Samuel Tom Holiday will be the guest between noon and 4 pm, Nov 11 at the American Legion Veteran’s Day Ceremonial Gathering  at the Al Kellis Draper Post #12, 176 N. Frontier St., Wickenburg, AZ. Holiday, US Marine Corp, 4th Marine Div. 25th Company, H&S Regiment, served from 1943-1945.  He will conduct a book signing and present an oral history about the Cody Talkers.  928-684-7762.


·       Maricopa Board of Supervisors Chairman Steve Chucri:  November is a month of remembrance. It is the time when we give thanks as a people, when we commemorate the end of the First World War, and when we go to the polls to exercise the rights in defense of which so many veterans have worn the uniform, carried the flag, and fought the good fight. Let us pause and reflect on the service of all United States Veterans since this great country was born. The Maricopa County Parks Department will be honoring our veterans on Veterans Day, Tuesday, November 11, with a one-day waiver of the parks’ entry fee for military personnel. This will be in place at all ten county parks for Military Service Appreciation day.    602-506-7431


·       Dan Sexson, Field Director For The John Birch Society, will discuss the major issues relating national sovereignty at 7 pm, Thurs., Nov 13 at the home of The Blewsters, 915 W Fairway Drive, Mesa. Contact Barbara Blewster


·       Radio Talk Show Host Bradlee Dean will address the AZ Red Mountain Patriots at 7 pm, Mon., Nov 10 at East Valley High School, 7420 E Main St., Mesa, 85296. $2.50 per person. Doors open at 6 pm. Free refreshments. 500 soft seated auditorium.


·       The East Valley Pro-Life Alliance Fundraiser is scheduled at 7 pm, Sat., Nov 22 at 6425 E Teton, Mesa. Reservations:  480-216-7217.


·       Phx City Councilman Bill Gates Holiday Party is scheduled from 5:30-7pm, Mon., Dec 8 at Let it Roll Bowl, 8925 N 12th St, Phx, AZ 85020. Accepting donations for Betty's Kids - the Desert View Elementary After School Program (details TBA). RSVP to or call 602.262.7441 and let them know if you are interested in bowling so we may reserve lanes.


·       Congressman Matt Salmon: As we work to counter the Ebola virus’s destructive impact on West Africa, we must not forget to take the precautions necessary to ensure Americans are not likewise infected.  I’ve been joined by members on both sides of the aisle in calling for bans to protect our citizens from this threat, and have not stopped urging the Administration to implement reasonable restrictions and protect our nation.  See Salmon letter to Obama:.salmon ebola letter


·       LD6 Rep Brenda Barton: What an election!  It was volunteers and supporters like you that made it worth it!I am humbled and deeply honored by your overwhelming support and once again, the trust you have placed in me. You also lifted my seat-mates Senator-Elect Allen along with Representative Bob Thorpe over the finish line.  Sylvia Allen’s election was up and down all Tuesday night and it wasn’t until after sunrise that we knew Sylvia had made it!  What a roller-coaster ride! From Flagstaff into the Verde Valley, and up into Rim Country rolling east to the White Mountains, volunteers hammered the phones, put up signs, and walked miles of neighborhoods working to carry our team to victory Tuesday night! I would like to name each member of our ground team here individually, but wonderfully there are so many it would be impossible to name everyone without possibly missing someone, so let me just say thank you!

·       The Team Results (as of 11/6/2014)


Doug Ducey

Fred Duval

Secretary of State

Michelle Reagan

Terry Goddard

Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

Felecia Rotellini

AZ Treasurer

Jeff Dewit


Superintendent of Public Instruction

Diane Douglas

David Garcia

Corporation Commission

Doug Little/Tom Forese


State Senator LD6

Sylvia Allen

Tom O’Halleran

State Representative

Brenda Barton

Lanny Morrison


Bob Thorpe



·       An Article V Debate is scheduled at 3 pm, Thurs, Nov 13 in the Hearing Rm One at the Arizona State House, 1700 W Washington, Phx 85007. Overflow seating in House Hearing Rooms 3 & 4. The debate will be videotaped. Contact: Patriot Coalition National Director Jeff Lewis.  252-876-9489.

·       The Maricopa County Special Health Care District Board of Directors has unanimously agreed to accept a request by the Maricopa County Department of Public Health and the Arizona Department of Health Services to designate the Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) as an "Infectious Disease Treatment Center of Excellence." The designation would allow MIHS to treat confirmed cases of emerging infectious diseases such as Ebola in Maricopa County or its surrounding areas. The five-member Board agreed to the request Thursday after top County and State health officials submitted a formal request to designate MIHS as a hospital in Maricopa County to treat potential Ebola patients. Maricopa Medical Center hub for infectious disease training


·       Congressman Matt Salmon Regarding A Letter he sent today to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson demanding answers as to why illegal immigrants apprehended for the commission of crimes and turned over to ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) agents for removal who are found by Maricopa County Sheriffs once more committing crimes on Arizona streets just days later. Rep. Salmon Letter to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson Regarding Illegal Immigrant Recidivism in Arizona


·       LD6 Rep Brenda Barton: In Coconino County, thousands of phone calls were made urging people to vote for our team.  The crew up there distributed thousands of door hangers with our slate in many neighborhoods. In the Verde Valley, volunteers jumped into action putting up signs, phoning, and other very necessary tasks needed to win!  In Sedona, over 2,500 slate flyers were distributed throughout the community. Gila and Navajo Counties likewise turned out and really made a huge difference in the outcome this past Election Day.  Both ran local newspaper ads and radio advertising.


·       Secretive-Mexican-Police-Unit-Questioned-Over-3-Murdered-Americans  “The reported deaths of three Americans in Matamoros, like the recent developments in Guerrero, continues to highlight why citizens of Mexico are wary of their own law enforcement officials," U.S. Rep. Matt Salmon (R-AZ), chairman of the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere, told Fox News Latino via email.“I will be monitoring this situation as it develops,” Salmon wrote, “and I trust our diplomats on the ground will now be engaged with the appropriate Mexican authorities to ensure the investigation is fair and impartial.”


·       The Phoenix Technology Summit is scheduled from 8 am-4 pm, Tues., Nov 12 Phoenix Convention Center, Executive Conference Center,  185 N. Second St., Phoenix AZ 85004.  Free to the public, but registration is required, See Technology Summit website for details.


·       Arizona Attorney General-elect Mark Brnovich announced his Transition Team, which will assist in the orderly transfer of authority and make recommendations regarding personnel and operational matters, as necessary. The Transition Team is comprised of community leaders and some of Arizona’s premier experts in law enforcement, public policy and victim’s rights. The Transition Team includes:

o   Karrin Kunasek Taylor –Executive Vice President, DMB Associates; attorney and former Principal, Biskind, Hunt & Taylor; former Chairwoman of the Board, Valley Partnership; member, Phoenix Suns Charities;

o   Bill Montgomery –Maricopa County Attorney; decorated military veteran; Advisory Board member, National Organization for Victim Assistance; graduate, U.S. Military Academy at West Point;

o   Kurt Davis –Founding Partner, FirstStrategic Communications & Public Affairs; former VP of Public Affairs and Marketing, NAU; former senior aide, Governor’s Office and Attorney General’s Office;

o   Steve Twist –VP and General Counsel, Services Group of America; former Chief Assistant Attorney General, Attorney General’s Office; leading national figure on victim’s rights and legislation.

“We have a big task ahead of us over the next two months,” said Brnovich. “I will be reaching out to Attorney General Horne to assure a seamless transition, and am grateful to these top-notch transition members who have agreed to give generously of their time and talent to assist in this effort. The threats to Arizona are real, and we must have an Attorney General’s Office that is ready on Day One. Arizona families deserve nothing less.” 


·       Editor’s Note:  Kurt Davis also worked as a top level assistant to former Attorney General Grant Woods.  Steve Twist was former Attorney General Bob Corbin’s right hand man. 


·       In Order To Reduce Traffic Congestion Near Terminal 4, Sky Harbor is moving the East Cell Phone Lot to a new location.  Beginning Nov. 5, the cell phone lot directly east of Terminal 4 is closed and a larger cell phone lot will open on the northeast side of the Airport. A series of lighted signs guide drivers to the new location, north of East Economy Parking. For the latest information on traffic conditions, follow Phoenix Sky Harbor on Facebook or Twitter @PHXskyharbor.


·       Phx City Councilman Sal DiCiccio: Less than 24 hours after the pension reform election, city insiders have figured that it should be business as  usual.  Wednesday, with Mayor Stanton being the critical swing vote, the council passed a $1 million expenditure to hire a pollster to poll your feelings. This vote happened less than a day after the critical election that would have reformed our unsustainable pension expense. This council expenditure marked the biggest comeback in city history …. for City Insiders. Councilmembers, Jim Waring, Thelda Williams, Bill Gates and myself voted against this nonsense. Councilman Michael Nowakowski took a leadership position and asked to re-consider the expenditure. My question for you - are these your priorities?  :

o   Phoenix is short over 500 police for our neighborhoods

o   We expect to see another budget shortfall this year

o   Pension costs are going up over $18 million each year (yes, these are new expenses every year).

o   Phoenix told domestic violence victims we have no more to give.

Again, you have my commitment to roll up my sleeves and to continue to work to bring fiscal accountability to our great city. I will continue to show you were your money is going and whether it fits the priorities you believe we should be funding.


·       Sen John McCain will flip the coin to kick off Arizona State University’s “Salute to Service” football game versus the University of Notre Dame at 1:30 pm, Sat, Nov 8 in Sun Devil Stadium, 500 E Veterans Way, Tempe. During the annual "Salute to Service" week, ASU and the Pat Tillman Veterans Center honor veterans and active military with a series of events on all four campuses in celebration of Veterans Day. The ASU community is invited to attend all of the Salute to Service events, which will include military appreciation football and basketball games, performances, faculty and staff training, panel discussions, and activities sponsored by student clubs.


·       Congressman Matt Salmon: Earlier this year, I introduced H.R. 4897, the Transparency in Education Act, designed to prevent the Department of Education from issuing new rules addressing college funding without first studying the effect the rule would have on educational programs throughout the United States.  Unfortunately, the Administration issued a 945-page “gainful employment” rule, which measures the debt-to-income ratio of the student loan debt of graduates from for-profit institutions to continue eligibility of federal aid without assessing the effect it would have on students or programs. With my colleague from Florida, Rep. Alcee Hastings, I plan to continue fighting for access to education for all students.


·       Former Scottsdale School Board Candidate Laddie Shane: It has been an amazing year.. As results came in, I knew that I would not become a Scottsdale School Board member. This was hard for me to understand, but I have always been the type of person who takes on every challenge and looks to the future. God has a plan for me, and I look forward to what's in store. This past year was not about last Tuesday night: It was about me becoming stronger and learning from my community. Reflecting, I have made friends with many people I never thought I would. I had an uphill battle, and I'm proud of the work I did. I'm one lucky guy having so many new friends to work with and support me through life. I will always love Scottsdale Schools and I hope that I will be able to help the new board in any way I can. I want to see great things from our schools, and I know that when a board listens to the community and works with its teachers, this will happen. I will be around listening and being a voice for the community.  I just want to say thank you and that this is not the last time you will see me on the ballot. I have many years to serve my community in or out of public office. I will spend the next few years working in the community and continue to better public education. People like you are the reason I wake up every morning feeling lucky to live in a beautiful place with amazing friends and family. Thank you to my family, especially, who stood by me and helped every second along the way. I will see you around, I'm sure, and thank you again for making me one lucky Guy.


·       Sen Jeff  Flake: Those of us that champion limited government, individual liberty, and economic prosperity had a very good night on Tuesday. President Obama made it clear that his policies were on the ballot, and voters responded by soundly rejecting those policies.  Now that voters have entrusted Republicans with control of the Senate, it's incumbent on us to restore regular order. The so-called "world's greatest deliberative body" hasn't been very deliberative the last several years. Harry Reid essentially shut down the process, rarely allowing amendment votes or free-flowing debate - all in an attempt to shield his party from tough votes.  Given the dire fiscal shape of our government, it's impossible to put us back on the path to prosperity without tough votes. I'm glad that Republicans have pledged to return to a more open process.  After six years of shirking its duty to regulate the regulators, the Senate will have a lot of work to do reining in the Obama Administration. Agencies like the EPA have gone unchecked and rode roughshod over states like Arizona. While the failures of the Obama Administration and the electoral map worked in Republicans' favor, we couldn't have won without the hard work and support of volunteers and donors like you.

·       John McCain On Russia Providing Military Aid To Separatists In Ukraine  “No one should be surprised by reports today that large columns of Russian tanks, artillery, and military personnel have moved back into eastern Ukraine. If true, this would be the latest and most conclusive reason to believe that the ceasefire agreement is effectively dead.


·       The White House Announced Friday that President Barack Obama has authorized the deployment of up to 1,500 "additional U.S. military personnel in a non-combat role to train, advise, and assist Iraqi Security Forces, including Kurdish forces" against ISIS. The deployment will bring the total number of U.S. troops there to about 2,900.The White House said in a statement that it will also ask Congress for another $5.6 billion dollars to fund the fight against ISIS.


·       The Phoenix Veterans Day Parade starts at 11 am, Tues., Nov 11. The parade heads south on Central Avenue, turns East on Camelback Road and turns South on 7th Street where it ends and de-stages at Indian School Road. The parade route is two miles long. Parade staging takes about 1.5 hours and entries will move into parade march at approximately 10:30 a.m. Street closures begin at 10 a.m.

·       Phoenix City Hall Will Be Closed Tues, Nov 11 in observance of Veteran’s Day.

·       Sen John Mccain Recognized Approximately 150 Arizona-based Intel Corporation employees who have served or currently serve in the U.S. military at a Veterans Day event at the Intel campus in Chandler today.


·        Congressman Matt Salmon: On Tuesday, we celebrated many electoral victories across Arizona and our nation, and I was especially grateful to be reelected as your Congressman. Of course, I have many people to thank for making this happen - my family, my staff, my campaign team and my incredibly dedicated volunteers.I wanted to be sure to send a special thanks to you, a constituent and voter in the fifth congressional district of Arizona.I am deeply honored and humbled by the trust you have put in me to represent this great district for another two years.I know there is still a whole lot of work to be done in Washington, but I want you to know that I will continue to work tirelessly to meet with you, hear your concerns and represent your interests in Congress. Our children's future depends on the work we do today. I remain committed to ensuring that we have a more prosperous tomorrow to offer our future generations. Thank you again for your vote of confidence and support, and I look forwarding to seeing you around the district in the near future.

·       Phx City Councilman Bill Gates is having a Post Election Mix and Mingle with Secretary of State Election Michele Reagan and LD20 Rep Paul Boyer  between 5:30-7 pm,  Wed., Nov. 12 at Salute Ristorante Italiano , 13216 N 7th St # B2 (southwest corner of 7th St. & Thunderbird), Phoenix, AZ 85022. Speakers at 6 pm. Happy Hour pricing runs from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. with $5 appetizers and drink specials.  RSVP Requested for planning purposes to or call 602.262.7441.


·       LD6 Rep Brenda Barton: Later this month, I have been asked to moderate a panel of experts on water, at the National Legislative Leaders Policy Conference.  The panel discussion will be "The Impact of Water Management, Infrastructure, and Regulation on States". The Conference is hosted by the State Government Association Foundation and attendees representing the legislative leadership of many statehouses across the country will be there. In January, I will be attending the State Agricultural Rural Leaders Conference (SARL) just before our own Session opens on the second Monday of the month.  This will be my third SARL conference since being in office, and the agenda is always full for the three day event. Topics this year include state water quality, food safety modernization, and farmland preservation. I will be most interested in the sessions on EPA regulations and rural development.Once again, I cannot thank you enough for all you’ve done to help me continue serving you in our statehouse!


·       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 compters off at a Cox Solutions Store in recognition of National Recycling Day.


·       Congressman Matt Salmon: I had a great time learning and talking with the students in the Gilbert Boys and Girls Club's Head Start program. I especially appreciated the chance to see the unique educational opportunities these students are being given.  The program has focused on STEM education and seeing the level of understanding these children have so early in their lives is truly worthwhile.


·       LD6 Rep Brenda Barton: Every decision we make has consequences, and Election 2014 is no different. The Republicans swept elections from coast to coast and with victory comes responsibility. There is a lot of work to be done during the next two years, nationally and here at home. On the brighter side, Republicans increased their majority in the Arizona Statehouse and the numbers now are 38 (R) to 22 (D) so the agenda is in our court.  We are positioned to put government back on your side, not in your way! There is a place for government, but in shouldn't be in your way. Government should be the lubricant of a vibrant economy, not its primary fuel. I have already rolled up my sleeves and begun preparing for the work ahead. In the Legislature, rural Arizona made big gains in the leadership. Both the new Speaker of the House, and the Senate Majority Whip are from Cochise County. I will continue my Chairmanship of Agriculture and Water, with a more expanded role going into 2015.






·       The Chino Valley Pachyderm is hosting a day-long session on “Constitutional Specialist in Land Use, Jurisdiction, Delegation of Authority and Agency Mitigation” featuring Doyel Shamley from 10 am-4 pm, Sat., Nov 8 at the Willow Hills Baptist Church & Trinity Christina School, 1071 Mogollon Road, Prescott, AZ 86301.  $15 per person includes BBQ beef sandwich, beans, coleslaw, fruit salad, bottled water, iced tea & lemonade.  RSVP with check to Chino Valley Pachyderm, 1905 W Road 2 South, Chino Valley, AZ 86323. Contact Sue Goodchild


·       The Paradise Republic Women will meet at the Gainey Ranch Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale at 11 am, Sat., Nov 8 to honor our American veterans featuring Jerry Iannaci, Volunteer CEO of Operation American Patriot Which Assists Veterans and Their Families Past and Present. 10:30 am Social. 11 am. Speaker to follow meeting. Noon Luncheon - $28 per person. Reservations deadline Nov. 6. The annual election of officers will be conducted following the speaker. Attendees are asked to bring Christmas gifts for two veterans families.  Mail check/reservation to Rosalie Barley, PRWC Treasurer,  P.O. Box 14425,  Scottsdale, AZ 85267.


·       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. Membership renewals due - $15 per person or $20 per family. Contact: Nancy Ordowski


·       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.


·       Congressman David Schweikert will be the guest speaker at the Sat., Nov 8 meeting of the Fountain Hills Republican Club starting at 8:30 am at the Fountain Hills Community Center. Members are asked to bring supplies for the Congressman’s drive for Packages from Home.  Suggested donation items can be found here: packagesfromhome  FHRC membership renewals are due. $15 per person. $20 per family.



·       The America’s Mighty Warriors Benefit Variety Show is scheduled at 2 pm and again at 7 pm, Nov 9 at the Vantana Lakes Yacht Club, 20015 N 108th Ave., Sun City to benefit veterans.  $10 per person. For tickets contact Gayle Salter at 602-214-7480. American’s Mighty Warriors was founded several years ago by Arrowhead Republican Club member Debbi Lee in memory of her son Navy Seal Mark Alan Lee and has grown into a nationally recognized organization.



·       The Lincoln Republican Women will meet at 6 pm, Mon., Nov 10 at the Double Tree Resort by Hilton Hotel Paradise Valley-Scottsdale, 5401 N. Scottsdale Road., Scottsdale AZ, 85250 (On Scottsdale Rd. between Chaparral and Jackrabbit Rd. East side of the street) $28 per person. 5:30 pm – meet and greet, 6 pm dinner/mtg, 6:30 pm – program to hear a spokesperson for Ben Carson - a non-traditional GOP presidential candidate. RSVP Judy Eisenhower 480-941-8162 Or or  Pat Kaufman at 480-368-2777


·       The Yavapai Republican Men's Forum monthly meeting is scheduled at the Hotel St. Michael Ballroom, 205 W. Gurley St., Prescott at 11:30 am, Nov 10. $18. Speakers:  Congressman Paul Gosar and Prescott City Councilman Chris Kuknyo. RSVP:  Bob Luzius @ (928) 717-2551 or   Need reservation and menu selection of beef or chicken by noon Thursday, Nov 6.  November 10, 2014


·       The Highway 69 Republicans monthly meeting will be held at the Puerta Vallarta Restaurant, 11901 E. Hwy 69, Dewey, AZ (Rear Dining Area) at 5 pm, Nov 10. 5 pm social hour. 6 pm mtg.  Order from Menu, RSVP with June @ (928) 632-4661.



·       Free Entry to National Parks -  Nov 11th – Veterans Day. National Parks Website.


·       The NW Conservatives & Pima County Tea Party Patriots will honor veterans with the presentation of "Pride of the Marines" (1945) at 6 pm, Nov 11 at U Like Buffet,  5105 N Oracle Rd, Tucson.


·       The Yavapai County Republican Executive Committee Meeting is at 5:30 pm, Nov 11 at Headquarters, 112B E. Union St., Prescott, Conference Room


·       The Mingus Mountain Republican Club self -service luncheon meeting is scheduled at 11:14 am, Nov 11 at the VFW Post #7400, 705 E. Aspen St., Cottonwood, AZ. Lunch $11, Sodas $1. Mtg – 12 pm. RSVP:  Bob O'Connell (928) 301-4868

·       Navajo Code Talker Samuel Tom Holiday will be the guest between noon and 4 pm, Nov 11 at the American Legion Veteran’s Day Ceremonial Gathering  at the Al Kellis Draper Post #12, 176 N. Frontier St., Wickenburg, AZ. Holiday, US Marine Corp, 4th Marine Div. 25th Company, H&S Regiment, served from 1943-1945.  He will conduct a book signing and present an oral history about the Cody Talkers.  928-684-7762.

·       The Northwest Conservatives & Pima County Tea Party Patriots in honoring our veterans in their presentation of  "Pride of the Marines" (1945) starting at 5 pm., Nov 11 at the U Like Buffet, 5105 N Oracle Rd, Tucson.



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·        Maricopa County Republican Committee ByLaws   2014


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·        Tahmooressi-On-His-Attempted-Suicide-In-Prison Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, who spent 214 days in Mexican prisons after mistakenly crossing the border with three registered guns, describes beatings at the hands of his jailers and the inner strength he tapped to endure them in an exclusive Fox News interview with Greta Van Susteren ‘On the Record’.


·        Over 800 U.S. Citizens And 28,000 Legal Residents Detained In Immigration Centers During A Four Year Period

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·        Rusty Humphries: Sneakin' Into The USA

·        Ray Stevens Song: Come To The USA

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·        Billionaires Buy Gun Control In Washington: ‘Straight To Voters, Bypassing Politicians Terrified Of NRA’

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·        How The Gun-Control Movement Got Smart - The Atlantic


·        Holder Aims Vulgarity At Critcis In E-Mail


·        What Is Actually Protected Under The First Amendment


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• 'I Love That Map This Morning': Christie Discusses GOP's Wins, 2016 Election

• Ingraham: 'This Is The Fury Election'

• These Exit Polls Reveal What Fueled The GOP's Midterm Election Wave

• Ryan: Americans Are Rejecting The 'Inherent Incompetence Of Big Gov't'

• Scott Makes History In SC, Calls Out Dems For 'Race Card' Politics

• McConnell: 'Kentuckians Are Tired Of Gov't Working Against Them'

• Ryan: Americans Are Rejecting The 'Inherent Incompetence Of Big Gov't'

• Watch: First Female Elected As WV Senator Reacts To Historic Victory

• 'Who's Going To Be The Adult In The Room?' Johnson On Obama And A GOP Senate

• 'From Biscuit Line At Hardee's To The Senate': Watch Ernst's Victory Speech


·        Vote Fraud In Virginia, Maryland And New Mexico?


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• Paul: No Difference Between 'Clinton Democrat' And 'Obama Democrat'

• Romney: Americans Passing Judgment On Obama's Record And Vision


·        Ben Carson Gets Jump Start On 2016, Airs Hour-Long Ad Introducing Himself Nationwide


·        Irs Does Not Follow Federal It Requirements, Asks For More Money Anyway


·        Pastors Stand Against The IRS - Endorse And Oppose Candidates!


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·        Common Core Co-Author Admits He Wrote Curriculum To End “White Privilege”


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·        Obama’s Appointed Anti-Isis General Is Defending Islam

·        Obama's Secret Letter To Iran About Isis: Good Idea? Foolish Cooperation? Hidden Agenda?

·        4 Institutions Claim Obama Using Federal Law To Wage War On Christians


·        Chinese Government Approves Global Times' Insults Of Obama