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· Services For Stanley Turley – 22 Year Arizona Legislator. Funeral services are Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 10 AM with visitation one hour prior to services at the LDS church, 1266 S. 32nd St., Mesa, AZ 85204. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to the Perpetual Education Fund, 50 E. North Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, www.ldsphilanthropies.org - See more at: full obituary For twenty-two years (1964-1986) he served in the Arizona State Legislature, including terms as Speaker of the House and as President of the Senate.
· Congressman Matt Salmon will announced the winners of the CD5 art contest at 8 am, Sat., May 3 at the i.d.e.a. Museum (formerly known as the Arizona Museum for Youth), 150 W. Pepper Place, Mesa. 100 artists competed in this contest. Each spring, the Congressional Institute sponsors a nationwide high school visual art competition to recognize and encourage artistic talent in the nation and in each congressional district. Since the competition began in 1982, more than 650,000 high school students have participated. Students submit entries to their representative’s office, and panels of district artists select the winning entries. Winners are recognized both in their district and at an annual awards ceremony in Washington, DC. The winning works are displayed for one year at the U.S. Capitol. Click here for information.
· This Leisure World Republican Club’s Is Hosting A “Pie Social With The Candidates” at 6:30 pm, May 5 in the Club Room at Rec 1. Free Pie at 6:30 pm, mtg at 7 pm. Confirmed candidates: Secretary of State – Wil Cardon, gubernatorial candidate – Dr. John Molina; LD25 House candidate Haydee Dawson and special guest former AZ senate president Russell Pearce (1st vice chair of the AZGOP).
· A Maricopa Meet And Greet Is Scheduled at 6:30 pm, Mon, May 5 at Maricopa’s Native New Yorker, 21164 N John Wayne Parkway. Candidates include CD1 candidate Adam Kwamann, Constable candidate Bret Roberts, Maricopa City Council candidate Vincent Manfredi, and incumbent Maricopa Mayor Christian Price. “I’m basically just organizing the event and getting people to come out,” Roberts said. “This isn’t a fundraiser, it’s a chance for voters to come out and meet their representatives so they can put a face to the name.” Candidates will each speak on their individual platforms and issues, as well as meet and talk to voters one-on-one.
· The Highway 69 Republicans will meet at 6 pm, May 12 with Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett. Social hour 5 pm. RSVP for seating to June 928-632-4661 or email@example.com http://www.highway69republicans.com/
· Congressman David Schweikert Neighborhood Petitions Signature Gathering Walks Are Scheduled: RSVP TO Sign Up: Oliver Schwab At Oliver@Davidschweikert.Com
· May 7. 4-7 Pm, Meet At Paradise Bakery, 8777 North Scottsdale Road.
· May 8. 4-7 Pm, Meet At Fountain Hills Starbuck's, 16425 East Palisades Blvd
· May 12. 4-7 Pm, Meet - Parking Lot, East Entrance Of Dillard's, Paradise Valley Mall
· May 13. 4 To 7 Pm, Meet - Fountain Hills Starbuck's, 16425 East Palisades Blvd
· AZ State Treasurer Candidate Jeff DeWit interview with the Eastern Arizona Courier dewit: time-to-upgrade-tech-in-treasurer's-office
· Congressman Matt Salmon: “I applaud House leadership for moving forward to appoint a select committee to investigate the terrorist attack that claimed the lives of four United States citizens. I have long advocated for a select committee to investigate this tragedy because time and time again we have seen the Administration attempt to hide emails and witnesses, intimidate whistleblowers, and fail to fully answer questions. By establishing a select committee, we will stop the current Administration from continuing to hinder justice by hiding the truth, just as we have seen them do with Operation Fast and Furious. For the sake of the families of the victims who were murdered and the safety and security of all Americans serving abroad, we must have answers and full accountability so this never happens again.” Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05) is a cosponsor of the following legislation related to the attacks on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya:
· H. Res. 36, the establishing of a select congressional committee to fully investigate and report on the attack on the United States consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
· H.R. 1768, the Accountability Review Board Reform Act of 2013
· Congressman Rep. David Schweikert in response to House Speaker John Boehner’s announcement to create a select committee to investigate the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi: “I strongly support Speaker Boehner’s announcement to create a select committee to investigate the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack.For over two years, the White House has systematically lied and mislead Congress and the American people regarding the terrorist attack in Benghazi.The families of those who died in the attack deserve to know what happened to their loved ones and I hope this committee can uncover the reason our Administration felt the need to sweep this tragedy under a rug.” Schweikert co-sponsored H.Res. 36 in early 2013. H.Res. 36 is a resolution to select a committee specifically charged to investigate and report on the attack on the United States consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Schweikert was also one of the first to sign a discharge petition for Resolution 36. Contact: Maggie Zehring firstname.lastname@example.org
· Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs: At its heart, Common Core, or as it's been renamed in Arizona, College and Career-Ready Standards, is a philosophical question. Do you believe in federally mandated standards and testing for K-12 students in Arizona schools or should that be a responsibility of state and local government? By adopting the Common Core mandate in Arizona, we have abdicated our responsibility for determining the appropriate educational standards for teaching our kids and the assessments for measuring their academic progress. I favor the repeal of Common Core, but according to the Arizona Republic, my opponents Ken Bennett and Doug Ducey "have not said whether they would replace it." That's hardly a profile in leadership. My many years of experience working with schools, including over a decade in Arizona, has taught me that we must empower the educators leading and teaching in our schools to make decisions about curriculum, budget, personnel, and standards and assessments. That sense of ownership is absolutely crucial to accountability and to sustained academic improvement. I will bring back local control over standards and assessments while protecting parental rights, school choice and charter school autonomy.
· LD14 House Candidate Susan Syfert will be at the West End Fair in Sierra Vista this coming weekend.
· The 7 Pm, Sat., May 3 Russell Pearce Show on 960 The Patriot will feature D.S. Edwards, author of ‘Collective Retribution, ’ in a discussion on America’s possible future with unsecured borders.Live call in 602-508-0960.
· Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs will speak at 10 am, May 3 at the annual Rim Country Republican Club rummage sale and ‘meet & greet’ at Rumsey Park, Ramada 5 in Payson. The rummage sale starts at 9 am.
· Wickenburg/Morristown Republicans Are Hosting A ‘Meet And Greet’ for Republican candidates from 2:30-4:30 pm, Sat., May 3 at the Chaparral Ice Cream Shop, 45 N. Tegner, Wickenburg. Congressman Paul Gosar, LD13 Senator Don Shooter and LD13 Rep Darin Mitchell have confirmed attendance. LD13 Rep Steve Montenegro and Supt of Public Education candidate Diane Douglas have also been invited. $5 admission includes coffee or ice tea. The first 30 will get free apple crisp ala mode. Contact: Ernie McCollum email@example.com
· CD3 Candidate Gabriela Saucedo Mercer And LD13 House Incumbents Darin Mitchell And Steve Montenegro (Aka The M&M Team) volunteers will walk the Whyman Precinct in Buckeye Sat., May 3. Volunteers will meet at 8:30 am at Westpark Elementary School, 2500 S 257th Ave., and walk until noon. Bring water, clip board, pens, sun screen and wear comfortable clothing and a hat. RSVP To Andrew Costanzo, Azgopvictory@Hotmail.Com or 480 677-0697 or to Sondra Duncan, Sondra.Duncan@Yahoo.Com Or 602 413-0301.
· CD3 Candidate Gabriela Saucedo Mercer And LDl9 House Candidate Sophia Johnson volunteers will join forces to walk the Orme Precinct in Avondale Sat., May 3. LD19 Campaigners meet at 9 Am at Burger King, 11445 W Buckeye Road, Avondale, Southeast Corner Of Avondale & Buckeye Roads). Bring water, clip board, pens, sun screen and wear comfortable clothing and a hat. RSVP To Andrew Costanzo 480 677-0697 Azgopvictory@Hotmail.Com or to Cherie Scott, Cherie4522@Gmail.Com.
· The May 3 Walk With CD9 Candidate Andrew Walter is scheduled from 10 am until noon in South Tempe/West Chandler. Gather in the Kyrene delas Manitas Elementary School north parking lot, 1201 W Counrtney Lane, Tempe. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8 am, Sat. May 3 for coffee/donuts at 8 am and 8:30 mtg in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundations Buildings, 14465 R H Johnson Blvd, Sun City West. Speaker: Elbert “Bick” Bicknell will discuss his position on the Maricopa County Special Health Care District. Bicknell is a former two-term New Hampshire representative and enjoyed a long career in law enforcement after graduating from both the New Hampshire and Vermont Police Academies. He is a veteran of the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, NC. $2 admission to cover expenses. Non-members should call 602-421-8877, so they know how many donuts to order.
· The May 3 LD23 Annual Breakfast Is Already Sold out to capacity. No more reservation requests can be accepted. The 8:30 am event features national speaker Barry Asmus and Congressman David Schweiker t. Legislative reports. Contact: Shirley Cordasco 480-251-7031 email@example.com.
The Pima County Republican Party Is Hosting A Spring Volunteer Fair between 10 am-2 pm, Sat., May 3 at Udall Park, Ramada 3, 7200 E. Tanque Verde Rd. ( SE corner of Tanque Verde and Sabino Canyon), Tucson. Contact: Contact Pima GOP Headquarters: (520) 321-1492 or firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Fundraiser For Maricopa City Council Candidate Marty Hermanson is scheduled at 630 pm, May 3 by host Alan Marchione (former city councilman, at 43220 W Palmen,
Dr – Villages.
· LD17 PCs Are Needed to from 9 am until noon, Sat., May 3 to walk the Dublin Precinct. Meet in the Krispy Kreme Donuts parking lot, SW side of Chandler Alma School, 1055 W Chandler Blvd. Bring Smart Phone, Ipad/Tablet & Charger (backup maps will be provided) Clipboard, Petitions, Pen, Water, Hat & Sunscreen Contact: Angi Stamm at 602 561 3817 or email@example.com
· A Petition Gathering Rally is scheduled 8:30 am, May 3 at 289 E Sage Brush St., Gilbert ., for Republican candidates Ron Bellus, Eddie Cook, Jordan Ray, Mark Brnovich, Victor Petersen and Warren Petersen. Contact: Jared Taylor 380-734-7973
· Attorney General candidate Mark Brnovich is asking for volunteers to walk Gilbert neighborhoods Saturday morning. He is also looking for volunteers to write letters to the editor in his behalf. Contact: Daniel Stefanski firstname.lastname@example.org
A Cinco De Mayo Fiesta Fundraiser For LD18 House Candidate Jill Norgaard is scheduled at 5 pm, Sun, May 4 at 11814 S Equestrain Trail, Phoenix. Hosted by Melanie Beauchamp, Ed & Lorraine Pellegrino, Tod & Suzanna Dickey, Joan Heil, Marcus Huey and Sal DiCissio. $50 per person. Dinner and margaritas. RSVP: Jill@jillnorgaard2014.com
· CD1 Candidate Adam Kwasman Schedule:
· May 4 – 1 pm, Meet & Greet, PJ's Village Pub & Sports Lounge, 40 West Cortez, Village of Oak Creek, Sedona, AZ 86351 Contact: Dwight Kadar 281-610-0725 or email@example.com.
· May 4 – 4 pm, Hoppy Grape Lounge, 2575 Arizona SR89A, West Sedona, AZ 86336. Contact: Dwight Kadar 281-610-0725, firstname.lastname@example.org.
· Diane Douglas, Candidate For Superintendent Of Public Instruction, schedule:
· May 3 – 9 am. Rim Country Republican Club Rummage Sale/Meet & Greet. By invitation, at the Rumsey Park, Ramada #5 in Payson.
· May 7 – 11:30 am. Arizonans for National Security (ANS) Luncheon at the American Italian Club, 7509 N 12th St ., Phoenix.
· May 8 – 5 pm. Meet & Greet hosted by Barbara Riley in Prescott.
· Glock 17 Gen 4 Package Gun Raffle Tickets are on sale at the YCRC Prescott Office and through Executive Committee Members at club meetings. $10 each. The package includes: A Glock 17 Semi-Automatic Pistol (9mm, 4 1/2" barrel, 17+1 Capacity), 3 magazines, Form fitted custom leather holster with Magazine holder provided by Simply Rugged Holsters in Prescott, AZ., and FFL transfer will be handled by Guns N Gear in Chino Valley, AZ. The Drawing will be held when all 300 tickets are sold. The Winner must be eligible to own and possess a firearm in Arizona. Information: (928) 776-4500.
· Former Graham County Sheriff Richard Mack will speak about his first-hand experience at the Bundy Ranch in Nevada during the Mon, May 5 Red Mountain Tea Party Patriots meeting. See calendar listing at http://archives.mcrcbriefs.org/ - Tea Party calendar – left hand column.
· Go To 5-Minute-Stump-Speeches to hear 29 five minute stump speeches given at the Sun City West Republican Club candidate forum by candidates.
· Secretary Of State Ken Bennett Has Released The 2014 Signature Requirements for congressional, statewide, and legislative candidates. Signature requirements, established by a formula set in state statute, are based upon state and local voter registration figures as of March 1, 2014. Candidates seeking to qualify for the 2014 ballot must submit their nomination petitions to the Secretary of State's Office. The first day that candidates may file petitions is April 28. The last day for candidates to file is May 28. Visit http://azsos.gov/election/2014/info/SignatureRequirements.htm for more information.
· See MCRC Calendar For Complete Listing: Http://Archives.Mcrcbriefs.Org/ Left Hand Column (In Red) - Maricopa County And State Wide GOP Activity Listings.
· Jeff-Flake-Immigration-Reform-Into-Mind We Must Pass Immigration Bill
· Arizona-State-Universities-Sex-Assault-Inquiry ASU Settled At Least Two Previous Sexual-Violence Suits
· Laurie-Roberts: A Nazi Collaborator In Arizona's Legislature? Who Knew?
· Cowboy Humor. Youtube Video.
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· Invitation to see ‘irreplacable’ . RSVP: arizonafreedomalliance.ning.com/events
· Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus on the April jobs report: “We’re happy that more Americans were able to find work last month, but more and more people are dropping out of our workforce—giving up on finding a job. These are men and women who desperately need work and want work, but with the same labor force lows from the Carter economy, there are simply no jobs for them. It’s an insult to Americans who are ready and willing to work that Democrats continue to block job-creating projects like the Keystone pipeline. It’s unacceptable that they’re taking their marching orders from left-wing activists like Tom Steyer and not doing everything possible to create more jobs. While the Republican-led House of Representatives has passed dozens of jobs bills, the do-nothing Democrat Senate just ignores them. It’s shameful that Democrats on the ballot this year prioritize placating their most extreme supporters over creating jobs for Americans.In addition to the unemployed, there are millions more who can’t find full-time jobs or who have given up on finding a job because the situation seems hopeless to them. ObamaCare is to blame for slashing workers’ hours, and its intrusive regulations, combined with Democrats’ anti-growth agenda, make it hard for businesses to hire new workers—no matter how much they want to.”
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· Fire John Boehner! It's Time To Fire The GOP House Leader. A Few Days Ago He Too The Time To Mock His Fellow GOP Representatives For Their Stance Against Comprehensive Immigration Reform Including Amnesty For Illegal Aliens.
· Teachers-Refuse-To-Do-Standardized-Tests Revolt Against Common Core