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The reason Politicians try so hard to get re-elected is that they would "hate" to have to make a living under the laws they have just passed. - Author unknown
· Kudos To All Of The Republicans who had floats or participated in 4th of July parades, booths and events throughout the state. Some really neat pictures are being circulated the past couple of days. What better promos for GOP candidates and Republicans groups?
· If You Really Want To Know How Michelle Obama’s school lunch rules are flying, just ask any student how they like her menu. You will be surprised at how school lunch food they refuse to eat… and it ends up in the garbage can. Such waste!
· Coconino County Republicans outdid themselves in showing up in patriotic costumes for the Flagstaff Fourth of July parade.
· Waste Fact of the Week The VA gave $108.7 million in bonuses to executives and employees as vets awaited care during the past three years. – Congressman Paul Gosar
· The West Valley Republican Office Open House is scheduled between 10 am-1 pm, Sat., July 12 at 10050 W. Bell Road - Suite 26, Sun City, AZ 85351 (between Ace Hardware and the discount bakery at 99th/Bell Avenue.) Event includes lunch. PC training will be offered from 8-10 am, just prior to the open house. Here is an opportunity to meet AZGOP Chairman, GOP candidates and and West Valley Republican leaders and activists. Regular office hours are 9 am-5 pm, Mon-Fri and 9am-1 pm on Sat. Phone: Contact: Phyllis and Peter Lee 623-977-4532 firstname.lastname@example.org
· Andrew Costanzo, CD 3 - Maricopa County Coordinator, is asking for volunteers to join CD3 candidate Gabby Saucedo-Mercer’s campaign team to retire CD3 Democrat incumbent Raul M. Grijalva. Volunteers are needed to walk neighborhoods and make phone calls. Costanzo says with more volunteers contacting Republican voters the GOP can turn CD3 from blue to red. Contact Costanzo at 480 677-0697 or email@example.com
· West Valley Republicans need volunteers to cover the 1-5 pm shifts at the new office. They are also in need of a small microwave and a file cabinet at 10050 W BellRoad #26, Sun City. Contact: Phyllis and Peter Lee 623-977-4532 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Maricopa County Parks Dept. has some interesting evening activities planned for the coming weeks –moon light hiking at Spur Cross, moonlight paddle-crafting at Lake Pleasant, night mountain bike riding in Queen Creek, etc. Check out the list at two-month preview page.
· Did You Know? The geographic center of Arizona is 55 miles (89 kilometers) southeast of Prescott. – Paul Gosar
· Petition To Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Preibus. Petition to censure Henry Barbour for masterminding Thad Cochran’s campaign to smear Chris McDaniel and Tea Party supporters in the recent Mississippi senate race.
· Amanda Stanford Speak to the Arizona Project at the 6:30 pm, Mon., July 7 at 3375 E. Shea, Phx. Stanford will discuss how she won her court case against an establishment Republican. Contact: Ron Ludders 602-677-1496 .
The Tempe City Council Candidate Forum is scheduled at 6:30 pm, Mon., July 7 in the council chamber, 31 E 5th St., Tempe. Parking available just north of the facility. Limited seating. Council candidate Matt Papke invites attendees to stop by the Yucca Tap Room after the debate. matt papke
· The Northwest Conservatives CD2 Candidate Debate will be hosted at 6:30 pm, July 8 at Desert Sky Middle School, 9860 E Rankin Loop, Tucson. Candidates Chuck Wooten and Shelly Kais are confirmed participants. James T Harris of 104.1 KQTH is the MC. Jeff Utsch will be the moderator. Doors open at 6 pm. Submit questions prior to the debate at http://nwconservatives.com Contact: Frank Olivieri: email@example.com Sponsored by the Arizona Daily Independent.
· LD29 house candidate Effie Carlson will be featured at a cock tail party at 5:30 pm, Thur., July 8 hosted by Kelly Hart, Lisa James and Courtney Odden. see details.
· The LD11 House Candidate Debate with candidates Mark Finchem, Jo Grant, and Vince Leach is scheduled at 6 pm, July 7 at the Pima Community College, Northwest Campus, 7600 N Shannon Road.,Tucson. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (602)364-3477
· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten will address the Pima County Republican Club luncheon at 11:30 am, Tues, July 8 at the Sabbar Shrine Temple, 450 S Tucson Blvd., $11 lunch.
· Northwest Conservatives Will Host A CD2 Debate at 6:30 pm, Tues, July 8 at Desert Sky Middle School, 9850 E. Rankin Loop (Rita Ranch) in Tucson. Northwestconservatives@yahoo.com
· Frustrated With The Lack Of White House Action In Retrieving Sgt Andrew Tahmooressi from a Mexican jail, American Military News has created a petition to add to the pressure to get him released. Marine Stuck In Mexican Jail Needs Our Help
· Congressman Paul Gosar: I hope that everyone in Arizona and throughout our nation enjoyed a festive 4thof July with family and friends. I walked in the Prescott Rodeo Days Parade and spent time with my family celebrating our independence. It's important to remember the great gift of freedom and the countless Americans who have sacrificed so much to insure we still enjoy it today. And it is still important to remember as President Ronald Reagan once said:“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.” Additionally, it was an exciting week to be an American as our Men’s National Soccer Team proudly competed in the World Cup against some of the best soccer nations in the world. The team successfully survived the so-called "Group of Death" to advance to the knock-out stage of the tournament. And while the U.S. team was narrowly defeated on Thursday, they proved to the world that Americans never give up and fight till the end.
· ATTN: Candidates/LD leaders/Group Chairman: If you have sent announcements or messages to Briefs that have not been posted (except endorsements) or that I have not responded to, please resend them. I became aware over the weekend that some of your messages haven’t come through. 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/
· LD11 Conservative Team Candidates Steve Smith (Sen), and Rep Mark Finchem and Vince Leach (House) schedule: .
· July 7 – 6 pm, Clean Elections Commission Debate AZ House Candidates Candidates Mark Finchem, Jo Grant, Vince Leach at Pima Community College, Northwest Campus 7600 N. Shannon Road Tucson
· July 9 – noon, AMIGOS Face-to-Face Lunch hosted by Joe Wilhelm, General Manager of ASARCO Hayden Operations register/event
· July 12- 1 pm, LD 11 & LD 8 Conservative Candidates and Sheriff Joe Paramount Theater, Casa Grande.
· The Mohave County Board Of Supervisors Opposes the proposed new rules and policy change by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Fisheries Service (Services) related to improving the process of designating areas of “critical habitat” under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). “If these changes are applied, they will have an adverse effect on Mohave County taxpayers and businesses by designating more private land for critical habitat,” Supervisor Buster Johnson stated. According to Johnson, roughly 82% of Mohave County is already federally owned. “We have over 13,300 square miles of public land in our county already. We cannot afford to lose any more private land to the federal government,” Johnson continued. www.fws.gov/endangered/improving_esa/reg_reform.html . The comment period is open until Oct 9.
· Americans For Legal Immigration Wants Your Used Undies Sent To Barack Obama And John Boehner in response to Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) need for free underwear for the new surge of illegal immigrants crossing America's borders -- enticed by promises of immigration reform amnesty. While many Americans will be tempted to send unwashed undies, ALIPAC is reminding citizens that DC is already full of dirty laundry. Mail used underwear to Barack Obama at The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500, and John Boehner at Office of the Speaker, H-232 The Capitol, Washington, DC 20515. www.alipac.us.
· LD 23 P C's Jay Lawrence Yard Signs are now available call Jay at 602-320-9429.
· CD3 Gabby Saucedo Mercer Yard Signs can be picked up at Sat's walk or contact Andrew Costanzo email@example.com or 480 677-0697. Costanzo will deliver and install.
· Arizona Taxpayers Action Committee is asking for sponsors for campaign signs. Click here to adopt a sign!
· Candidate Yard Signs In Your Neighborhood Are Legal. The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees your right to free speech, and state law supports homeowners' rights to display political yard signs during election season -- despite HOA rules which may try to restrict your rights. Details on the law are here (toward the end of the document) and it's clear that an HOA cannot enforce sign regulations that are more restrictive than those of the city, town or county. If you are living in an HOA and run into this situation, please visit our Facebook page and tell your side of the story. AZGOP newsletter.
· Senate Candidate Dr Ralph Heap’s headquarters is calling for volunteers at 3535 E Brown Road #101, Mesa. Contact: 480-825 -7718.
· Important Dates To Remember:
· July 28: Last day to register for Primary:
· July 31: Primary Early Voting Begins:
· Aug 26 Primary Election Day:
· To Request An Early Ballot For The Aug 26 Primary in Maricopa County go here early ballot request. Pima County here. Other counties this map Don’t forget, the recorders do not forward early ballots unless you request it, so if you are out of town because you request to have your early ballot sent to your location. Don’t wait until the last minute. Those staffs are swamped during the election season.
· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten schedule: firstname.lastname@example.org
· July 8 – 6:30 pm, NW Conservative Club CD2 Debate, Desert Sky Middle School 9850 E. Rankin Loop Tucson. Contact Frank Olivieri 742-1475
· July 10 -5:30 pm, Meet and Greet Wooten: Martha Cooper Library, 1377 N Catalina Ave. Light snacks. Featuring Jeff Utsch, NCAA All-American swimmer and Navy SEALS instructor; Jeff Prather, DEA Special Agent;
· Gubernatorial Candidate Ken Bennett’s Scheduled:
· July 8 - Superstition Mountain Republican Club - Apache Junction
· July 9 - Arizona Technology Council Gubernatorial Candidate Forum - Scottsdale
· July 10 - Alliance for Construction Excellence Candidate Forum - Phoenix
· July 10 - Payson Tea Party Meeting – Payson
· Supt Of Public Instruction Candidate Diane Douglas Schedule:
· July 10 – 5:30 pm, Central Phoenix Republican Women's Club Supt of Public Instruction candidate forum dinner meeting, Hilton Garden Inn, 4000 N Central Ave. Phx. $22 per person.
· July 19 – 1-4 pm, Ice Cream Social/Meet and Greet, , 575 N. Idaho Road, Apache Junction AZ.
Contact: Beth Hallgren 602-369-2495
· Gubernatorial Candidate Scott Smith highlights his track record of reducing crime and fighting illegal immigration as Mayor of Mesa. The City of Mesa was recently rated by the FBI as the third safest big city in the country and saw major crime drop to a 40-year low. Smith credited the reduction in crime to an intense focus on efficiency, broad reforms, and focused and dedicated law enforcement professionals."Creating safe communities in Mesa is a top priority for our residents and as Mayor, I fought for tough, effective and fair law enforcement policies that brought major crime down to a 40-year low in Mesa," stated Smith. "By focusing on efficiency and implementing extensive enforcement reforms to deal with career criminals and illegal immigration, we were able to make Mesa a safer city and raise the quality of life for our families." Under Smith's leadership, Mesa was the first city in Arizona to train every sworn officer in immigration enforcement. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents were embedded within the Mesa police force, City jail personnel were 287(g) trained, and the immigration status was checked for every person arrested. The City implemented these reforms nearly two years prior to the passage of SB1070. Mesa implemented the reforms using a balanced approach that prioritized public safety with immigration enforcement while protecting basic rights. The Mesa policies were broadly supported and were never challenged in the court of law. Smith added, "As Governor, I'll work with the legislature and both state and local law enforcement to get the resources needed to successfully fight crime and illegal immigration."
See Smith's dedication to strong law enforcement policies www.votescottsmith.com.
· New-Border-Risk-ISIS-Ties-To-Mexican-Drug-Lords Expert Warns Middle East Turmoil Could Sting U.S.
· Should John-McCain-Retire? …Voters Are Tired Of Him After More Than 30 Years Of Service.
· America, The Movie. See Trailor And Get Tickets Here:
· ISIS Crucifies Christians (Warning: Graphic Images)
· Illegal Votes In Mississippi True The Vote
· Another GOP office is holding a grand opening in Arizona from 10–1 pm, Sat., July 12 at 10050 W Bell Road, Suite 26 in Sun City featuring refreshments and remarks from Chairman Robert Graham. “We have a tremendous number of volunteers who are coming in and offering to help in so many ways, and we need more space for them to work when they’re not out in the field. The more convenient it is for our volunteers and party workers, the more phone calls and door knocking can get done — and that’s the best way for our party to get each and every voter engaged in supporting our Republican candidates,” said Graham. Republicans officers recently open in Tucson and Cases Grande. In April offices opened in Pima and Pinal Counties.
MARINE SGT. ANDREW TAHMOORESSI (Jailed In MX)
· For The Latest On The Marine Held In Mexico. See Freetahmooressi.Com
· Hillary-Blamed-In-Another-Benghazi-Scandal Classified Info At Compound Required U.S. Marine Protection
· AZ Border Defenders Updated Daily
· Need2NoBorder News Watch
BUNDY/BLM STAND OFF
· Crucified - Islamic-Monsters-Crucify-Nine-Men-In Syria
· Senate-Control: Sage-Grouse May Decide Senate Control Bird Known For Mating Dance
· Muslim-Bullies-Waging-War-On-Ordinary-Americans Private Citizens Targeted With Threats, Harassment, Lawsuits
· Islam-Expert-People-Afraid-To-Tell-Truth 'The Fact Is We Can't Defend Ourselves Against This Ideology'
WAR ON WOMEN
· Isis: Give-Over-Girls-For-Sex-Jihad Posters In Public Places Tell Mosul Residents To Bring Daughters To 'Fulfill Their Duty'