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The West Valley Republican Office Open House is scheduled between 10 am-1 pm, Sat., July 12 at the new location, 10050 W. Bell Road - Suite 26, Sun City, AZ 85351 (between Ace Hardware and the discount bakery at 99th and 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 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
West Valley GOP Office offers Precinct Committeeman (PC) training. Open to any PC. 8-10 am, Sat, July 12 West Valley GOP Victory Office, 10050 W. Bell Road, #26, Sun City. Learn about the structure of the party, the role and responsibility of a PC, and how being a PC impacts elections. RSVP so they can plan accordingly. Contact: Chris Herring at email@example.com or 510-861-9600 or www.LD21.org
LD23 Senate Candidate John Kavanagh is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for removing 11 of his campaign signs that were placed along Shea Boulevard between Scottsdale Road and 142 Street, as well as Scottsdale Road around Thunderbird Road. Anyone with information about the missing signs can call Kavanagh at 480-837-5612 or contact Scottsdale police. See full story kavanagh-missing-signs-reward
· LD13 House candidates Darin Mitchel, Steve Montenegro and Diane Landis’ signs disappeared along Hwy 60 - between Wickenburg and Surprise. See July 9 and 10 Briefs http://archives.mcrcbriefs.org/ Also see July 9 Briefs for complete print out of ARS 16-1019 – Political signs.
· According To Doug Nintzel, Public Information Officer For The Arizona Department Of Public Transportation, “ If campaign signs that are incorrectly placed within state highway right-of-way boundaries are collected by ADOT crews, they are taken to maintenance yards and are kept there for a couple of weeks to give campaigns some time to pick them up.” Candidates whose signs are missing in Wickenburg should check with the ADOT Wickenburg Maintenance Yard, 600 E Wickenburg Way (US60) Monday morning.
· Chino Valley GOP Activist Sue Goodchild had “an awesome day” when she had lunch with Ted Nugent prior to his concert in Prescott. “A neat down to earth guy...went to the concert tonight as his guest which was great fun. He sure speaks his mind and I love that...and what a patriot he is! We need him to run for office!” she said.
· Travor Lakey Will Return To The Arizona Project at 6:30 pm, Mon., July 14 to further instruction on blogging techniques and social media. “It’s time to flex our muscle,” comments Chairman Ronald Ludder. The group meets at 3375 E. Shea Blvd., Suite 2Phoenix, AZ 85028 602.677.1496
· Mohave County Supervisors Buster Johnson reports that the Center for Digital Government (CDG) and the National Association of Counties (NACO) have awarded Mohave County’s Information Technology (IT) Department with a 2014 Digital Counties Survey Award.
· A Meet & Greet Is Scheduled For Gilbert City Council candidates Jordan Ray, Victor Petersen, and Eddie Cook and guest Attorney General Candidate Mark Brnovich at 7:30 pm, July 15 at 4147 E Lexington Ave., Gilbert. Host Committee: Derek & Heather Madsen and Adam & Kim Baugh.
· The Republican Party In Chandler, Sun Lakes And Gilbert is hosting a ‘Greet, Meet, Eat and Hit the Street’ at 9 am, July 19. Lunch will be served at noon (after the walk) at Floridino’s, 590 N Alma School Road #35, Chandler. Victory T-shirts will be provided for attendees.
· LD18 Senate Candidate Tom Morrissey will be featured on the 6 pm, Sat., July 12 Russell Pearce Show on KKNT 960 The Patriot. Morrissey is a former AZGOP Chairman and former Chief Deputy of the U.S. Marshal's Office. Call-ins 602 508-0960 www.ThePatriot.com
· Walkers Will Be Out In Force In LD19 Sat., July 12 for CD3 candidate Gabby Saucedo Mercer, LD19 Senate Candidate Joseph Hobbs, LD19 House candidate Sophia Johnson, and White Tanks Justice of the Peace Candidates Daniel Pearson and David Osterfeld. Walkers will meet at 8:30 am at the northeast corner of N. Dysart Rd. and W. Thomas Rd. in Avondale. They will walk from 9 am until noon. Bring water, sun screen and wear comfortable clothes. RSVP to Andrew Costanzo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480 677-0697 or to LD 19 Chairman Cherie Scott, email@example.com.
· The Maricopa Republican Club has scheduled a fundraiser for the Maricopa School District between 6-8 pm, July 12 at the Duke Golf Course. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
· Concerned Veterans For American ( AZ Chapter) Accountability Breakfast/Workshops are scheduled for
· July 12: 8:30 am, Granite Reef Senior Center, 1700 N Granite Reef Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85257. RSVP
· July 26: Location TBD - Chandler, AZ. RSVP
· Yavapai County GOP Activist Sue Goodchild is hosting a 10 am to 2 pm, Sat., July 12 ‘Freedom Phone Bank BBQ’ at 1906 W Road 2 South, Chino Valley. Free lunch (BBQ Beef, Pulled pork, slaw, cornbread, dessert, beverages). RSVP: Judy Hoelscher email@example.com (480) 290-1751.
· A Conservative Candidate Roundup is scheduled from 1-4 pm, Sat., July 12 at the Paramount Theater, 420 N Florence #4, Casa Grande, featuring Sheriff Joe Arpaio, LD8 and 11 Senate And House Candidates Darla Dawald, Irene Littleton, Wayne Bachman, Mark Finchem, Vince Leach And Steve Smith, School Board Candidate Mark Maurer And Mike Voelker, Maricopa City Council Candidate Vincent Manfredi, State Treasurer Candidate Jim Dewit, Justice Of The Peace Candidate Roger Valdez, CD1 Candidate Adam Kwasman, and Supt of Public Instruction Candidate Diane Douglas.
· A Doug Ducey ‘Ice Cream Social’ is planned between 2-3 pm, Sat., July 12 at the home of Rep Debbie Lesko, 6740 W Corrine Dr., Peoria, AZ 85381. RSVP by Fri, July 11, 2014 to Cylee Gutting, Cylee@dougducey.com or 602-842-2014.
· CD9 candidate Andrew Walters will host his volunteers to a BBQ lunch after the Sat. July 12 neighborhood morning walk in Ahwatukee from 9-11 am. Meet at the Western Star Park, 4425 E Western Star Blvd, Phx to start the walk. please RSVP Volunteers can make phone calls from the campaign office from 9am-5 pm workdays at 1243 E. Broadway Rd. #105 (west side of the building), Tempe, AZ 85282. Contact: Deputy Campaign Manager Adam Levy 480-447-5492.
· Andrew Costanzo, CD 3 - Maricopa County Coordinator, Is Asking For Volunteers To Join The 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 Andrew@Theirishgifthouse.Com
· The Fr. Patterson Knights Of Columbus Council #3121 has joined with the AZ East Valley Pro-Life Alliance in hosting a 2 pm, Sun, July 13 “You Are a Masterpiece” presentation at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 644 E. Chandler Road, Chandler. Ice cream social to hall. Free admission. Donations accepted. RSVP: 480-216-7217 or E-Mail: Life@EVProLifeAlliance.org DVD’s will be available for $15.
· A ‘Meet & Greet’ For Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs is scheduled at 5-6:30 pm, Sun., July 13 at the home of Christine and Aaron Accurso, 1107 E Phelps St., Gilbert, AZ 85295. Adults only. RSVP: Darcie at 480-437-1033 Darcie@RiggsforAZGOV.com
· Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney and Pam Barney are hosting fundraiser for gubernatorial candidate Scott Smith at 7 pm, Mon, July 14 at their home, 22448 E. Queen Creek Road, Queen Creek. Event hosted by Councilwoman Julie Wheatly, Jason Barney and Kimberly Mlazgar. Dessert will be served.
· Buffalo Wild Wings Is Offering a special to help raise money for CD3 Candidate Gabriela Saucedo-Mercer Mon, July 14 at their 1390 W. Irvington Road, Tucson. 15% of proceeds with benefit the campaign. To obtain a coupon, go to: www.gabbyforcongress.org Copies of this ticket required.
· Meet And Greet Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs At Mazy's, 396 W Road 3 North In Chino Valley At 3:30 Pm., Mon, July 14.
A Call Center Training Session For Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs and Supt of Public Instruction candidate Diane Douglas campaign workers is scheduled Fri., July 18 and Sat., July 19 at the Brand New Church, 1827 W Grovers, Phx., 85023. The center will operate from 4-8:30 pm, each day. Dinner and drinks to be provided. Volunteers should contact Wes Harris 602-942-9281, 602-432-2871 (Cell), firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack Biltis And Terry Schmidt Invite You to an evening of ‘Alcohol, tobacco and Firearms’ in support of CD9 candidate Andrew Walter from 5-8 pm, Fri., July 18 at the Scottsdale Gun Club, 14860 N Northsight Blvd., Scottsdale, Arizona 85260. Expert Package - Access to the Private Range, Shoot the M249, M4 & Glock 18 , 250 Rounds of Ammunition -$1,000 per person. Sharpshooter Package - Access to the Private Range, Shoot the MP5 , 50 Rounds of Handgun Ammunition - $500 per person. Marksman Package - Access to the Private Range, Shoot the Glock 18, One Box of Handgun Ammunition - $250 per person. Cocktails And Cigars Served After Shooting Is Complete. RSVP: Grace Funk at 760-641-0534 or email@example.com
· Author and national columnist Joanne Moudy will address the Sun City West Republican Club at 8:30 am, Sat., Aug 2 at the SCW Foundations Building (Quail Room) 14465 R H Johnson Blvd., Sun City West. Doors open at 8 am – coffee and donuts. $2 donation to cover expenses. Moudy is a graduate of the University of Colorado with a degree in Fine Arts. After owning a successful business she entered the military and served as a officer for nine years. At the age of forty-one she returned to college to earn her degree in nursing, and specialized in emergency nursing until retirement. Joanne is an Ambassador for Alliance Defending Freedom with a focus on the sanctity of life issues - primarily discussing how Common Core & Planned Parenthood are linked together and undermining the innocence of our children in public schools. She is also an acclaimed author just having written a new thriller, "The Tenth" which is getting rave reviews on a national level. She will make her presentation and then open the floor to questions. Contact: 602-421-8877.
· Today, Congressman Matt Salmon announced his 10th bill in a series of proposals to cut wasteful and duplicative federal spending. After introduction of the latest bill, which would eliminate funding for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), Salmon said: “Here again, we see an example of the U.S. taxpayer burdened by an unaccountable, private entity that receives millions in taxpayer dollars annually to provide grants for artistic expression. There is no question that artistic expression should not be sanctioned or censored by government. At the same time, government should not compel taxpayers to subsidize works they find objectionable, such as the controversial work by Andres Serrano titled, Immersion (Piss Christ), which received $5,000 in taxpayer funds. At a time when the United States is over $17 trillion in debt, we should be looking to spend our money on causes and programs that unite and protect our nation. The National Endowment for the Arts is an agency that, at best, inserts government into the freedom of artistic expression from which it should remain carefully separated. At worst, the NEA favors certain works and excludes others, picking artistic winners and losers.”
· Congressman Trent Franks, co-chair of the Congressional Israel Allies Caucus and a ranking Republican member of the House Armed Services Committee, today took to the House floor to slam Obama for an “unprecedented act of cowardice and betrayal” in the Administration’s response (or lack thereof) to the barrage of rockets that have been launched at Israel this week. see one-minute video . Transcript: “Mr. Speaker, last month, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas openly united with the evil terrorist group, Hamas, and this very moment they are raining rockets down upon the innocent citizens of Israel. Half of all Israelis have sought cover in bomb shelters across their tiny country. And the Obama Administration has had the reprehensible gall to praise Abbas as someone who is “committed to non-violence and…cooperation with Israel,” and to further proclaim in an Israeli newspaper that, quote “Finally, peace is possible! Mr. Speaker, I thought nothing this President could say or do would surprise me anymore, but his flushed and breathless rush to embrace terrorists launching rockets at Israeli children is an unprecedented act of cowardice and betrayal. America’s fleet should this minute be off the coast of Israel,and the world, including Abbas, Hamas, and Hezbollah, should know that. America’s arsenal of freedom stands ready to defend our most precious ally in the world.”
· Congressman Paul A. Gosar In Support Of The State Of Israel And The Ongoing Attacks Against It: “For Decades, We Have Heard That Israel Is Our Biggest Ally In The Middle East. I Stand Firmly Behind That Manifesto. I Was Pleased To Hear That President Obama Picked Up His Presidential Telephone To Call Prime Minister Netanyahu, But I Believe That We Need To Send A More Defined Message To Israel’s Foes: If You Are Israel’s Enemy, Then You Are An Enemy Of The Unite States. I Introduced An Amendment To The FY15 National Defense Authorization Act In Order To Fully Support Israel’s Lawful Exercise Of Self-Defense, Including Actions To Halt Aggression. It Is Time That Our Actions Speak Louder Than Our Words. Recently, Israel Intercepted Iranian-Funded Weapons Headed For Gaza. Unfortunately, This Is Part Of A Long Culture Of Providing Weapons And Rocket Parts To Terrorist Cells Based In The Gaza Strip. Therefore, Israel Should Have The Absolute Right To Protect Her Citizen’s From Attacks Launched By Hamas Terrorists. If We Do Not Stand In Support Of Israel, We Will Witness The Demise Of Our Greatest Ally In The Middle East Due To Lack Of Support And Action From The White House. I Urge All My House Colleagues To Remain Committed Towards Pushing This Administration To Firmly Stand Behind Israel.”
· West Valley Republicans Need Volunteers to cover the 1-5 pm shifts. They Are Also In Need Of A Small Microwave And A File Cabinet For The Newly Opened Office At 10050 W Bellroad #26, Sun City. Contact: Phyllis And Peter Lee 623-977-4532 Mdcyclist@Live.Com
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· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten schedule: firstname.lastname@example.org
· July 12 – 9:30 am, LD14, Benson City Counsel Chamber, 120 W. 6th Street Benson
· July 14 - House Party for Chuck Wooten in Oro Valley
· Gubernatorial Candidate Ken Bennett’s schedule:
· July 12 – 1:30 Pm, Lake Havasu City Tea Party Gubernatorial Forum
· July 16 - 6:15pm, West Valley Republican Legislative Districts Gubernatorial Forum
· Supt Of Public Instruction Candidate Diane Douglas Schedule:
· July 12 – 10-11 am, West Valley GOP office grand opening, 10050 W Bell Road, #26, Sun City.
· July 12 – 1-4 pm, candidate event with Sheriff Joe Arpaio at 420 N. Florence St., Casa Grande. .
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· Gubernatorial Candidate Ken Bennett: The principles of being good neighbors as countries are the same principles as neighbors on a street. If someone wants to visit or stay a while, they call ahead, arrive at the front door, we meet them at the front door, and welcome them in with open arms. They don’t hop the fence, sneak into the garage and live out of the freezer. Time and time again, Arizona has suffered from our federal government’s inaction related to illegal immigration. Now, President Obama is requesting a $3.7 billion bailout to fix a problem exacerbated by his inaction. First and foremost, the federal government must act to secure the border. Secondly, we MUST streamline the process of legal immigration. As Senate President, I led the charge to pass immigration legislation that would have put our state in a better position to deal with border security today. The bill would have invested millions for high-tech radar detection systems, interdiction efforts, detention facilities and an allocation for the National Guard to enhance border security. It was incomprehensible that Governor Napolitano vetoed the bill at the time. Illegal immigration impacts Arizona every day, and the time for excuses and posturing has long since passed. As Governor, I will push for additional resources for DPS and our National Guard to support federal law enforcement officials along the border. The border can and will be secured. And we’ll do it without breaking the bank, or waiting for the federal government.
· Editorial: Bill-Montgomery-Tom-Horne Pot, Meet Kettle. Why Bill Montgomery Is Wrong
· Laurie Roberts: Adult-Protective-Services-Mummified-Body How Much Privacy Does A Dead Woman Need?
· Robert Rob: Sorry Set Of Attack Ads In GOP Gov's Races
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· Megyn-Kelly-Puts- Down Nancy-Pelosi-Ringer-Sexist-Hobby-Lobby-Rant Pelosi May Never Recover After This Incredible Megyn Kelly Beatdown “News flash: all birth control that was legal before this decision remains legal today!"
· Dinesh-D’Souza-Braves-Debate-With-Three-Leftists-And-Wins Crushing This Liberal Panel On MSNBC Was A Piece Of Cake For Dinesh D’Souza "...America fought a war to end it."
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