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August 5, 2014
· Chairman A. J. LaFaro Sat Down With Hank Stephenson Of The Arizona Capitol Times last week to discuss the surge of Arizona independent voters requesting early ballots for the August 26th Primary. According to Maricopa County Elections, over 50,000 independent voters have requested early ballots so far with 60% of them being GOP ballots. Here is an excerpt from the interview: Maricopa County Republican Party Chair A. J. LaFaro is one of many Republicans calling for closing the primary to fend off the moderating influence of independents. He argues that closing the primary or moving to a caucus system would give Republicans the ability to hold accountable candidates who are Republicans in name only. And the movement — motivated by fear that Independents will help select candidates who are not faithful to the Republican Party platform — is gaining momentum. “The nominating process, I think, should be reserved for those individuals who are of the party,” LaFaro said. “We’ll absolutely be looking very hard for that before the (2016) election.” See complete article: as-more-az-independents-vote-in-primary-gop-eyes-closing-them
The Maricopa County Republican Committee Executive Guidance Committee (MCRC EGC) will meet at 7 pm, Thur., Aug 7 at AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St., Phoenix. Sign-ins open at 6 pm. All possible guests required to sign-in. Only registered Republicans with a valid photo ID will be admitted. No news media, audio and/or video recording allowed. The September MCRC EGC meeting will be Thurs, Sept 4. Contact: Chairman A J LaFaro email@example.com
· Attn: Coconino, Gila, Navajo And Yavapai Counties in regards to the vacancy on the ballot caused by the unfortunate passing of Sen. Chester Crandell. While write-in candidates are not authorized for the Primary Election [A.R.S. 16-343(F)], there is still time for write-in candidates to qualify for the General Election. The deadline for filing write-in candidate nomination papers for the General Election is September 25, 2014. More information about filing as a write-in is available at http://www.azsos.gov/election/candidate/writein.htm. (A.R.S. 16-311, 16-312)
· The Ever Outspoken National Conservative Columnist Michelle Malkin minced no words when she cut loose on gubernatorial candidate Doug Ducey’s campaign manager in today’s column. “…his campaign manager’s nasty, race-baiting comments about anti-amnesty conservatives are troubling to say the least. His close ties to Common Core racketeers at Achieve Inc. and McCain Central are also unsettling. And for me, those are insurmountable obstacles.” See full column at http://michellemalkin.com/2014/08/05/endorsements-august-gop-primary-season-2/
· An item In The 8-4-14 Briefs read: Sen John McCain Is Being Courted For Endorsements by gubernatorial candidates, according to his interview with Braham Resnik regarding gubernatorial candidates campaign promises about closing the border. Viewers are wondering which candidates are courting McCain in light of the AZGOP Committeemen and most of the County Republican Committees passing resolutions condemning McCain in January 2014. McCain with Resnik
· Mystery Solved: This Morning Gubernatorial Candidate Andy Thomas wrote: “As reported by Channel 3 KTVK, and according to Sen. McCain himself, all GOP gubernatorial candidates sought his endorsement except for me. Dennis Welch of Channel 3 tweeted this fact yesterday. I forwarded his tweet onto my Facebook page, where you can confirm it. Channel 3 last night aired a clip of Sen. McCain confirming this as well.” So there you have it folks, Thomas did NOT go courting the Senator.
· Chairman Robert Graham says he did NOT ban CD8 candidate Clair Van Steenwyk from the AZGOP West Valley Victory office in Sun City, as recently alleged by Van Steenwyk. Graham said he told Van Steenwyk to apologize for his behavior during a heated dust up with volunteers in the office over whether Van Steenwyk was messing with Congressman Trent Franks campaign signs. Graham said he will not tolerate Van Steenwyk’s aggressive behavior toward office volunteers/vistors who disagree with him. Van Steenwyk will be airing his version again at 2 pm, Thursday on ‘Crossroads with Van/AZ GOP Dirty Politics’ http://www.blogtalkradio.com/van-the-radio-man
· In Chatting With Graham, who is in Chicago this evening, Graham clarified another point of confusion that is floating around the West Valley. It seems gubernatorial candidate Andy Thomas was invited to speak at the ‘Tuesday Morning Volunteers Meeting.’ Confusion arose when someone thought Graham had deemed that the volunteers could not use the Victory Office for “campaign meetings.” So Thomas didn’t address the group this morning. Graham told Briefs that he told the volunteers that the office was not be used as candidate’s individual campaign headquarters/strategy meetings etc. In other words – no candidate can just camp out in that office during office hours to do his/her campaigning or put their campaign signs/posters out front or in the parking lot. Graham says he has no objection to them inviting candidates to address their Tuesday morning meetings and he didn’t know who prevented Thomas from speaking this morning. However, he cautioned – in fairness to all GOP candidates – if they invite a candidate to speak he expects them to extend an invitation to the other GOP candidates in that specific race as well… So much for scuttlebutt, trials and tribulations, and growing pains of getting a new operation underway.
The AZGOP West Valley office is located at 10050 W. Bell Road, Sun City, AZ 85351. Phone 623-977-4532. Office hours are from 9am-5 pm, Mon-Fri and from 10 am-2 pm, Sat. Volunteers are encouraged. Voters are welcome to drop by to pick up GOP information, candidate literature, etc. Treat them nice folks. They are the life’s blood of the party. Volunteers give hours of their personal time keeping the things going.
· LD6 Representative Brenda Barton: "We have lost a dear friend and patriot. Senator Chester Crandell passed away Monday while on his ranch. He was a dear friend that made going down to the Capitol a joy as we worked to make Arizona a better place every day. Chester's passion for education and rural Arizona was admired by all and I will miss working with him. I know he will be watching over all of us and I will continue to stand up for the beliefs I proudly shared with Chester. Please keep the Crandell family in your prayers," said Barton.
· Concerned Citizens For America will meet at 6:30 pm, Aug 7 to hear incumbent attorney general Tom Horne and Secretary of State candidate Justin Pierce at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Rd., Sedona AZ 86336. Free. RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
· LD 25 Senate candidate Ralph Heap is calling for volunteers phone callers for the next few days.
· Yavapai County Republican Committee Chairman James Dutton: Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Senator Chester Crandall. His tragic and untimely death has taken us all by surprise. Senator Crandall served the people of LD6 and the State of Arizona with dignity. He strove to protect our liberties and to insure Arizona's sovereignty and independence were maintained. He will truly be missed.
· Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt and Attorney General candidate Mark Brnovich will be holding a press conference at 11:30 am, Wed., Aug 6 on the Arizona House of Representatives, House Lawn , 1700 West Washington, Phoenix. Pruitt is chairman of the Republican Attorneys General Association. They will be joined by Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery.
· The Highway 69 Republicans will meet at 6 pm, Mon., Aug 11 AT the Puerta Vallarta Restaurant, 11901 E. Hwy 69, Dewey, AZ, 86327. 5 pm social hour. Speaker: Sheriff Scott Mascher on the jail tax on the November Ballot. RSVP required. Contact June at 928-632-4661 or email@example.com
· The Fountain Hills Republican Club Primary Election Night Party is scheduled at 6 pm, Tues, Aug 26 at the Lexington Hotel, 12800 N. Saguaro Blvd., Fountain Hills. $10 cover charge. Entertainment by singer Jim Doeden, TV sets to watch election results, buffet food service. RSVP to Club Treasurer Edith Stock at Eulachris1893@gmail.com for food preparation purposes. Questions to (480) 766-1231 Tait@Elkielaw.com
· LD6 Representative Brenda Barton: I'm writing you today in sadness because we lost a dear friend and patriot. Senator Chester Crandell passed away yesterday afternoon while on his ranch. He was a dear friend that made going down to the Capitol a joy as we worked to make Arizona a better place every day. It feels like 2009 was not so long ago when then Representative Sylvia Allen and I recruited Chester to be part of the "ABC Team - Allen, Barton & Crandell" - A team brand that is still remembered today in the Mountains of Eastern Arizona. The Senator left for a one-hour ride at about 10 am Monday morning on what investigators have been told was a “new colt". When Chester did not return as planned, family members conducted a search on the DeSpain Ranch, which is north and east of Heber-Overgaard. The family members found Chester at about 2 pm on the same route that he had described before leaving. They immediately called 911 and dispatchers sent deputies and medical personnel to the scene. Family members reported that Chester had passed when they found him. His horse was found in the area. Supervisor David Tenney also expressed his sympathy and love to the Crandell family, “I have known Chet for more years than I can count. He has always been a good example of hard work, decency and fairness. His office, his phone and the gate to his ranch have always been open to friends and strangers alike, and I am so glad that I count him as one of my friends. I know that his family will be surrounded by the community in a loving, tender and appropriate manner, but there is no doubt that this tragic event leaves a great hole in our community. He has a great legacy in this area, and I am sure that we will all want to honor him in our own way. I trust that we will all do so with great respect and dignity.” Chester's passion for education and rural Arizona was admired by all. He is missed, he was a true statesman for rural Arizona, and he's riding another range & keeping his eye on us. I will continue to stand up for the beliefs I proudly shared with Chester.
· An Election Night Celebration is scheduled by the Arizona Federation of Republican Women, Region VIII (Lincoln Republican Women, Palo Verde Republican Women and Paradise Republican Women) between 7-10 pm, Tues., Aug 26 at 18 Degrees Neighborhood Grill, 9375 E Bell Road, Scottsdale AZ 85260. The free event offers big screen TVs, online election results, snacks, parking, easy private entrance, cash bar, burgers, etc. RSVP for reservations to www.azfrwelectionparty.eventbrite.com. Contact Lori Urban, AZFRW Director, Region VIII firstname.lastname@example.org 480-221-9633
· The Mamie Eisenhower Library Project (MELP) Is The National Federation Of Republican Women’s (NFRW's) oldest and most widely recognized program. Each year the Mamie Eisenhower Suggested Reading List is compiled and updated with books nominated and previewed by members of the MELP committee. These books are chosen for their topics which inspire, teach, and encourage the love of reading.This year each chapter of the AzFRW is being asked to purchase and donate to a school, library, or children's organization, a selection of children's books from the MELP list. Chairman Nancy Kay Arnold, Mamie Eisenhower Library Project (MELP) NancyKayArnold@gmail.com
·Rep. David Schweikert is accepting U.S. Military Service Academy nomination applications until Fri, Oct 10, 2014. Details about the academy application process and the nomination application process can be found website here.
· Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs and Treasurer candidate Hugh Hallman will address the Green Valley Republicans ‘Brown Bag luncheon.’ For locations contact Kay Kohler, Green Valley Republican 904-9103 or HQ 867-8811. Aug 14 guest is gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones. Aug 12 Supt of Public Instruction Diane Douglas will address the group.
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· 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/
AUG 6 EVENTS
· A Town Hall Meeting On Border Security & Federal Overreach with Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs and former Senator Russell Pearce will be held from 6-7 pm, Wed., Aug 6 at Burke Basic School, 131 East Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210. Contact: www.RiggsforAZGov.com
· LD11 Senate Candidate Scott Bartle will be featured at a 5:3pm, Aug 6 reception, hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Jim Klein, 545 W Casa Grande Lakes Blvd., North in Casa Grande. Host committee includes Bill Bridwell, Rona Curphy, Dr. Frank Davdison, Mayor Bob Jackson, AnnaMarie Knorr, Scott Lehman, Janeen Rohovit and Garland Shreves.
· Congressman Trent Franks will speak at 6:30 pm, Wed., Aug 6 at the Brand New Church, 1827 W Grovers Ave, Phoenix, Az, SE Corner 19th Ave/W Grovers Ave in the Fellowship Hall, Snacks and bottled water provided. Contribution for to help the Tea Party defray expenses.
· A Border Security Briefing will be held at 5:30 pm, Aug 6 at the Wheeler Taft Abbott Public Library, 7800 N. Schisler Drive, Marana. Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu will deliver a border security briefing to northern Pima County and Southern Pinal County residents. LD11 Smith, Leach and Finchem will also be present.
AUG 7 EVENTS
The Central Republican Women of Phoenix will meet at 6:15 pm, Thur., Aug 7 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 4000 N. Central, Phx. 5:30 pm – social hour. Speaker: Border chaos expert Jeff Prather, heard regularly on the James T. Harris KQTH’s talk show http://www.1041kqth.com/podcast/harris/267740901.html Dinner $22. RSVP TravelingTina@cox.net
· A ‘Wine & Cheese’ Reception For Scottsdale City Council Candidate Michael Auerbach is scheduled at 5:30 pm, Thur., Aug 7 at Caliber, 16074 N 78th St., #B-104, Scottsdale with special guest Mayor Jim Lane. Donations welcome. RSVP: Michael@auerbachforcitycouncil.com or 480-492-7553.
· LD29 House Candidate Aaron Borders will attend the candidate forum scheduled by Gene Derie at 6:30 pm, Aug 7 in the Villade Paz School Library, 4940 N. 103rd Ave., Phx.
The Republican Party Of Chandler, Gilbert And Sun Lakes will host a fundraiser for Chandler City Council candidates Kevin Hartke, Terry Roe and Rene Lopez at 7:30 pm, Thur., Aug 7, at El Zocalo Mexican Grille 28 W San Marcos Place, Chandler. $250 donations. RSVP to Dr. Shadow Asgari at 480-250-2106 or email@example.com
· LD23 House Candidate Jay Lawrence will be featured at a meet and greet by Members of the Ancala Country Club between 5-7 pm, Thurs., Aug 7. Lawrence will explain his opposition to Common Core, Medicaid expansion and discuss his plan for school district consolidation, a $300 million saving for the state.
· A Gubernatorial Candidate Forum is scheduled at 7 pm, Aug 7 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, 7200 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. Moderated by Erik Ketelaar and KFYI Host Jim Sharpe, and will air on KFYI. Call 888-510-1996 or www.bumpmybusiness.com for tickets.
· League Of Women Voters of Greater Tucson & Greater Vail Chamber of Commerce Forum, 7 pm, 10701 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way, Tucson 85747.
· Caliber is hosting a reception for Scottsdale City Council candidate Michael Auerbach at 5:30 pm, Thur., Aug 7 at 16074 N 78th St., Ste B-104, Scottsdale, AZ 85260. Wine and Cheese served. Special guest - Mayor Jim Lane.
AUG 8 EVENTS
· Pinal County Assessor and Pinal Power Players Host Doug Wolf Will Interview Diane Douglas, Supt of Public Instruction candidate, at 12:30 pm, Fri., Aug 8 at www.kqcklive.com Here is the link to Wolf’s Aug 1 chat with Jeff DeWit, Candidate For State Treasurer
· The Green Valley CD 2 Candidate’s Debate is scheduled for August 8 in the evening on AZ Public TV Channel 6 https://tv.azpm.org/schedules/episode/95662/
· Sierra Vista Chamber Meet & Greet, 5:30 pm, at Pueblo de Sol Country Club, 2770 Saint Andrews Dr., Sierra Vista. $10 at door, cash bar, hosted snacks. firstname.lastname@example.org
AUG 9 EVENTS
· Services For GOP Activist Margo Wittenberg are planned at 10 am, Sat., Aug 9 at the Messenger Mortuary on Pinnacle Peak/Pima Road.
· The Arizona Federation of Republican Women Region VIII has scheduled a voting workshop Aug 9 at Gainey Ranch Golf Club, 7600 E. Gainey Club Dr., Scottsdale. 9 am registration – coffee & muffins. 9:30 workshop with Shane Krauser and Cheryl Pelletier. 11 am – get out the vote. 11:45am – working lunch. $30 per person. Coffee/tea thru the morning. Limited seating. Reservations required: Contact/tickets: Lori Urban, AZFRW Director for Region VIII 480-221-9633 email@example.com
· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten is calling for supporters to “Walk For Wooten” between 8-11 am, Sat., Aug 9 starting at Purple Heart Park, 10050 East Rita Road, Tucson, AZ 85747. Wear comfortable shoes, sunscreen and a hat. Confirmed participation at at firstname.lastname@example.org or wooten2014.com
· Meet Incumbent Gilbert Town Council Candidates Victor Petersen, Jordan Ray, and Eddie Cook and Rep Warren Petersen at 7 pm, Sat., Aug 9 at a reception at the home of Grant and Amy Peterson, 2531 E Libra St, Gilbert.
· A Constitutional Studies Seminar is planned from 8:30 am-4:30 pm, Aug 9 at the Liberty Arts Charter School, 3015 S Power Rd, Mesa, AZ 85212. Cost: $10 (covers the seminar guide) Taught by Lester Pearce. RSVP to: Spencer Pearce 480-593 4540 pearce_spencer@Hotmail.com Mara Benson 480-215-6658 email@example.com or Pam Walton 480-323 6446 firstname.lastname@example.org
· LD23 House Candidate Effie Carlson:
o Aug 6 – 9 am, The Good Egg, 6149 N Scottsdale Rd.
o Aug 7 – 9 am, The Good Egg, 20567 N Hayden Rd.
o Aug 8 – 5:30 pm, Peter Piper Pizza, 15745 N. Hayden.
o Aug 13 – 1:30 pm, AZ Airtime.
· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten schedule: email@example.com
o Aug 6 – 5:30 pm, Border Security Briefing by Sheriff Paul Babeu at Wheeler Taft Abbett Sr. Public Library, 7800 N. Schisler Dr. Tucson.
o Aug 7 – 7 pm, League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson & Greater Vail Chamber of Commerce, Empire High School, 10701 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way in Vail.
o Aug 9 – 8 am, Neighborhood walk. Meet at Purple Heart Park, 10050 E Rita Road, Tucson.
o Aug 12 –5:30 pm, Meet & Greet hosted by Sierra Vista Chamber, Pueblo de Sol Country Club, 2770 Saint Andrews Dr., Sierra Vista. $10 at door, cash bar, hosted snacks. firstname.lastname@example.org
· Supt Of Public Instruction Candidate Diane Douglas Schedule:
o Aug 8 – 12:30 pm, Interview with Pinal County Power Players, hosted by Doug Wolf on
o Aug 8 – 6:30 pm, Deer Valley TEA Party, Deer Valley Airport Restaurant, 702 W Deer Valley Rd, Phx.
o Aug 11 – 7 pm, Red Mountain TEA Party Patriots Supt of Public Instruction debate at the East Valley High School, East Main St, Mesa. Doors open at 6:30pm.
WHAT CANDIDATES ARE SAYING:
· LD13 Senate candidate Toby Farmer: Today, Buckeye small business owner and LD13 Senate candidate Toby Farmer promised to donate the proceeds of his entire legislative salary to teachers during his first term if he is elected in the November 2014 election. Farmer, who has long stated that he is running for office because he believes in public service, has also been a strong proponent of business owners giving back to the community. “As the son of two public school teachers, I know what these teachers go through,” said Farmer. “They’re underpaid, underappreciated, and it seems like they are receiving less support from the legislature every year. We’ve got teachers spending money out of their own pockets on school supplies. The fact that the state is even considering a pay raise for legislators while teachers struggle is unconscionable.” Farmer announced that he would donate the entire proceeds of his yearly salary to teachers in his district in both Yuma and Maricopa counties every year of his first two-year term if elected this November. Arizona legislators are paid $24,000 per year. While the exact process has not been determined yet, Farmer noted that the nomination process would require community, student, and parent involvement from district constituents. “We have all been impacted by teachers in our lives and I know looking back, I wish I could say ‘thank you’ to all of them,” said Farmer. “I want to be a conservative and compassionate voice for the education community at the legislature. This is one small way I can show my commitment to the real heroes in our community.” email@example.com
· Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs: We've been traveling the state and continuing our sprint toward the August 26th primary. I can't believe that we're now only 21 days away from Election Day. As we get closer to that big day, we need your help to ensure we are well positioned for victory.You can help today by making a contribution of $50 or more to my campaign, by completing your early ballot and voting for Frank Riggs, volunteering to call your precinct to get out the vote, or by signing-up to help us distribute yard signs throughout the state. We're closing in on victory and you have the ability to help put us over the top. Act now and join our growing team. Thank You.
· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten: Today’s tragic, cowardly “green on blue” shooting near Kabul, Afghanistan which killed a U.S. two-star general and wounded 15 other NATO troops, including a German brigadier general is a stark reminder of the brutality of war. On behalf of the Wooten For Congress campaign team, I send our heartfelt prayers for the killed and wounded in this tragic moment. In the past two years, insurgents dressed in Afghan military uniforms have infiltrated our Afghan training units and have killed 85 NATO troops under similar circumstances. The U.S. and its NATO allies are working tirelessly to train Afghan security forces in advance of President Obama’s announced withdraw of American forces from the country. At the time of this writing, the Commander-In-Chief has offered no statement regarding the tragedy but I can only hope that in light of this and the previous assassinations on our troops by insurgents will be met with a much more rigorous background and security screening of every Afghan applicant accepted into the training programs. Further, President Obama and his Joint Chiefs of Staff should be reviewing the selection process for such security training programs and implementing rigorous safeguards to ensure no one is permitted with any ties to insurgent operatives. Taking the security measures further, a greater measure of situational awareness and protective posture must be implemented immediately to ensure any future attempts are thwarted before they materialize. Providing armed, NATO, vigilant security details to the training environments seems like a good idea to preclude further attacks. Again, our prayers are with the families of those affected by this cowardly act.
· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten: The path to victory is in front of us now. We must have the winning tally. There will be no second chances. Your neighbors, friends, and family received the Voting Guide and probably felt a small knot in their stomach. There are only about 15 pages that will even apply to you. Urge them not to shrug it off. Our only way to truly cut back government waste, fraud and abuse is to vote. Each Message: The Voter's Guide does not have any information on the Congressional Candidates. The responsibility is left to us. Having signs is not enough. We continue to increase our outreach through local events, town halls, walking and phone calls. We need to do more! Please reach out with us: (1) VOLUNTEERS make phone calls - we will give you the list of numbers and a script. Call 50 registered voters from your home. (2) WALKERS hand out information regarding the campaign message and show your support. We walk mornings, afternoons, and weekends. Please specify area and availability. YARD SIGNS reserve your yard sign or sponsor others to have a yard sign. Each contribution of $7.99 will show your support. T-SHIRTS reserve your red t shirt in ladies v neck or unisex crew neck sizes featuring the Wooten logo on the front and "We the People" on the back when you contribute $20 to our cause. ADVERTISING help us tell our story through radio and television. Our positive is backed by extensive proof through demonstrated leadership and Experience That Is Worthy Of Your Vote And Truly Will Win Back Representation For Southern Arizona!
· Attorney General Candidate Mark Brnovich: Mark Brnovich is having his second phone bank this Wednesday night, and we need you to help us make phone calls. These phone systems are the easiest. All you need to do is to call a number, punch in a pin, and the system dials for you. You just talk to voters (the system leaves voicemails for you). We will provide pizza for those who come in to make calls. Please let me know if you can make it. We really need all hands on deck to make as many calls to voters who have received their early ballots. The election could come down to who makes the most calls to voters. Thank you so much for your help and support for Mark throughout this campaign.
· Queen Creek City Council Candidate Emilena Turley: The momentum for my race is off the charts thanks to each of you, your support, kindness, hard work and service in so many ways! Please pick up those ballots that are on your counter, fill them out and walk them to the mailbox. Grab all the voters in your household and encourage them to do the same. This is an important election! If you would like my thoughts on the best candidates for other races, please let me know. Also, we have volunteers willing to pick up ballots and ensure their safe delivery for any of you who prefer hand-delivery. Our focus is to encourage everyone to get those ballots in the mail. Your vote may be the vote that results in a victory for the men and women that will best protect the freedoms we are so blessed to enjoy. Appreciate you all. Cell: 602-570-8430 firstname.lastname@example.org www.emilenaturley.com
· CD9 candidate Wendy Rogers: We’re now just 21 days away from the August 26th primary election and from taking another important step forward toward defeating Kyrsten Sinema in November. Will you help us sprint through the remaining three weeks of this primary campaign? You can help today by: (1) Chip in to help us share our message with voters across the 9th district on TV, radio, and online. (2) Volunteer to join our growing team of friends and supporters who are helping spread the word about my campaign. (3) Complete your early ballot to cast your vote for Wendy Rogers today. We’re getting so close to the finish line; we need a strong push to win the primary and to prepare for Kyrsten Sinema in the general election. Our district needs new leadership and I’m ready to serve, and ready to win. Let’s get it done.
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· One of our dearest and best died yesterday morning in a horse accident. Chester Crandell was well known for his passionate love for his family, friends, and our Republic. May God’s blessed comfort be with them. Words cannot express the sadness. - Anita Christy
ARIZONA FREEDOM ALLIANCE
· Yesterday, State Senator Chester Crandall, Republican from LD6, left on a solitary ride on his horse near his home in Heber. When he didn't return, a crew went in search and found him on the ground on the trail. It is thought that he was either thrown from his horse or fell off for some reason. Senator Crandall was an accomplished rider. Senator Crandall was a true patriot in the purest sense of the word, much loved throughout his district and always considered the needs of his constituents, the Constitution and the rule of law in his decision making. There is now a massive hole to fill in the hearts of the people he so carefully and lovingly served. An autopsy will be performed to determine the exact cause of death. Flags will be flown at half-staff as befitting this fine public servant for Arizona. Our hearts are heavy this night as we send our most profound sympathies to his family and friends and those with whom he served so respectfully in the Arizona Legislature and all who have been touched by this fine man. With blessings for the family and all liberty loving Arizonans on the loss of one of our own,
MARINE SGT. ANDREW TAHMOORESSI (Jailed In MX)
· Democrat: President 'Lied To People' About Obamacare Barney Frank Said He Was "Appalled" At The "Bad" Rollout Of Obamacare Last October.
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