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August 6, 2014
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It fits.” – Former Phoenix City Councilwoman Frances Barwood
· Funeral Services For Senator Crandell will be held Saturday, August 9, at the LDS Church, 1858 AZ Highway 260, in Heber. The viewing is from 8:30 am to 10:30 am., followed by the funeral service at 11 am. Anyone wishing to send their condolences to Senator Crandell's wife, Alice, and the family may send cards to their home: 1837 Despain Street, Heber, AZ 85928. Please keep the family in your prayers. We will all miss our friend, Senator Crandell. Contact: Sylvia Oliver- Sr. Executive Assistant - Arizona State Senate 602-926-3843 firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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
· An Interesting Twist. An item in the 8-4-14 Briefs noted that: 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
· This Morning Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs Wrote: “I did not meet nor have I ever spoken with Sen. McCain about my candidacy for Arizona Governor. I can't put it any more emphatically or succinctly than that. There is absolutely no basis for his inference that I sought his endorsement. I deliberately did not seek his endorsement, or for that matter, the endorsement of any member of the Arizona congressional delegation. My own service in Congress speaks for itself. Rick Santorum's endorsement of my candidacy says it all. He and McCain have been at odds for years, going back to when they both served in the U.S. Senate.”
· On 8-5-14 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.”
· Hmmm….Riggs and Thomas didn’t go courting McCain. So, who was McCain referring to? Christine Jones? Doug Ducey? Scott Smith? Ken Bennett?
· Precinct Walk And Get Out The Vote with CD 3 Congressional Candidate Gabby Saucedo Mercer, LD 4 Candidates Dr. Connie Uribe (AZ Senate) and Richard Hopkins (AZ House) this Sat, Aug 9. They will meet at 8:30 am and walk from 9 to 12. Meet at the Walgreens , 25073 W Southern Ave. Buckeye, AZ 85326 (SE Corner of Southern and Miller Rd). They will finish walking Hopeville Precinct in Legislative District 4, Buckeye. Bring water, a clip board, sun screen and an extra friend. Wear patriotic, comfortable clothing and a hat. Don't worry if you have never done this before, we will team you with someone who has. RSVP to Andrew Costanzo at, firstname.lastname@example.org or 480 677-0697.
· On Advice Of Counsel, CD8 Candidate Clair Van Steenwyk will not be commenting on his recent claims of eviction from the AZGOP West Valley Victory Office in Sun City on his 2 pm, Thur, Aug 7 ‘Van The Radio Man’ talk show as previously announced. See story Republicans Ban Candidate From Sun City Headquarters
· AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham: We are sad at the loss of our friend Senator Chester Crandell. I was privileged to be with Chester last week as we celebrated the pioneer founders of the area he represents. His loss is a huge blow to the Republican Party, his family, and the many friends he has in this state. Chester Crandell was known in the Arizona Senate as a hard worker, whose only goal was to do what he thought was right. In the coming days, as we celebrate his life, our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family.
· A ‘Women Warriors Of The Senate’ Fundraiser, featuring scrumptious homemade dessert by LD22 Sen Judy Burges, LD14 Sen Gail Griffin, LD15 Sen Nancy Bartos, LD21 Rep Debbie Lesko, LD15 Sen Kelli Ward and LD20 Sen Kimberly Yee will be held from 4:30-6:30 pm/. Tues, Aug 19 at the home of Susie Stevens, 6116 N 38th Place, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253. Meet the fantastic incumbent ‘Women Warriors’ candidates, enjoy a tasting contest, watch cooking demos and meet several 2014 Arizona Miss winners with their crowns/sashes. Hostess Committee: Janna Day, Shelby Fletcher, Molly Greene, Deb Gullett, Becky Hill, Gretchen Kitchel, Laura Knaperek, Courtney LeVinus, Emily Ryan, Kathy Senseman and Susie Stevens. RSVP to Stevens by Aug 15 at email@example.com If you can’t make the event, contributions can be sent to them individually at:
o Judy Burges - P. O. Box 5361, Sun City West, AZ 85376
o Nancy Barto for Senate - P.O. Box 71297 Phoenix, AZ 85050
o Gail Griffin for Senate 2014 - PO Box 628 Hereford, AZ 85615
o Debbie Lesko - P.O. Box 5292 Peoria AZ 85385
o Kelli Ward - 1990 McCulloch Blvd. #D-228, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
o Kimberly Yee for Arizona - P.O. BOX 83561 Phoenix, AZ 85071.
· Senator Russell Pearce: Oh, how he will be missed. Chester is my cousin, friend and a great man and a great family man. I do not have all the details but want everyone to know that Chester will be missed. I pray for his family and friends in this terrible loss. May God comfort them and be with them through all of this. Arizona also will have lost a favorite son. I will miss Chester Crandell.
· LD20 Sen Kimberly Yee was on local KPXQ radio station today discussing the importance of faith, family and restoring values in America.
· AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham was at Republican National Committeemen meeting in Chicago yesterday. Today he was in the ER with a son who broke his foot in two places when his ATV landed on him.
· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten’s red ‘Wooten for Congress’ T-shirts are now available. Order at http://www.wooten2014.com/
· Fred Taylor’s S/W Prostate Cancer Foundation’s Radio Show slated for 10 am, Thur., Aug 7 looks interesting. His guests include Sen. Michele Reagan will discuss health issues with Taylor, Dr. Tursha’ Hamilton and Lois Owens. Council member’s Ian Hugh, Norma Alvarez and Gary Sherwood, three of the four Council member’s who voted to approve the Hotel and Casino project in the City of Glendale, will be on tap to chat about what happens after Senator’s John McCain & Jeff Flake proposed a bill to kill the project in its tracks. The development would provide over 3000 new jobs at no expense to the taxpayers of Glendale. www.swprostatecancer.com
· Peoria City Council Candidate Dr. Ken Krieger Will Hold A Press Conference At 10:30 Am, Thur., Aug 7 At 301 W Jefferson - On The Plaza In Front Of The Maricopa County Administration Building To Outline And Discuss One Of The Most Bizarre Political Developments In State Election History. Krieger’s Name Has Been Left Off Of The Primary Ballots Twice – Once On The Originals And Again On The Reprints.
· Attorney General Tom Horne and other Attorneys General have reached a $35 million settlement with Pfizer Inc., (parent of Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Inc.) to resolve allegations that Wyeth unlawfully promoted Rapamune, an immunosuppressive drug currently approved by the FDA as prophylactic for organ rejection after kidney transplant surgery. Arizona’s portion of the settlement is $721,169, which will be deposited into the Consumer Fraud Revolving Fund. “The use of deceptive acts or practices, or misrepresentations in connection with the sale or advertisement of goods or services, is unlawful under the Consumer Fraud Act,” Horne stated. “Our Office will continue to take action against anyone who engages in such unlawful acts.” This case was handled by Assistants Attorney General Noreen R. Matts and Stephen Emedi.
· Gubernatorial Candidate Scott Smith will host an event with Governor Jan Brewer at 9:30 am, Thur., Aug 7 at Cubs Park, 2330 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Mesa, AZ 85201.
· The Mesa Maryoral And City Council Candidates Forum will be held at 7 apm, Thur., Aug 7 in the Mesa Council Chambers, 57 East First St, Mesa, AZ (map) Doors open at 6:30 pm.Mayoral candidats John Giles and Danny Ray, District 5 city council candidate David Luna and Robert Cluff, and District 6 candidates Trevor Hansen and Kevin Thompson. Moderator: Joanna Allhands. Sponsored by the Mesa Republic. E-mail questions to firstname.lastname@example.org The forum will be broadcast live on Mesa’s Channel 11, live-streamed online at mesachannel11.com and live-tweeted on mesa.azcentral.com
· Gov Jan Brewer Will Attend A Fundraising Reception for attorney general candidate Mark Brnovich at 5:30 pm, Wed., Aug 13 at The Adobe Restaurant at the Arizona Biltmore, 2400 E. Missouri Ave., Phx 85016. Event Chairman – $2,000 per person ($4,000 per couple). Event Co-Chair – $1,000 per person ($2,000 per couple). Host Committee – $500 per person ($1,000 per couple). Individual Tickets – $250 per person ($500 per couple). RSVP to Daniel Stefanski at Mark@Mark4AZ.com or 623.451.1729. Online contributions via credit card at www.mark4az.com
· The AZGOP Is Hiring Ballot Collectors In Casa Grande for the Primary Election. Collecting will take place Monday through Friday, 4-8pm and Saturdays, 10am-6pm. Work anywhere from 8-28 hours per week. Space is limited. Inquire soon. Contact: email@example.com
· LD15 Rep. Heather Carter Receives Arizona Association Of County School Superintendents Award today in Prescott. Carter, who is a ranking member on the House Education Committee, was also recognized as “A Champion of Courage and Common Good” by the Arizona Business and Education Coalition earlier this year. “Heather Carter is an outstanding, conservative principle-based leader, and an extraordinary leader and spokesperson for true ‘Re-engineering Arizona K-12 Public School Education’. Her goals are tied to broader public and private interests affecting education, political, social and economic issues that will ensure a highly productive and robust Arizona economy and future,” stated Don Covey, the Maricopa County Superintendent of Schools.
· CD9 Candidate Wendy Rogers is asking for volunteers to make campaign phone calls from 10 am-5 pm, Sat. Aug 9 at 3030 S. Rural #120, Tempe AZ 85282. Food and drink provided. RSVP to Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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 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.
· 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 email@example.com
· 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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
· 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 email@example.com 480-221-9633
· 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.’ At noon, Thur., Aug 7. 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.
· 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. Messages can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com 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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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. email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or Pam Walton 480-323 6446 email@example.com
· LD23 House Candidate Effie Carlson:
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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. email@example.com
· 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:
· CD3 Candidate Gabby Saucedo-Mercer: Republicans we are out-numbered in Southwest Maricopa County but we can win in this midterm election with your help. Every vote counts. Get family, friends, and neighbors involved. Share campaign literature, engage your neighbors, make phone calls, display a lawn sign, host a candidate “Meet and Greet,” and donate to our candidates. Contact CD 3, Maricopa County Coordinator, Andrew Costanzo at, firstname.lastname@example.org or 480 677-0697. (1) Yard Signs - will deliver/install. Have signs for: Governor - Andrew Thomas. Secretary of State - Wil Cardon, Attorney General - Tom Horne, Treasurer - Jeff Dewit, Supt of Public Instruction - Diane Douglas, Corporation Commission - Doug Little and Tom Forese, LD 4 Senate - Dr. Connie Uribe, LD 4 House - Richard Hopkins, LD 13 Senate - Don Shooter,
LD 13 House - Steve Montenegro and Darin Mitchell, LD 19 Senate - Joseph Hobbs - Write In Candidate, LD 19 House - Sophia Johnson,
Maricopa County Supervisior #4 - Clint Hickman, and Maricopa County Supervisior # 5 - Mark Riddles. (2) Get out the Vote in Buckeye for CD3 candidate Gabby Saucedo Mercer on Sat., Aug 9. (3) LD4 House candidate Richard Hopkins needs $5 Clean Elections contributions. Click for E-QUAL Any registered voter in LD 4 may contribute; Aug 19 deadline. (4) LD19 Sen Write in candidate Joseph Hobbs needs $5 Clean Elections contributions. Click for E-QUAL (AZ Sec. of State). Any registered voter in LD 19 may contribute. Deadline - Aug. 19. (5) Precinct Walk and Get Out The Vote with CD 3 Congressional Candidate Gabby Saucedo Mercer, LD 4 Senate Candidate Dr. Connie Uribe and House candidate Richard Hopkins on Sat, Aug 9 from 9 am-noon. Meet at 8:30 at the Walgreens , 25073 W Southern Ave. Buckeye. (SE Corner Southern/ Miller Rd). With enough help we will finish walking Hopeville Precinct. Bring water, a clip board, sun screen and an extra friend. Wear patriotic, comfortable clothing and a hat. If you have never done this before, we will team you with someone who has.
· CD2 Candidate Chuck Wooten: Please take this opportunity to encourage all of your friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors to attend the candidate forum tomorrow night (7 pm, Thur., Aug 7 at Empire High School, 10701 E Mary Ann Cleveland Way, Tucson) . It is so important that we all do our best to make an educated choice in the primary. I want to earn the votes and I encourage everyone to come in person and judge for themselves. There is a clear choice in terms of what I have to offer in experience and message. If you want to change Washington, you must vote for candidates that demonstrate their experience and integrity. We've heard enough of the talking points and talking around the subject at hand. Change will come when we all stand together and demand it.
· Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Ducey: Come join America’s toughest sheriff, Joe Arpaio, for a super Saturday at our campaign headquarters. Sheriff Joe will be at our headquarters this Saturday, August 9th as we make calls to reach as many voters as possible. We'll have free pizza and soft drinks, so come volunteer Saturday afternoon. These next few weeks are critical. Please respond to this email if you think you can come in. We need your help, so join us on Saturday in support of Doug Ducey.
· Treasurer Candidate Jim Dewit: The good news is that I'm leading in the polls. The bad news is that they still think I have two T's in my last name. There is still 61% undecided so we need your help to spread the word. Here's a link to the Gravis poll if you'd like to check out the other races. Another poll I was honored to win was held at a recent Maricopa County Republican leadership meeting where a sample ballot was passed out to party leaders. It's great to have grassroots support. Here is how the votes were cast: Jeff DeWit: 26 Votes (67%), Randy Pullen: 9 Votes (23%) and Hugh Hallman: 4 Votes (10%). Early voting has begun and the election is on August 26th, only 22 days away. I would be honored to have your vote, and please share this with friends and family. Together we can win this!
· Gubernatorial Candidate Scott Smith: The Arizona Republic just reported our campaign is only 2% behind Doug Ducey. See the poll below.What does this mean? Voters are increasingly supporting my campaign as they hear my positive message highlighting my experience as a businessman and Mayor combined with my vision to create a better Arizona. We just need to keep our latest television spot on TV to continue to communicate with voters throughout Arizona. That is where you come in right now. donations. The Arizona Republic – August 6, 2014 GOVERNOR'S RACE: Doug Ducey - 23%, Scott - Smith 21%, Christine Jones - 13%, Ken Bennett - 12%, Andrew Thomas - 10%, Frank Riggs - 5%, Undecided - 16% (Click here to read the entire poll article.
· CD2 Candidate Martha McSally: Did you know that ballots are already being cast for the August 26 primary election? Early ballots were sent out last Thursday, and already people are filling ballots out and sending them in. This is a great opportunity to remind friends, family, coworkers and anybody you meet to fill out an early ballot for Martha. Early ballots can be requested at: (1) For Pima County, click here. (2) For Cochise County, please call the Cochise County Recorder's office at: (520) 432-8350. In 2012, 75% of votes cast in the primary were done through early voting, which is why we need your help to get-out-the-EARLY-vote for Martha. Join us this Saturday, August 9th at our offices in Tucson or Sierra Vista to knock on doors or call early ballot voters. McSally Headquarters – Tucson, 4400 E. Broadway Blvd Suite #510, Tucson, AZ 85711 or McSally Headquarters - Sierra Vista, 942 E. Fry Blvd, Sierra Vista, AZ 85653. Can't make it this weekend but still want to help? Sign up to serve as one of our Poll Watchers on Election Day. Our poll watchers help ensure votes are cast in the appropriate and legal manner and are a crucial part of our Election Day operations. Please email me at email@example.com or give me a call at 520-488-4610 to sign up. We're looking forward to a great weekend of getting out and talking to voters and hope you can join us! firstname.lastname@example.org - (520) 488-4610.
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