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August 29, 2014
· UPDATE: Maricopa County Elections Finished Processing and counting all the ballots cast in the August 26th Primary around 1 am this morning (Sat., Aug 30) link http://recorder.maricopa.gov/ElectionResults_CS/eresults.aspx The Democrat Official Observer and myself were there all evening as County Elections worked tirelessly to finish tabulating the election results. Observing these dedicated individuals these past two weeks, along with all the Republican and Democrat Citizen Boards, has given me a new found respect and appreciation for teamwork. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors are scheduled to Canvass the election results on Wednesday, September 3rd. Have a great Labor Day Weekend, - MCRC Chairman A. J. LaFaro
· Arizona’s counties continue to tabulate ballots from the 2014 Primary Election. The following table details the ballots left to be counted, including early and provisional ballots. State law gives the counties five business days, until the end of Wednesday, September 3, to verify and process the remaining early and provisional ballots. Election results are unofficial until the Canvass, and by way of gentle reminder, our office does not “call” elections. A state canvass to certify official election results for federal, statewide and legislative races is scheduled for September 8.
COUNTY Estimated Outstanding Ballots as of Close of Business: 8/29/2014
EARLY PROVISIONALS TOTAL
APACHE ‐ 893 893
COCHISE ‐ ‐ ‐
COCONINO* 905 984 1,889
GILA ‐ 600 600
GRAHAM ‐ ‐ ‐
GREENLEE ‐ ‐ ‐
LA PAZ ‐ ‐ ‐
MARICOPA 26,000 10,000 36,000
MOHAVE ‐ 250 250
NAVAJO ‐ ‐ ‐
PIMA 250 1,905 2,155
PINAL ‐ ‐ ‐
SANTA CRUZ ‐ ‐ ‐
YAVAPAI 152 467 619
YUMA ‐ 3 3
TOTALS 27,307 15,102 42,409
* Not tabulating over the weekend
· Election Results: See election tallies at Sec of State [Click Here] or Maricopa County Recorder: recorder.maricopa.gov/ElectionResults_CS/eresults.aspx
· Precinct Committeemen elections: The precinct level results are the very last reports created at the canvass. We are tentatively scheduled to canvass on Sept 3 which is subject to change. Kristi Passarelli – Maricopa County Recorder’s Office.
· The Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Executive Guidance Committee will meet at 7 pm, Thur., Sept 4 at GOP Headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St. All possible guests will be required to sign-in. Only registered Republicans with a valid photo ID will be admitted. No news media, audio and/or video recording will be allowed. Registration opens at 6 pm. Agenda: Primary Election debriefing and preparations for the November General Election. Contact: Chairman A J LaFaro email@example.com
· Note From MCRC Chairman A J LaFaro: I know these past two weeks have been non-stop craziness for all of us. The reason many of you haven't seen me or heard from me is because I've been working 16 hour days, every day, providing leadership to the thousands of registered Republican and Republican PC volunteers that are working tirelessly to ensure the primary election cycle goes smoothly. We should wrap up tomorrow if everything continues to go well. The general public has no clue the complexity of an election cycle. Every registered voter should volunteer to help work an election. Oops I forgot, an overwhelming majority of them don't even vote.
· Arizona Republican Party Chairman Robert Graham has sent a third letter to the Democrat nominee for governor of Arizona asking for more information about the nominee’s career as a lobbyist. Graham asked Democrat candidate for governor and lobbyist Fred DuVal about his efforts to direct corporate money into a slush fund for Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico, who was later nominated by President Obama in 2009 to be his Secretary of Commerce. Richardson withdrew his nomination when a federal investigation began into whether he had exchanged lucrative government contracts for political contributions. Fred DuVal was director of a political committee, Si Se Puede PAC, that accepted contributions to benefit Richardson — contributions which were from a corporation that was seeking a billion-dollar contract with the state while Richardson was governor. "Arizona voters especially need to know the full extent of your activities with Si Se Puede PAC, which appears to be nothing more than a personal slush fund for former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson.”
· Gov Jan Brewer Today Issued An Executive Order establishing the Governor’s Office of Faith and Community Partnerships and the Arizona Council on Faith and Community Partnerships. The Office and Council will promote and strengthen partnerships between state agencies and faith-based and non-profit organizations to support and provide benefits, goods and services to vulnerable populations most impacted by the recent fiscal crisis, including children, the elderly, disabled and low-income residents. Enhanced collaboration, communication and outreach will encourage service and volunteerism, increase self-sufficiency and improve the overall quality of life for Arizonans. View here: http://azgovernor.gov/dms/upload/EO_082914_2014-06.pdf
· Talk show host and former Sen Russell Pearce will be giving away three pairs of tickets for the Sarah Palin/Dinesh D/Souza event scheduled Sept 4 at the Grand Canyon University Arena -- to first three callers during his 6 pm, Sat., Aug 30 radio talk show. The tickets are the middle-tiered tickets normally priced at $65 each. Listen at www.960thepatriot.com or call in to 602-508-0960 while he chats live with Dusting Romney on his book "The Rule Of Law" How And Why We Must Amend The Constitution. Pearce regularly takes on tough issues critical to grassroots conservative Republicans and Tea Party Patriots.
· Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson Was Recently Appointed by the National Association of Counties to serve as a member of the Public Lands Steering Committee. “With nearly 50% of Arizona lands being under federal control, issues related to federal land management have a great impact on Arizona residents,” Johnson said. Info on NACo’s Public Lands Steering Committee, visit: http://www.naco.org/legislation/policies/Pages/PL.aspx
· The City Of Phoenix Youth And Education Office is seeking individuals interested in serving on the Youth and Education Commission. The commission is charged with advising the Mayor, City Council and city management on ways to enhance educational strategies and promoting positive youth development.
· ‘Dennis Michael Lynch Returns’ from 7-9 pm, Oct 4 at the Virginia Piper Theater, Scottsdale Civic Center mall, $20 per ticket. VIP reception on Oct 3 - $60 each. Organized by DML Present & Liz Alcorn Committee. RSVP: arizonafreedomalliance.ning.com/events/event/show
· Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson has been reappointed as Vice-Chair to the National Association of Counties (NACo) Cyber Security Task Force.
· Former LD Chairman Keith Morrow: It seems intuitively obvious to me that illegal aliens coming in through Mexico have blocked our native born Black youth from entry into the Trade Route for jobs, business founding, and the resultant wealth therefrom. Granting amnesty to illegal aliens legalizes and enforces this major blocking of Black youths future. Editor’s Note: Anyone wanting to pursue this discuss with Morrow can exchange thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org
· CD2 Martha McSally’s Campaign Manager Weston McKee is out beating the bushes for funding to to close the almost $500,000 gap that Democraft incumbent in Ron Barber has over them. “Without you we won’t be able to catch Ron Barber and we won’t make it to Election Day,’ writes McKee. Contribute here: mcsallyforcongress.com/contribute/
· Two Mohave County Developmental Service Division employees from the Building Division received state recognition for their role in public safety and customer service at the annual Arizona Building Official (AZBO) Business Meeting in Flagstaff last month. Sam Eshak, Plans Examiner/Building Inspector was named as the AZOB 2014 Building Inspector of the Year, and Sonja Claw received the AZOB 2014 Award of Merit.
· Arizona Game And Fish And US Fish And Wildlife Service officers met with Senator John McCain and Mohave County officials at the Willow Beach Hatchery to discuss what needs to be done in the long run to fix the problems with the rainbow trout stocking program. The USFWS stopped stocking rainbow trout at the Hatchery in December. According to Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson, the estimated economic loss to the region due to the stoppage would have been around $74 million per year. “Our river communities depend on sport fishing. It is a major economic driver for our county,” Johnson explained. “The Arizona Game and Fish Department provided roughly 21,000 juvenile rainbow trout to be raised and stocked through the Hatchery. While this solution will save the trout stocking program in the short run, the intake pipe must be fixed in order for the hatchery to continue the program for years to come,” Johnson said.
· Audit Reveals EPA Using Decade-Old Data To Pass Strict Regulations, according to Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has passed hundreds of very strict and costly environmental regulations related to carbon emissions. Before passing these regulations, the EPA is required by law to conduct and publish Regulatory Impact Analyses, also known as RIAs. According to a new audit by the nonpartisan U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), the EPA has been basing their RIAs off of decades-old data. “The EPA is using data that dates back to the 1970s for some of their new regulations,” said Johnson. “The economics of today are drastically different than they were back then. These strict regulations are costing people their jobs and killing economic growth in this country. With today’s technology, there is no reason the EPA cannot gather information and analyses based on current data … Based off the information from these reports by the GOA and Inspector General, we must ask how many of these regulations were passed based off of outdated, fraudulent data,” Johnson questioned. “Putting an additional burden of $46 billion per year on the American people during a time when everyone is trying to recover from this generation’s largest economic downturn is not good economics. Any new regulation that effects the lives of American citizens should be completely analyzed with the most current and up-to-date data available,” Johnson said.
· The First Military Police Transition Training Program (MPTTP) held their graduation in Lake Havasu City this past month. The graduation ceremony was put together by the Western Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy. MPTTP is a program designed to allow Military Police Veterans the opportunity to receive training to become Police Officers in the State of Arizona upon their return to civilian life.
· Destroying Political Signs is a Class 2 Misdemeanor (ARS 16-1019 –political signs http://www.azleg.gov/ars/16/01019.htm ) if caught and prosecuted. If you see someone destroying or messing with Republican political signs in Maricopa County , please photograph them and take the photos to the victims or send them to MCRC Chairman A J LaFaro email@example.com
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· 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 30 EVENTS
· A ‘March For Israel’ For Supporters Of Israel is planned at 8:30 pm., Sat., Aug 30 in downtown Tempe to support its right to defend itself. The group will gather at protest the Zia Records, 105 W University Dr and march in downtown Temp for 60 to 90 minutes, concluding at the park at Tempe Town Lake. Contact: Mike Renzulli, Group Organizer - Phoenix Objectivists http://phoenixobjectivists.blogspot.com
Aug 31 EVENTS
· The Center For Arizona Policy, Payson Ministerial Association, and Payson Mayor Kenny Evans invite you to a Praise & Worship Rally from 4-6 pm, Sun., Aug 31 at Rumsey Park Ball Field #2, 400 N McLane Rd., Payson, AZ. Rain out location – Payson First Church of the Nazarene, 200 E Tyler Parkway, Payson. Free event for whole family. Guests: Cathi Herrod of Center for Arizona Policy, Pastor Kelly Woolridge of Payson First Assembly, Isaac Bradford of Calvary Chapel, Pastor Rich Richey of Payson First Church of the Nazarene and the Payson Honor Guard. Flier Poster 602-424-2525.
SEPT 1 EVENTS
· A Coffee Chat with Councilman Gates is scheduled at 8 am, Tues., Sept 1 at the North Mountain Business Alliance, 1951 West North Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85021. Guest: Josh Bednarek- Phoenix Planning and Development Department. RSVP not required. Contact 602-262-7441 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT 2 EVENTS
· The Surprise Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm, Tues., Sept 2 in the Grand Canyon Room of the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 W R H Johnson Blvd., Sun City West., AZ. to hear a presentation by Sharon Rondeau (via Skype), editor of the Post & Email tell the story of retired naval Commander Walter Fitzpatrick along with the judicial corruption which Walter discovered in the Monroe County, Tennessee grand jury system.
SEPT 3 EVENTS
· The Yavapai County Republicans 5-8 pm, Sept 3 ‘Goldwater Remembrance & Unity Rally’ in commemoration of the kick-off of the 50th anniversary of Barry Goldwater’s presidential campaign on the courthouse steps in Prescott will be celebrated at the Hotel St. Michael’s Ballroom, 205 W Gurley St., Prescott (corner ofGurley/Montezuma). Free parking at Prescott Parking Garage (behind hotel). All general election candidates are invited. Free event with hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar. Goldwater presidential campaign items will be on display, including buttons, banners and other campaign paraphernalia. Bring your own memorabilia and memories of Barry Goldwater and plan to share them, too. Souvenir Patron rosette ribbons have been sold out. However, there is still one Sponsor rosette ribbon still available for $100.00. They are on display at the Yavapai County Republican Committee office, 112B E. Union Street, Prescott, AZ 86303. If you would like to be a part of this historical event, you can call us at (928) 776-4500 or go online to Barry Goldwater Event to reserve your ribbon today. For additional information contact L.G. Mace, Event Coordinator and Yavapai County Republican Committee 2nd Vice Chair at (928) 776-4500 or email him at email@example.com.
SEPT 4 EVENTS
· Grand Canyon University Will Host “United We Stand” at 7 pm, Sept 4, with Sarah Palin and Dinesh D'Souza. 1/2 Price Tickets at www.960thepatriot.com and use code AZGOP for the discount.
SEPT 5 EVENTS
· Dr. Ben Carson Will Address The ‘Wake Up America’ Dinner scheduled Fri., Sept 5 at the Westin Kierland Resort in Phoenix. The fundraiser is the official launch for Wake Up America as a online media network – an alternative to today’s media.. Limited to 500. firstname.lastname@example.org 602.482.0017
SEPT 6 EVENTS
· The University Of Arizona College Republicans Unity Rally And Fundraiser Featuring Congressman David Schweikert is scheduled at 6 pm, Sept 6 at the Radisson Suites, 6555 E Speedway Blvd., Tucson. Doors open at 6 pm. Meet and greet candidates and local organizations with a three course dinner. Tickets $35 per person or $65 per couple. Table for 8 - $325. Proceeds will benefit the University of Arizona College Republicans. RSVP: email@example.com.
· A Celebration Of Life Will Be Held For The Late Tommy Tucker at 2 pm, Sept 6 at Vista de la Montana United Methodist Church, 3001 E Miravista Lane, Tucson, AZ 85739. Services were held in Iowa earlier this month. Tucker. who passed away Aug 2. , was the Pinal County Republican Committee First Vice-Chairman since 2012. He served as the Chairman from 2006-2008. See obituary page for more details.
· The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am, Sat., Sept 6 at the Sun City West Foundations Building (Quail Room) 14465 R H Johnson Blvd., Sun City West Arizona. Doors open at 8 am with coffee/donuts. $2 donation. Speakers: Senator Judy Burges, LD22 Representatives Phil Lovas and David Livingston, and LD22 Chairman Eric Morgan. All candidates in attendance will be given time to speak. First time visitors are asked to call 602-421-8877.
WHAT CANDIDATES ARE SAYING:
· Supt of Public Instruction Candidate Diane Douglas: Because of your hard work and support, Tuesday night turned into a Resounding Victory! At last count, we are ahead by 16 points.Our campaign received the largest number of Republican votes of any contested primary. I would like to express my deepest gratitude and thanks for your part in this victory! Now comes the hard part. We need to win in Novembers and early voting starts in just six weeks. Please make sure your friends are registered to vote before the General Election if they are not registered or if they need to update their voter information. Arizona Republican Party Victory Tour: This Friday, August 29th, I will join the tour at the following locations. Please bring your friends to find out more about the campaign.
Sierra Vista: 10 am at Veterans Memorial Park, 3105 E. Fry Blvd, Sierra Vista, AZ.
Nogales: 2 pm in Nogales, Chamberlain Distributing Inc, 2731 N. Donna Avenue, Nogales, AZ.
Green Valley: 4:30 pm, dinner at Best Western Green Valley Inn, 111 S. La Canada Drive, Green Valley, AZ. $35 per person, RSVP to Jennifer Bontrager.
ICYMI: Here is video of my Election Night interview with Channel 5.
ICYMI 2: Listen to my recent interview on the Seth Leibsohn Show.
Thank you again for your support.
· Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Ducey: This week has been a whirlwind. With Tuesday night's win, my campaign's momentum is growing at a breakneck pace. I want to be governor of all the people, and I welcome anyone and everyone who wants to join my broad coalition. Over the coming weeks I'll be talking to Arizonans across the state and working hard to expand that coalition Arizonans across the state and working hard to expand that coalition. Here are some of the highlights from this week:
1. With your help, Tuesday night, I became the GOP nominee for governor.
2. On Wednesday morning, Mitt Romney, former Massachusetts governor and Republican presidential nominee, endorsed my campaign.
3. We released our first television ad of the general election. watch it, opportunity and don't forget to share with friends. If you like the ad, please make a donation today to keep our ad on the air.
4. Last night was the most successful ice cream social of the campaign yet! Thanks to Gov Jan Brewer, Congressman Trent Franks, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Arizona GOP Chairman Robert Graham, Arizona GOP State Treasurer Nominee Jeff DeWit and the more than 150 people who came out last night!
See you on the campaign trail, and again, thank you for your continued support!
· Former CD2 Candidate Shelly Kais: With heartfelt gratitude-I want to thank you for the many hours of campaign support you have given. Whether we were addressing envelopes, putting up signs, walking neighborhoods, gathering signatures, talking strategy or any of the activities we did, I was overwhelmed with the support that you showed to me and the campaign. To those who were far away and made contributions, you helped make it happen. We have so much to be proud of, and I want each of you to know of the many emails I have personally received commending the work of our campaign team and supporters for our outstanding efforts. It is an awesome experience to run for office and meet the amazing people of Congressional District 2 on the journey. Jim and I are proud to call Southern Arizona our home and are proud to be called Arizonans. As I get back to my business now, I am eager to begin to release new products that I am sure will be better for what I have learned from you and the constituents of Congressional District 2. Moving forward, we need to work to elect and re-elect our Republican candidates, build our party in Southern Arizona, and continue to uphold the values of the Republican party. My sincere thanks to my family, friends, and supporters.
· Former LD23 Senate Candidate Jeff Schwartz: Thank you. While the results of Tuesday's election were not as we had hoped, the experience of campaigning with the support of old friends and new ones made along the way made every minute worth it. Although 12,942 voters (and still counting!) in LD23 cast their vote for me, I fell short of securing the Republican nomination for State Senate. Regardless of the outcome, I want to tell you how thrilling it was to run this race. The opportunity to serve the constituents of this Legislative District was what propelled me to fight the good fight, and I can proudly say that I gave it my all. The most important thing I have learned from this election is that having a voice and being engaged are both fundamental and essential in order to obtain a positive future for our community. I commit to you that I am not done. I strongly encourage all of you that found your voices this election season, to continue on the path of engagement. Our community needs each and every one of us to be informed and educated about the issues that impact our state, and what impacts the state truly impacts the nation. Your voice, your vote, is important. I thank you each and every one of you. I am incredibly humbled by your belief in me, and that trust is something I will always treasure. Please join me in supporting Doug Ducey for Governor and the Republican team. Let's continue to fight the good fight together, as our story is not yet done!
· Former Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs: I've congratulated Doug Ducey and told him that he has my endorsement and full support in the General Election. I promised to support our Party's nominee when the question came up during the primary campaign. Scott Smith, Christine Jones and Ken Bennett all made the same pledge and I encourage them to keep their commitments despite whatever differences they may have with Doug. Doug Ducey will make a far better governor than Fred DuVal. DuVal claims he helped implement welfare reform at the federal level. The fact is that the Republican Congress forced President Bill Clinton, for whom DuVal worked, to pass welfare reform legislation in 1996 (the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act) after Clinton had twice vetoed similar bills. I know, because I served in Congress at the time and co-sponsored and voted for the legislation which instituted time limits and work requirements for welfare recipients, and was a cornerstone of the Republican Contract With America. Doug Ducey, like the governors of other states who endorsed him, is a conservative who believes in and will fight for more state autonomy over the delivery of welfare services and other essential services like K-12 education and Medicaid health care for the indigent and truly needy. I will work for his election and stand ready to assist him and his administration in addressing the formidable challenges facing our state, if I can be of service.
· Attorney General Candidate Mark Brnovich: When I got into the race for Arizona Attorney General nearly a year ago, many of the political “experts” said it was a lost cause. Statewide incumbents simply can’t be beaten in the Primary Election, the pundits said. So, I couldn’t be prouder of what we accomplished this week when nearly a quarter-million fellow Arizonans joined this campaign in saying we deserve better from our Attorney General. We toppled the incumbent and now march toward the General Election on November 4th. I couldn't have done it without you. I want to thank my family, friends, and everyone who believed in this campaign over the course of the past 11 months. I have been truly humbled by your words of encouragement, financial donations, and – most important – votes of support. Our work is not done. The General Election is less than 70 days away; early voting begins October 9th, and I am facing a well-funded, liberal Democrat whose attack machine is already in motion. My campaign is bracing for an onslaught of outside money from the likes of billionaire George Soros and ultra-leftwing groups. They want to take me down and install one of their own as Attorney General of Arizona. I need your help. donations here
· Attorney General Candidate Mark Brnovich: There are many important races this election cycle, including for Governor. But the stark reality is it may not matter much who our next governor is if we don’t have an Attorney General who’ll enforce the law. With the Obama administration running roughshod over the Constitution, suing the State of Arizona at will, and taking unprecedented executive actions that threaten our economy and border security, we can’t afford an Attorney General who’ll be a rubberstamp for the far Left. Unlike my liberal opponent, I’ll fight back against Barack Obama. I’ll defend Arizona against the drug cartels, gang members and criminals who target our families - just as I did in my career as a state and local prosecutor. The stakes for this election are too high to allow Democrats to seize control of the Attorney General’s Office, giving Barack Obama a direct pipeline into Arizona during the final two years of his presidency. Will you please donate today? $25, $50, $100 or more -- whatever you can afford is greatly appreciated and will support my campaign to be your next Attorney General. Since day one, my pledge to you has been to restore integrity to the Office of the Attorney General, and to fight for all Arizonans. I won't let you down.
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· Riggs Outlasts Kimball Maricopa-Stanfield JP Race
MARINE SGT. ANDREW TAHMOORESSI (Jailed In MX)
· How ISIS Would Get Into The Homeland Top Terror Organizations Know Our Border Vulnerabilities “Better Than Many Law-Enforcement Officers Do.”
· AZ Border Defenders Updated Daily
· Need2NoBorder News Watch
· Dem Sen Caught In A Big Scandal That Could Help The GOP Take The Senate: Mary Landrieu Is In Full Damage Control Mode
· Jimmy-Carter-Refuses-To-Cancel-Speech-For-Hamas-Front Terror-Tied Group Featuring Former President At Fundraiser
· The Media At War With The Obama Administration? Obama, The “Greatest Enemy To Press Freedom In A Generation.”
GOV RICK PERRY
LAW & ORDER
· Explosion-Of-116-Rallies-In-Support-Of-Ferguson-Officer Americans Back Border Agents, Demand Return Of U.S. Marine In Mexican Jail
· The Agricultrual Resource Management Plan In VA Environmentally-Driven Encroachment: Regulating Farming, Compliance With Environmentalist Demands, Control And Tracking Of The Food Supply, Water Supply, Land Use
COMMON CORE/AGENDA 21
SECRETARY OF STATE
· Obama-Named-In-Rico-Lawsuit Accused Of Laundering Funds To Terrorist Organization Hamas
· CIA-Expert:Obama-Switched Sides-In-War-On-Terror 'America Has Moved Toward Its Muslim Enemies'
· The Deadly Combination Of Obama And The UN Will Indenture Civil Society Meanwhile, Has Anyone Noticed How The Sound Of The Chirping Crickets Has Suddenly Changed To The Snorting Of Pigs At The Trough?