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· Popular American Legend Ted Nugent is the speaker for the Republican Party of Maricopa County’s Lincoln Dinner scheduled at 7 pm, March 28 at the Scottsdale Hilton Resort, 6333 N Scottsdale Road., Scottsdale, AZ 85250. The annual event recognizes precinct committee for their work over the past year. Nominations must be processed by LD Chairman by March 15. If someone has a recommendation for a MVP Precinct Committeeman for their life work or their work this past year, they should contact their LD chairman immediately, according to Chairman Tyler Bowyer, who will be master of ceremonies. Executive Director April Riggins will chair the event, co-chaired by Liz Alcorn. Co-hosts include Congressmen Matt Salmon, David Schweikert and Trent Franks, County Attorney Bill Montgomery and Sheriff Joe Arpaio - who will take part in the awards presentations. Dinner tickets are $60 for precinct committeemen. Sponsorships are $1,000 per table or $125 per seat (available until sold out). $250 – Chairman’s Circle, VIP Greet and photo (following the dinner). Registrations open at 5:30 pm. Doors open at 6:30 pm, Dinner at 7 pm. Checks payable to the Republican Party Of Maricopa County, C/O Liz Alcorn, 12040 N. 133rd Way Scottsdale, AZ 85259. RSVP or questions: Liz Alcorn at (602) 315-0349. Tickets online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ted-nugent-at-lincoln-day-dinner-2015-tickets-16036792478
· Memorial Services will be held at 3 pm., Sat., March 7 for LD24 Precinct Committeeman William ‘Bill’ Boyd who has passed away. He and his wife Alice have been PCs for decades in LDs 26, 27 and 24. A service is scheduled at the Grace Chapel, 8524 E Thomas Road., Scottsdale, AZ 85257.
· AZRRT Call To Action And Activity Report 150306 - 2115 See Jose Borrajero’s weekly update on what’s happening at the Arizona legislature. Fresh post every Friday.
· The Mohave County Republican District 2 Lincoln Dinner is scheduled at 5:30 pm., Sat., March 7 at the El Rio Country Club, Mohave Valley. Speakers: Congressman David Schweikert and Sen Kelli Ward. Contact: 928-234-0838 email@example.com
· Former Dem Phoenix Mayor Terry Goddard hosted a Porch Party Fundraiser this week to Stop Dark Money influence in Arizona. Briefs remembers when Goddard was mayor. The “Dark Money” Republicans would do well to pay attention. He means business.
· LD27 PC Art Olivas has been trying to get a walking list of his precinct for over three weeks now. For heaven sakes, can’t someone at the head shed (AZGOP HQ) get him a walking list??? He is getting more and more frustrated by the day… and his e-mails show it.
· And Speaking Of The AZGOP, no one has responded to reader questions as to who elected or appointed the “District Caucus Chairmen” during the Jan 24 AZGOP Statutory meeting. A more fitting name probably would have been “Caucus Facilitator” as they were appointed by AZGOP to facilitate the Caucus meetings. Jez, a simply answer in late January would have stopped a lot of questions and disgruntle commentary.
· Pima County GOP Chairman Bill Beard recommends Tucson Republicans provide input to the City Charter proposals at 5 pm., March 10 at the El Pueblo Neighborhood Center, and at 5 pm., March 12 at Morris K Udall Regional Center.
· Congressman Matt Salmon: As chairman of the Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, I convened a hearing entitled, “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Prospects for Greater U.S. Trade”, where we heard from policy experts as to the importance of expanding our trade ties with Asia through the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Introductory statements on TPP and the importance of the hearing can be found here.
· The Gila County Republican Committee Lincoln Dinner is scheduled at 6 pm., March 20 at the Rim Golf Club, Payson. Speakers: Congressman David Schweikert and Attorney General Mark Brnovich. Contact: 928-951-6774
· LD21 Sen Debbie Lesko: Governor’s Ducey And The Legislature's Budget Proposal focuses on putting more money in the classroom. The proposal increases K-12 classroom funding by $160 Million and reduces K-12 non-classroom funding by $113.5 Million, for a net increase in education funding. Unfortunately, communications from some of the school superintendents focus only on the cuts and don’t mention the proposed increases. Telling parents about proposed cuts to non-classroom funding and then not telling the parents about the proposed increases to classroom funding is disingenuous. Documentation from the Joint Legislative Budget Committee shows that all school districts will receive a net increase in education funding. According to the latest AZ Auditor General Report, Arizona schools spent 53.8% of their funding in the classroom, compared to the national average of 60.9%. I’m a Peoria School District parent. In a recent survey, Peoria Unified School District asked parents if they prefer a 4 day school week over cutting personnel such as school bus drivers and cafeteria workers. Perhaps a better question would be …do parents prefer cutting administration costs over cutting school bus drivers and cafeteria workers? I have a feeling the answer would be yes. Debbie Lesko - Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee
· George Khalaf is the new New Political Director at AZGOP headquarters in Phoenix. Khalaf ran the AZGOP Victory 2014 GOTV operation and is the past Deputy Chief of Staff for Maricopa County Supervisor Denny Barney. He was a senior member of a national grassroots program that had offices in 16 target states .
· Buckmaster Keeps A Lively Friday noon radio talk show going in Tucson. Today’s lineup included Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll (R-District 4), The Friday Roundtable featuring Dan Shearer - editor Green Valley News and Sahuarita Sun, and Jim Nintzel, senior writer for the Tucson Weekly and host of Zona Politics TV, along with Weekend Watch host Matt Russell, food and beverage columnist for Inside Tucson Business. Buckmaster airs on Tucson's AM 1030 KVOI The Voice with live streaming, podcasts and show archive at www.BuckmasterShow.com Call in on the LiveLine at 520-790-2040.
· The Mohave County GOP District 1 Lincoln Dinner is scheduled at 5 pm., April 22 in Kingman. Speaker: Gov Doug Ducey. Contact: Kingman, 928-279-3950
· A Summit to Fix Veterans Healthcare is planned at 6 pm., April 13 at Steele Indian School Park Memorial Hall. Details: here.
· Congressman Matt Salmon: This week I introduced H.R. 1327, the ORDEAL Act which would put a halt to the most expensive regulation in American history: the EPA’s revised National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). At a time when our economy is struggling to recover, this regulation is the last thing we need. My press release on the ORDEAL Act can be read here. I also attended two hearings this week in the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. The hearing held by the full Foreign Affairs committee was titled, “Ukraine Under Siege”, and focused on the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, where Russian instigation has torn the nation in two. A video of my questions to State Department Assistant Secretary Victoria Nuland on the situation is available here.
· The AZ Chamber Leadership Series, hosted by talk show host Hugh Hewitt, featuring Wisc Gov. Scott Walker is scheduled at noon, March 25 at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel, 340 N 3rd St., Phx. Registration 11 am. Register Now $105 – member, $125 non-member. Contact: Cylee Gutting Send an Email or az-chamber-leadership-series-gov-scott-walker
· Congressman Matt Salmon: This week the House voted to fund the Department of Homeland Security for the rest of this fiscal year. While many have applauded this vote, I feel it has endangered our Constitution—subjugating the powers of Congress to an out-of-control executive intent on placing fiat over duly enacted legislation. During the debate, I spoke on the floor to object to the funding measure. On Tuesday, the House passed the Senate Amendment to H.R. 240, the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, by a vote of 257-167. The Senate Amendment to H.R. 240 makes appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) through the end of Fiscal Year 2015. Standing Up for the Constitution Link
· Congresswoman Martha McSally will join other female aviation pioneers at 9:45 am, Sat., March 7 to speak at the “Women In Flight Showcase” hosted by the Pima Air and Space Museum. The event celebrates the achievements of women in flight and coincides with Women’s History Month. McSally was our nation’s first woman to pilot a fighter plane in combat and command a fighter squadron and completed four assignments at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. She retired from the U.S. Air Force as a full Colonel in 2010 after 26 years in service. Other speakers include
ü 9:45am - Opening remarks from Congresswoman Martha McSally
ü 10:00am - Aerospace Engineer Laura McGill talks
ü 11:00am - Aerospace engineering historian and author Jean-Vi Lenthe talks
ü 1:00pm - Pilot Maj. Christina Brannon, USAF talks
ü 11:15am-1:00pm – Time to explore the exhibit and meet with the women who contributed to it
ü Dorothy Cochran, Smithsonian Curator
ü Lindsey Goss, Marketing Manager at GossHawk Unlimited, Inc.
ü Dr. Barbara Harper, 2010 Arizona Aviation Hall Of Fame
ü Melanie Keuhn, Retired US Army Aviator
ü Jean-Vi Lenthe, Author of Flying Into Yesterday
ü Trish Thompson, Retired US Army Aviator
ü Catherine Wyler, Film Producer
Admission to the museum is $15.50 for adults, $12.25 for Pima-County residents and FREE for members.
· The PIMA AIR & SPACE MUSEUM is one of the largest aviation museums in the world and the largest non-government-funded in the U.S. On displayed:
ü the SR-71 Blackbird (the world’s fastest spy plane);
ü a B-29 Superfortress (the WWII bomber that flew higher, farther and faster plus carried more bombs) that flew in the Tokyo Fire Bombing and Victory sorties;
ü the world’s smallest bi-plane and jet (a James Bond “toy”);
ü the C-54 (the Berlin Airlift’s star flown by the famous “Candy Bomber” Col. USAF (Ret.) Gail Halvorsen, a Tucson-area resident);
ü the Boeing 737-300 airliner, the world’s most popular commercial jet as one takes off every three minutes;
ü plus planes used as renowned-contemporary-artists’ canvases, including Brazilian graffiti artist Nunca;
ü See more than 125,000+ historical artifacts, including a moon rock donated by Tucsonan and Astronaut Frank Borman.
ü Explore five large hangars totaling more than 189,000 indoor square feet—four+ football fields—of air/space craft, heroes’ stories and scientific phenomena. The 390th Memorial Museum (an independent museum located on the grounds, included with admission) and two hangars are dedicated to WWII. Pima Air & Space maintains its own aircraft restoration center.
ü It also operates exclusive tours of the “Aircraft Boneyard,” aka the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) on the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, plus offers a docent-led tram tour of its 80 acres (additional fees apply). Pima Air & Space Museum is located at 6000 E. Valencia Rd., just off I-10 exit 267, in Tucson. See www.pimaair.org, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PimaAirAndSpace, or by calling 520 574-0462.
· Congressman Paul Gosar Tidbit: Route 66's longest remaining intact stretch is between Selligman, AZ and Topock, AZ, according to Gosar.
· Congressman Matt Salmon: On Wednesday, the House passed H.R. 749, the Passenger Rail Reform and Investment Act of 2015, by a vote of 316-101. While it made several important changes, H.R. 749 reauthorized appropriations for the National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak) for FY 2016-2019, continuing government involvement in an industry in which it should not be spending your tax dollars. For this reason I voted against it.
· Upcoming Maricopa County Parks Wildflower Programs schedule:
· March 7, 2 pm, Wild for Wildflowers - Usery Mountain Regional Park
· March 8, 2 pm, Wild for Wildflowers - Usery Mountain Regional Park
· March 11,18, 25, 9 am, Wildflower Wed - White Tank Mountain Regional
· March 13, noon, Wild about Wildflowers - San Tan Mountain Regional Park
· March 14, 9 am, Wildflower Walk - Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area.
Participants are encouraged to bring plant books and cameras on the hikes. Trails used vary from week to week depending upon the abundance and variety of wildflowers. www.maricopa.gov/parks
· Updates On AZ Firearms Bills: See AzCDL www.azcdl.org/html/bill_tracking
Latest Actions On Bills: www.azleg.gov
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
SATURDAY, MARCH 7
Congressman David Schweikert and Sen Kelli Ward will meet with Mohave County GOP District 2 Republicans at 6:30 pm, March 7 at the El Rio Country Club, Mohave Valley, 928-234-0838 firstname.lastname@example.org
· Pima County Republicans are having an Open House between 4-7 Pm., Sat., March 7 in their new location, according to Chairman Bill Beard. Light refreshments and snacked will be served at 17 West Wetmore Road #300, Tucson.
· The Central Arizona Friends Of NRA Banquet is scheduled at 6 pm., March 7 at the Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, 10426 E Jomax Road., Scottsdale. Doors open at 4 pm. Tickets: email@example.com or L. Boring 602-741-7159.
· CANCELLED: The LD20 Has A Fundraiser Yard Sale has been cancelled. Contact: Chr Ray Malnar at 602-931-3408 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
· Pro-Life Event: Back By Popular Demand Abby Johnson, the former Planned Parenthood director (now pro-life advocate) , will address the Maricopa County community at 10:30 am., Sat., March 7 in Gilbert. Tickets $7. This is presented by First Way Pregnancy Center.
· The Murphy’s Yuma Gun Show is scheduled March 7 and 8 at the Yuma County Fairgrounds. Entry $5. Contact: Gilbert Hernandez to volunteer 298-210-7895. email@example.com
A Parliamentary Workshop will be presented from 9:30-12:30 pm, Sat., March 7 by the Arizona Alpha Unit of Parliamentarians (AAU) and the Arizona State Association of Parliamentarians (ASAP) at the Pyle Adult Center in Tempe. http://az-parliamentarians.org
· Territorial Baseball in Arizona, a presentation by John D. Tenney, baseball historian and writer, founder Arizona Territories Vintage Base Ball League (Twitter: @bballinaridland) and Michael A. Dietrich, captain of the Bisbee Bees, an Arizona Territories Vintage Base Ball League team, will be made at 11 am., Sat., March 7 at the Arizona Capitol Museum, 1700 W. Washington St., Phoenix. Museum entry and parking are free.
· The Highway 69 Republicans will meet at 6 pm., Mon., March 9 at the Puerta Vallarta Restaurant, 11901 E Hwy 69 in Dewey to hear Joseph Nye of the Arizona Citizens Defense League and a spokesman for Oathkeepers. 5 pm., Social house. RSVP to Frances at 928-632-1099 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.highway69republicans.com
· The Yavapai Republican Men's Forum will meet at 11:30 am., March 9 at St. Michael's Hotel Ballroom, 205 W. Gurley St., Prescott to hear Keith Burns, COO YRMC and Leslie Hoffman, Yavapai County Recorder. Cost: $18. Reservations due: noon -Thur, March 5. RSVP: Bob Luzius at (928) 717-2551 or email@example.com
· The Arizona Project will present the film "Passionate Sage - The Character and Legacy of John Adams" at 6:30 pm., Mon., March 9 at 3375 E Shea Blvd., Phx. An American Founding Father, Adams was a statesman, diplomat, and a leading advocate of American independence from Great Britain.
TUESDAY, MARCH 10
· The LD28 Meeting has been changed from March 10 to March 11 at Vincent’s on Camelback, according to LD28 Chairman Vernon Parker.
· LD13 will meet at 6:30 pm., March 10 at Total Wine and More, 1416 N Litchfield Rd, Goodyear, AZ. 85395, according to Chairman Dick Landis (602) 625-0431.
· The LD27 South Mountain Republicans will meet at 6:30 pm for dinner, followed by a 7 pm meeting on Tues., March 10 at the Jumbo Buffet (NE Corner Of 35th Avenue And Southern) . Events in LD27 will be the topic of discussion. They plan a ‘Patriots In The Park’ on March 14 At El Reposo Park, an upcoming gun raffle and are recruiting LD27 Teenage Republicans (TARS). Executive Committee Contacts: Chr Ron Harders – Hbaronaz@Msn.Com - 602-243-0111; 1st Vice Chairman Jose Tello – Josertello01@Gmail.Com - 480-309-5182 And 2nd Vice Chairman Chris Morrill – Bikeartchris@Yahoo.Com - 480-415-2453.
· The Sahuarita Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30 pm., March 10 at the Triple Play Restaurant on W. Duval Mine Road. Speakers will be past NRA president Sandy Froman, and Constitutional Sheriff Richard Mack. www.sahuaritateapartypatriots.com
· The Mingus Mt. Republican Club Luncheon (2ndTues) will meet March 10 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #7400, 705 E Aspen St., Cottonwood. CD4 Congressman Paul Gosar will address “Listening And Working Together to Find Solutions for the 4th District and Our Country. Jack Tinnell will discuss Pres. Alexander Hamilton. RSVP - Niles Haton 928-649-1643. Mingus_Mountain@hotmail.com
A Fundraiser For Bill Gates For Phoenix City Council is scheduled from 5:30-7:30 pm., Wed., March 11 at the home of Councilman Jim and Kitty Waring. Guests include Congressman David Schweikert, Gov Doug Ducey, Secretary of State Michel Reagan, and Councilmen Thelda Williams and Sal DiCiccio. RSVP: Crystal Bradley 602-339-0831 firstname.lastname@example.org
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11
· Congresswoman Martha McSally will hold a town hall discussion with Raytheon Missile Systems employees in Tucson on Wed, March 11 to discuss national defense and other issues. Raytheon employs nearly 10,000 people in Southern Arizona, making it the region’s largest private employer. Contact: Patrick Ptak at email@example.com or (202) 603-3100.
THURSDAY MARCH 12
· The ‘Women 2 Women Conversations Tour’ will be conducted from 5:30-7 pm, Thurs., March 12 at the Embassy Suites, 2630 E Camelback Rd., Phx. Speakers include US Reps Martha McSally, Susan Brooks (IN) and Renee Ellmers (NC). Lisa Atkins is the moderator. This is the first Women 2 Women Conversation Tour designed to bring female voters together to discuss issues of concern. Free admission, Cocktails and light refreshments will be served. RSVP: www.mainstreetadvocacy.com/women/. Copy your RSVP to Jane Lynch (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will follow-up with you closer to the event.
· Congressman Paul Gosar will attend the 5:30 pm., Thur., March 12 Bullhead City Town Hall Meeting in the Bullhead City Council Chambers, 2355 Trane Road, Bullhead City, AZ.
The Fountain Hills VFW Post 7507 has tickets to the 7 pm., Thurs., March 12 Coyotes v Chicago Blackhawks Hockey game. Upper deck - $110, lower deck - $60. Ticket purchase contact: Carl Krawczyk c.krawczyk@hotmail or call 480-215-3899
· Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Conner and historic preservationist and arts advocate Elisabeth F. Ruffner will be the first living inductees to the Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame during the Induction Ceremony scheduled at 3 pm., Mar. 12 at 3 p.m. at the Arizona Historical Society Museum, 1300 N. College Ave., in Tempe, Ariz. A reception follows immediately. The event is free and open to the public. Limited seating requires reservations at www.azwhf.org.
2015 Posthumous Inductees
ü Marietta Bryant (1911-2003) & Daisy Moore (1908-1985).
ü Lorraine W. Frank (1923-2005)
ü Louise Foucar Marshall (1864-1956)
ü Helen K. Mason (1912-2003)
ü Lucy Sikorsky, M.D. (1899-1972)
FRIDAY, MARCH 13
· LD17 Will Host A Voter Registration Tent at the Ostrich Festival the evenings of March 13 and 14, plus all day March 15.
· The Graham County Republican Committee will meet at noon March 13 in the Manor House Glass Room, 415 E. Highway 70, Safford. No cost to attend. Lunch is available for purchase.
SATURDAY MARCH 14
· LD27 Is Hosting A ‘Patriots In The Park Community Gathering’ between 11 am-5 pm, Sat., March 14 at El Reposo Park, 502 E. Alta Vista Road Phoenix, AZ 85042 -- featuring free food, raffles and fun for all. Bring 5 canned food items to donate for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul . Contact our South Mountain Precinct Committeemen to purchase a 50/50 Raffle Ticket. Event contacts: Chairman Ron Harders at email@example.com 1st VC Jose Tello at firstname.lastname@example.org or 2nd VC Chris Morrill at email@example.com
LD 9 Will Meet At 9 AM On Sat, March 14 at La Paloma Urgent Care, 4001 E. Sunrise Dr. Tucson, 85718. Speakers will be Nick Dranius and Rep. Mark Finchem. Contact Chr Brad Johns firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Paradise Republican Women will meet for lunch Sat., March 14 at Gainey Ranch Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85258 with Clint Bolick, Vice-President of litigation at Goldwater Insistue and co-author of ‘Immigration Wars’ with Jeb Bush. 10:30 am social. 11 am program. $30 per person. Reservations/checks to PRWC , PO Box 14425, Scottsdale, AZ 85267. RSVP by Thurs., March 12. www.prwc.org
Clint Bolick, VP of Litigation for the Goldwater Institute and Co-Author of Immigration Wars with Jeb Bush will address the Paradise Republican Women at their March 14 luncheon at Gainey Ranch Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Dr., Scottsdale. 10:30 am social. 11 am lunch. $30 per person. RSVP by March 12.
· Volunteers Are Needed March 14 And 15 by the NRA-ILA for the Mesa Gun Show to man booths starting at 9 am in Centennial Hall, 201 N Center St., Mesa. Contact: Michael Horanburg email@example.com · 505-261-2087
· Harry Plummer, Headmaster of Ville de Marie Academy, will address ‘Common Core’ at the Sat., March 14 Pro-Life Inter-Faith Conference . Register www.evprolifealliance.org or Life@EVProLifeAlliance.org ~ Call: 480-216-7217.
· The AZ East Valley Pro-Life Alliance Pro-Life Inter-Faith Conference is scheduled from 9 am-3 pm., Sat., March 14 the at the Windemere Conference Center, 5750 E. Main Street, Mesa. Speaker Fr. Andrew Kemberling will address the hard truths about Socialism and its Incompatibility with Christianity. Others confirmed speakers include Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Priests for Life Director Father Frank Pavone, Light of Hope Institute Pastor C. T. Wright, Founder, Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Chucri, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, Former Maricopa Co. Attorney Andrew Thomas, Founder & President AIFD Zuhdi Jasser, M.D., LD 25 Rep Justin Olson, LD13 Rep Steve Montenegro, and Frontline Fellowship Chairman Rev. Bill Bathman. Limited Seating. $35 – conference breakfast and buffet lunch. $45 – booth, conference, breakfast and lunch. Registration Life@EVProLifeAlliance.org or www.evprolifealliance.org Information: 480-216-7217.
2015 LD MEETING SCHEDULE:
· LD4 (4th Wed) 6:30 social. 7 pm mtg, Foothills High School 13033 South Estrella Parkway. Next meeting - Feb 25. Chr Richard Newcomer firstname.lastname@example.org
· LD9 (Second Saturday) 9AM social. 9:30 AM mtg, La Paloma Urgent Care 4001 E. Sunrise Dr. Tucson 85718. Next meeting March 14. Contact Chr Brad Johns email@example.com
· LD13 (2nd Tues) 6:30 registration. 7 pm Total Wine and More, 1416 N Litchfield Rd, Goodyear, AZ. 85395. Next mtg March 10. Contact: Chr Dick Landis, landis.LD13@icloud.com.
· LD14 –(Southern AZ) Chr Tom Crosby firstname.lastname@example.org
· LD 15 (4th Tues) 6:30 pm. Deer Valley Airport Restaurant, 702 W. Deer Valley Rd, Phx. Chr Dave Henderson email@example.com
· LD17 (last Tues) 7 pm, Tri-City Baptist Christian Seminary Building, (South Side of Parking Lot), 2211 W. Germann Road, Chandler. Feb 24 speakers: : Supt of Ed Diane Douglas and Senator Kelli Ward. Chr Shadow Asgari firstname.lastname@example.org
· LD18 ( 2nd Wed) 7 pm . 6:30 social, Clarion Hotel, 5121 E La Puente Ave, Phx, AZ, 85226 (NW corner of I-10 & Elliot Rd). Chr Mary Fritsche email@example.com
· LD19 (2nd Mon) 7 pm, Total Wine & More conference room, 1416 N Litchfield Rd, (Palm Valley Pavilions West Shopping Center), Litchfield Park, AZ. Chr George Ortiz, firstname.lastname@example.org.
· LD20 (1st Mon) (except May & Nov) 7 pm. Washington Elementary School District Office, 4650 W Sweetwater Rd, Glendale. March 2, April 6, May 18, June 1, July 6, Aug 3, Sept 14, Oct 5, Nov 16, Dec 7. Chr Ray Malnar email@example.com
· LDL22 - 3rd Monday at 6:30 pm., Westbrook Vistas Rec Center, 18825 N Country Club Pkwy, Peoria, AZ 85382. Doors open at 5:30pm social/ set up. Open to public. Traveling east or west on Union Hills Rd. enter Westbrook Village at Country Club Pkwy (first light west of 83rd Ave.) north to Vista’s Rec Center. Chr Eric Morgan firstname.lastname@example.org ld22.arizonagop.net/connect
· LD 25 (3rd Thur) 7 pm. Mesa Utilities Building, 640 N. Mesa Dr., Mesa. Chr Ian Murray email@example.com Cell 1 (602) 524-7786.
· LD27 (2nd Tues) 6:30 pm dinner, 7 pm mtg, Jumbo Buffet, NE corner - 35th Ave & Southern. Dinner not required. Chr Ron Harders – Hbaronaz@Msn.Com - 602-243-0111
· LD29 (2nd Tues) 7 pm, Kings & Associates Realty, LLC, 6006 N 83rd Ave, Suite 201, Glendale, AZ 85303. Chr Alan Gaugert firstname.lastname@example.org 623-877-3674.
· Bill-Prevents-Discrimination-Against-Religious-Organizations Offering Welfare Services
· AZGOP financial reports filed/ AZ Sec of State azsos.gov/cfs/FilerDetail
· FEC Filing Updated/Current AZGOP Financials Info CandidateCommitteeDetail.do?canId
· AZ Border Defenders Updated Daily
· Need2No Border News Watch
· Republican-Bill-Would-Abolish-AtF Republican Proposes Abolishing The ATF Amid Bullet Ban Controversy
JUDGE ANDREW NAPOLITANO
BILL AND HILLARY
· Clinton Private Emamil Violated 'Clear-Cut' State-Department-Email-Rule The Policy Warns Against Routine Use Of Personal Email Accounts.