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Wednesday, August 5, 2015
· Trump Dumps Borders Trump-Cuts-Ties-To-Operative-Over-Facebook Postings .. A threatened lawsuit, and a messy attempt at spin — caught on tape: “We’ll just tell BuzzFeed that there’s no formal relationship.”
· Briefs received an E-mail at 9:06 am (MST) Wed., Aug 5 that reads: "Aaron Borders is not and has never been employed by the Donald J. Trump for President campaign." - campaign spokesperson Hope Hicks in behalf of Corey Lewandowsky.
· UPDATE 8-6-15: Borders Clarifies Confusion/Misinformation Floating Around.
ü Aaron Borders primary reason for being in Ohio was the Aug 4 scheduled strategy meeting, get approval for a budget he had submitted and to sign a contract with Trump. He took his boys to Ohio with him so they could visit their cousins who live a two-hour drive from the strategy meeting in Cleveland. It was not a pre-planned large “family reunion” as earlier rumored.
ü Borders says he recorded the “you the guy” tape as a souvenir during a conversation with Lewandowsky after the July 11 Trump event in Phoenix.
ü Borders taped the Aug 4 ‘you’re fired’ recording as Borders was driving to Cleveland to meet with the Lewandowsky for the strategy meeting.
ü Borders says he transferred proof of his involvement with Lewandowsky to BuzzFeed (from the ‘hot garage’ in Ohio on Aug 4) after BuzzFeed informed Borders that Lewandowsky denied involvement with Borders.
ü BuzzFeed , not Lewandowsky, dug up the Facebook postings.
· 6 PM., Thursday, Aug 6 Debate Parties:
ü Charlie Odegaard, Flagstaff City Council candidate hosts free pizza debate party at Fratellis Pizza on 4th St. in Flagstaff at 5:45 pm.
ü Maricopa County Young Republican Professions, AZGOP HQ. Contact: Brandon Urness email@example.com
ü San Tan Center, Sunland Springs Village (Southwest corner of Guadalupe and Springwood) 2820 S. Springwood Blvd., Mesa, AZ 85209. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
ü The Grill at StoneRidge Clubhouse in Prescott Valley, AZ. RSVP to Jim Lawson, email@example.com
ü Pima County GOP at Sir Veza's Taco Garage 220 W Wetmore, Tucson, AZ 85705 RSVP: Jo 520-373-2864 or 520-321-1492.
ü Colorado River Tea Party Potluck and candidate debate, Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95, in Yuma. Contact: Chr Sally Kizer, 928-210-1219 firstname.lastname@example.org www.coloradoriverteaparty.org
ü Debate Watching Party at the Copper Sky Multigenerational Complex. Fox News Channel. RSVP to 520-233-8249.
· Maricopa County Republicans Executive Director April Riggins and Former Chairman of the Maricopa County Annual Meeting Dan Grimm have paired up once more to co-chair the 2016 Mandatory Meeting in January. Recruitment for volunteers has begun with a great start. Riggins and Grimm send a big Thank you to those who volunteered to make 2016 meeting the best.
· LD21 And LD22 Legislators are scheduled to attend the 9:15 am., Sat., Aug 8 meeting of the Northwest Chapter of the Arizona Republican Assembly at the Maricopa County Planning Department, 12975 W. Bell Road. Contact: Lyle Tuttle at 623-451-6928 or Mark Tipping at email@example.com or 623-234-3882.
· The Gila County Republican Reagan Dinner Fundraiser is scheduled at 6:15, Thurs., Aug 13 at Messinger’s Community Center, 901 S Westerly Rd., Payson, AZ. Speakers: Congressman Paul Gosar and Sec of State Michelle Reagan. Tickets: $40 each. For tickets contact: Payson - Shirley (928) 951-6774 or Nancy (928) 472-1172. Pine - Gary (602) 803-7366. Globe - Sam/Judy (928) 200-2017.
· Former AZGOP State Chairman Tom Morrissey will be featured on the one hour “The Chips and Salsa” internet radio show at 6 pm., Sat., Aug 8 to talk about some of the things he has done during his lifetime – deputy US marshall, rock musician, song writer for Ray Charles, author and now co-writing a novel with actor Steven Seagal. www.ChipsNSalsaShow.com www.CentralCityRadio.com
· Highway 69 Republicans will meet at 6 pm., Mon, Aug 10 in the rear dining room of the Puerta Vallarta Restaurant, 11901 E. Hwy 69, Dewey AZ, 86327to hear Prescott mayoral candidates Dan Fraijo and Harry Oberg and count officials Chip Davis and Tom Thurman address county issues . 5 pm., social house. RSVP for seating to June 899-3150 http://www.highway69republicans.com/
· Volunteers Are Needed For The Hospitality Suite at the National Federation of Republican Women Convention in September. Volunteers should contact Allison Mary firstname.lastname@example.org
· Congressman Matt Salmon issued a letter to the Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack asking him to immediately halt the impoundment of wild horses near Mesa, by the Tonto National Forest staff. . The letter was also signed by Congressman David Schweikert and Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema. “Wild horses are an integral part of the history of America’s West, and the latest move by the U.S. Forest Service to impound the herd that roams near Mesa, Arizona shows a disappointing lack of understanding of the priorities and needs of the local community. It is critical that we preserve America’s natural beauty and history, not destroy it in a misguided attempt to remove the herd from these lands. I’m pleased that some of my colleagues have joined me in calling for this round-up to be halted, and I look forward to the Forest Service quickly acknowledging the voice of the people and reversing their decision.”
· Anna Brennan Campaign: (Only Republican Phoenix Mayoral candidate) A strong thank you and a note of appreciation to all who are stepping up to help with Anna Brennan's campaign for Mayor of Phoenix. More powerful than money is the power of the people. We recognize the power that lies within you. Thank you. Because of you and others like you, we have collectively passed out nearly 45,000 pieces of literature door to door to date. Another 35,000 pieces will be dropped in the mail this week. We have others phone banking. Anna has been on the Mike Broomhead show, Channel 3's Politics Unplugged, and Chanel 8's Horizon candidate debate. Channel 3 and Channel 5 have showcased her, somehow, someway, even if only for a few seconds. She will be on Rudi K's Mainstreet Out Loud radio show at 3 pm., Sat., Aug 8 and Telemundo at Noon on Wed, Aug 12. We're working hard to get her elected. Thank you for all you are doing. Reach out to me if you would like to join our winning team. – campaign manager email@example.com
· LD21 Senator Debbie Lesko: Healthcare Update-- Gov Doug Ducey’s new plan for AHCCCS, Arizona’s healthcare program for low-income citizens, promotes personal responsibility and helps encourage able-bodied adults to transition into careers. Currently, 1 out of every 4 Arizona residents receives free healthcare through AZ Healthcare Cost Containment System (AHCCCS). Of those, approximately 350,000 or 22% are able-bodied adults. Able-bodied adults do NOT include children, the elderly, the disabled, pregnant women, the seriously mentally ill or single parents with children 6 or under. Under the current system, recipients pay no insurance premiums and most pay no co-pays.
A. Ducey’s proposal requires able-bodied adults to:
1. Pay up to 3% of their annual household income on co-pays for certain services. For example, if the recipient goes to the emergency room for something a primary care doctor or urgent care could handle, a co-pay would be required.
2. Pay up to 2% of their annual household income into a personal health savings account that can be used for non-covered services, like dental or vision care.
3. Enroll in school or training or actively seek employment if not already employed.
B. Ducey’s proposal includes adding apps, texts, and an online chat system, so that patients can receive text alerts for appointments, manage medications, and use chat to ask questions instead of waiting on hold or in long lines.
C. The proposal also increases the use of modern tools to better detect fraud, waste, and abuse.
D. Community meetings will be held on August 18 at the:
Disability Empowerment Center
5025 E Washington St, Suite 200, Phoenix, AZ 85034
Session 1: Tuesday, August 18, 2015 12:30-2:30 PM
Session 2: Tuesday, August 18th, 2015 3-5pm
Contact DLesko@azleg.gov or 602-926-5413.
· Governor Doug Ducey today issued a special recognition to Special Olympics Arizona for their hard work and success representing the Grand Canyon State at the Special Olympics World Games last week. “Every day, Special Olympics Arizona makes a difference in the lives of children and communities throughout the state and nation,” said Governor Ducey. “At this year’s Special Olympics World Games, our very own Arizona athletes and coaches once again showed the world what real sportsmanship and leadership look like – and brought home a championship in the process. They showed the world the very best of the Arizona spirit, and we’re thrilled to recognize their tremendous athleticism and achievements.”
· Gov Doug Ducey’s Press Secretary Annie Dockendorff and Chief Of Operations Ted Vogt have announced their engagement.
· Gilbert Uriarte, a volunteer for the Republican Party of Maricopa County, is working on a new PC resource packet that will include a list of clubs within the county. He is asking club chairmen to send a name, e-mail, phone number, and when the group meets to him at firstname.lastname@example.org
· The 10 am, Thurs., Aug 6 Family Health Talk Show will highlight ground breaking progress in the field of Prostate Cancer on Radio Station KXXT 1010AM Online – www.familyvaluesradio1010.com Call-in phone: 602.977-1010. Contact: Exec Dir Fred Taylor 602-547-3806. www.swprostatecancer.com
· Today the Republican National Committee launched Data Center 2016, a completely revamped version of GOP Data Center with an enhanced easy-to-use User Interface and new features allowing users of all levels to access, manipulate, and utilize more of the RNC’s data, tools, and resources. Data Center 2016 is a powerful query and data management tool that interfaces with the RNC’s 300+ terabytes of data and over 20 years of voter contact data to provide campaigns and organizers with on-demand access to the RNC’s expansive voter warehouse. Data Center 2016 now empowers users with vastly increased access to the full scope of the RNC file in order to give them every resource needed to elect Republicans in 2016 and beyond. The RNC provides access to Data Center free of charge to all Republican candidates up and down the ballot. “Data Center 2016 is the centerpiece of the RNC’s new data-driven political ground game,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “The user-friendly interface, revamped reporting tools, and live support will give Republican campaigns across the country a state of the art program to match our state of the art data, and it will only continue to evolve with each upgrade. I am extremely proud of Data Center 2016 and of our entire team for their tireless work in upholding our commitment to the enhanced data that we need to target and turn out voters in 2016.”
· Volunteers Are Needed To Help Americans For Prosperity-Arizona teams phone bank against Prop 104 in the Phoenix field office, 3855 N 32nd St., #7, Phoenix, AZ 85018. Phone banking scheduled:
ü Thurs, Aug 6 – noon to 6 pm
ü Fri, Aug 7 – noon to 8 pm
ü Sat, Aug 8 – 10am – 8 pm.
To sign up, contact Leslie White at email@example.com or 480.290.2286.
· US Senatorial Candidate Kelli Ward: I'm ready to defeat liberal John McCain in the Republican Primary and give Arizonans a conservative choice as their next Senator. I’m ready to change Washington, D.C. I need to know if you’re with me. John McCain has lost his way. He became a creature of the corrupt D.C. culture. You deserve better. That’s why I’m taking up this challenge. It will not be easy. John McCain has decades of influence with the country’s biggest lobbyists and campaign donors. He is a notoriously nasty campaigner. But I’m ready for the challenge. Our future and our freedom are too important to sit on the sidelines.To win, I’ll need the support of grassroots Arizonans who are tired of watching the America we love be “radically transformed” by the agenda of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton--and just as tired of the Republicans who refused to fight for our values.
pledge to Change D.C.
· Gov Doug Ducey today highlighted Arizona State Forestry (AZSF)’s active participation in assisting with wildfire suppression efforts across the west. “Over the last week AZSF and local cooperators have supplied 50 fire management personnel, the Bear Jaw firefighting crew and 25 wildland fire engines to assist with the California wildfire crisis,” said State Forester Jeff Whitney. “We are pleased to send both our staff and our local cooperating Fire Departments. Not only is Arizona’s wildland fire community supporting California, AZSF has also dispatched State and local personnel to Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. Additional orders continue to be filled on an ongoing basis. I commend AZSF for its ongoing and active efforts to help our neighbors in-need,” said Ducey. “Arizona knows what it’s like to suffer a devastating fire season, and we understand the importance of out-of-state aid and collaboration. We’re grateful during these times to have dedicated, brave firefighters and first responders working day and night to protect people and property. Our hearts and prayers are with all of them, as well as the residents of these states who’ve been impacted by the fires. We will continue to do everything in our power to assist these states in their efforts to combat these wildfires.”
· Firearms Regulation Author Alan Korwin: A misleading statement appears on Page 3B in today's issue of USA Today ("Ex-officer says no force will hire him" 8/5/15), which perpetuates the trouble that roiled the nation over the Ferguson, Mo., race-riot incident. Reporter John Bacon, summarizing the event that led to widespread looting, arson, riots and social unrest, writes, "Wilson, 29, shot Brown, 18, following a scuffle Aug 9."
If this were true, officer Wilson could not have been exonerated. People can't be shot for "a scuffle." The statement is typical of the erroneous reporting that fueled the riots and persists to this day. An accurate statement would read, "Wilson, 29, shot Brown, 18, while Brown attempted to steal the officer's gun." That of course doesn't fit the national media's preferred narrative, but it is the truth, which journalists profess to honor, and should.
USA Today's published version today perpetuates the false stereotype that: Brown was innocent and shot for no reason, that Wilson was guilty and his actions were unconscionable, that the justice system is biased and failed, and that blacks are falsely targeted by police over nothing more than scuffles, because black lives don't matter.
Reporting similar to what USA Today printed today could actually foment nationwide riots -- and did. Media everywhere constantly said "Officer shoots unarmed black man," instead of the truth, "Officer shoots man attempting to steal his gun." Perpetuating that sort of reporting, which USA Today does with today's story, violates every tenet of ethical journalism, misleads the public, is dangerously deceptive and just simply inaccurate. It was not a scuffle -- it was a felony attempted gun snatch from a uniformed officer, a deadly threat. This is why Wilson was not charged and Brown was legally shot.
· The City Of Phoenix Election Is On. Phx mayor candidates differ on light rail, spending
· Republicans Can Send Donations to help cover the rent at the Tempe office to the Maricopa County Republican Office, 3030 S. Rural Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282, according to Chairman Tyler Bowyer, “We just recently got a mailbox at the office from the USPS.” Office hours at 10 am- 4 pm., Mon-Fri. The office phone is 480-264-5266.
· Phoenix Mayoral Candidate Anna Brennan: We are in crunch time right now. Things are looking good on the campaign trail, but we still need your help. If you care about the City of Phoenix, please help Get Out The Vote for Anna Brennan. Phone banking is easy. The message quick and simple. Please contact me to get set up. It's not like it used to be and we're having great results. Walk your precincts if you prefer. We've got plenty of material. For a campaign update or to get involved. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
· If You Know Of A Current Or Former Member of the military from Arizona that you would like to recognize for Military Monday, Contact Congressman Paul Gosar with their contact information at: http://gosar.house.gov/contact-me or facebook.com/repgosar via direct message.
· Call The White House 202-456-1111 Comments. Switchboard: 202-456-1414. Contact Senate https://www.senate.gov/ or Representatives http://www.house.gov/ Let them know how you feel. Hold their feet to the fire. They wanted these positions so badly, hold them accountable. Arizona delegation phone numbers:
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· Maricopa County Young Republican Professionals will host a Presidential Debate Viewing Party at AZGOP Headquarters for young republicans at 6 pm., Thur., Aug 6. Contact: Brandon Urness email@example.com
· Charlie Odegaard, owner of Odegaard’s sewing center, and recent candidate for Flagstaff City Council, is sponsoring a free pizza debate party at Fratellis Pizza on 4th Street in Flagstaff at 5:45 pm.
· Watch The Debate And Join In The Straw Poll at 5:30 p.m., Aug 6 at San Tan Center, Sunland Springs Village (Southwest corner of Guadalupe and Springwood) 2820 S. Springwood Blvd., Mesa, AZ 85209. State Senator David Farnsworth, Moderator 125 seating capacity. Bring snack food to share/Bottled water provided. All voters of any party welcome. Voter registration applications will be available on site. . Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
· A Republican Debate is scheduled at The Grill at StoneRidge Clubhouse in Prescott Valley, AZ. Buy what you want to eat or drink. Discussion Immediately following. RSVP to Jim Lawson, email@example.com.
· Pima County GOP has secured the venue of Sir Veza's Taco Garage 220 W Wetmore, Tucson, AZ 85705 for watching the Republican Presidential Debate at 6 pm. RSVP: ASAP by call/text Jo 520-373-2864 or 520-321-1492.
· The First Republican Presidential Debate ‘Pizza and Politics’ hosted by Conservative Business League and Arizona Project is scheduled at 6 pm., Thurs., Aug 6 at 3375 E. Shea Blvd, Phx. Doors open at 5 pm. Free admission. Refreshment, soda, water and pizza. Minimal charge. No outside food or drinks. Straw poll follows debate. Contact: Nina Marlow (480) 707-9043 nmarlowCBL@gmail.com
· The Colorado River Tea Party Potluck and watch the presidential candidate debate will meet at 5 pm., Thurs., Aug 6 at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95, in Yuma. A straw poll will be held after the debate. Meeting will start at 5 pm to get the potluck set up and all ready to watch the debate at 6pm. Bring your favorite Potluck meal serving 4, water & sodas/50 cents. Contact: Chr Sally Kizer, 928-210-1219 firstname.lastname@example.org www.coloradoriverteaparty.org
· Cancelled: Central Republican Women Of Phoenix will not have their regularly scheduled August 6 meeting. They will meet August 27 with nationally recognized Free Market Warrior Loren Spivak. Social at 5:30 pm. $22 per dinner. RSVP: Tina Shaw email@example.com or 623-934-9730. A reservation made is a reservation paid. Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org (602) 252-6300).
· Paul Farrell Is Organizing A GOP Presidential Debate Watching Party at 5 pm., for a meet and greet for the 6 pm., Aug 6 at the Copper Sky Multigenerational Complex. Fox News Channel is hosting the debate and is selecting the 10 participants by averaging five national polls. According to the 2016 Election Central website, the likely debaters are Gov. Jeb Bush, Gov. Scott Walker, Sen. Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Donald Trump, Dr. Rand Paul, Gov. Mike Huckabee, Sen. Ted Cruz, Gov. Rick Perry and Gov. Chris Christie. But Sen. Rick Santorum, Carly Fiorina and Gov. John Kasich could climb into the mix by the night of the debate. The watching party will be in multipurpose/dry room A. The capacity is 93. RSVP to 520-233-8249.
· Free US Constitution Classes will be offered by Educator Claire Morgan at 7 pm., Aug 6, 13, 20 and 27 at the Northwest Community Church, 505 W. Hardy Rd. Tucson, AZ 85704. Registration: Contact: Paul Parisi email@example.com
· Congresswoman Martha McSally’s staff will hold traveling office hours throughout CD2 in August and September. Staff will be available to assist constituents on issues ranging from veterans and immigration to Social Security and Medicare. No appointments necessary. Below is the full list of times, dates, and locations. See schedule:
ü Aug 6, 10 am-1 pm., Copper Queen Library, 6 Main St., Bisbee.
ü Aug 11, 10:30 am- noon, Sahuarita Town Hall, 375 W Sahuarita Cnt Way, Sahuarita.
ü Aug 11, 10 am-1 pm., City Council Chamber, 425 E 10th St., Douglas.
ü Aug 19, 10 am-2 pm., Schieffelin Hall, 402 E Fremont St., Tombstone.
ü Aug 24, 11 am-2 pm., City Council Chambers, 120 W. 6th Street, Benson.
ü Sept 17, 11 am-noon, Green Wally Council, 555 N LaCanada Dr #117, GreenValley.
Contact: Tucson office (520) 881-3588 or Sierra Vista office (520) 459-3115.
· LD-29 will meet at 7 pm., Aug 7 at King and Associates Realty, 6006 N 82 Ave., Phx.
· The Northwest Chapter of AZRA will hold their regular monthly meeting at 9:15 am, Sat, Aug 8 at 12975 W Bell Rd. Doors open at 9 am, mtg starts at 9:15 am. (The building just East of the Drivers Licence Station. The building sits perpendicular to Bell Rd) NW AZRA meets on the 2nd Saturday of every month at this same location. All Republicans are welcome - bring your neighbor, and see who we are and what we are up to Contact: Chairman Lyle Tuttle 623-451-6928 or Mark Tipping firstname.lastname@example.org 623-234-3882.
· LD 9 will meet at 9:30 am., Sat., Aug 8 at the La Paloma urgent care 4001 E Sunrise Dr. Tucson. For the remainder of this year. LD9 mtgs will be held the second Saturday of the month – Sept 12, Oct 10, Nov 14 and Dec 12. Contact: email@example.com (520) 321-1492
· LD 11 will meet at 10 am., Sat., Aug 8 in the Oro Valley Library. 1305 W Naranja Dr, Oro Valley AZ 85737. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 321-1492.
· Former Sec of State Ken Bennett will address Arizona Project at 6:30 pm., Mon., Aug10 at 3375 E Shea Blvd., Phx. Contact: 602.677.1496
· St. Anne’s Respect Life Ministry invites you to join in praying the Rosary for Life at the Chandler Planned Parenthood, 610 N. Alma School Road, (Corner of Alma School Road and Galveston), each Monday, Aug 10, 17, 24, 31 at 8:15 am – 9:15 am. Contact: Genny Jones, 480-201-7198.
· LD1 will meet at 7 pm., Aug 10 at Desert Hills Community Church, 34835 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ PC training at 6:15 pm. Doors open at 6 pm. Contact: Chr Cathy Schwanke (Maricopa County) ld1azgopmc.com
· LD30 will meet at 7 pm., Aug 10 at Palm Shadows Recreation Center, 7300 N 51st Ave, Glendale, AZ, 85301
· The Ahwatukee Republican Women Breakfast Fundraiser With Governor Doug Ducey is scheduled at 7:30 am., Tues., Aug 11 at the Four Points by Sheraton Phoenix, 10831 S 51st St, Phoenix, AZ 85044. Cost: $25 Members/Associates · $30 Non-Members . Pre-registration required. Reservation Deadline: Tues., Aug. 4. Tickets: ahwatukeerepublicanwomen. VIP Sponsorship: Debbie Smith email@example.com 480-529-4828. Contact: Chr Loraine Pellegrino 480-460-7101
· Congressman Paul Gosar invited you to a ‘meet and greet’ between 5:30-7 pm., Tues., Aug 11 at the Sun City West Station 101, 19001 N Camino Del Sol, Sun City West, AZ 85375.
· The AzRA NC Chapter will meet at 11 am., Tues., Aug 11 at the Red Devil Restaurant, 3404 E Bell Road., Phoenix, AZ 85032. RSVP: Sparky.firstname.lastname@example.org
· LD 26 will meet at 7 pm., Aug 11 at Mesa Utilities Building, 640 N Mesa Dr, Mesa, AZ, 85201 6:30pm Meet & Greet. Contact: http://azld26.com/
· LD13 will not meet Aug 11. Meetings will resume in Sept.
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- Straight-Talking-McCain’s-Pro-Life-Double-Talk AZ GOP Chairman Robert Graham Should Call Out McCain’s Hypocrisy
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