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Monday – Sept 7, 2015 LABOR DAY
· How Many Arizona County And/or Legislative Districts have put a limit on the number of proxies their Precinct Committeemen can carry to meetings? Would the leadership of those Counties or LDs who have limited proxies rules/regulations in place respond to email@example.com As LDs are reviewing their bylaws, some are asking how many other LDs have passed resolutions or made changes to their bylaws to prevent the proxy gathering that has been occurring the past year.
· Gallup Poll: Record-High-Americans-Identify-Independents Republican Identification Lowest In At Least 25 Years
· Morristown GOP Activist Ernie McCollum will be hosting a Dr. Ben Carson Presidential debate potluck between 4:30 pm. and the end of the debate on Wed., Sept 16. He will smoke a brisket and pork loin and serve it cold. He is also providing ice tea and coffee. Please bring a side dish. McCollum has Carson literature. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org Address will be provided when you sign up.
· LD14 And The Graham County Republican Committee will meet at 10 am., Sat., Sept 19 at the Victory Theatre, 555 E Entertainment Ave. Safford, AZ 85546 to hear A.J. LaFaro, former Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee. AZ Speaker of the House David Gowan and Senate Majority Whip Gail Griffin will be in attendance and available to answer questions. Sign ins open at 9:30 am. Contact: Acting LD14 Secretary Maureen Tozzi at 502-429-1395. LaFaro is also a director for the National Republican Assemblies.
· LD22 Chairman Eric Morgan: Resolution On Student Privacy. Attention Fellow LD22 PCs. It's my pleasure to inform you all that your ‘Resolution on Student Privacy’ was adopted unanimously at September's monthly EGC meeting. There are 30 voting members on the board, 3 of whom were absent and there were zero abstentions. I had asked that a yes vote by the district chairmen signify their acceptance to take action. My plea to the body was that I'd rather the motion fail than to pass it and have our body do nothing. Here are the actions the district chairmen and county board members pledged to take by voting yes.
We the members of the Maricopa County Executive Guidance Committee hereby support legislative efforts to end the non-consensual collections and dissemination of Arizonan student's personally identifiable information and are further resolved to the following actions:
ü First, present this resolution and the issue to our respective district body's at the next appropriate meeting and determine the support of our represented precinct committeemen through resolution or other means, and
ü Second, with the blessing of our respective district bodies, engage our Arizona House Representatives and Senators to support legislation to these ends, and
ü Third, with the blessing of our respective district bodies, request precinct committeemen take all possible and prudent action to inform and engage their represented Republican voters for the purpose of building support for legislation to these ends,
ü And lastly, request our County Chairman direct the county Communications Director to draft and publish a press release, and advise the Arizona Legislature that Student Privacy is a priority of the Republican Party of Maricopa County.
Our next steps, as PCs, is to fulfil our pledge, taken by voting yes on our originating resolution, and get the word out to our LD22 family, friends and neighbors. Legislation is already being drafted and will need public support to survive the entire process. It's critical we put our money where our mouth is if we intend to continue to be taken seriously. It's up to all of us to make sure our voters understand the issue and our legislators and Governor recognize the support they will have for championing this issue.
· The Palo Verde Republican Women’s Sept 16 luncheon is scheduled at Grayhawk Golf Club, Fairway House, 8620 E Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale. Dr. Kenneth Michael Kearns, M.D. will speak "Bias in the Women's Health Institute Study: The Profound Impact." Lunch is $25, Social at 11am, Program/lunch 11:30am. Contact Edith Stock, email@example.com or call 480-298-7818.
· Dr. Carl Goldberg will be speak to the Deer Valley Tea Party at the Deer Valley Airport Restaurant, 702 W Deer Valley Road, Phx., about "ISLAM -- An Ideological Wolf in Sheep's Religious Clothing: The Threat and What You Can Do About It" at 6:30 pm., Fri., Sept 11 (the 14th anniversary of the attack on the twin towers). Goldberg has given hundreds of presentations on Islam as a totalitarian and imperialist ideology; and, for his efforts, in 2014, he was honored by the terrorist-linked, Muslim-Brotherhood derivative, Council on American Islamic Relations, to be included in CAIR's list of America’s leading “Islamophobes”.
· LD22 Is Conducting A Raffle for a D.P.M.S. Oracle 5.56 Semi-Automatic Rifle or 840 Rounds of Ammunition: 5.56, 62 grain stripper clipped bullets, packaged in Two Metal Ammo Boxes. Second prize: Vizio HD SMART TV 48”, LED, LCD, Internet Apps, etc. Only 310 tickets @ $10 each. Contact information: (mobile) 714.267.1693 or email RepLD22Raffle@aol.com
· The Payson Tea Party will meet at 6 pm., Wed., Sept 10 at Tiny’s Restaurant, 600 E State Hwy 260 in Payson to hear Dr. Bill Mennen address “Understanding Why The Cultural Values Of The Millennial Generation Are Significantly Different From Baby Boomers And Generation X. Contact 928-951-6774.
· Dr. Kathy Jacobsen and her team at Contemporary Dentistry in Gilbert are donating serves to all veterans and active military men and women on Fri., Sept 11. They will get an exam, x-rays and cleaning that day and discussion on any treatment that may be needed. RSVP to (480) 507-1807 to schedule an appointment.
· A Presidential Debate Watching Party is scheduled between 4-8 pm., Wed., Sept 16 in the Fireside Gill in the Lexington Hotel, 12800 Saguaro Dr., Fountain Hills. Free appetizers, open bar, limited men.
· PETITION: Tell Congress To Intervene And Stop Obama’s Witch Hunt Against Sgt. Charles Martland Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland, is the Green Beret and two-time Bronze Star recipient who is being kicked out of the army for shoving a confessed Afghan child rapist.
· Tea Party Patriots Will Gather on the West Lawn at the US Capitol in Washington on Sept 9 to protest Obama’s Iran Deal. Register Here
· Spend A Morning With US Senate Candidate Dr Kelli Ward starting at 10 am, Wed., Sept 16 at the Republic Monetary Exchange, 4040 E Camelback, Phoenix. RSVP to host Jim Clark at 602-672-3630 or firstname.lastname@example.org Pastries and refreshment to be served. $100 contribution suggested.
· RSVP to a Gov Scott Walker Presidential Debate Watch Party scheduled from 5-9 pm., Wed., Sept 16 at presidential-debate-watch-party-for-governor-scott-walker-tickets
· Tickets For The Ted Cruz for President debate party in the East Valley can be obtained at
· A Parents Rights Rally is scheduled from 10:30 am-noon, Oct 17 on the South Lawn at the Arizona State Capitol, 1700 W Washington. Sponsored by Arizonans Against Common Core
· Dems Will Be Collecting signatures to recall Supt of Public Education between 6-8 pm, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Starbucks at Tatum and Thunderbird. It will be interesting to see how many voters will drive there to sign a recall petition.
· Congressman Matt Salmon on the Department of Veterans Affairs Inspector General Report substantiating the claims of mismanagement by whistleblowers: “Like all Americans, I was appalled to learn of the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General report that substantiated the agency whistleblowers’ claims of mismanagement and chronic delays in treatment. According to the report, 307,000 veterans with pending VA applications are deceased. This is an abysmal example of mismanagement and bureaucratic failure that has impacted the men and women who sacrificed so much on behalf of our nation. I strongly urge VA Secretary Bob McDonald to take aggressive steps that will hold accountable those responsible for this fundamental lack of leadership and management. Our nation’s veterans depend on us to keep the promises we have made to them and have a Department of Veterans Affairs that puts them first. It is long past time to hold the VA responsible for meeting our veterans’ needs.” Salmon (serves on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific. He is also a member of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.
· The Arizona Capitol Museum announces the opening of its newest exhibit in partnership with the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, “Show me Arizona: Illustrations of History.” The exhibit showcases historic newspaper political cartoons that reflect key events spanning from territorial days through statehood. The exhibit opens September 12, at 11 a.m. in the historic state capitol.
To kick off the event, special guest speakers Steve Benson, Pulitzer-Prize winning editorial cartoonist for The Arizona Republic, and Russ Kazmierczak, creator of Amazing Arizona Comics, will present discussions on the history of political cartoons.
The new exhibit features 21st Century technology with interactive touch tablets with games, a presentation of the Arizona Digital Newspaper Program website and internet access to explore historic newspapers from throughout the state online at http://adnp.azlibrary.gov/.
The ADNP, a free, searchable database of Arizona historic newspapers published between 1859 and 1922, was created in partnership among the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Library of Congress, and the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State.
The AZCM is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Entry to the museum is and parking are free. For more information call 602-926-3620. For more information about AZCM exhibits, or to schedule a tour, go online to www.azlibrary.gov/azcm.
· The Lincoln Republican Women’s Self Defense Seminar is scheduled at 10 am., Sat., Oct 24 at the New McCormick Resort, 7401 N Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, featuring marshall arts demonstrations, pepper spray and tazer use and how to use a gun for proper self-defense. $25 per person. Reservations required. RSVP to Judy Eisenhower 480-941-8162 or email@example.com
· Must see: Saving America By Retired Adm. James A. Lyons. “…Never in my lifetime, did I believe I would witness our great country being taken down and withdrawn from our world leadership role by our own administration. The latest example is the flawed agreement with Iran on their nuclear weapons program.”
· NOMINATION FORMS For The Arizona Women’s Hall Of Fame are available on the Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame website at www.azwhf.org/inductions/living-legacies/. Nominations are due Oct 30, 2015, and should be mailed to the Arizona State Archives, Attn: AZWHF, 1901 W. Madison St., Phoenix, AZ 85009 or email your nomination as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. The women selected will be honored at the Arizona Women’s History Symposium March 25, 2016 at Scottsdale Community College. See more at www.azwhf.org
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
· LD13 PCs will meet 7 pm., Sept 8 at PebbleCreek Tuscany Falls Clubhouse – Chianti Rm, 16262 Clubhouse Drive, Goodyear, AZ. 85395. Former Secretary of State and current LD24 Chairman Ken Bennett will address the group. Registration open at 6:30 pm. Contact: Chr Wally Campbell email@example.com
· Sahaurita Tea Party Patriots can hear Pima County Board of Supervisor candidates Kim DeMarco and Marla Closen at 6:30 pm., Tues. Sept 8 at the Triple Play Restaurant (Duval Mine Road, west of I19). Other speakers include Gina Crawford representing “ No on Pima County $815 Million Bond” and Dr. Yale Wishnick of “I Connect America.org.
· The AZGOP Sun City Office Tuesday Coffee & Donuts Discussion Group will meet with political consultant Constantin Querard aka “CQ” at 9 am., Sept 8 in the facility at the NE corner of Bell Road/99th Ave.
· The NWVTea Party will meet at 6 pm., Tues., Sept 8 to hear Grassroots Tea Party Activists Francine Romesburg. A video about the Federal Reserve will be shown between 5-6 pm, - prior to the meeting. Contact; Chr Dennis Zinke firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Sun Lakes Republican Club will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., Sept 8. in the Arizona Room at Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 N. Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes, AZ 85248 to hear "The Free Market Warrior" Loren Spivack and Maricopa County Supervisor Denny Barney. Contact Mike Tennant, 480-802-0178.
· Congressman Trent Franks is listed among the speakers for the ACT for America National Conference and Legislative Briefing scheduled the week of Sept. 8 and 9 in Washington, DC. Other speakers include Brigitte Gabriel, Bill Whittle, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and many others. Registration: contact Lauren Finney at email@example.com.)
· The Huachuca Republican Women will meet at 10:30 am., Tues, Sept 8 at the Pueblo Del Sol Country Club. 2770 St. Andrews Dr, Sierra Vista, AZ 85650. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Arizona Project has cancelled its Mon., Sept 7 meeting in observations of Labor Day activities. At 6:30 pm., Sept 14 the group will view the Americans for Prosperity video Would You Be A Torch Bearer? in bringing back America. The Presidential debate and “Poor Man’s Steak Fry” (hot dogs/cowboy beans) is scheduled Wed., Sept 16 at 3375 E Shea Blvd #2, Phx. Contact: Chr Ron Ludders 602-677-1496.
· The Pima County Republican Club will meet at 11:30 am., Tues, Sept 8 to listen to Pima County District 1 Supervisors Ally Miller at 450 S Tucson Blvd, Tucson, 85716. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 email@example.com
· The Pima County Executive Committee meeting will be held at 5:30 pm., Thurs., Sept 10 at 17 W. Wetmore, Suite 300, Tucson, AZ 85705. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Northwest Valley Tea Party will meet at 6 pm., Tues, Sept 8 in the West Valley GOP office, 10050 W Bell Road #50, Sun City. They view a video at 5 pm, followed by the 6 pm. mtg featuring speaker Francine Romesburg of the Grassroots Tea Party Activists. . Contact Chr Dennis Zinke at email@example.com
· The Grassroots Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm., Wed., Sept 9 at Denny’s Restaurant, 2717 E Bell Road, Phoenix , to hear Dr. Lyle Rapacki, intelligence assessment specialist. Dinner can be ordered at 6 pm.
· Craig and Barbara Barrett will host a Sept 10 fundraiser for Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina – featuring Former US Sen. Jon Kyl. Co-hosts include Gary and Diane Tooker, Christine Jones, Karrin Kunasek Taylor, and Connie Wilhelm,
· The Pima County Republican Executive Committee will meet at 5:30 pm, Thurs., Sept 10 at 17 W. Wetmore, Suite 300, Tucson, AZ 85705. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 321-1492
· The AzRA North Central Chapter will meet at 11 am., Thur., Sept 10 at the Red Devil Restaurant, 2003 E Bell Road., Phoenix, AZ 85032. Contact: Sparky email@example.com
· Presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina, will kick off the National Federation of Republican Women’s convention on Fri., Sept 11. NFRW members do not have to be delegates to attend the convention. All registrants will be able to participate in the presidential straw poll. To register or for more information: https://ereg.biz/a/reg/NFRW15.
· The Oro Valley Republican Women will meet at 11:30 am, Fri., Sept 11 in the Oro Valley Libary. 1305 W Naranja Dr, Oro Valley AZ 85737. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Sabino High School Young Republican Club will meet Fri., Sept 11 at 5000 N Bowes Rd, Tucson, AZ 85749. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 email@example.com
· LD9 will meet at 9:30 am., Sat., Sept 12 at : La Paloma Urgent Care, 4001 E Sunrise Dr. Tucson.
· LD11 will meet at 10 am., Sat., Sept 12 in the Oro Valley Libary. 1305 W Naranja Dr, Oro Valley AZ 85737. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Republican Club of Green Valley/Sahuarita and the Sahuarita Tea Party Patriots annual BBQ “Take Back America with Boots on the Ground” is scheduled Sat., Sept 12 at the Cow Palace, I-19, Exit 48 (from north or south board). 5 pm cash bar. 6 pm dinner. RSVP by Dept 7 to Patti at 520-869-2992 ro email@example.com $30 per ticket. Guests: US Sen candidate Kelli Ward, Arizona Corporation Commission Chairman Susan Bitter Smith, State Treasurer Jeff DeWit, LD12 Rep Chris Ackerley, LD13 Rep Darrin Mitchell, Speaker of the House Dave Gowan, former State Senator Frank Antenori, Congresswoman Martha McSally, for Secretary of State Ken Bennett and Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 firstname.lastname@example.org
· Senator Ted Cruz will be speaking at the NFRW National Convention in 4 pm., Sat., Sept 12 in Scottsdale. Consultant Constantin Querard said, “We'll be having a booth there and we are looking for Cruz supporters to help staff it. So if you can spare an hour or two that weekend, we need volunteers from 11am-5pm on Fri, Sept 11, from 8am-5 pm, Sat., Sept 12 and from 8an-1 pm on Sun, Sept 13. T-shirts for volunteers. Contact: Querard at email@example.com or https://www.tedcruz.org/about/
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