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Sunday – Oct 11, 2015
· See Complete List Of School District Overrides And Bond Election On Your Nov 3 early ballot at http://education.maricopa.gov/site/Default.aspx?PageID=257 Be informed before you cast your early ballot. Are these additional taxes for you to pay necessary? Arizona Republican Assemblies is making presentations on school issues, override/bond elections, waste of funds, etc. Contact: Chairman Thayer Verschoor or First Vice Chairman Phil Mason email@example.com to schedule a presentation. For the Dysart School District contact NWV AzRA Chapter Chair Lyle Tuttle at 623-451-6928 for firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Maricopa County Board Of Supervisors accepted three telescopes from the Fountain Hills Astronomy Club that can be checked out from the Fountain Hills Branch Library for a week at a time, by those age 18 and older who have a valid Maricopa County Library District (MCLD) card. The three Orion Starblast telescopes were donated to the library by Dr. Craig Gimbel, a Fountain Hills resident and member of the Fountain Hills Astronomy Club. He previously donated his personal collection of telescopes to the library for its outdoor sky watch programs.
· SaddleBrook Patriots will hear a presentation on Voter Fraud by AJ LaFaro who will address ballot harvesting, stuffing and tampering, closing the primaries and why conservative Republicans should join the Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) at 3 pm., Thurs., Oct 15 at The Preserve, 66567 E Catalina Hills Drive, Tucson, AZ 85739. Casual dress. LaFaro is Arizona’s national representative to the National Republican Assembly and is also the immediate past Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC). Contact: La Faro A J email@example.com or Richard Brinkley firstname.lastname@example.org
· The AZRA Prescott Chapter will meet at11 am., Sat., Oct 17 at Augie’s Restaurant, 1721 E Hwy 69, Prescott, AZ 86301 to for a presentation on Voter Fraud by AJ LaFaro who will address ballot harvesting, stuffing and tampering, closing the primaries and why conservative Republicans should join the Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA)
· Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies were recently conducted at the new Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Library Lounge expanding library services to the 1.3 million yearly travelers at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. See Library Lounge and ribbon cutting ceremony.
· Did You Know that more than 77,000 people participated in the “Maricopa County Reads” summer program, according to Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Chucri.
· LD2l Sen Debbie Lesko: Education Funding Q&A From Constituents, Plus Election Info:
1. How much money do AZ public school districts get?
According to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, the AZ Dept. of Education, and the AZ Auditor General’s reports,
The state average = $9,096/student/year
Funding varies by school district depending on federal funding, student needs, etc.
2. I represent people that live in Peoria & Dysart School Districts.
Peoria Schools FY2014 average = $7,800/student/year
Dysart Schools FY2014 average = $8,500/student/year
3. If a class has 25 students,
$ Per classroom in Peoria = $195,000
$ Per classroom in Dysart = $212,500
Avg. Teacher Salary in Peoria = $41,500
Avg. Teacher Salary in Dysart = $47,000
4. Thus, the amount left per 25 student classroom AFTER teacher pay is deducted is:
Peoria Schools: $153,500 per classroom after teacher pay deducted
Dysart Schools: $165,500 per classroom after teacher pay deducted
5. My Property Taxes are too high. Why do the schools keep asking for override/bond tax increases? Why did they ask for increases in the good financial times prior to the recession and budget cuts?
Bond/Override elections have been around a long time in both good and bad financial times. In many cases, like in Peoria and Dysart, voting yes will increase your property tax bill. For details on your school’s override/bond election and how much it will affect your property taxes, visit your school district’s website or ask your elected school board members.
6. Does the legislature fund the schools enough?
K-12 education is, by far, our state’s largest expense. This year the legislature voted to spend 42% of our state general fund on K-12 education. The next highest expenses are 13% on healthcare for the poor and 11% on prisons. In comparison, CPS, which protects abused children, got 4%. Note: In addition to the money that comes from the state legislature, schools also get property taxes, sales taxes, and federal funding.
7. The legislature and governor are currently looking at ways to increase education funding without raising taxes and without neglecting other areas, like CPS, which has asked for more money to protect abused children.
Unlike the federal government, the state legislature has to balance the state budget each year. We need to balance the needs of the entire state. If we give more in one place, we have to take it from somewhere else. Although 2015 state revenues are higher than expected, much of the extra revenues came from capital gains and is not expected to continue, so it would be unwise to commit one time funds for ongoing expenses.
8. Why is so much of the override money being spent on a day of half-kindergarten instead of for teachers in grades 1-12? Why did the school superintendent get a raise if funds are so short?
I suggest you contact your school board members on these questions. They are the ones that vote on how the money we give them is spent.
9. Why is the legislature disputing the education funding lawsuit in court?
Because we believe we did the right and sensible thing during the recession. In addition, the consequences of losing the lawsuit would wreak havoc on our state budget and force us to raise taxes or cut vital funding in other areas. In 2000, the voters approved a ballot measure that requires the state to increase education funding by approximately 2% per year. The law says that the increase can be based on the base funding level OR the school transportation funding level. During the recession, the legislature based the increase on the less costly transportation funding level because we had limited funds. Prior to that and since then, we paid on the higher amount and during the good times we even paid more. The schools sued and it’s been in the courts ever since.
10. Override/Bond Election Info:
Mail-in Ballots: Mail in before Oct. 29th or drop off at polls on Nov. 3rd.
Nov. 3rd Polls open 6am-7pm. Bring ID.
Polling locator: (location is probably DIFFERENT than normal): http://recorder.maricopa.gov/pollingplace/
Contact: DLesko@azleg.gov or 602-926-5413.
· LD1 will host Dr. Carl Goldberg, speaking on Sharia vs. the Constitution, at 7 pm., Oct. 12 at Desert Hills Community Church, 34835 N. 7th St., Phx. 85086 (7th St. and Carefree Hwy). Contact: Chairman Cathy Schwanke email@example.com ld1azgopmc.com
· A Quarter Of The Nation’s Flood Control Alert Stations are in Maricopa County? The District has installed and maintains over 300 rain, water-level and weather stations throughout Maricopa and surrounding counties. The data, real-time or historic, may be viewed using the Flood & Control ALERT Interactive Data Display (AIDD) Map.
· There Is Still Room For Two Or Three Viet Nam Vet’s on the Colorado River Tea Party “Welcome Home Viet Nam Veterans” float scheduled for the Tues., Nov 13 Veterans Day Parade in Yuma. Contact: Chr Sally Kizer coloradoriverteaparty.org/
· Politics on the Rocks sponsoring the 2 pm., “Reunion” of The Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships: Horses & Horsepower on Sat, Oct 24 at Westworld of Scottsdale's Polo Field, 16601 N. Pima Rd. (101 & Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd.), Scottsdale, AZ 85260. tickets click here. Contact: National Committee member firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Maricopa County Board Of Supervisors has recognized Dr. Jeffrey Alvarez and Dr. Dawn Noggle with the Maricopa County Correctional Health Services department, named the Health Care Facility of the Year by the National Commission on Health Care (NCCHC).
· Kristan Hawkins, President, Students For Life Of America: Our bus just pulled onto the University of Pittsburgh, the fourth campus on our “Don’t Fund Planned Parenthood” National Tour, so I don’t have a lot of time to write this morning. But I just wanted to let you know that the response so far on campuses has been amazing!
Our big pink bus can be seen everywhere and students are walking across campus to read our bus, get our free t-shirts and postcards, and see our 897 crosses, which represent the number of babies that Planned Parenthood kills daily.
And of course, Planned Parenthood and their supporters are there as well.
Tuesday, at UNC-Chapel Hill, a pitiful little group of protestors gathered to hold signs warning students of our “misinformation” campaign. One protester even stripped down to her bra so she could write anti-life messages on her stomach.
But that’s not all that happened. When we left UNC and headed to Planned Parenthood next to campus to pray, they called the cops on our bus and said we were trespassing.
Thankfully, after 4 squad cars and a few long conversations, our team got the police officers to admit that we were, in fact, NOT trespassing.
It’s safe to say now that the "cat is out of the bag" and Planned Parenthood national is not happy about our anti-Planned Parenthood bus…the first one in the history of our pro-life movement.
· The Fountain Hills Branch Library is one of 17 libraries operated by the Maricopa County Library District. For more information about the telescopes and other STEM type programs at MCLD libraries, visit www.mcldaz.org.
· The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is looking for volunteers interested in becoming Adoption Ambassadors to foster care dog for several weeks prior to adoption. Contact: Animal Care Center at (602) 506-PETS (7387) or http://www.maricopa.gov/pets/
· Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Congressman David Schweikert, State Senator John Kavanagh, State Representatives Michelle Ugenti and Jay Lawrence, County Recorder Helen Purcell, Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Chucri, Community College Board member Dana Saar, Mayor Linda Kavanagh, and US Senator John McCain and US Senate candidates Kelli Ward and Alex Meluskey have confirmed they will be attending the 4-6 pm., Sat., Oct 17 Fountain Hills Republican Club Fall Forum/buffet dinner at the FH Presbyterian Church, 13001 N. Fountain Hills, Blvd. Contact: email@example.com or http://www.FHRepublicanClub.org
· Beginning October 1, Maricopa County’s Parks and Recreation Department brought back the “Buy One, Get one” promotion allows park visitors who pay the camping fee for one night, or more, at a desert mountain county park to receive one night of equal or lesser value for free at any of the County’s desert parks during that same stay. This is the seventh year the department has offered the Buy One, Get One promotion.
· A Two-Mile ‘Full-Moon’ Hike will begin at Usery Park, 3939 N Usery Pass Road, Mesa at 7 pm, Oct 28. The park ranger requests that participants bring a flashlight, water and wear closed-toe shows. No pets, please. Contact: 480- 984-0032 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The 2016 Maricopa County Republicans Mandatory meeting will be conducted Jan 16, 2016 in Church of the Nations, 6225 N Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ. 85012, confirms MCRC Executive Director April Riggins, who is co-chairing the event with Dan Grimm.
· Pioneer Living History Museum Harvest Fest is scheduled from 9 am-5 pm., Oct 17-18, 24-25 and Oct 31-Nov 1 at 3901 W Pioneer, (Phoenix Exit 225 from I-17 North of Carefree Highway). Free pumpkins while supply lasts. Gun shows, pumpkin patch painting, hayrides, vendors, music, family entertainment, gold panning etc. Tickets pioneerharvestfest.tickets/ $24 At Gate, kids 2 and under free. Police Officers/Firefighters: $1 per paid head (attendance) will be donated to the 100 Club and Firefighters Charities (it will be a split .50 each per paid person). 25% off to firefighters and police officers along with their families (up to 3 guests). This can be combined with coupons.
· The Alex Meluskey For Senate Campaign has a new campaign headquarters, at 10603 N. Hayden Rd. Suite 110. Scottsdale, AZ 85260. There will be a grand opening “Open House” on Nov 7, preceded by a press conference and open interviews with Meluskey. Contact: Comm Dir Joel Andrews Frewa www.Meluskey.com JoelFrewa (954) 907-3292
· AZ Heroes to Hometowns needs of donations by Nov 11 to purchase 2,500 turkeys hams, along with $20 grocery gift cards to provide meals for military families at Thanksgiving, according to founder Kathy Pearce. email@example.com
· US Sen Candidates Dr. Kelli Ward, Alex Meluskey and Clair Van Steenwyk are available to speak at events or to groups. To schedule:
ü Ward, Contact Carolyn Leff at 928- 230-0633 or firstname.lastname@example.org
· The West Valley GOP Office Debate Party has been cancelled in lieu of CNN’s Democratic Primary Debate in Las Vegas, according to office manager Peter Lee.
· Gallup Poll: Record-High-Americans-Identify-Independents Republican Identification Lowest In At Least 25 Years.
- Links To All 9 Planned Parenthood Videos
ü 1st Planned Parenthood video: video 1
ü 2nd Planned Parenthood video: video 2
ü 3rd Planned Parenthood video: video 3
ü 4th Planned Parenthood video: video 4
ü 5th Planned Parenthood video: video 5
ü 6th Planned Parenthood video: video 6
ü 7th Planned Parenthood video: video 7
ü 8th Planned Parenthood video: video 8
ü 9th Planned Parenthood video: video 9
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· GOP Presidential Candidate Contacts:
Ben Carson www.bencarson.com
Bobby Jindal www.bobbyjindal.com
Carly Forina www.carlyforpresident.com
Chris Christi www.chrischristie.com
Donald Trump www.donaldjtrump.com
George Patake www.georgepataki.com
Jeb Bush www.jeb2016.com
John Kasich www.johnkasich.com
Lindsey Graham www.lindseygraham.com
Marc Rubio www.marcorubio.com
Mike Huckabee www.mikehuckabee
Rand Paul www.randpaul.com
*Rick Perry www.rickperry.org Campaign suspended
Rick Santorum www.ricksantorum.com
Scott Walker www.scottwalker.com Campaign suspended
Ted Cruz www.tedcruz.org
CALENDAR OF EVENTS .
· LD 29 will meet at 7 pm., Mon, Oct 12, at 12836 W Colter St, Litchfield Park, 85340. 6 pm social. Contact Chairman Alan Gaugert email@example.com 623-330-3622.
· Congressman Paul Gosar will be updating the Highway 69 Republicans at 6 pm., Mon., Oct 12 at the Puerta Vallarta Restaurant, 11901 E. Hwy 69, Dewey Az, 86327. 5 pm social hour. RSVP to June at 899-3150 http://www.highway69republicans.com
· The Western Pinal County Chapter of The Arizona Republican Assembly will meet at 6:30 pm on Mon, Oct 12, at Siegel Suites Select (formerly Legacy Suites), at 540 N. Cacheris Ct, Casa Grande, located ½ mile west of I-10 on Florence Blvd. Program includes speaker Alex Meluskey, Candidate for US Senate. Meluskey, is a long time business founder and owner in the printing industry. He is a syndicated radio talk show host, a precinct committeeman, a grassroots activist, held appointments on government organizational boards, and is the state director for the Fair Tax in Arizona. Contact: Secretary Jason Hayes 202-394-7202 firstname.lastname@example.org
· A Tempe Union High School District Override Protest is scheduled between 2-3 pm.., Tues. Oct 13 at the TUHSD office, 500 W. Guadalupe Tempe. 85282. (NW corner of Kyrene and Guadalupe). See Say No To The Override In Tempe and The Education Action Network Contact: Peggy McClain email@example.com
· The Sun Lakes Republican Club will meet at 6:30 pm., Oct 13 with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio because “he is the greatest sheriff in the USA.” The meeting is scheduled at the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 N. Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes Az 85248. Contact President Michael Tennant firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Huachuca Republican Women will meet at 10:30 am., Tues., Oct 13 at Pueblo Del Sol Country Club. 2770 St. Andrews Dr, Sierra Vista, AZ 85650. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 email@example.com
· The Pima County Republican Club will meet at 11:30 am., Tues., Oct 13 at 450 S Tucson Blvd. Tucson, Arizona 85716. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Mingus Mountain Republican Club Luncheon is scheduled at 11 am., Tues., Oct 13 to address the Mingus Mountain Union High School Special Bond Election. Supt Dr Paul Tighe will speak in behalf of the bond passage. Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) First Vice President Phil Mason will present “Truth in School Funding.” 11:15 am luncheon. 1 pm program. Luncheon price $11 per person. No lunch meeting fee $3, soda $1. RSVP to MingusMountain@Hotmail.com or call Niles Haton 928-649-1643. Meeting to be held at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #7400, 705 E Aspen St., Cottonwood, AZ. For AzRA information contact Mason at www.AzRA2016.com
· LD 13 will meet at 7 pm., Tues., Oct 13 at PebbleCreek Tuscany Falls Clubhouse – Chianti Room, 16262 Clubhouse Drive, Goodyear, AZ. 85395. Registration opens at 6:30pm. State Treasurer Jeff DeWit is scheduled to speak. Contact Chairman Wallie Campbell email@example.com 623-451-1100.
· LD28 will meet at 7 pm., Tues., Oct 13 at the Madison School Board Room, 5601 North 16th Street, Phoenix, to hear a presentation from David Gonzales, the longest serving US Marshall in the country. Gonzales is the former Arizona Department of Public Safety Commander and Chief of Staff. See http://azld28gop.org/
· Congressman Trent Franks Town Hall meeting with constituents is scheduled at 6 p m., Tues., Oct 13 at Glendale Adult Center, 5970 W. Brown St., Glendale, AZ 85302. Contact: Destiny Edwards, Communications Director and Jessica Cahill, Press Secretary (202) 225-4576.
· Capitol Times ‘Morning Scoop’ is scheduled at 7:15 am, Tues., Oct 13 at Alexi's Grill, 3550 N. Central Ave., Ste. 120, Phoenix for a panel discussion on health care. Panelist: Sen. Nancy Barto, Chairman, Health Care & Medical Liability Reform, Arizona State Senate; Rep. Randall Friese, Member, Health committee, Arizona House of Representatives; Dean Stuart D. Flynn, MD, University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix; Greg Vigdor, President/CEO, Arizona Hospital & Healthcare Association with Moderator: Jim Small, Arizona News Service Editor. Reservations requested. RSVP HERE Seating limit 100. Complimentary continental breakfast provided. Contact: Tracy Keller at (602) 889-7140 or firstname.lastname@example.org
· The SaddleBrooke Republican Club will host House Speaker David Gowan and Majority Leader Steve Montenegro at 4 pm., Oct 14 at the Ballroom of the Mountain View Country Club, 38759 S. Mountain View Blvd, SaddleBrooke, AZ 85739. Doors open at 3:30 pm. Contact: Neil MacDonald. Vice President Communications. SaddleBrooke Republican Club. email@example.com
· The Arrowhead Republican Women will meet at 11:30 am., Wed., Oct 14 at Briarwood Country Club, 20800 N. 135th Ave., Sun City West. US Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward will address her work as a state senator. Check-in begins 10:45am. Reservation required . $20 per person - payable by cash or check at the door. Open to Republican women registered to vote in AZ - Republican men may join as associate members. Reservations and cancellation deadline is 5 pm., Fri, Oct 9. Luncheon reservations http://arrowheadrw.weebly.com/luncheons. If you do not receive confirmation contact Lezlee at 602-354-5224.
· Congressman Matt Salmon will address the Leisure World Republican Club at 7 pm., Oct 14 in Ballroom 1, 908 S Power Road., Mesa. Please enter at the main gate so you don’t get lost. Contact: Call Diane Andersen 480 395-5515.
· The Ahwatukee Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm., Thur., Oct 15 at the Clarion Hotel Desert Meeting Room, 5121 E. La Puente Ave (51st St/Elliot Road), Ahwatukee (Phx). Doors open at 6:30 pm. Speaker: Barbara Medal addressing “Agenda 21 Opponent/Researcher”. Agenda 21 is about control of the individual, elimination of private ownership, control of fishery and farm harvest and control of business by government and promotes "equal rights" for all living things and non-living objects: humans, animals, plants, rocks and rivers. It is a globalist attempt to impose UN environmental regulations aimed at your local city and towns through the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI). Medal, a retired nurse from Tempe, will speak on the implications of Agenda 21. She is Fourth Vice Chaiman of LD26 and Sargent-At-Arms for the Republican Party of Maricopa County. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
· An Evening With US Senate Candidate Dr. Kelli Ward will be hosted by the San Tan Republican Club at 6 pm., on Oct 15 at the San Tan Heights Middle School, 33622 N Mountain Vista Blvd, 85242 [off Hunt Hwy]. RSVP by Oct 10 to Dr. Debra Banksat email@example.com Home-made desserts and refreshments will be served. Contributions of $5 per person (unless a paid member) will be expected.
· Capt. Brian Jeffries, President of the Arizona Professional Firefighters Association, make a presentation Oct 15 on the new Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Wesley Bolin Plaza at the State Capitol during his presentation to LD24 at the AZGOP Headquarters,3501 N. 24th St., Phx. Signs in at 6:30 pm. 7 pm mtg. Jeffries has been in the Fire/EMS service since 1991. He is currently a Captain/Paramedic for the City of Mesa Arizona Fire Department and is the Union President for IAFF Local 2260, representing Fire Fighters in the City of Mesa, the Town of Gilbert, the Apache Junction Fire District and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa and Fort McDowell Indian Communities. He also serves as the Executive Vice President for the Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona. Bryan is a former District 2 Phoenix City Councilman.
· The Chino Valley Pachyderm will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., Oct 15 at the Prescott Golf/Country Club, 1030 Country Club Blvd., Dewey, AZ 86327 to hear from Constantin Querard aka “CQ” – conservative campaign manager and Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz lead Arizona person, on vetting candidates, working or managing a campaign and how to be a candidate. RSVP to Sue Goodchild firstname.lastname@example.org or 636-7355.
· Tempe Republican Women need some muscle to help at 5:30 pm, Thurs., Oct 15 at 5:30, Fri, Oct 16 from 7 am-2p, and Oct. Oct 17 7am until noon, to help set and dismantle in conjunction with the garage sale fundraiser. Volunteers should contact Chairman Jessica Merrow at email@example.com or call 480-306-2545. Donations can be dropped off at 1264 E Wesleyan in Tempe this weekend. Please call 480-220-9598 prior to drop off.
· Tempe Republican Women are planning their final garage sale of the year from 7 am-2 pm, Friday, Oct 16 and from 7 am until noon on Oct 17 at the home of Alison Quinn, 1264 E Wesleyan, Tempe, 85282. Please drop off donations in her drive way the first two weekends in October. If you wish to donate, but can’t drop off contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 480-306-2545. Tempe Republican Women need volunteers to help set up (5:30 pm., Thur., Oct 15 and take down (Sat., Oct 17 and to help run the sale. They also need popup tents and fold out tables.
· The Sabino High School Young Republican Club will meet Fr., Oct 16 at 5000 N Bowes Rd, Tucson, AZ 85749. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 email@example.com
· The 50th Anniversary Of The Arizona Burn Center will be celebrated during the 11th Annual Burn Symposium, scheduled Oct 16 at the facility. The symposium is a one-day course designed to present a review of current knowledge, research and innovations in burn care. This year’s symposium focuses on Celebrating The Past, Transforming The Future. The day’s session begins with a continental breakfast followed by a series of presentations by nationally recognized faculty affiliated with the world of burn. Contact: http://www.azburncenter.org/article/burnsymposium
· The Fountain Hills Republican Club’s Fall Forum and buffet dinner is scheduled from 4-6 pm, Sat, Oct 17 at the Fountain Hills Presbyterian Church, 13001 N Fountain Hills Blvd. All Republicans invited. This event replaces the traditional FHRC's September picnic in Golden Eagle Park as the club's main fundraising event. Tickets: $15 for members advance pay/$18 for non-members and at the door. Youth 12 and under free. All elected officials and candidates are invited to attend and speak. RSVP: Mail check payable to the Fountain Hills Republican Club to the club's Treasurer at P.O. Box 17814, Fountain Hills, AZ 85269-7814. Additionally, reservations will be accepted by the club Secretary, Boe James, at the Oct 8 LD 23 meeting. Elected officials and candidates planning on attending are requested to notify the club's 1st Vice Chair firstname.lastname@example.org or the Treasurer (email@example.com) Payment/Reservations to FHRC Treasurer, P.O. Box 17814, Fountain Hills, AZ 85269
· We the People will present the Tucson City Council Candidates at 3 pm., Sat. Oct 17 in Jesse Owens Park, R1, 400 S Sarnoff Dr. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 firstname.lastname@example.org
· LD3 and LD4 will meet at 9 am., Sat., Oct 17 at the Golden Coral Resturant. 6383 S Midvale Park Road. Tucson, Arizona. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 email@example.com
· Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Chucri will address the Fountain Hills Republican Club “Fall Forum/Dinner” scheduled between 4-6 pm, Sat., Oct 17 at the FH Presbyterian Church. All candidates and elected officials are invited. This event replaces the traditional FNRC’s September picnic in Golden Eagle Park. $15 per advance pay. $18 for non-members and at the door arrivals. Youth 12 and under free. Secretary of State Michelle Reagan is scheduled for Nov 21. Their Christmas party is Dec. 12.
· The Quail Creek Republican Club will meet at 9 a.m, Sat., Oct 17 in the Madera Clubhouse Ballroom #3. 2055 E Quail Crossing Blvd, Green Valley, AZ. Contact: Phone: (520) 321-1492 firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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
· Sen Jeff Flake has scheduled his second breakfast in the 114th Congressional Coffee and Cocoa Cup Club series at 8 am., Sat., Oct 17 at the Phoenix Airport Marriott, 1101 N 44th St., Phoenix, AZ 85008. Registration begins at 7:30 am. Limited seating. $50 for a 114th Congressional CCC Series membership, breakfast, and a souvenir hot beverage mug. $30 for breakfast for current members who register online. RSVP by NOON on Wed, Oct 14 to coffee-and-cocoa-club-breakfast. Contact: email@example.com or call 602-845-0333.
· Coffee with Congressman Paul Gosar is scheduled at 9 am., Oct 17 at the Common Grounds Café, 6877 W Kings Ranch Road, Gold Canyon, AZ. Contact: Penny Pew firstname.lastname@example.org 480-882-2697 www.gosar.house.gov
· Receptions In Support Of The Arizona Republican Party, featuring Gov Doug Ducey and AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham, are scheduled between 4:30-6 pm., Sat., Oct 17 at the home of Julia and Barry Smith, 9625 N 55th St., Paradise Valley, AZ and at 7 pm, Tues, Oct 20 at the Capitol Hill Club in Washington, DC. Suggested contribution: Host - $5,000, PAC or $1,000 Individual, Attendee: $1,000 PAC or $500 Individual. Co-hosts Senators Jeff Flake and John McCain, Congressmen Trent Franks, Paul Sogar, Martha McSally,Matt Salmon, David Schweikert and honorary host include former congressmen Jim Kolbe, Jon Kyl and John Shadegg. RSVP Michelle Hyde at (602) 633-2777, email@example.com or Corinne Lovas at (623) 218-6616, firstname.lastname@example.org
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· Arizona Speaker Of The House David Gowan became the first candidate in the race for Congressional District One to sign the Eagle Forum’s “Stop Common Core Pledge.” “For me, this was an easy pledge to make because it was nothing more than a continuation of my
history of opposing Common Core, no matter what it was called.” said Gowan. The pledge commits its signers to opposing Common Core and limiting or eliminating various
aspects of Common Core such as data collection, directed vocational training, and nationalized assessments. “The Federal Government has no Constitutional authority when it comes to education, and Common Core represents nothing more than the next step in the federal takeover of our schools.” said Gowan, continuing “I believe that control of the schools ought to be a local matter, and I will fight against any efforts to give control to bureaucrats thousands of miles away from Arizona.”
· Steve Kroft Interviews Obama 60 Minutes
· The-Best-GOP-Campaign-Ad-Yet Hunting RINOs
· Clip Of Ann Rand Calling Arabs 'Savages' Donahue Show
· John McCain Worries House Turmoil Will Hurt GOP In 2016 "People Do Expect Us To Govern."
· Republicans Are Fed Up With Their Party, But Fired Up For 2016 57% Of Republican Voters Saw Their Party As Being Largely Divided. In Contrast, An Equal 57% Of Democratic Voters Said Their Party Was Generally United.
· Farrakhan’s Nation Of Islam Rally Issues Threats Rallying Cry: “Justice Or Else”
· Hillary: “Bordering” On Mcbehavior Babeu, Clinton And Mccain All Shameless Reruns
- The-Martian-Survives, Martians-Are-Us
- Russell Pearce
- Pearce Responds To Montini
- Abortion Song: Regrets Of A 17 Year Old
· The Fortress Stone. Music and Lyrics by Jason Barney in collaboration with Bill Norton, Jared Taylor, and Barb Stowell.
· AZ Border Defenders Updated Daily
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