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Monday – Oct 12, 2015
· Condolences To The Family Of Bernice Bowers, a Member of the Original North Valley Tea Party who suffered a heart attack at a hospital in Michigan and passed away 2:30 a.m. Sun, Oct 11 after a long bout with cancer. She was referred to as “one of the kindest and gentlest woman I have ever known.” “Bernice will be remembered as a gracious, caring, friendly, intelligent, informed and patriotic American. . . but most of all, as a lady.” No funeral will be held. She had opted for cremation and the most-private resolution of her demise.
· The Pinal County Republican Committee will host a Roberts Rules of Order Training Workshop taught by Parlimentarian Mike Peck at 10 am., Sat., Oct 17 at the 1891 Historic Courthouse in Florence, AZ. Contact: Mary Rodriguez PCRC Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Superstition Mountain Republican Club meets at 6:30pm, Tues., Oct 13 at Road Haven Mobile Park in Apache Junction. See: pinal.county
· The Pima County Republican Club will meet with Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, who is a CD1 candidate, at 11:30 am., Tues., Oct 13 at 450 S Tucson Blvd. Tucson, Arizona 85716. Contact: pimagop.org
· 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: pimagop.org
· The Say “No” To Tempe Union High School Override Protest is scheduled at 2 pm., Tues., Oct 13 at the TUHSD office at 500 W. Guadalupe Tempe 85283(NW corner of Guadalupe and Kyrene). Protestors say:
ü VOTE NO: Why does TUHSD need 28,000 devices “for the students” If the student population is 13,600?
ü VOTE NO: This is a permanent tax increase as overhead, staff, and increased bandwidth have not been budgeted for.
ü VOTE NO: There is No Parental Control over who your student will interact with on-line nor what content your child will download.
ü VOTE NO: This tax increase Will Not lead to more money for teachers but will lead to a decrease in teachers. (say-no-to-the-override-in-tempe)
· Phil Mason, Arizona Republican Assembly First Vice Chairman to LD18 Republican Precinct Committeemen (PCs): Tempe Union High School District (TUHSD) Governing Board’s Brandon Schmoll and his counterparts have a major impact on the citizens in the school district. Especially the ever increasing property taxes due to unnecessary school bonds and budget overrides.
Schmoll, who ran as a conservative small government Republican, just wrote an Opinion piece that appeared in the East Valley Tribune and Tempe-Ahwatukee Arizona Republic that should be filed in the Library Fiction section. He starts with the Alice in Wonderland statement that he is excited to see more dollars spent in the classroom. According to the latest Auditor General’s report, TUHSD is one of the worst school districts in the state for declining dollars to the classroom - dropping from 59.9% to 52.7% since 2008.
It is inconceivable that TUHSD has not been able to give its teachers an increase in pay for the last five years,( according to his statement), when it was one of the few school districts that received a huge INCREASE in funding from the State - from $17,209,612 to $22,136,315 according to the District’s Annual Financial Reports. Source: Arizona Department of Education Superintendent’s Annual Financial (SAFR) Reports 2006 and 2014.
With that huge increase in revenues and no teacher pay raises, the question arises - where did the money go? The same Annual Report prepared by TUHSD’s Finance Office seems to have the answer.
The number of classified managers in the District Office is now 230% of what there was in 2006 with no new schools. To justify the outrageous increase in classified managers, you must increase the number of classified employees in the district office, and they justify that while decreasing the number of teachers thereby increasing class sizes. Why are the teachers the ONLY group being given a lower priority by TUHSD? Source: Arizona Office of the Auditor General
TUHSD is proposing a historic 50% increase with this budget override. The taxpayers are being taken for a ride by administrative bureaucrats. There is NO need for a budget override. However, there is a need for a thorough housecleaning of elected officials who self-promote themselves to the furtherance of their political careers, and school personnel who believe in a bigger bureaucracy on the backs of citizens who are taxed enough already.
· 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
· 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: Richard Brinkley email@example.com
· 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)
· The Pima County GOP Trunk N’ Tusk Reunion Fundraiser Dinner is scheduled at 6 pm., Friday, Oct 16 at Poco and Moms Cantina, 7000 E Tanque Verde, Tucson featuring Congresswoman Martha McSally. 5 pm cocktails. Seating limited. $55 per person. RSVP required. Contact: 520-321-1492.
· Operation Enduring Gratitude (Veterans serving Veterans by Rebuilding Homes and Lives) is collecting canned good between Oct 19-Nov 13 at Wes MEC. Contact: OEG founder Charlie Ellis (480) 678-0938 Charlie@OperationEnduringGratitude.Org
· Congresswoman Martha McSally will honor the nominees and winner of the first ever Southern Arizona Congressional Veterans of Distinction Award at 4:30 pm., Tues., Oct 13 at the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System, R.E. Lindsey Jr. Auditorium Bldg 4, 3601 S. 6th Ave. in Tucson. In August, McSally’s office began accepting nominations for the award, which recognizes veterans in the Second District who continue to exemplify the principles at the core of our military: duty, service and a commitment to a cause greater than any one individual. A local panel of veterans and other community members reviewed the nominations. The winners and all veterans nominated will be recognized tomorrow.
· The Paradise Republican Women invite you to learn more about the “13 Hours in Benghazi: The Inside Account of What Really Happened” with speakers Mark “OZ” Geist and John “Tig” Tiegen at 7 pm Mon., Nov 16 at Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85258. 6pm VIP and Sponsors Reception. Geist and Tiegen are Marines , American security operatives and co-authors who share their first -hand knowledge of the harrowing true account from the brave men on the ground who fought back during the Battle of Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012. Tickets $40 per person, $75 per couple. Limited tickets available at Prwbenghazi.eventbrite.com VIP Seating / Reception / Photo / Autographed Book $150 . Contact: Anna Morrison 623-234-3717. Sponsor Packages Available. Cash Bar. Movie to be released Jan. 2016.
· Attorney and Constitutional expert Don Petrie will address Freedom Fires at 6:30 pm., Wed., Oct 14 at Burke Basic School, 131 E Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210.
· The-American-Economy-Is-A-Rino-(Republican-In-Name-Only) For the past few years, the Obama lovers in the media have been boasting about the supposedly great economy Americans are enjoying. According to this fictitious narrative, Obama’s strong leadership saved the economy and led to our “recovery,” but, in reality, we face today a RINO or “Recovery in Name Only” economy. The real economy was exposed in the September labor report. The country created only 142,000 new jobs, much less than expectations. This year, we are adding fewer than 200,000 new jobs each month, well below last year’s average of 260,000 new jobs per month. The so-called experts blame it on the global economic slowdown, yet, the economy of the United States has been troubled for years. We never recovered from the Great Recession of 2008 and have really been suffering from a prolonged recession
· Sen David Farnsworth will address Freedom Fires at 6:30pm., Wed., Oct 21 at Burke Basic School, 131 E Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210.
· Northeast Maricopa County Chapter Arizona Republican Assembly Chairman Ardith Hildebrant: In keeping with the unanimous vote by the Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) to oppose all city bond issues and school overrides until these taxing entities show they will be responsible with taxpayer money, the Northeast Maricopa County AzRA Chapter has mounted a robust effort to defeat the Scottsdale Bond Tax that is scheduled for a vote on November 3. Up against six of seven City Council members, including Mayor Lane, the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce, the Rose Law firm and other well-funded companies and organizations, the members of AzRA in Scottsdale nonetheless have put out over 100 signs at major intersections through the PAC, Taxpayers Speaking Out Against Scottsdale 2015 Bond 1-6 PAC #COS-2015-105 (taxpayersspeakingout.com). They have also handed out 14,000 flyers to voter households, installed yard signs and emailed to thousands of voters in Scottsdale. And they aren't done yet.
The city has approved $20 million to bail out the PGA, subsidized Super Bowl parties to the tune of $1million, provided $4million to prop up the Cultural Council and purchased shiny new trucks and cars for Scottsdale workers. Why were those things more important that doing the maintenance and repairs called for in the Bond questions 1-6?
Scottsdale has the highest per capita debt of any city in Maricopa County already and the largest per capita workforce of any city in Maricopa County. Taxpayers are still paying off the last bond they issued. Floating another Bond Issue is irresponsible.
Anyone in the Scottsdale voting area who would like to help can contact Ardith Hildebrant, Chapter President, at 480-861-7170
· Tom Jenney of Americans for Prosperity will address Freedom Fires at 6:30pm., Wed., Oct 28 at Burke Basic School, 131 E Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210.
· Tickets For The Nov 18 ‘Women In Public Policy’ are now available by contacting
Kim McWherter at (602) 889-7125 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The half day event held in off election years covers issues affecting women in politics, government, business, and the community. Over 300 people from across Arizona will gather at The Phoenician Resort, 6000 E Camelback Road, Scottsdale between 8:30 am-1:30 pm to discuss policy issues affecting women. The event will include three interactive panel discussions and a speaking program over lunch. Attendees will include top women in business, education, non-profits, the public sector. Individual Tickets are $129 each including lunch. Sponsorships are available via McWherter.
· Harvard-University-Study-Reveals-Astonishing-Link between firearms, crime and gun control … “There is a compound assertion that guns are uniquely available in the United States compared with other modern developed nations, which is why the United States has by far the highest murder rate,” report Kates and Mauser. “Though these assertions have been endlessly repeated," the statement “is, in fact, false.” Norway, Finland, Germany, France and Denmark, which have high rates of gun ownership, have low murder rates. On the other hand, in Luxembourg, where handguns are totally banned and ownership of any kind of gun is minimal, the murder rate is nine times higher than Germany. Their source of information? The United Nations' International Study on Firearms Regulation, published by the UN's Economic and Social Council and the United Nations Commission on Crime-Prevention and Criminal Justice.
· Floating Around The Internet: I knew someone would find a name for our election process for 2016. "Electile Dysfunction" -- The inability to become aroused over any of the choices for President.
· The Saddlebrooke Republican Club meets 4:30pm, Oct 28 at Mountain View Club House, Saddlebrooke. Contact: pinal.county
· The San Tan Republican Club will meet at 6 pm. Thurs., Oct 15 at Mountain Vista School with US Sen candidate Kelli Ward. Open to all Republicans. Contact: pinal.county
· Republican Women of Pinal County will meet at 10am, Fri., Oct 16 at Saddlebrooke Club House with Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, who is a CD1 candidate. Contact: pinal.county
· The Western Pinal County Republicans meet at 5:30 pm, Wed., Oct 21 at Eva’s Fine Mexican Restaurant in Casa Grande. Contact: pinal.county
· The Maricopa Republican Club meets at 10am, Thurs, Oct 22 at Villages Community Center City of Maricopa. Contact: pinal.county
· The Western Pinal County Chapter of AZRA meets Mon., Oct 26 at Siegals Suites Select, 540 N. Cacheris Court, Casa Grande. Speaker: Former Sec of State Ken Bennett, current candidate for CD1. Contact: pinal.county
· The Sabino High School Young Republican Club will meet Fri., Oct 16 at 5000 N Bowes Rd, Tucson, AZ 85749. Contact: pimagop.org
· The Quail Creek Republican Club will meet at 9 am., Sat., Oct 17 at Madera Clubhouse Ballroom #3. 2055 E Quail Crossing Blvd, Green Valley, AZ. Contact: pimagop.org
· 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 email@example.com
· 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/
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
· 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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 email@example.com
· 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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 email@example.com
· 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com
· 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. firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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: email@example.com
· 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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
· 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 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 email@example.com or the Treasurer (firstname.lastname@example.org) Payment/Reservations to FHRC Treasurer, P.O. Box 17814, Fountain Hills, AZ 85269 Contact: email@example.com or http://www.FHRepublicanClub.org. .
· 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
· Operation Enduring Gratitude (Veterans serving Veterans by Rebuilding Homes and Lives) is collecting canned good between Oct 19-Nov 13 at Wes MEC. Contact: OEG founder Charlie Ellis (480) 678-0938 Charlie@OperationEnduringGratitude.Org www.OperationEnduringGratitude.Org
· The Oct 19 Sun City Republican Club meeting will host House candidates Tony Rivero and Kevin Payne, and Corporation Commission candidate Rick Gray at 7 pm., in the Sundial Center, 14801 N 103rd Ave., Sun City, AZ. The nominating committee will address nominees for the 2016 Club Board members. There will be a discussion on the Christmas Party location and time. The Oct 19 pot luck will start at 6:30 pm, the club will furnish the main dish and also desert along with utensils. Please bring side dishes for 8 people. All republicans and independents voters are welcome to bring guests. Contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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