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Friday, April 10, 2015
The U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO) made up entirely of Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas organizations will spend Monday and Tuesday of next week on Capitol Hill advocating their position as the first national Muslim political party. Understanding The Threat encourages all readers to contact their Senators and Representatives to educate them. Ask them why they are allowing terrorists on Capitol Hill.
· AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham stirred up a Horne’s Nest when he told a LD18 PC Peggy McClain to “get a life” on “Tweeter” Easter night when she questioned his closing the April 18 AZGOP State Executive meeting to PCs as observers. Consequently, some of McClain’s fellow PCs are riled enough that they are planning to rally at 9 am, April 18 at AZGOP headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St., Phx., to “give Chairman Graham the chance to open the doors to us.” PCs interested in joining the “Get A Life” rally to send a strong message to Graham should contact McClain at email@example.com
McClain writes: “In January, we Precinct Committeemen elected Robert Graham as our Party Chair. At the same meeting, we overwhelmingly passed a resolution to close the Republican Primaries. Many have kept the heat on Chairman Graham to fulfill this mandate. However, as the State Party Board meeting draws near, he is becoming irritated and is not likely to allow the PCs to sit in on this meeting, which in the past has been open to Precinct Committeemen. Does this have anything to do with keeping the primaries open and ignoring the mandate of the elected State PCs?
“Are we Precinct Committeeman going to be shut out from the proceedings of those we elected to represent us? Fellow PCs, it's up to us to demand transparency and accountability of our State Chairman. Broken promises, closed meetings, and being personally demeaned is not acceptable. Join us at GOP Party Headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St. Phoenix, on April 18, 2015 between 9-10AM. Let's give Chairman Graham the chance to open the doors to us.”
· Speaking Of Closed State Committee Meetings Claims From The AZGOP: Add Randy Pullen to a former GOP Chairmen who did NOT close his State Meetings to observer PCs. Immediate past Chairman Tom Morrissey emphatically announced he had never closed the state committee meetings during this term either. So where did current chairman Robert Graham get the idea that prior meeting were closed.
· Maricopa County Republican Chairman Tyler Bowyer has directed an election be held to replace recently resigned LD13 Chairman Richard ‘Dick’ Landis, in accordance with the county party bylaws. Bowyer’s directive points out that ARS Title 16 stipulates that Legislative District bylaws should conform with county, state or national state bylaws. .. and that the LD13 bylaws include the same stipulation.
Maricopa County Republican bylaws Section 4, Article C: Vacancy of District Chairman 1. In the case of a vacancy in the office of District Chairman (except when such vacancy occurs within a sixty (60) day period prior to an organizational meeting), at a special meeting in which a quorum is present, the PCs within the District Committee shall meet and elect by vote of the majority present, in person or by proxy, a successor to hold office for the unexpired term. Notice of such election and a proxy shall be mailed at least ten (10) days prior to such a meeting. 2. Should a vacancy occur within a sixty (60) day period prior to an organizational meeting of the District Committee, the vacancy created shall be filled by election at such organizational meeting of the District Committee.
A dust up erupted within LD13 after Landis distributed an April 8 message to LD13 Precinct Committeemen (PCs) cancelling the April 14 LD meeting (six days after his April 2 “effective immediately” resignation letter 4-9-15-briefs was submitted to Bowyer). Landis, nor his executive board, notified PCs of his resignation, nor did his meeting cancellation message mention his April 2 resignation. Nor were PCs told that Bowyer had notified Landis on April 2 that an election would be required to fill the chairmanship via county bylaws.
Shortly before noon, Thurs., April 9 immediate past LD13 Chairman Robert Branch, e-mailed LD13 PCs questioning Landis’s authority to cancel the April 14 meeting six days after Landis was no longer the chairman. Branch informed the PCs that an election was required to replace Landis. (See Branch e-mail 4-9-15-briefs)
In a late night, 11:14 pm., Thurs, April 9 e-mail, First Vice Chairman Wallie Campbell challenged the election with the distribution of an e-mail that reads: “Hello LD 13 PC’s - It is unfortunate that your inbox is being filled with such unnecessary correspondence relative to the resignation of Dick Landis. To bring you all up to speed, Dick did tender his resignation a week ago due to a personal medical condition that was not clear to him at the time of his election. Prior to his resignation, he contacted me and in that we had both read the current LD13 Bylaws (attached) previously, we were in agreement that according to our LD13 By Laws an order of succession was called for – therefore in his letter he stipulated that I, Wally Campbell, would take over as chairman. Mr. Bowyer in response, referenced the County Bylaws, unaware of our By Laws. The past week has been used, not avoiding anything, but working to clear things up. The hard copy of the By Laws that we had seen earlier was misplaced, however we were given an electronic copy by the former Chairman Bob Branch today. I have forwarded those to Tyler Bowyer and am awaiting his reply in order to proceed accordingly. There is not now, nor has there been any intent to keep anyone in the dark, avoid transparency or anything of the sort. We were strictly attempting to follow the LD 13 ByLaws and give you, the elected PC’s, the most current information. It is unfortunate I was not contacted by Bob Branch, or apparently our By Laws read, prior to the emails of earlier today. Hopefully we will have this all worked out in time to have an orderly and productive meeting as soon as we know what sort of meeting we should have. - Wally Campbell
Bowyer’s written directive was issued at 7:19 am, Fri., April 10.
· The East Valley Pro-Life Alliance is pushing for legislation similar to the recent adopted State of Kansas “Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act.” Contact Joseph Perron, 480-216-7217 Life@EVProLifeAlliance.org or your legislators at http://www.azleg.gov/memberroster.asp
· LD24 Vice Chairman Joe Abate has been appointed as the AZGOP Parliamentarian. He serves as legal counsel to numerous Republican organizations and is a six-time delegate to the Republican National Convention .
· The Russell Pearce Talk Show airs live every Saturday between 6-7 pm, on KKNT960 AM The Patriot. Call in 602-508-0960. The April 4 guest is Dr. Harlan T. Stratton, who will be discussing “Illegal Alien And Disease Brought To America “with Pearce.
· “The 48th” Plays Every Saturday at 6 pm on AZTV featuring former GOP Executive Director Kurt Davis and former Dem Spokesman Frank Camacho.
· Gov Doug Ducey: "It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of Arizona's cherished former Governor, Raúl Héctor Castro. Arizonans will never forget Governor Castro. He was an honorable public servant, a history-maker, a beloved family man and a strong friend and fighter for Arizona. Whether as a county attorney, a superior court judge, a United States ambassador or - as we will best remember him - our 14th governor, his life and legacy of service is forever ingrained in our history. The thoughts and prayers of all Arizonans are with Governor Castro's family and loved ones during this difficult time. While our state will grieve this immense loss, it's also important to celebrate the esteemed life and legacy of a great man who lived a full life of exemplary service to Arizona and its people. In honor of Governor Castro, I have ordered that all state flags be lowered to half-staff."
· LD16 Will Meet At 7 Pm., April 16 to hear LD5 Sen Kelli Ward, a potential primary challenger to incumbent US Senator John McCain, and get legislative updates from Sen Dave Farnsworth, Reps Doug Coleman and Kelly Townsend, and a City of Mesa update by Kevin Thompson. Contact: Chr Trevor Hansen.
· Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is slated to speak to the LD24 Republicans on May 21.
· The LD17 Precinct Committeeman Training Session is scheduled from 10 am-noon, Sat., April 11 at the Sun Lakes Country Club Navajo Room, 25601 E. Sun Lakes Blvd. North, Chandler, AZ 85248. Ray Sweeney from the Republican Party of Maricopa County is the trainer. Please R.S.V.P. to Carolyn McCorkle at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 9 to receive a copy of the training materials at the meeting.
· The LD17 monthly meeting begins at 7 pm., Tues., April 28 at the Tri-City Baptist Church Seminary Building (south side of parking lot), 2211 W. Germann Road, Chandler, AZ 85286 Map Here. Contact: Chr Shadow Asgari LD17shadow@gmail.com
· The Mexican Wolf/Livestock Coexistence Council announces the deadline for Arizona and New Mexico livestock producers to submit applications to receive “payments for wolf presence” in 2014 under the Mexican Wolf/Livestock Coexistence Plan. Applications for wolf presence payments are due by June 1, 2015. Applications are available on the Coexistence Council website: http://www.coexistencecouncil.org/.
· The April 13 Concerned Veterans for America Rally in Phoenix commemorates the first year anniversary of the VA scandal. Speakers include Gov Doug Ducey and CVA CEO Pete Hegseth. Representatives from Arizona’s congressional offices will be on hand to provide assistance to veterans who having issues with the VA. RSVP to Matt Kenney at email@example.com or DVA Legislative/political Director Dan Caldwell at 602-999-0888.
· A Free Political Speech Debate is scheduled at 7 pm., Tues., April 28 at the Cronkite Journalism School at the ASU downtown Campus in Phoenix, featuring four legal experts who will address whether anonymous giving benefits or harms free speech and democratic participation. Free admission. Limited seating. Contact: Jason Lloyd 602-633-8984 to make a reservation. Details here.
· The Arizona Federation of College Republicans will host Congressman David Schwiekert At 6:30 pm., Sat., April 18 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, 7200 N Scottsdale Road., Paradise Valley AZ 85253. Tickets $75 per person or $140 per couple. Table of 10 - $650. RSVP: Zoey Kotzambasis at azcollegeGOP@gmail.com or 520-591-6191.
· Congressman Matt Salmon on the passing of former Arizona Governor Raul Hector Castro. “Arizona mourns the passing of former Governor Raul Hector Castro. Governor Castro’s contributions to the state have helped make Arizona the great state that we love and respect today. His service to the United States of America as Ambassador to El Salvador, Bolivia, and Argentina will always be remembered. He was truly a great example of American leadership.”
· Congresswoman Martha McSally on the passing of former Arizona Governor Raul Castro: “Southern Arizona today mourns the loss of one of its own. Governor Castro was a dedicated public servant who overcame adversity and discrimination to lead an incredible life of service. As a lawyer, judge, governor, and U.S. Ambassador, Governor Castro dedicated himself to the people of Pima County, Arizona, and our country. As our state’s first and only Hispanic Governor, he paved the way for a generation of Latinos to serve in public office. His impact on our state and Southern Arizona especially will be lasting, and my deepest condolences go out to his family, friends, and all who mourn him.” Governor Castro grew up in Southern Arizona, graduated from Douglas High School, and later received a law degree from the University of Arizona. He is survived by his wife, Pat, and daughters, Mary Pat James and Beth Castro.
· The Arizona Project meets at 6:30 pm.,Mon., April 13 at 3375 E Shea., Phx., to hear a presentation from Russell Voorhees' on “Hydrogen - Is it the question or the answer to America's energy future? Contact: Chr Ron Ludders at 602-677-1496.
· The Arizona Department of Transportation continues to gather comments on the 2016-2020 Tentative Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program while reaching out to the public and communities statewide for their input on the direction of the program over the next five years. Hearings are scheduled at 9 am:
ü April 17 - ADOT Admin Bldg Audit, 206 S 17th Ave., Phx.
ü May 15 - Town of Chino Valley Council Chambers, 202 N. State Route 89, Chino Valley, AZ 86323
ü June 19 - Pinetop-Lakeside Town Hall, 1360 N. Niels Hansen Lane, Lakeside, AZ 85929
The 2016-2020 Tentative Five-Year Program is available for public review and comment at azdot.gov/fiveyearplan. ADOT has developed a “how to read it” guide and welcomes feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org. A phone number is also available for public comments at 1-855-712-8530.
· Congressman Paul Gosar Is Conducting Several Events This Week:
ü Fri, April 10, 8-9am: ‘Coffee with the Congressman’ at Chaparral Ice Cream Shop, 472 E Wickenburg Way #201, Wickenburg, AZ 85390.
ü Sat., April 11, 1-3 pm: Open House, 6499 S Kings Ranch Rd #4, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118.
Contact: Penny Pew, District Director & Intergovernmental Affairs (480) 882-2697 office (928) 308-2033 cell.
· The Arizona Teenage Republican (TARS) banquet, featuring former Congressman Barry Goldwater, Jr., is scheduled at 7 pm., Sat., May 9 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort in Scottsdale.
· An AZGOP Campaign School is scheduled at 9 am., May 2 at Phoenix headquarters, 3502 N. 24th St. The free session includes communications, fundraising, voter data, committee operations, a luncheon panel discussion with consultants Sean Noble, Brian Murray and Constantin Querard, plus a Q&A session. Limited space. RSVP to AZGOP Political Director George Khalaf at email@example.com.
· The Republican Women of Prescott raffle tickets are now available. Win $10,000, $3,000 or $1,000 at the May 1 drawing. Tickets can be purchased the Republican HQ., 112 B E. Union St., Prescott, AZ 86303 928-776-4500 firstname.lastname@example.org; www.yavgop.org
· Volunteers Are Needed For The Republican Booth At The Pima County Fair, April 16-26 in Tucson. Contact: Steven Fuentes at 433-2615 or email Hq@pimagop.org.
· Trevor Loudon, Author of “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists And Progressives In The U.S. Congress will be appearing in Arizona this week:
ü April 10 – 6:30 pm., Grassroots Activisits, The Brand New Church, 1827 W Grovers Ave., Phx, AZ 85023.
ü April 11 – 9:45 am, Moral Action Ministry, North Scottsdale Christian Church, 28700 N Pima Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85262
o 6:30 pm, Payson Tea Party, Tiny’s Family Restaurant, 600 E Hwy 260, Payson, AZ 85541 Tiny’s Family Restaurant, 600 E Hwy 260, Payson, AZ 85541 paysonteaparty.org/
· The Paradise Republican Women’s Club member turning in the most US Flag pictures will win a $150 gift basket. The contest will end at the PRWC meeting nearest to the Fourth of July. Send pictures to email@example.com. Be sure to enter "Flag Contest on the subject line.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
FRIDAY, APRIL 10
· LD 10 Will Be ‘Remembering Ronald Reagan’ at 6 pm., Fri., April 10 with dinner, dancing and a silent auction at the Savory Opera House in Trail Dust Town, , 6541 E Tanque Verde Rd., Tucson. Contact: Parralee Schneider 250-5073 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Oro Valley Republican Women Luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am., Fri., April 10 at 300 W Greenock Dr.,Oro Valley. Contact: Beth Van Horn at 520-403-5931.
· The Arizona Republican Party Legislative Salute Dinner is scheduled at 7 pm., Fri., April 10 at the Arizona Biltmore, 2400 E Missouri Ave., Phx featuring speaker Gov Doug Ducey. Registration at 6 pm. VIP tickets $500. Individual tickets $200. RSVP: Michelle at michelle@the hydeco.com or Jennifer at email@example.com or 602-957-7770.
· Sen Jeff Flake, in conjunction with the University of Arizona, will hold a community water forum with a panel of experts at 10 am, Fri., April 10 at the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center - University of Arizona, Center for Creative Photography Auditorium, 1030 N. Olive Road, Tucson, AZ 85719. Open to the public.
SATURDAY, APRIL 11
CD1 Candidate Gary Kiehne will address LD11 at 9:30 am., Sat., April 11, in the Oro Valley Library, More Information
· The North Central Arizona Chapter of The Arizona Republican Assembly organizational meeting will begin at 11 am., Sat., April 11 at Robbies Restaurant, 3460 East Beaver Creek Road in Rimrock. AzRA State Executive Board members will be in attendance. AzRA membership is restricted to committed conservatives only. . RSVP Rose firstname.lastname@example.org or Jacque email@example.com for a lunch head count for the restaurant
· LD 9 will meet at 9 am, Sat., April 11 at La Paloma Urgent Care, 4001 E. Sunrise Dr. Tucson, 85718. Speakers will be AZ Secretary of State Michele Reagan and LD5 Sen Kelli Ward. Contact: Prog Chr Kate Reynolds (520.296.4944) or Chairman Brad Johns (520.250.9763).
LD17 Precinct Committee Training is scheduled from 10 am until noon, Sat., April 11. Contact: Chairman Shadow Asgari at LD17shadow@gmail.com
· A Coffee And Cocoa Club Breakfast with Sen Jeff Flake and Rep Jason Chaffetz is scheduled at 8 am., April 11 at the Phoenix Airport Marriott. Registration at 7:30 am. $50 includes membership, breakfast and hot beverage mug. Register here.
· The Paradise Republican Women scheduled their bingo fundraiser for Sat., April 11 at Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E. Gainey Golf Club Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85258. 10:30am Social 11am Program. $30 per person. RSVP by April 8. RSVP by April 8, 2015 or mail your check and reservation to: PRWC, PO Box 14425, Scottsdale, AZ 85267 www.prwc.org
· The Mohave County GOP District 1 Lincoln Day Dinner is scheduled at 5 pm., April 11 in Kingman, featuring Gov Doug Ducey. Contact: 928-279-3950.
· The Graham County Republican Committee Lincoln Day Dinner will be held at 6 pm., April 11 at the Gherald Hoopes Activity Center on the campus of Eastern Arizona College. Contact/RSVP: 928-651-0455
· The Glendale Police Department and Council member Tolmachoff will host an April Shred Event between 8-11 am, April 11 at Highland Lakes School, 19000 N 63rd Ave., Glendale, AZ. This free service is a valuable resource that helps residents properly dispose of personal information that can lead to identity theft. Each household is limited to three banker’s boxes and due to demand, the event may conclude if trucks are full. For further information, please contact Doreen Anderson with the Glendale Police Department at 623-695-0440.
· ERAU College Republicans And Yavapai County Young Republicans invited the whole family to a BBQ between 11 am-3 pm., Sat., April 11 at the Pool Ramada on the ERAU Campus. Free food, raffle prizes, speakers, fellowship and fun. Speakers: LD-1 Rep Noel Campbell and Quang Nguyen of Patriot Network TV. RSVP by April 4 to Joey Cilano 928-420-4751 or ERAU.firstname.lastname@example.org.
· Sen Jeff Flake’s First Breakfast in the 114th Congressional Coffee and Cocoa Cup Club series is scheduled at 8 am., Sat., April 11 at the Phoenix Airport Marriott, 1101 N 44th St., Phx., featuring Congressman Jason Chaffetz (UT-03) Chairman, House Oversight Committee. Registration begins at 7:30 am. Program/breakfast 8 am. Limited seating. $50 for a 114th Congressional CCC Series membership, breakfast, and a souvenir hot beverage mug. RSVP by Wed April 8. Table reservations: email@example.com or call Hieu Tran at 480-634-3898.
Marty Hermanson Is Hosting the Maricopa Golf Classic Tournament raising funds for Wounded Warriors & 100 club on Sat., April 11 at the Duke at Rancho El Dorado, 42660 W Rancho El Dorado Pkwy, Maricopa, Arizona 85138. If you do not play golf, they offer lunch @ $25. Website has the packet and information. You can pay online. If you would like to donate a Raffle or Silent Auction item, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org Golf Committee: Chairman Marty Hermanson, Chance Jordan, Doug Murray, Stephanie Bores, James Dawson and Brenda Hermanson www.themaricopagolfclassic.com
· Author Trevor Loudon www.TrevorLoudon.comwill discuss his book “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the US Congress” and a new documentary film "The Enemies Within" between 9:45 am and noon, Sat., April 11 at the North Scottsdale Christian Church, 28700 N. Pima Rd. Scottsdale, AZ. 85266, – Donations & vendors welcome. Contact: Mark Singer-480-488-1388 email@example.com
· The Colorado River Tea Party’s Annual Tax Day Event is scheduled from 1-4 pm, Sat., April 11 at the Joe Henry Memorial Park. Bring folding chairs or blankets. Tables under Ramada #28. Free hot dogs, soda and water will be available. LD13 State Senator Don Shooter, who is the chairman of Senate Appropriations and vice chair of Natural Resources, and LD13 Rep Steve Montenegro will be speaking on the 52nd legislative sessions "bill's" impacting your TAX dollars. Howard Blitz of Freedom Library and Constitution Studies, will explain the original purpose of taxes. Yuma County Supervisor/radio talk show host Russ Clark will be the master of ceremonies. Contact: Chr Sally Kizer 928-210-1219 firstname.lastname@example.org
MONDAY, APRIL 13
· Concerned Veterans for America is hosting a Veterans Remembrance/Memorial event in honor of those affected by the Phoenix Veteran Affairs hospital, at 6 pm, Mon., April 13 in the Memorial Hall Steele Indian Park, Phoenix. Contact Local Director Matt Dobson at (480) 341-1924.
· A Summit to Fix Veterans Healthcare is planned at 6 pm., April 13 at Steele Indian School Park Memorial Hall. Details: here.
· The Yavapai Republican Men's Forum is scheduled at 11:30 am, April 13 at the St. Michael's Hotel Ballroom, 205 W. Gurley St., Prescott. Speaker: Yavapai County Community College Pres. Dr. Penny Wills and Vice-Pres. Dr. Clint Ewell. $18 per plate. RVSP deadline: noon, Thurs, April 9. RSVP: Bob Luzius at (928) 717-2551 or email@example.com
· The Highway 69 Republicans will meet at 6 pm., Mon., April 13 at the Puerta Vallart Restaurant, 11901 E Hwy 69, Dewey AZ 86327. 5 pm social. Speakers: Rep Karen Fann and Noel Campbell – update on bills. Order from menu. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org or 928-632-4661. Elected officials always have an open invitation. http://www.highway69republicans.com
TUESDAY, APRIL 14
· The Sun Lakes Republican Club will feature "Marijuana-Legalization?" with Deborrah Miller, Substance Abuse Coalition Consultant, at its 6:30 pm., Tues., April 14 meeting in the Arizona Room of the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes, AZ 85248. Open to the public. LD5 Sena Kelli Ward will discuss the status of health care from her perspective as a physician and the status of "Common Core" legislation from her perspective as the Chairman of the Senate Education Committee. LD17 Rep. Jeff Weninger will offer a brief update on the current AZ Legislative Session. See www.slgop.org, or contact Chr Mike Tennant, 480-802-0178.
· The Mingus Mountain Republican Club will meet at 11:14 am., April 14 at the VFW Post #7400, 705 E. Aspen St., Cottonwood, AZ. $11 per person. Speaker: Tim Carter, Yavapai County School Superintendent on Common Core Issues. RSVP with Niles Haton (928) 649-1643 or Mingus_Mountain@hotmail.com
· LD-29 Will Meet At 7 Pm., Tues., April 14 at Kings & Associates Realty, LLC
6006 N 83rd Ave, Suite 201, Glendale, Az 85303.Felix Garcia, candidate for City of Phoenix District 5 Councilman, will discuss his plans for Phoenix and the fall election. Contact: LD29 Chr Alan Gaugert 623-330-3622 email@example.com
· The Sahuarita Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30 pm., April 14 at the Triple Play Restaurant, 1570 W. Duval Mine Road to hear LD2 Rep Chris Ackerley, and Pima/Santa Cruz Counties Oath Keeper Chapter President Paul Fitch. Attorney & Constitutional Authority Kris Anne Hall’s video will be shown . No meetings in May, June, July & August. Next meeting is Sept 8, 2015. Sahuaritateapartypatriots
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15
· The Tucson Eastside Republican Club will meet with Gov Doug Ducey’s Southern Arizona office director Juan Ciscomani at 6:30 pm., Wed., April 15 in the Golf Links Library Community Room, 9640 E Golf Links Rd, Tucson, AZ 85730. Contact: Parralee Schneider 250-5073 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Verde Valley Republican Women's Luncheon is scheduled at 11 am., April 15 at the Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa, 2250 Hwy 89A, Sedona, AZ. Speaker: Dr. Carl Goldberg will address Islamic ideology. RSVP: Erna Sesek (928) 284-4248 or email@example.com.
· Gov Doug Ducey Will Visit Pinal County Republicans at 5 pm, Wed., April 15 in the Sun City Anthem Union Center Ballroom,3925 N. Sun City Boulevard, Florence. Ducey will talk about his first 100 days in office, but the majority of his visit will be devoted to answering attendee questions in an informal setting. The Gov's visit is open to the public. Contact: Florence/Coolidge District Chr Barbara Manning firstname.lastname@example.org
THURSDAY, APRIL 16
· LD24 Will Meet With State Treasurer Jeff DeWit at 7 pm., Thurs., April 16 at AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N 24th St., Phx. Sen Adam Driggs and Rep Kate Brophy-McGee, and Chairman Ken Bennett will be updating the group, along with Corporation Commissioner Susan Bitter-Smith. A little birdie tells us that Cindy Thomas is baking her fabulous Southern Brownies with pecans for refreshments. The LD24 Executive Board will meet one-half hour prior to the regular meeting. Contact: Corresponding Secretary Carole Joyce email@example.com
· Chino Valley Pachyderm Chairman Sue Goodchild has announced that Tom Jenney of Americans for Prosperity will address the group on April 16 at the Bonn Fire Restaurant in Chino Valley. Alex Meluskey, who has announced he is running again Sen John McCain for the Senate seat in 2016, will speak at the May 21 meeting.
· LD25 will meet at 7 pm, April 16 (3rd Thru) at 640 N Mesa Drive Mesa, AZ. Doors open at 6:45 pm. Speaker: Majority Leader Rep. Steve Montenegro. Contact: 1VC Haydee Dawson firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Colorado River Tea Party – Yuma will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., April 16. Contact: Chr Sally Kizer - email@example.com
· Gov-Ducey-Wants-New-Plan-From-University-Regents Operate Universities Like A Business
· Need More Proof Of McCain Chokehold On AZGOP? Robert Graham Closing Meeting To Elected Precinct Committeemen, Shutting Down Information Flow
· The Demise Of The AZGOP Guest Column From The Town Crier
· AZGOP financial reports filed/ AZ Sec of State azsos.gov/cfs/FilerDetail
· FEC Filing Updated/Current AZGOP Financials Info CandidateCommitteeDetail.do?canId
· AZ Border Defenders Updated Daily
· Need2No Border News Watch
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