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Sunday – Nov 1, 2015
· Sunday-Square-Off: County GOP Boss Defends 'No' Vote On School Ballots Maricopa County Republican Party Chairman Tyler Bowyer defends his party’s formal opposition to all 28 school funding requests on the November ballot. “Sunday Square Off” moderator Brahm Resnik asks Bowyer whether he understands the reality of school fund KPNX.
· After Viewing The Oct 25 Bowyer/Resnik Interview a week ago, Briefs sent a note to Maricopa County Republican Chairman Tyler Bowyer on Oct 26 that reads: “At the top of your interview with Braham, you mention that all 20 LDs studied the override proposals in their districts. Are those findings posted anywhere that readers can link to and read them.”
That afternoon (Oct 26) Bowyer replied, “Not as of yet, but we should be releasing some factoids and talking points for Republicans in the coming days. I'll be sure you get them once prepared.”
With the override election two days away, this evening Briefs reminded Bowyer that we haven’t received the “talking points.” Bowyer replied, “We decided not to put out any additional talking points, each district chair was able to speak directly to each override and bond for their areas and PCs.” Editor’s Note: I don’t know about the rest of the 20 Maricopa County LDs, but the Nov 3 school district override elections or participation in the MCRC EGC decision, were not agenda items for the September or October LD13 meetings.
· For Those Of You Who Have Inquired as to whether the Nov 4 MCRC EGC meeting will be held at the AZGOP office, 3501 N. 24 St., Phx., Briefs has received no meeting notice at post time from MCRC EGC for its November meeting.
· Political Consultant Constantin Querard will host informational discussions on National Popular Vote (NPV) Monday, Nov 2 and Wednesday, Nov 4 between 8-10 am and noon and 2 pm at the Starfire Golf Club, 11500 N Hayden Road, Scottsdale. Breakfast or lunch will be provided. Contact: CQ at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tom Morrissey at email@example.com
· Volunteers Are Needed ForThe Ted Cruz booth at the Fountain Festival of Arts and Crafts between 10 am and 5 pm, Nov 13, 14, & 15. Contact LD15 PC Jackie Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 602-218-8855
· Of The 386,485 Unauthorized Immigrants removed from the United States in 2013, 222,972 of them – 60% – had at least prior removal. 42,116 of the total unauthorized immigrants removed that year had been convicted of an aggravated felony. Of those felons, 27,159 had been removed before. That’s 64%. Among the aggravated felons who had been removed at least once before were 281 killers, 178 kidnappers, 1149 sex criminals and thousands convicted on drug charges. georgia-becomes-border-state-for-violent-illegal-immigrants
· Arrowhead Republican Women are currently collecting black or white crew socks for veterans in the Phoenix hotel for vets and for StandDown Arizona, scheduled Jan 28-30, 2016, according to Jan ‘Peaches’ Buchkowski, chairman of the Caring for America Committee.
· Heroes to Hometowns Foundation (Honoring Wounded Heroes) is starting its Christmas Pajama and Toy Drive. PJs are toys for all ages are needed for this project. For more information go to email@example.com or contact Kathy Pearce, Founder/CEO at 480-330-1632.
· Daisy Mountain Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30., Nov 3 with LD16 Sen David Farnsworth , who address how to change state laws, and Romania immigrant Peter Vancea, who will share his story and upcoming movie. DMTPP will kick off its annual food drive Nov 3-Dec 15.. See foothillsfoodbank.com/. Bring donated items to the first and third Tuesday meetings. Meetings are held at 3701 W. Anthem Way, Anthem, Contact: Chr Vera Anderson 602-821-4675 or firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Newest Members Of The Arrowhead Republican Women are Sue Pechkurow, Kecia Smette, Sharon Forman. New associate members are Allison Mary and Carol Jones.
· 2015 Arizona Citizens Defense League: The end of “instant” background checks? “On Wednesday, October 28, Senate Democrats promised to file legislation that would eliminate the concept of “instant” in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). Currently if the FBI does not complete a NICS check within 72 hours (the federal definition of “instant”) the retailer may proceed with the sale. Under the proposed legislation a retailer cannot transfer a firearm without FBI approval no matter how long it takes. Imagine what a President with “a pen and a phone” and carte blanche over NICS processing times could do with this new authority?
“Could this proposed legislation pass given the make-up of the federal House and Senate? With the ‘whatever Obama wants, Obama gets’ attitude of the spineless Republican leadership in both chambers, we’re not sure it would be stopped.
“It’s time to rattle some cages. In 2013, AzCDL joined the National Coalition to Stop the Gun Ban, composed primarily of independent, non-affiliated, state pro-rights firearms organizations. It is not controlled by any national organization. The Coalition represents what politicians should fear the most – An organized grassroots movement to defend the Second Amendment.
“To remind federal politicians who they work for, the Coalition has set up an online petition, to the members of the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, demanding that they ‘use all means, procedural or substantive, to defeat any legislation introduced or amended to curtail, restrict or qualify private ownership of firearms, and to oppose any executive order issued to that end.’ We encourage you to join us and add your name to the Coalition petition.”
· Grassroots-Arizonan-Crazies-Are-Interested-In-Issues-Over-Politics Entrenched U.S. Sen. John McCain may be in for the fight of his life in his 2016 re-election bid, as he uses the term “crazies” to describe the approximately 15,000 border security-advocating Arizonans who showed up for Donald Trump’s July appearance in Phoenix. Breitbart News spoke exclusively with Maricopa County Republican Party (MCRP) Chair Tyler Bowyer regarding McCain’s comments and the makeup of the crowd for the Phoenix event. McCain’s “crazies” comment came in an interview with a New Yorker reporter in which the Senator said, “This performance with our friend (Trump) out in Phoenix is very hurtful to me.” He continued, “Because what he did was he fired up the crazies.” He later tried to pass the comment off as a “term of endearment.” –July 30, 2015
· Volunteers Are Needed For The Arrowhead Republican Women’s ‘Surprise Super Swap Meet’ scheduled between 8a m-1 pm, Sat., Nov 14 at Surprise Aquatic Center Parking Lot, 15831 N. Bullard Ave., Surprise, AZ. ARW will be selling jewelry at their public relations booth at the event. Volunteers should Contact ARW First Vice President Jan Martinson at Jlmart15102@aol.com or 623-546-3753,
· The Red Mountain Tea Party will hold Senate Candidate Dr. Kelli Ward at 7 pm., Mon., Nov 2 at 7420 E. Main St, Mesa, AZ 85207. Doors open at 6pm. Admission $2.50 per person. Contact: Mike Peek 480-519-3843 email@example.com.
· The Sun Lakes Republican Club will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., Nov10 to hear Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery discuss ‘Crime and Punishment 2015’ in the Arizona Room of the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes, AZ 85248. Rep JD Mesnard will provid an update on election news. Contact: Chr Mike Tennant at a480-802-0178.
· The Sun City Republican Club will meet at 7 pm., Mon, Nov 16 in the Sundial Center 14801 N 103rd. Ave. Sun City AZ. Speakers: US Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward, a two term Arizona legislator and incumbent Arizona Senate candidate Debbie Lesko. Social house at 6:30 pm. Club Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Arrowhead Republican Women will meet Wed., Nov 11 at Briarwood Country Club, 135th Ave/Meeker Blvd, Sun City West to hear Supt of Public Instruction Diane Douglas address the state’s educational issues. Adults only (no children), no jeans. $20 per lunch. Reservation deadline – noon Fri., Nov 6 to email@example.com or contact Lezlee Alexander at 602-354-5224.
· Market Freedom Alliance President Chuck Schmidt will be featured on KVOI's Wake Up Tucson, at 7 am., Tues., Nov 3. Market Freedom Alliance's mission to stop crony capitalism in Arizona. See how crony capitalism is hurting Arizonans in this short video.
· The Newly Formed Chicken Soup Tea Party will meet at 6 pm., Fri., Nov 13 at the Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative, 350 N Haskell Ave, Willcox, AZ 85643. LDl4 GOP activist and Chicken Soup Founder Peggy Judd says, “This will be a new kind of Tea Party meeting, where we are no longer protesting the actions of an overbearing government, but looking for ways we can be the solution, right here in our own communities and around the world. Prepare to come with your stories and ideas for “making a difference” and share them with the group. We will learn about running for public office and also learn about ways to serve the needy in our community.” She requests each attendee to donate a can of chicken soup that we will deliver to the local food pantry. Contact: Peggy Judd 520 507-1735
· The Surprise Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., Nov 3 in the Grand Canyon Rm of the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 W R H Johnson Blvd. Sun City West, AZ 85375 to hear author Patrick Wood address “Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes l and II.”
· 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
· Fri., Nov 13 is the deadline for public feedback to the Standards Development Committee at https://k12standards.az.gov/comment-standards. Public comments on the existing Mathematics Standards and English Language Arts Standards (ELA) may be submitted online through Nov 20 -- Or attend one of the 6 pm., public hearings scheduled across the state: Schedule:
ü Nov 2 – Maricopa County, Chandler Center for the Arts.
ü Nov 2 – Pinal County, San Tan Valley, WalkerButte K-8 School.
ü Nov 3 - Apache/Navajo County, Show Low, Whipple Ranch Ele School Multipurpose Rm.
ü Nov 4 - Coconino County , Flagstaff, Flagstaff High School.
ü Nov 5 – Cochise County, Sierra Vista, Rothery Educational Services Center.
ü Nov 9 - Mohave County, Kingman, Mohave County Admin Bldg.
ü Nov 9 - Maricopa County , Peoria, Peoria High School
ü Nov 10 - La Paz County , Parker High School.
ü Nov 10 - Graham/Greenlee County, Safford Graham County General Services Bldg.
ü Nov 10 - Yuma County, Yuma School District One
ü Nov 12 - Santa Cruz County , Nogales, Santa Cruz County Complex
ü Nov 17 - Maricopa County , Phoenix, Madison Elementary School District
ü Nov 18 – Gila County, Globe, Gila County Board of Supervisors Room
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· Lincoln Republican Women’s Club will have dinner at 6:20 pm., Mon., Nov 2 at The New McCormick/”Millennium” Resort, Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ. 5:30pm- meet and greet. 6 pm meeting, and 7 pm program. Spouses invited. Melissa Meierdierks, Coordinator, Veterans Administration Community Resource & Referral Center for homeless Vets will address veterans with PRST using rescue dogs trained as medical service dogs. Vets and dogs will be in attendance. $35 per person. Reservations required by Oct 29. Contact:Chr Patricia Kaufman firstname.lastname@example.org
· In Honor Of Veteran’s Day, Lincoln Republican Women will be collecting zip-lock gallon bags filled with Full sized shampoo, deodorant, tooth brushes and tooth paste, razors and shaving cream, bar soap or body wash, combs, hand lotion, chap stick, feminine hygiene items at their 6 pm., Nov 2 meeting scheduled at The New McCormick/”Millennium” Resort - Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ. Contact: Chr Patricia Kaufman email@example.com
· The Ahwatukee Tea Party will hold its November and December meetings at the Fire Station #43 at 4110 E Chandler Blvd, on the 3rd Thursday. Meetings will resume at the Clarion Hotel in January 2016. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
· Arizona Project Chairman Ron Ludders has announced the smoke damage has all been cleaned up from the recent fire at AP headquarters, 3375 E Shea Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85028. The group will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Nov 2 to discuss school funding programs with LD15 Rep John Allan. Contact Chr Ron Ludders 602.677.1496.
· The Arizona Liberty Caucus will meet at 7 pm., Tues., Nov 3 at the American Legion Post 44, 7145 E 2nd St., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 to discuss due process. Contact: Matthew Papke email@example.com 480 - 242 – 2208.
· Liberty On Tap will meet Sat., Nov 3 at the American Legion Post 44 in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale to address ‘civil asset forfeiture’ with Rep Bob Thorpe. RSVP: ArizonaLibertyR3VOLUTION/
· America’s Mighty Warriors will benefit from the Nov 3 fundraiser at the Lakeside Bar & Grill, 9980 W Happy Valley Parkway #1101, Peoria, AZ. Proceeds will be to support families of fall warriors. Doors open at 6 pm., special menu available. 7 pm show time with Elvis imitator Roy LeBlanc. Tickets $20 person. Must be booked at 623-537-5322 or www.americasmightywarriors.org
· The Americans for Prosperity Foundation is conducting a six-week certification course, beginning Nov 3 and , that provides attendees with the skills and knowledge to be effective grassroots leaders. Classes free, includes dinner. Sign up HERE for the Tucson class beginning Tues, Nov 3. Sign up HERE for the Phoenix class beginning Wed, Nov 4.
· Rep Bob Thorpe will be discussing "Civil Asset Forfeiture” At 7 pm., Tues., Nov 3 at the Arizona Liberty Caucus meeting scheduled at the American Legion Post 44, 7145 E 2nd St., Scottsdale, AZ 8525. Contact: Matthew Papke firstname.lastname@example.org 480 -242- 2208.
· An Election Night Returns Party for Steve Didio, Ryan Hartung, Shir LaMonna, and Pat Stranney is scheduled from 7-10 pm., Tues., Nov 3 at El Molinito, 10180 N Oracle Drive in Oro Valley.
· The Arizona Dept of Transportation will conduct group discussions in November and December on highway congestion, tolling and highway project funding with drivers who live, work, or attend school in at least one of the following counties – Maricopa, Pima Pinal and Yavapai. To qualify fill out the questionnaire at .surveyentrance.com/ by midnight, Nov 3. Those who qualify/participate will receive a $75 check at the conclusion the group activity. For information go to Partners In Brainstorms at email@example.com or (602)368-0005.
· ACT! For America Tucson/Marana Chapter will meet at 6 pm., Wed., Nov 4 at the Nanini Branch Library, 7300 N. Shannon Road, Tucson, AZ 85741 (520-594-5365). Speaker Col Jon Gold, US Army Retired, will discuss “The Refugee Crisis: Phase 6 - Islamic Invasion.” Goodies to be provided. RSVP: Lyle at ActTucson@aol.com or cell at (520) 820-8258! See website at www.ActTucson.com & ACT national at www.actforamerica.org.
· Central Republican Women Of Phoenix will meet Nov. 5 at the Hilton Phoenix Suites, 10 E Thomas. Speaker: Trevor Laky, Southwest Regional Coordinator of the Heritage Action Alliance., will give an update what is happening in Congress. Social at 5:30 pm. , dinner at 6:15. $30 per dinner. RSVP: Tina Shaw firstname.lastname@example.org or 623-934-9730. A reservation made is a reservation paid.. Contact info: email@example.com (602) 252-6300.)
· The City of Scottsdale Transportation Commission and Transportation Department are developing a new Transportation Master Plan. During these conversations, it was suggested to reduce Scottsdale Road in downtown Scottsdale from TWO LANES-per-direction to ONE LANE-per-direction. A draft Transportation Master Plan will be prepared at the Nov 5, Nov 19, Dec 3 and Dec 19 Transportation Commission meetings.. Contact: Paul Basha, Scottsdale Transportation Director at (480) 312-7645 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
· An 8 Am., Nov 5 Three-Mile Moderate-Paced Hike is planned through Usery Mountain Regional Park, 3939 N Usery Pass Road, Mesa, 85207. Bring water and wear close toes shoes. Ph: (480) 984-0032 email@example.com
· "Just For Kids" - Story Time In The Desert - Usery Park Is scheduled at 11 am., Nov 5. Bring picnic lunch to enjoy after the session. Bring water and closed-toe shoes. Suggested ages 3-5 (accompanied by parent or caregiver. Ph: (480) 984-0032 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Colorado River Tea Party will not meet Nov 5 in lieu of Supt of Public Education Diane Douglas’ meeting at 6 pm., at the Arizona Western College, Schoening Center, 2020 S Ave 8 E. Yuma. Contact: Chr Sally Kizer coloradoriverteaparty.org/
· Mesa Republican Women will meet at 11:30 am., Thurs, Nov 5 at 1900 E. University Drive, Suite 11, Mesa 85213. Our "Honoring our Veterans" meeting will include speaker Dan Caldwell, Legislative and Political Director for Concerned Veterans for America (CVA). Also speaking briefly will be WWII Veteran Robert Sternecker and a special guest attending this month is WWII Veteran Victor "Vic" Giles who turned 90 last summer. RSVP deadline is Sun., Nov. 29 to email@example.com or call (480) 615-0524. Lunch is $10 for members, $12 for visitors/guests. For Veterans this month only, lunch is $8. Membership is $25, Jan-Dec and Men Associate Memberships $15. The club meets the first Thursday of each month. The Dec 3rd meeting is their annual Christmas Party and Membership Drive. $5 for lunch in December with paid 2016 renewals and new memberships. Contact: President Sherry Pierce at the above phone or email address.
· Grande Valley Women’s R. C. meets at Tommy’s Bistro Garden 913 8th Street . Casa
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· The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am., Sat., Nov 7 to elect new officers and hear presentations by State Treasurer Jeff DeWit on his duties and the condition of the state’s finances and former Sen Russell Pearce, author of SB1070 that addressed illegal immigration. Doors open at 8 am with coffee and donuts. $2 admission fee to cover rental expenses. The meeting is scheduled in the Quail Room of the Sun City West Foundations Building , 14465 R H Johnson Blvd. Sun City West Arizona. Contact: John Neal firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Tempe Republican Women are hosting another packing party from 10:30 am-12:30 pm., Nov 7 to prepare care packages for troops at 1201 S 7th Ave # 50, Phoenix, AZ 85007. RSVP Here!
· The 11th Annual Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade, honoring Korean War Veterans, will begin at 10 am., Nov 7 in Anthem, sponsored by the Daisy Mountain Veterans -- an alliance of members of the America Legion Post 128, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12031 www.daisymtnvets.org Parade route begins at Gavilan Peak Parkway and ends at the Community Center. "On the 65th anniversary of the Korean War, we honor the services and sacrifices of Korean War veterans. Please join us at this year's parade," said Lance Sherwood, parade co-chair. Contact: email@example.com. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
· 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.
· Gov Doug Ducey: Who says you can't make government work? We just did it here with the most far-reaching, high-impact education funding bill in our state's history. News like this is too good not to share, so spread the word by forwarding this message along! We've just passed, signed, and are ready to go with a bill that:
ü Puts $3.5 billion into education to dramatically improve our schools.
ü Increases per-student funding to $3,600 each year and gives educators the resources they've been asking for.
ü Doesn't raise taxes while maintaining our balanced budget.
ü Provides relief from lawsuit abuse so funds go into classrooms, not attorneys' pockets.
ü Maximizes the State Land Trust by drawing a modest amount as a shrewd investment in our kids.
I'll never forget the good friends and strong, loyal supporters who gave me this job and the accompanying charge to solve problems and get results. Your support was, is, and will always be a source of tremendous inspiration. Help me share our fast-breaking news. Tell your friends, family, neighbors and colleagues that we got something great done for Arizona's future. And we're not done by a long shot. In fact, we're just getting started!
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· Congressman Paul Gosar: This past week the House held elections to replace John Boehner as Speaker of the House after he resigned his position. Hundreds of Arizonans called to voice their thoughts about who our next Speaker should be. I listened very carefully because ultimately, it was your actions and votes that gave Republicans historic majorities in the House and Senate. My focus has always been on fixing our broken legislative process. The voice of the American people is silenced when power is consolidated at the top amongst a handful of members. Our next Speaker must return the House to regular order and allow for a transparent system that incorporates all members of Congress in important decisions. Based on his proven track record as Speaker of the House in Florida, I was confident that Congressman Dan Webster was the best person to fix the broken process and dysfunction that exist in Washington D.C.
I have been clear since last January that I believe the best Speaker is one who is inclusive and transparent, while pursuing the legislative agenda the people of America sent us to do--reduce spending, reform our broken tax code, secure the border and get the federal government off our backs. I voted for Daniel Webster in January and did so again this past week.
Ultimately, Paul Ryan of Wisconsin was elected by a majority of House Representatives. While I am disappointed by the final result, I am confident that I can be Paul Ryan's conscience and remind him of what his constituents sent him to DC to do: take bold action and enact conservative policies, limit the size and scope of the federal government and protect our individual liberties. While the task at hand may be difficult, we have proven that WE CAN WIN and I'm more emboldened than ever to fight the status quo in Congress. http://gosar.house.gov
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· Why The Confusing Message From AZ GOP? Robert Graham’s Slippery Mailers Irritate, Alienate Voters
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· Broken Promises: Obama Will Now Put Boots To The Ground In Syria Against Isis "I Will Not Put American Boots On The Ground In Syria."