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Trent-Franks Circulating Letter Calling For Cruz Or Rubio To Drop Out Of Race Congressman Trent Franks, an Arizona Republican, sent the letter to fellow Republicans Wednesday evening. He's asking would-be signers to back his push to rally the establishment around either the Florida or Texas senator in an effort to defeat Donald Trump, the current frontrunner for the GOP nomination. The letter argues that one candidate should continue on in the presidential race while the other is named a vice presidential candidate. "We call upon all national security, free-market, and pro-family conservatives to boldly rally around the two of you together and ask you both to answer the call of statesmanship and decide between yourselves which shall be the candidate for President and which shall be the candidate for Vice President,” the letter says.
The Wall Street Journal: Donald Trump Resists Calls For Tax Returns AND Politico: Romney: Trump's Tax Returns May Contain 'Bombshell' Former presidential nominee Mitt Romney is calling on Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio to release their tax records. Romney said Trump has been “dodging and weaving” on when and even if he will release his tax documents. “We really out to see … what their taxes look like to see if there’s an issue there. I think in Donald Trump’s case, it’s likely to be a bombshell,” the 2012 GOP presidential nominee said.
The Yavapai County Republicans to Elect Donald Trump for President Committee will meeting at 6 pm, Thur., March 3 at Randall's Restaurant at the Prescott Country Club in Dewey, AZ 86327. Randall's Restaurant Take Hwy69 to Prescott Country Club Blvd. (The Maverick gas station), go straight to the parking lot. Go through a stop sign. The banquet room is directly in the back and to the right. In order to avoid a room fee, please order off of their menu; see we website. Group to discuss the game plan heading into Arizona's March 22 Presidential Preference Election. RSVP to Brenda Dickinson, Chairman, at (928) 772-2835 or (928) 925-1549 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers for Presidential Candidate Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign will meet between 10 am and noon., Sun., Feb 28 at the VFW Post 720, 4853 E Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85018. Yard signs and bumper stickers will be available. Contact: Lori Urban – Trump for President AZ Field Director – Maricopa. 480-221-9633 cell 480-299-2598 campaign.
Mitch McConnell-Preparing-To-Sacrifice-Presidency-To-Save-Senate-Seats …While still hopeful that Marco Rubio might prevail, Mitch McConnell has begun preparing senators for the prospect of a Donald Trump nomination, assuring them that, if it threatened to harm them in the general election, they could run negative ads about Mr. Trump to create space between him and Republican senators seeking re-election. McConnell has raised the possibility of treating Trump’s loss as a given and describing a Republican Senate to voters as a necessary check on a President Hillary Clinton, according to senators at the lunches.
Board of Supervisors Chairman Clint Hickman: My friend, County Supervisor Andy Kunasek, is a gentleman who believes in civil dialogue, and professional, honest government - traits he learned from his father, Carl. Andy trusts the people. He trusts democracy. Since 2012, four new supervisors joined the Board. In our early days, Andy was like a generous older brother who shared his knowledge. He supported our ideas and initiatives. He gently nudged us not to get wrapped up in the politics but just be principled leaders. Andy is patient. He listens, and makes sure that everyone around him has a meaningful role. He knows how to cool tempers and find solutions, and his steady hand in times of crisis has been critical. There are many tales that illustrate Andy’s leadership, spirit and integrity. On one occasion, a constituent reported a dead cow on the roadway. So Andy jumped in his truck and pulled it off to a safe location (and tracked down the owner by its tag). That’s Andy Kunasek, more comfortable irrigating his fields with a Four Peaks in his hand then sitting on the dais in a suit. Andy could have sought higher office any number of times. Yet he was happy serving the county and other political leaders, while maintaining his family and home in Arizona as his first priority. What greater legacy could any person leave? Editor’s Note: Hickman says, “I came out of the business world and threw my name in the hat for the appointment to Maricopa County BOS. I had the LUCK to not only meet Andy for the first time as a job "interviewer" for the County, but I got to serve alongside of him as an equal.” Kunasek has opt not to run for re-election. county-supervisor-andy-kunasek-to retire-after-19-years
PC Barbara Medal: "What is the Constitution? A document, delineated by the mighty hand of the people, in which the principles of fundamental law are established. It contains the Permanent will of the People, and can be revoked only by the authority that made it."(The people) --William Paterson. The 24th Amendment abolished any poll tax nationally and in principle that should apply to our delegate elections. Unfortunately, in order to control and impede the process and the will of the PCs we find an undue burden to participate in the election with this fee, which is in essence, a POLL TAX. Chairman Robert Graham repeatedly chooses to dismiss, with regularity, the protocols and long standing procedures that have been used to determine our AZ Party rules.
Bylaws do permit organizations to regulate meetings but nothing supersedes the Law of the Land, for we are a governed nation Of, For and By the People, in accordance with the Constitution and not an organization to be controlled or taxed on the whim of a leader to retain absolute power or raise funds on the backs of the people whose only desire is to serve their nation and who do contribute not only financial support but many hours of service to ensure the well-being of our nation. This is to exclude some PCs from participation in the process. Many PCs are fed up and should no longer tolerate this control. We must hold accountable and oust those who fail to fulfill their duties and serve the PCs rather than rule them. Those in leadership must be held accountable and be removed by the PCs and by demanding true representative leadership. One would ask why this principle does not apply to our Republican Party elective process? Medal is the Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Sgt-at-Arms.
Guest Attending The Fountain Hills Great Fair's on Sunday, as asked visit the Fountain Hills Republican Club's Voter Outreach booth and participate in the straw pool. Various candidates are there gathering signatures or providing information to voters. The FHRC booth is right next to the LD 23 Democrat and the Fountain Hills Democrats booth and the Town of Fountain Hills booth at Avenue of the Fountains and Verde River Drive. Volunteers welcome. Visitors desired. Over 500 vendors. Drink and eat at VFW Post 7507's Beer Garden after shopping or talking politics. The VFW Beer Gardens are the only place to enjoy an alcoholic beverage, according Boe James. The VFW's Beer mini-Garden is only 100 feet from the FHRC booth.
AzCDL Update: The following bills passed out of the House Committee of the Whole (COW) and are scheduled for one more floor vote (Third Read) before being sent to the Senate. The emails to your Representatives have been updated to urge them to vote for these bills during Third Read. See links to send your message.
HB 2300 would prohibit the state and local governments from enforcing or using resources to aid in the enforcement of federal laws related to personal firearms. HB 2300.
HB 2338 is the AzCDL-requested bill that would prohibit the governing boards of educational institutions from banning firearms on public rights of way, such as city streets and sidewalks that happen to pass through campuses. HB 2338.
HB 2524 is the AzCDL-requested bill that would establish an interstate compact that restricts member states from enacting firearms transfer requirements that are more restrictive than existing federal law. HB 2524.
In the Senate, we are expecting to see SB 1257 on the COW calendar this coming week. SB 1257 is the AzCDL-requested bill that would exempt CCW permit holders from being disarmed when entering state and local government controlled property unless everyone entering is screened for weapons. If you have not contacted your Senator about SB 1257, click here to send your email.
RTS Action Needed: Also needing your support in the Senate is HB 2224, which would prohibit the state or any political subdivision from charging or levying a fee, tax, assessment, lien or other encumbrance on the transfer of a firearm between private parties who are not prohibited possessors. HB 2224 passed out of the House and was sent to the Senate on Feb 19. HB 2224 is scheduled for a Senate Government Committee hearing on Wednesday, March 2nd. Now is the time to use the Request to Speak (RTS) system to tell the committee members that you want them to support HB 2224.
If you had registered your opinion on HB 2224 when it was in a House committee, you will need to again register your opinion for the Senate committee. The “votes” do not carry across chambers.
HB 2224 RTS Instructions:
· Log into your RTS account and click on the big blue Request to Speak logo.
· Select “New Request” from the menu on the left side of the screen.
· Enter “2224” in the Search Phrase box and click on the blue “Search” button.
· After pressing the “Search” button, scroll down and you’ll see a box with information about HB 2224.
· Click on the blue “Add Request” button in the right side of the box.
· Click on the circle next to the green thumbs-up icon.
· Click on the “No” icon to answer the “Do you wish to speak?” question. Unless you plan on spending your day at the Capitol waiting to testify at a committee hearing, always select “No.”
· Click on the blue "Submit" button when you are done.
Detailed instructions for using the Legislature’s Request to Speak (RTS) system can be found at AzCDL’s RTS page along with a direct link to the RTS system.
RTS accounts can only be created at “official” terminals at the Capitol. If you are an AzCDL member and your membership is current, our volunteers will set up an RTS account for you. All you need to do is reply to this message and request that we create your RTS account. The status and summary of bills that AzCDL is monitoring can be found on our Bill Tracking page.
Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement on the results of the South Carolina Democrat primary: “The Democrat Primary continues to deteriorate into a race to the extreme left with voters forced to make an impossible choice between one candidate facing an FBI investigation and another that’s a self-proclaimed socialist. This contest was not supposed to be close, yet we’ve seen both candidates pull off blowout victories and its clear the longer their race to the far-left drags on, the more unelectable each of these candidates becomes. The momentum and enthusiasm is clearly with the Republican Party. Each Republican contest has seen record turnout while the Democrats have lagged behind the GOP and fallen far short from the turnout eight years ago. Hillary Clinton was supposed to be focused on the general election, but here she is heading into Super Tuesday, still having failed to put Sanders away. It’s clear Clinton cannot escape the fundamental flaws of her candidacy or the multiple investigations into her secretive and reckless conduct that will surely haunt her throughout this election.”
Anita Christy: The Legislature’s Pyrrhic Victory? SB1416 Strips Superintendent of Power. If the Arizona Legislature succeeds in passing Senator Jeff Dial’s SB1416, giving the State Board more power than it already has, this is what they will have accomplished: Turned Arizona’s only elected official within the Department of Education into a water boy kowtowing to 10 members of the State Board of Education. The performance record of the Arizona State Board of Education:
· 1) In 2005, the SBE lowered the bar for high school graduates, by reducing the passing grade on the AIMS test.
· 2) The SBE spent thousands of dollars developing new Math standards in 2008/2009, only to dump them for Common Core Math in 2010.
· 4) In adopting CCSS, they disregarded ARS15-203(A)(10)(12)(13), which requires them to present a budget to the legislature relating to the accomplishment of its purposes, as well as a fiscal impact statement of any proposed changes to the minimum course of study or competency requirements and, on completion, send a copy to the director of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee (JLBC). It wasn’t until 2013 that ADE estimated that the cost to implement Common Core would be $387 million;
· 5) The SBE has adopted assessment after assessment, the latest of which (AzMerit) has proven to be expensive, un-validated, worthless, and psychologically harmful to Arizona's children.
· 6) The SBE has placed children at serious risk of teacher misconduct. State teacher investigators, working under the direction of the board, inaccurately recorded about a third of their teacher investigations. Between 2010 and 2015, 79 cases of teacher misconduct were not properly reported, by investigators under Board supervision, to state and national databases. A teacher, whose certificate was revoked in Oregon managed to get a teaching certificate in Arizona two months before she was charged with 10 felonies in Oregon, for allegedly having sex with a student.
Evangelical Christians Are So Sick Of Losing That They’re Voting For Trump They’ve repeatedly voted for candidates put forward by the GOP establishment. Where’s it got them?
Ensuring That Equal Justice Is Seen A law enforcement museum’s plans for Judiciary Square could undermine the courts.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has given notice to the public that a quorum of the department’s Commissioners may attend and participate in the Arizona Legislators for Wildlife Cast & Blast event scheduled between 4-7 pm., Mon., Feb 29 at the Ben Avery Shooting Facility, 4044 W Black Canyon Blvd., Phx. The purpose of the event is to host legislators in activities including fly fishing or clay target shooting. No legal action will be taken.
Donald Trump For President Yard Signs are now available for pick up between 10 am-7pm at 605 E. McKellips Rd, Mesa AZ 85203. Volunteers are needed to put together yard signs, phone banking, and other duties, according to coordinator Thayer Verschoor. email@example.com
Pro Prop 123 Mascot Rocky the Roadrunner will be at Flip Dunk Sports between 6-8- pm., Mon, Feb 29.
Mark your calendar:
· March 11 - Last day to request an early ballot by mail.
· March 18 - Last day to vote early in person.
· March 22 - Presidential Preference Primary. 30 vote centers tba.
· April 30 - AZGOP State Convention. Mesa Arts Center. 58 State Delegates and 55 Alternates (28 at large; 3 from each of 9 CD's.) to the Republican National Convention will be elected.
The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) has established a Speakers Bureau of highly qualified members who are available to speak to conservative clubs and community organizations, including Republican Clubs, AFRW Chapters and AzRA Chapters. The current speakers and their topics are:
Dr. Vicki Alger - Education Policy; Standards; ESA's; etc E-mail: Vicki@vickialger.com
A J LaFaro - Ballot Harvesting; Close the Primary E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phil Mason - K-12 Education Finance E-Mail: Gopphil@aol.com
Dan Schultz - PC Recruitment E-Mail: email@example.com
Additional speakers who will address critical issues facing Arizona will be announced soon. If you know a strong conservative who either is already an AzRA member or who believes in AzRA principles who could be a candidate for the Speakers Bureau, please contact Executive Director Phil Mason at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATTN Republicans: Go to the Arizona Secretary of State Website www.azsos.gov/equal to sign candidate petitions for the 2016 ballots and contribute $5 to clean elections candidates. Candidates can get one-half of their signatures and $5 contributions via the website. This saves candidates a lot of time and shoe leather.
Corporation Commission Candidate Frank Riggs is collecting signatures as a Clean Election candidate, requiring $5 contributions on his web site (www.riggsforaz.com). Contact: email@example.com 480-437-1032.
LD13 House Candidate Ray Kouns needs help gathering petition signatures to get on the ballot. You can sign on line at the www.azsos.gov Contact Kouns at 928-685-3284 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Prop123 Tele-Townhall is scheduled at 6:45 pm., Tues., March 1. Dial toll-free: 877-229-8493, code 115092 to participate.
ATTN Candidates: Candidate announcements are limited to 300 words. Submissions beyond the word limit will be edited to conform with the policy. – ft
The Arizona Corporation Commission will hold a public hearing starting March 1 concerning UNS Electric’s application to raise rates. UNS Electric is owned by UniSource and provides service to Santa Cruz and Mohave Counties. The hearing will continue for several days at the Tucson Corporation Commission Office that is inside the Arizona State Building, 400 W. Congress Street in Utilities Hearing room 222. The Commissioners will also be holding public comment sessions with residents impacted on Tues, March 22 in Nogales and Thurs March 31in Kingman/ Lake Havasu. Details tba. The public will have an opportunity to speak on the first day of the hearing. Residents can submit comments by going to their website and clicking the Submit a Public Comment for a Utility” link. Or call (602) 542-4251 or 1-800-222-7000. The Commissioners are expected to consider the case in June, after recommendations have been made by the judge overseeing the hearing.
The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Feb 29 at 3375 E Shea Blvd., Phx, to view the 2016 Candidate’s Corral and meet with Arizona Corporation Commission candidate Frank Riggs and Justice of the Peace candidate Cathy Riggs. Contact: Chr Ronald Ludders 602.677.1496
Sign Legislative Candidate Petitions at apps/election/eps/petition/VoterPetnAuth.aspx
Congressman Paul Gosar is sponsoring an Easter Card competition open to children age 13 and younger. Submissions should be free-hand art celebrating Easter on paper no larger than 8.5”x11”. Entry deadline Mon, March 7. Winners will be announced in April. Submit entries via email to Teresa.Martinez@mail.house.gov Or mail to Congressman Paul Gosar, 6499 W. Kings Ranch Road #4, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118. Information: call 480-882-2697.
The Heroes to Hometowns ‘Salute a Soldier’ 5K run or 1-mile walk, honoring wounded veterans, is scheduled at 8:30 am., Sat., March 12 At Freestone Park, 1034 E Juniper Road., Gilbert AZ. $40 for 5Krun, $30 military rate for 5K or $25 for walk. Contact Kathy Pearce at 480-330-1632 or email@example.com .
ATTN Club Chairmen/Secretaries: Please include the time and location of your event, as well as a contact name, phone or e-mail when submitting event announcements. Thanks for your cooperation. – Editor Frosty Taylor.
GOP Presidential Candidate Contacts:
Ben Carson www.bencarson.com
Donald Trump www.donaldjtrump.com
John Kasich www.johnkasich.com
Marc Rubio www.marcorubio.com
Ted Cruz www.tedcruz.org
Bobby Jindal www.bobbyjindal.com Campaign suspended
Carly Forina www.carlyforpresident.com Campaign suspended
Chris Christi www.chrischristie.com Campaign suspended
George Patake www.georgepataki.com Campaign suspended
Jeb Bush www.jeb2016.com Campaign suspended
Lindsey Graham www.lindseygraham.com Campaign suspended
Mike Huckabee www.mikehuckabee Campaign suspended
Rand Paul www.randpaul.com Campaign suspended
Rick Perry www.rickperry.org Campaign suspended
Rick Santorum www.ricksantorum.com Campaign suspended
Scott Walker www.scottwalker.com Campaign suspended
Call The White House 202-456-1111 Comments. Switchboard: 202-456-1414. Contact Senate https://www.senate.gov/ or Representatives http://www.house.gov/ Let them know how you feel. Hold their feet to the fire. They wanted these positions so badly, hold them accountable. Arizona delegation phone numbers:
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US Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward will speak the Northwest Women’s Expo between 10:30-11:30 am, Sun., Feb 28 at the Mohave County Fairgrounds, 2600 Fairgrounds Ave., Kingman. Contact: Carolyn Leff · firstname.lastname@example.org · 1-928-230-0633
A Kick-Off Party For Yavapai County District 1 Board of Supervisors incumbent Rowle Simmons is scheduled between 5-7 pm., Mon, Feb 29 at the Jersey Lily on Whiskey Row, Prescott. The primary election is Aug. 30, 2016. The general election is Nov. 8, 2016.
The American Heritage DVD series by historian David Barton of Wallbuilders will be presented between 1-3 pm., Feb 29 at the AZ GOP Headquarters West Valley office, 10050 W. Bell Rd. Suite 50. Free to public. Call 623-815-8557 or 623-977-4532 . Facilitated by living history presenter Bonnie Angster. Series will focus on the Constitution, the Judiciary, Education and Black History.
The Pima County Republican Lincoln Dinner is scheduled at 6:30 pm., Mon., Feb 29 featuring Gov Doug Ducey in the Grand Ballroom of the Doubletree Hotel, 445 S Alvernon Way., Tucson. Social – 5:30 pm., $35 per person. RSVP to Republican Headquarters at 520-321-1492 by Feb 24. A Trunk & Tusk Event will be hosted by National Republican Committeeman Bruce Ash with a private reception with the governor at 5:30 pm. Reception $20.
Secretary of State Michelle Reagan will address the Surprise Tea Party on Tues., March 1 in the Grand Canyon Rm of the Sun City W Foundation Plaza, 14465 W RH Johnson Blvd., Sun City West, according to John Madeira. email@example.com
American Legion Post 44 will meet at 7 pm., Tues., March 1 at 7145 E 2nd St, Scottsdale, Arizona 85251. Attorney Keith Diggs from the Institute of Justice will discuss "Economic Liberty" and "Civil forfeiture" in Arizona. The Institute of Justice’s nationwide activism project helps train and mobilize citizens to be advocates for free speech, economic liberty, school choice, property rights and liberty in their communities and beyond.
Newly Appointed Arizona Corporation Commissioner Andy Tobin will conduct a Commissioners Town Hall in the Yuma City Hall at 9 am. March 1. He will conduct Town Halls in April in Mohave County and in May in Navajo and Apache County. See www.azcc.gov
The Arizona Corporation Commission will meet at 10 am., Wed., March 2 in Hearing Room One, 1200 W Washington, First Floor, Phoenix.
The Arizona Republican Lawyers will meet for lunch Thurs., March 3 at Ryley Carlock & Applewhite (One North Central Ave., Suite 1200, Phoenix to hear AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham. CLE may be available. Registrations beings at 11:30 am. $20 for members, $35 for non-members RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mesa Republican Women will meet from 11 am-1 pm., Thurs., March 3 at 1900 E. University Drive, Suite 11, Mesa 85213. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio will talk about what being “America’s Toughest Sheriff”. $10 per member, $12 for visitors. RSVP deadline is Sun, Feb 28 to email@example.com or call (480) 615-0524. MRW meets the first Thursday of each month (no August). Membership is $25, Jan-Dec and Men/Associate Memberships are $15. A candidate forum for the Arizona Corporation Commission is scheduled for the April 7 meeting. Contact President Sherry Pierce firstname.lastname@example.org or call (480) 615-0524.
The Central Republican Women of Phoenix will meet for dinner at 6:15 pm., March 3 at the Hilton Phoenix Suites, 10 E Thomas Road, Phx to hear a presentation by Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell. 5:30 pm social. $30 per person. Dinner reservations required. RSVP to Jan Webb at email@example.com or 602-318-1010 no later than Sun, Feb 28th, whether attending or not attending. Purcell was elected to the office of Maricopa County Recorder in November 1988 and is now serving her seventh term. She is the second woman to hold this position since 1871. Born in Topeka, Kansas, she has been a Phoenix resident since 1964.
SaddleBrooke Republican Club - Tuscon will meet with Arizona Corporation Commission candidates Al Melvin and Frank Riggs on March 4 to discuss the ACC history, water, solar and electricity issues, energy programs for schools, blue collar solar, an Arizona-Sonora Water Summit. Doors open at 3:30 pm.
The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am., Sat., March 5 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation Building, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd., Sun City West. Doors open at 8am with coffee and donuts being served. $2 admission fee helps pay for the room rental. Former Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) Chairman A.J. LaFaro will address voter frauds and “ballot harvesting”. For information call 623-546-3753. Contact: Jean Goncalves, Publicity Chairlady 623-214-8010.
· Rasmussen Reports Border Control Still Top Immigration Priority For Most Voters
· Jeff Flake Learns Conservative Elephants Despise Rinos Proof That Elephants, The Symbol Of The Republican Party, Have A Natural Distaste For RINOs
· Fear And Trembling In Phoenix: A Common Core Cautionary Tale, Part I. By Vicki Alger, Phd, Research Fellow At The Independent Institute. Author Of Failure: The Federal “Misedukation” Of America's Children (Forthcoming).
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· After-San-Bernardino-Terrorists-Attack-Guess-What-Has-Skyrocketed …People Are Afraid And Are Tired Of Feeling That Way. This Is Proof Positive That People Want To Defend Themselves With Their Constitutional Rights.
WAR ON LAW ENFORCEMENT
WAR ON WOMEN
· ex-secret-service-trump-assassination-joke-not-funny 'Irresponsible, grotesque, despicable, and ignorant'
· Carson-Campaign-Chief-He-Wont-Quit-Race 'The Good News About Grassroots Support Is That It's Really Across The Country'
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