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Donald Trump Is Planning to use the Republican National Convention to make the unusual move of announcing names of potential cabinet members, Trump’s longtime confident Roger Stone has confirmed. Stone was speaking in an interview set to air Sunday night on this reporter’s talk radio program, “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” broadcast on New York’s AM 970 The Answer and NewsTalk 990 AM. Stone stated: I think that Trump is going to name a prospective cabinet and there is of Read the full story
Just Days Before The Republican National Convention is expected to formally nominate him for president, Donald Trump has taken his largest lead yet over Hillary Clinton. The latest Rasmussen Reports weekly White House Watch survey of Likely U.S. Voters finds Trump with 44% support to Clinton’s 37%. Thirteen percent (13%) favor some other candidate, and six percent (6%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.) This is the third week in a row that Trump has held the lead, although last week he was ahead by a statistically insignificant 42% to 40%. This week’s findings represent Trump’s highest level of support in surveys since last October and show Clinton continuing to lose ground.
LD20 Senator Kimberly Yee will speak at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland at approximately 2:30 pm (EST) on Mon, July 18.
GOP Senate Belies Party Platform Before Ink Is Dry Expect manipulation of facts under new Library of Congress chief.
Dozens Of GOP Lawmakers Staying Away From Trump's Convention The overwhelming majority of House Republicans in competitive races this fall won’t be at the Republican National Convention to watch Donald Trump accept the party’s nomination for president. Read the full story here
If The New Black Panther Party decides to conduct armed “protests” outside the GOP convention next week, Bikers for Trump will do anything possible to make sure there isn’t any violence from armed agitators in Cleveland. Breitbart You may have seen Bikers for Trump at rallies before. According to their Facebook page, their goal is to “promote and coordinate peaceful rallies and events nationwide and to inform voters on issues confronting America.”
Bruce Ash on Republican National Committee Convention Rules: Bruce Ash talked about efforts to prevent a rule change allowing Republican National Committee delegates to vote their conscience in the convention’s first-round ballot rather than voting for the candidate who won their state. Bruce-Ash: RNC-Convention-Rules AZ Most Likely Ending Presidential Preference Election -- Going to State Party Caucus in 2020. In an interview on C-Span's "Washington Journal" program on 7/13/16 at the 13:25 mark, , Bruce Ash says: "In Arizona, the Arizona State Legislature is taking money out of the selection process. We've had a publicly-funded Presidential Preference Election for a number of cycles. It's now going to go to a State Party Caucus, most likely, in 2020."
Attention Republican Candidates: If your event announcement is not posted within 24 hours from the time you submitted it - Briefs did NOT receive it. Please resend it to either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Briefs does NOT post endorsements, nor does it endorse candidates. – Editor Frosty Taylor
AAAARC Chairman Rev Clyde Bowen: There has been a rash of shootings and violence against police officers. I'm going to tell you the reasons. Some you know, some you suspect and some you will find controversial and hard to believe. I have "Cred" & credentials to state my truths. Raised in a section of Boston, I was trained in local history. I went to the same school as Ben Franklin, one of the four signers of the Declaration. My dad was an abuser, me a violent street gang thug. My section of Roxbury was mean, drugs, violence, and rage. I was raised with MalcolmX & Louie Farakhan, preachers of a certain Black "reality". Then and now. Crack a book, I did. I was also a combat military police officer for 10 yrs. I have also studied this race thing in America for over 60 years! Black Belief: White Lives Matter! When this country was formed, during and after slavery, up till now a Democrat driven agenda has broken Black's self-esteem, pride and for the future. Like Trump says - talk, talk, talk. Obama talk, talking heads, SOS-new day. Black on Black crime. Oh, well, Blacks are "not good enough" right? Crying, "acting out". Somebody's gonna get a whipping. After eight cops dead, now law & order. Complicated! Black's are desperate for Republican leadership not scorn, they get that in the mirror. Blacks won't/can't directly tell you. Denial is not just a river in Egypt. I tell you their/our problem. Me, I'm reborn, I'm an American. You?
Lyle J. Rapacki, Ph.D. - Sentinel Intelligence Services, LLC: As I send this message, I am fully aware sadness prevails across our country upon the death of three Servant Heroes gunned-down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana earlier today. Another Servant Hero who wore a badge also died today in Milwaukee. Heroes each…servants without a doubt. In the days to come many words will be shared about their lives, and about their service to their communities and fellow citizens. These memorials will be filled with words and songs and more words giving honor to those who ran toward gun fire, not away like so many people, but towards the danger and the unknowing. Bag pipes and muffled drums most likely will sound notes that will touch you deep inside and pervade your spirit hopefully so you will never forget the sacrifice they made, and would make again today if they could. Something else died today…actually has been dying over the past eight or so years; the ability to laugh and joke and laugh some more without malice. Americans historically have laughed. We seem to be forgetting how to anymore. So I decided to take a risk, to go against theon current, to send a commentary dealing with laughter. Cops laugh. They laugh more than most citizens know, and maybe, in part, because they witness so much that is not funny, not laughable. Cops laugh…and in some squads and stations, they are known to play a joke or two on their fellow officers but in a good-natured sort of way…because cops laugh, they value the sound, they tuck away the smile to draw upon at times when there are no sounds of laughter only the sounds of the bag pipes and muffled drums. The Servant Heroes we honor today would understand, they would encourage you to find again the ability to laugh. We need this quickly fading gift in our country maybe even more at this time then last year.
AAARC Chairman Rev Clyde Bowen: Thanks Frosty for printing our Alert. Things were OK, stores closed early, preventing some from exercising their Constitutional right to shop. Better safe than sorry. Bowen refers to the 24th Street/Thomas protest in Phoenix - ft.
The Chino Valley Pachyderm will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., July 21 at Randall's Restaurant in the Prescott Golf & Country Club. 5 pm early birds. Nathan Duell of the Heritage Action Group will make a presentation. RSVP Sue Goodchild at SUE 636-7355 OR email@example.com
Sue Goodchild hosted a phone bank for Concerned Veterans for America at her home over the weekend. The volunteers made over a thousand calls with more than 200 responses. “Best results they have ever received,” she reports. To volunteer contact: Sue Goodchild firstname.lastname@example.org
LD18 Senate Candidate Frank Schmuck volunteers will meet at 7 pm.,Mon., July 25 at 233 W Krista Way in Tempe on how to use your time to make a real difference in this primary election. Contact: Team Schmuck Chairman Dan Schultz at email@example.com
Hillary’s America: The secret history of the Democratic Party has received a tremendous reception in Phoenix, according to Dinesh D'Souza. incredible numbers
The Ward Team “Retirement Party for Sen. John McCain” is scheduled at 6 pm., Mon., July 25 at plaza Alboleda, 2502 N. Dodge Road, Tucson, AZ 85716 with Sen candidate Kelli Ward and former congressman Tom Tancredo. $ per person.. $50 per couple. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 623-451-692 or www.kelliward.com/retiremccainparty with Karen Schutte 520-877-3230.
Sen John McCain will visit speak at the noon, Mon., July 18 Prescott, Prescott Valley and Chino Valley Chambers of Commerce luncheon scheduled at the Prescott Resort/Conference Center, 1 500 AZ-69, in Prescott. RSVP to Loran Romero at Lorna@johnmccain.com or (480) 231-8930.
The Grassroots Tea Party Activists will present an evening with Maricopa County School Supt candidate Jana Jackson at 6:30 pm., Wed., July 20 at Denny’s Restaurant Banquet room, 2717 W Bell Road in Phoenix. Doors open at 6 pm. Jackson will present “Dream Weavers: The Meaning of our Flag.” Jackson’s daughter will also sing a patriotic song with accompanying music by Budd Gilbert play the harmonica. Contact: Francine Romesburg at email@example.com
Daisy Mountain Tea Party Chairman and PC Vera Anderson is working with the Phoenix Police Dept. to get a Blue Ribbon Campaign going to support local Law Enforcement officers. She needs $300 for buttons. Anyone wishing to contribute to the cause cane reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org and 602-821-4675.
The ‘Women of Courage” Candidates Fundraiser is scheduled between 1-3 pm., Sat., July 23 at the Deer Valley Airport. Tickets - $25.
Sen John McCain will meet with campaign volunteers at 1:45 pm., Mon., July 18 at the Northern AZ campaign headquarters, 110 E Gurley #100 B in Prescott for an ice cream social. RSVP to Lorna Romero at Lorna@johnmccain.com or (480) 231-8930.
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If You Are Interesting In Participating in the Arizona East Valley Action Alliance’s Federal & State Candidate’s Pro-Life Questionnaire, you can complete the questionnaire online: www.evactionalliance.org or download the form, complete it and mail to: AZ EVAA, 2648 N. 61st Street, Mesa, AZ 85215-1536. Deadline to reply is Mon., July 18. Contact: Joe or Penny Perron at 480-216-7217 Life@evactionalliance.org
Sen John McCain will give remarks at the Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce Luncheon at 11 am., Tues., July 19 at the Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce, Pine Canyon Club, 3000 S. Clubhouse Circle, Flagstaff, AZ 86001. RSVP to Lorna Romero at Lorna@johnmccain.com or (480) 231-8930
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The Arizona News Service/Arizona Capitol Times 2016 Meet the Candidates Event is scheduled between 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. on Mon, July 18 at the Sheraton Downtown Phoenix. $50 admission. Tickets here: meet-the-candidates.
The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., July 18 at 3375 E Shea Blvd in Phoenix to hear Republican candidate Wayne Baker, who is one of several candidates opposing incumbent Joe Arpaio for the sheriff’s position. Baker was born and raised in Phoenix and worked for the Sheriff’s office for 22 years – ending in April 2014. AP meetings are open to all GOP candidates running for office. If you a candidates wishes to address AP, they should contact Chairman Ron Ludders at 602.677.1496
Sen John McCain and his wife Cindy will host an ice cream social from 1:30-2:15 pm., Mon., July 18 at McCain Northern headquarters, 110 E Gurley St #100B in Prescott.
The Republican Women of Prescott (RWOP) meet for lunch Tues., July 19 at
The Prescott Resort and Conference Center, 1500 E. Hwy 69, Prescott, AZ. Doors open 10:30 am, lunch & meeting 11:30 am - 1pm. Reservation/RSVP: Elsie Tyree: email@example.com RSVP cutoff is 5 pm., July 15 or reserve online at www.rwop.info – events. $20 per person. Program: Candidates Forum featuring US Congressional Candidates incumbent Congressman Dr. Paul Gosar and opponent Ray Strauss; and LD1 candidates incumbent Noel Campbell and opponents Chip Davis and David Stringer.
LD11’s “Super Meet & Greet’ for state and local candidates is scheduled between 3-6 pm. , Wed., July 20 in of the Mountain View(East) Ballroom, SaddleBrooke, 38759 S Mountain View Blvd. in Tucson featuring Arizona Corporation Commission candidates Bob Burns, Boyd Dunn, Al Melvin, Andy Tobin and Rick Gray, LD8 candidates Frank Pratt, TJ Shope and David Cook, LD11 candidates Steve Smith, Vince Leach and Mark Finchem. Pinal County candidates- District 1 County Supervisor candidates Tom Sorensen, District 4 Anthony Smith and Rich Vitiello; County Attorney – Lando Voyles and Kent Volkmer, Pinal County Sheriff – Steve Henry and Mark Lamb, Pinal County Treasurer – Michael McCord and Ted Gremmel, along with unopposed incumbents County Assessor Doug Wolfe, County Recorder Virginia Ross and County School Supt of Education Jill Broussard. Candidates will rotate around large round tables to visit with attendees.
Grassroots Tea Party Activists will hear from Maricopa County Supt of Education candidate Jana Jackson and her musical presentation “Dream Weavers: The Meaning of Our Flag” during the Wed., July 20 Grassroots Tea Party Activists meeting at Denny’s Restaurant, 2717 W Bell Road in Phoenix. Contact: Francine L Romesburg
The Colorado River Tea Party will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., July 21 in the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma with LD13 incumbent Darin Mitchell and David Lara, Yuma Union High School District Board candidate. Contact: Chairman Sally Kizer firstname.lastname@example.org 928-210-1219.
LD 24 will meet at 6:30 pm., Thur, July 21 at AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St, Phoenix to hear Arizona Corporation Commission candidates Al Melvin and Rick Gray and LD28 House candidate Maria Syms.
The Ahwatukee Tea Party Candidate Round Table Event #3 is scheduled to meet at 6:30 pm., Thurs., July 21 at the Quality Inn Hotel (previously the Clarion Hotel), 5121 E. LA Puente Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85044 (I-10 & Elliot Rd) to chat with Maricopa County Supt of School candidates Jana Jackson and Steve Watson and LD18 Sen Frank Schmuck.
The Republican Party of Mesa (LD-25) Candidate Forum for all Republican candidates is scheduled at 7 pm, Thurs., July 21 at the Charles K Luster Building (Formerly the Mesa Utility Building) 640 N Mesa Dr., Mesa, AZ. This meeting will be chaired by Dan Grimm. Please email questions to email@example.com
Heirs of the Republican will host a private viewing of “Hillary’s America: The History of the Democratic Party” at 10:30 am., Sat., July 23 at the Century Theatres at the Oro Valley Marketplace, 12155 N. Oracle Road in Oro Valley. Tickets - $10 each. Reservations - firstname.lastname@example.org website www.HerisOfTheRepublic.com
A Meet & Greet for US Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward is scheduled at 11:30 am, July 23 at the Sugarbowl, 4005 N Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale. Contact: Carolyn Leff at email@example.com or 1-928-230-0633.
A Fundraiser For Payson City Council Candidate Janell Sterner will be held from 11:30 am-1 pm., Sat., July 23 at Republican Headquarters, 307 C South Beeline Hwy (behind the Buffalo Grill). Refreshments available. RSVP required for head count. Tickets - $10 each; can be purchased at the door. Contact: Lolly Hathhorn at 928-474-2334.
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