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Congrats to long-time GOP Activist Alberto Gutier and his wife Miryam, who just celebrated 50 years of American citizenship. “As immigrants, we cherish the honor of being Americans, having assimilated into the culture, history and language of this great country of ours and living with our extensive family in Arizona for 48 of those years.”
Dr. Kelli Ward, US Senate candidate and military wife, will discuss Veteran issues with the voters at 10 am.,Thur., Aug 11 the VFW Post 270, 4853 E Thomas Road in Phoenix. Contact Carolyn Leff email@example.com 1-928-230-0633.
Lydia’s La Canasta Restaurant In Wickenburg is hosting the third of four “Believers For Trump” events at 2023 W Wickenburg Way (SW corner of Hwy 60/Vulture Peak Way) at 7 pm., Thurs., Aug 11 to hear Arizona National Committeewoman elect Lori Klein-Corbin of Prescott. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is lined up for the Aug 25 meeting. Attendance is free; no obligation to purchase a meal. However, the kitchen will be open for the convenience of those who wish to dine before the events start. Those intending to dine should notify the restaurant in advance by calling Lydia Abril or Renee Sparks at 480-589-0511. Diners should arrive by 6 pm to ensure they have completed their meals before 7pm. A Republican voter registration table will be available at each event for the convenience of those who would like to register to vote in the upcoming Presidential election. Abril said she is hoping to attract Hispanics from Aguila, Congress, Morristown, Wittman, and Yavapai County who support Trump, but have not yet registered to vote.
CD6 Congressional candidate Captain Russ Wittenberg, who is challenging three-term incumbent David Schweikert, will go “head-to-head” with Schweikert this evening at 6:30 pm at the LD23 meeting scheduled at the Scottsdale Senior Center. Contact Wittenberg: captainruss4congress.us
The Arizona Federation of Republican Women’s Fall meeting is scheduled Sept 23-24, 2016 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Reid Park, 445 S Alvernon Way in Tucson. Download Registration HERE or contact Arrangements Chair Kathy Dolge at 602-510-8986 or Arrangements@azfrw.com Block rates expires Sept 1. Gaslight Theatre is sold out. Waiting line contact Mary Baumbach at 602-206-1189 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet the Republican US Senate candidates Sen John McCain, Dr Kelli Ward, and Clair Van Steenwyk at 3 pm., Sat., Aug 13 at the American Heritage Academy, 2030 E Cherry St., in Cottonwood, AZ. The event is hosted by Radio Talk Show Host Mike Broomhead of KFYI 550.
Yavapai County Republican Candidates will gather for an Aug 30 Primary Election Victory Party at The Palace, 120 S Montezuma in Prescott between 5:30-9 pm. Hors d-oeuvres. No host bar. The event is hosted by candidates:Congress - incumbent Paul Gosar. County Sheriff -Scott Mascher, LD1 Senate – Karen Fann, LD1 House – Noel Campbel l, David Stringer and Chip Davis, County Assessor – Justin Simmons, Board of Super #1 – incumbent Rowle Simmons, Board of Super #2 – incumbent Tom Thurman, Board of Super #4 – incumbent Craig Brown and challenger Marla Festenese, and Board of Super #5 – incumbent Jack Smith
Cobre Valley Republicans Club chairman Judy Alexander reports that US Sen Kelli Ward was featured at a “Meet & Greet” in Globe yesterday afternoon.
The Arizona Game And Fish/Respected Access In Arizona/ RIDENOW! POWERSPORTS Annual Fundraiser is scheduled Oct 13 at the OneAZ Credit Union Pavilion at Ben Avery Clay Target Center, 5060 W Skeet St, Phoenix, AZ 85086. A fun-shoot is offered from 2-5 pm, followed by the BBQ. The fundraising is from 5-9 pm. Prizes include target-shooting, hunting and outdoor recreation products. Fun-Shoot and Dinner - $65. Dinner only - $40. Tables of 6 available Contact Marsha Hill at email@example.com
Donald Trump, Jr: “The party establishment will do whatever they can to stop my father because they realize if he gets in there, the little game they’re used to playing where everyone takes care of everyone else and everyone makes money off each other and everyone’s doing incredibly well for doing nothing – That all ends.”
Activist Gary Ripley: I am sick and tired of Republicans in Congress thinking they are immune from retribution once the primary is over. People like Susan Collins and John McCain illustrate this point perfectly. They become conservative-ish when they are up for reelection, then move as quickly as possible to their “friends” positions across the aisle in Congress. What has the average conservative activist done when these liberal and establishment friendly republicans won their respective elections? We have voted for them. What do they do when there is a possible conservative upstart? They attack from the left like the Democrats they are, while abusing and twisting the word “conservative” like they are the ones who own the rights to define conservative to mean whatever they want it to mean. See Thad Cochran vs Chris McDaniel and all the campaigning against the racist conservatives and how they want to cut po’ black folk’s welfare. If they fail to win the primary, they resolve themselves to destroy the candidate that beats them. See the Republicans in Nevada with Sharon Angle, Christine O’Donnell in Delaware, Joe Miller in Alaska, Richard Mourdock in Indiana, and yes, even Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Marco Rubio, and Rand Paul. I propose that we start returning the favor, starting with the democrat supporting snakes in our own party who are refusing to endorse their party’s nominee or are absurdly endorsing any other politician than Donald Trump for president.
LD 13 PC RJ Morris: Even if Donald Trump said that he was from "Mars," it is totally unacceptable for any "Republican Senator, or 'other' (a Senator from New York), to say that they will support a Democratic candidate, especially when the whole idea is to vote for Constitutional, freedom loving, and responsible people. We need to be in the White House and Senate, then take care of any slight mis-alignments that may or may not be there with any one individual candidate.
Activist Ron Gosselin: The McCarran-Walter Act Of 1952 has been law for over 60 years. Apparently, those we elect to Washington haven’t the slightest idea the law exists. Donald Trump was severely criticized for suggesting that the U.S. should limit or temporarily suspend the immigration of certain ethnic groups, nationalities, and even people of certain religions (Muslims). The criticisms condemned the suggestion as Un-American, dumb, stupid, reckless, dangerous and racist. Congressmen and Senators swore that they would never allow such legislation, and the President called such a prohibition on immigration unconstitutional. As Gomer Pyle would say, “Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!” The selective immigration ban is already law and has been applied on several occasions. The McCarran-Walter Act, the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 allows for the "Suspension of entry or imposition of restrictions by the President.
This Law was signed by President Harry Truman to prevent Nazis and Communist from entering the Country. Whenever the President finds that the entry of aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States to be detrimental to the interests of the United States , the President may, by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or non-immigrants or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate."
The Act was utilized by President Jimmy Carter in 1979 to keep Iranians out of the United States, but he did more. He made all Iranian students already here check in, and then he deported a bunch. Seven thousand were found in violation of their visas, 15,000 Iranians were forced to leave the United States in 1979. It is of note that the act requires that an applicant for immigration "must be of good moral character and attached to the principles of the Constitution".
Since the Quran forbids Muslims to swear allegiance to the U.S. Constitution, technically, all Muslims should be refused immigration. Authenticated at: http://library.uwb.edu/static/ USimmigration/1952_ immigration_and_nationality_act.html
The Maricopa County Republicans Committee (MCRC) Dinner Awards Guidelines have been announced by MCRC Executive Director April Riggins: All awards are based on actions taken by prospective recipients in the year preceding the actual year that the Awards Dinner is held. EXAMPLE: The 2011 awards are given as the result of actions taken during CY2010. One of the reasons that a dinner is held is to recognize the hard work of our Precinct Committeemen and honor them for their dedication and commitment under what are, sometimes, trying circumstances. There are four (4) levels of awards:
1. CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT – To be presented to precinct committeemen who have done an outstanding job during the previous year. These recipients are selected by the District. One Certificate will be awarded for every twenty-five (25) precinct committeemen, or major portion thereof, within the District. Maximum of eight (8) Certificates per District.
2. VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD-- One (1) award to be presented to the most outstanding volunteer in each District.
3. THE LINCOLN BUST—To be presented to the one person selected by the Awards Committee to receive the County’s highest award. Only one (1) Lincoln Bust will be presented in the Area. Only one award will be made to an individual in a lifetime. The following criteria will apply:
A. Must be an elected Precinct Committeeman
B. Neither elected public officials nor current District Chairmen are eligible
C. Give priority for work done in the Precincts
D. Consider the number of years served as a Precinct Committeeman
E. Consider other party activities engaged in
F. Consider participation in Community and Civic Activities
G. Paid staff are not eligible for award
4. THE REAGAN PLAQUE—To be presented to a person meeting the same general criteria as the Lincoln Bust with the exception that the Reagan Award may be given to someone who has not yet exhibited a lifetime of service to the Party, and an individual may, conceivable, receive more than one Reagan Award in their lifetime.
The Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) has extended the deadline to Aug 20 for submitting award nominations (via the legislative district (LD) chairmen) for the Fall Awards Dinner. Date/location tba. All nominee recommendations must be submitted by Aug 20 to Frank Thorwald at firstname.lastname@example.org Three new awards will be given related to recruitment and activity of new precinct committeemen (PCs). Nominees for the “Most Valuable PC Of The Year,” along with the annual Lifetime Lincoln Bust and Reagan Bust Service awards are also being sought. Each LD chairman is asked to submit one name. PCs can nominate any club for the “Outstanding Club for 2016” award. For more information contact Thorwald.
Reminder To Early Voters: If you are supporting a qualified write-in candidate in a contested precinct committeeman precinct, be sure to print their name on the ballot and fill in the arrow – the same way you filled in the arrows for your favorite candidates who were printed on the ballot. Be sure to sign the outside of the envelope.
August 12 Is The Deadline for nominating contestants for the Arizona Game and Fish Commission awards dinner. Submit a Commission Awards nomination, or download a nomination form. Then submit the completed form and all supplemental materials to: Arizona Game and Fish Department, Attn: 2016 Commission Awards - DOHQ, 5000 W. Carefree Highway, Phoenix, AZ 85086 or fax to: 623-236-7299 or email to: email@example.com. Submission deadline is 5 p.m. August 12, 2016. The Commission will select the Award recipients at its Aug. 26, 2016 meeting. The awards will be presented at the annual Awards Banquet to be held Sat, Jan. 14, 2017, at the Arizona Grand Resort, 8000 S. Arizona Grand Parkway, Phoenix, Arizona 85044.
Maricopa County Republican Chairman Tyler Bowyer has announced the need for 70 paid hand-count volunteers for the August 30th Primary. Interested precinct committeemen should e-mail their full name, e-mail address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org by Aug 15. Volunteers will be needed at the MCTEC Facilities, 510 S 3rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003 on:
Maricopa County Republican Chairman Tyler Bowyer is also asking for poll watchers: “In order to be an official poll watcher, (a person that hangs out at the polls all day and observes the ongoing procedures,) you MUST have an inked signature copy of the approval form from me. The page is a salmon color and requires a signed copy from me. This year they are not allowing photocopies, etc. Those will be available after the 15th and will be at the County office or if someone picks one up from me directly. You will need to request and pick up as many as you need for each of your districts/for PCs or candidates that request to have someone present to observe before Aug 29th. We will not be driving around on the day of election to provide these forms.” Contact Bowyer at email@example.com
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The Governor’s Office Of Youth, Faith And Family (GOYFF) has announced the Governor’s Youth Commission (GYC) class of 2016 – 2017, with representation from all 15 counties. Fifty-one high school sophomores, juniors and seniors were appointed and will play a role inspiring Arizona’s youth “to take the lead”. The GYC has chosen to focus on substance abuse, bullying, teen dating violence, and distracted driving in their respective counties and promote civics education among youth. http://beseenbeheard.az.gov/
Yesterday, In Light Of New Pay-To-Play Evidence, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus called on the State Department to release thousands of withheld Hillary Clinton work-related emails that she deleted and lied about the existence of. These emails were recovered in the FBI’s criminal investigation, and turned over to the State Department, which now is considering not releasing them until after the election. “With growing evidence of pay-to-play relationships between Clinton’s State Department and her family foundation, the State Department owes it to the American people to release the thousands of work-related emails she failed to turn over before voters head to the polls,” said Priebus. "Clinton has repeatedly looked in the eyes of the American people and lied to their face in order to hide her unethical and reckless conduct as secretary of state while furthering her own self-interest. If the State Department continues to withhold these emails, Hillary Clinton should demand they be released, or release them herself. Anything less than a full release of these public records before voting begins will only further prove that we have a rigged system that has one set of rules political elites and another for everyone else. Our country cannot afford further erosion of the public’s faith in our institutions because of the unseemly and deep collusion between the Obama Administration and their anointed successor Hillary Clinton.”
Yesterday The Republican National Committee (RNC) released “We Can’t Afford A Clinton Presidency,” a new video highlighting how Hillary Clinton will only extend President Obama’s disastrous domestic and foreign policy agenda which America can no longer afford. “Under President Obama, America has suffered a decline in prosperity and security. A Hillary Clinton presidency would only mean a third term of failure, with an economy stuck in neutral, the growth of ISIS around the world, and a liberal Supreme Court,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “The time is now to elect Donald Trump president so we can grow wages and jobs, stop radical Islamic terrorism, and ensure a bright future for our families and our freedoms.” See the accompanying briefing from RNC Research here.
If You Missed The Aug 1 Deadline to register to vote in the Aug 30 Primary, you can still have until Oct 10 to register to vote in the Nov 8 General Election. .. or update your current voter information. You can register and update information online. You can also pick up registrations forms at the US post office or local Motor Vehicle Department.
Congressman Paul Gosar has yard signs available. Contact his campaign at firstname.lastname@example.org
Important 2016 Election Dates And Deadlines
· Aug 30 – Primary Election
· Sept 29 – Last day to file as a write-in candidate for the General Election.
· Oct 10 – Voter registration deadline for General Election.
· Oct 12 – Early Ballot Voting begins for General Election.
· Nov 8 – General Election Day.
The Chips N Salsa Radio Show is the only local conservative Latino perspective can be heard at 8 pm Fridays on www.1100KFNX.com and 4 pm. Saturdays on www.CentralCityRadio.com with hosts Martin Gonzalez, George Ortiz and Alice Lara. Sponsorship - contact Gonzalez MartinGonzalezonline@hotmail.com or www.ChipsNSalsaShow.com
AZGOP Chr Robert Graham hosts a pre-recorded radio program at 7 am., every Sunday morning on 960 AM (The Patriot).
LD27 Chr Ron Harders will host the ChiTown ExPat radio program at 2 pm every Saturday through October on KING FM. Sponsors needed. Interviewees should call 602-243-0111 to schedule an appearance. Contact: Harders email@example.com
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LD18 Senate Candidate Frank Schmuck’s satellite campaign office is now open from 6 am-9pm daily at 233 W Krista Way, Tempe where team members can pick up yards signs, a Crew Member T-shirt for volunteering, a call/walking list of your neighborhood, stickers, and work on the phone bank. Please bring your own cell phone. Drinks/food available to workers. RSVP to Connie at 831-234-5660.
Volunteers Are Needed to work in the Cobre Valley Republican Headquarters in Globe between 10 am –2 pm., Mon., Wed., Fri., And Sat. Volunteers should contact Chr Judy Alexander at 928-701-2195.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department, in partnership with the Arizona Desert Bighorn Sheep Society, is offering an encore Canyon Lake cruise for the public to see magnificent desert bighorn sheep in their natural environment. The three-hour tour, accompanied by Game and Fish biologists and educators, leaves from Canyon Lake Marina at 7 a.m. on Sat, Aug. 13. Cost is $40 for adults and $25 for children ages 5-12. The Dolly Steamboat offers both open-air decks and air-conditioned viewing areas, is accessible, and has bathrooms. Light snacks and beverages are available for purchase. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable light clothing and bring a camera, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and binoculars. Limited space. Reservations required: call Dolly Steamboat at (480) 827-9144 or book online at www.dollysteamboat.com
Kathy Pearce, Founder, CEO AZ Heroes to Hometowns, is in need of 2,500 - $25 grocery gift cards or monetary donations for a turkey or ham to complete the food boxes for Thanksgiving dinner for families of OEF/OIF Injured/Wounded Troops, Deployed Military Families, Guard, Reserves, and Active Duty Military. Donations of grocery gift cards and checks are needed by Nov 11. See www.azheroestohometowns.org Contact Pearce at 480-330-1632 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Arizona GOP National Committeewomen elect Lori Klein-Corbin will speak at the 7 pm., Aug 11 “Believers For Donald Trump” meeting at Lydia’s La Canasta Restaurant In Wickenburg. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio will be the Aug 25 speaker. For details call 480-589-0511
LD23 will host candidates at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Aug 11 at the Scottsdale Senior Center. Speakers include CD6 candidate retired Air Force Capt Russell Wittenburg, incumbent CD6 congressman David Schweikert, and US Sen Candidate Clair Van Steenwyk .
Sen John McCain will hold a Town Hall meeting with Humana Employees at 10 am., Thurs., Aug 11 at Humana Pharmacy, 8990 W Glendale Ave., in Glendale. Contact: Rachael Dean at: email@example.com or (202) 224-7130.
The Oro Valley Republican Women’s Club luncheon is scheduled Fri., Aug 12 with LD11
Sen Steve Smith, and Reps Mark Finchem and Vince Leach. All three are running unopposed in the Aug 30 primary. The luncheon is scheduled at 11:50 am., at the Oro Valley Country Club, 300 W Greenock Dr., Oro Valley. Meet & Greet at 11:30 am. $22 per person. For reservations RSVP no later than 1:30 pm., Tues., Aug 9 to Nancy Newman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-297-3401 A reservation made is a reservation paid if not canceled. The Sept 9 program will be a presentation on “Marijuana Threats to Society” by MatForce of Prescott and a mother whose son died from marijuana.
NW Maricopa County Chapter AZRA will meet at 9:15 am, Sat., Aug 13 at the Maricopa County NW Service Facility, 12975 W Bell Road in Surprise. Speakers include Phil Mason, Sr who will update the group on election news and outreach; Rep Phil Lovas will update the group on the Arizona Trump campaign and the Arizona House; and Sen Judy Burges will update the group on the Arizona Senate. The meeting is open to the public; doors open at 8:45 AM. Contact: Sec Patricia Templeton email@example.com
The Colorado River Tea Party “Candidate’s Soap Box Rally” for both Democrat and Republican candidates is scheduled the afternoon of Sat., Aug 13 in the Martin Luther King Career Center, 300 S 13th Ave., Yuma. Each candidate will be given five minutes on the “soap box” to ask for your Aug 30 vote. Contact: Chairman Sally Kizer at firstname.lastname@example.org 928-210-1219.
The Leisure World Republican Club will meet at 7 pm, Aug 15 in the Ballroom, 908 S Power Road, Mesa, AZ. Speakers include CD5 US House candidates Don Stapley and Christine Jones, Maricopa County Recorder candidate Aaron Flannery, Maricopa County Supt of School candidates Steve Watson and Jana Jackson; Justin Olson, Andy Biggs, Itasca Small and Nancy Cottle (representing Kelli Ward.) Gene Klund will give a brief report on the recent RNC. Contact Diane Andersen at email@example.com or 480 395-5515.
State Senate Write-In Candidate Itasca Small will speak to the Leisure World Republican Club at 7 pm., Mon., Aug 15 at 908 S Power Road in Mesa. Contact Diane Andersen 480-395-5515; Gene Dufoe 480-835-9637 or Merrianne Geisdorf 480-225-0720.
The Republican Women of Prescott luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am., Tues., Aug 16 at the Prescott Resort & Conference Center, 1500 E Hwy 69 in Prescott where Dr. David Hess will address "Obamacare - Deadly Medicine." Reservations: Elsie Tyree at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.rwop.info
The Ahwatukee Republican Women’s Breakfast Fundraiser with Congressman Jeff Flake is scheduled at 7:30 pm., Tues Aug 16 at the Four Points by Sheraton at 10831 S 51st St in Phoenix. Members $25. Others $30. Sponsorship tables contact: Mary Baumbach at email@example.com or 480-496-0852 or www.ahwatukeerepublicanwomen.com
The Chandler Republican Women will hold a Forum for Chandler City Council Candidates at 7 pm., Aug 16 at the at Tri-City Baptist Church. Meet and Greet at 6:30 pm.
The Colorado River Tea Party – Yuma will not meet on Thurs., Aug 18. They will resume meet on Thurs., Sept 1. Contact: Chairman Sally Kizer at firstname.lastname@example.org 928-210-1219.
State Senate Write-In Candidate Itasca Small will address LD25 at 7 pm., Thurs., Aug 18 in the Charles K. Luster Building, 640 N Mesa Dr., in Mesa. Contact: Gene Dufoe 480-835-9637 or Merrianne Geisdorf 480-225-0720..
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Congressional candidate Martha McSally: We wanted to reach out to you before the big day — Arizona primary day. We're happy to announce that we're offering exclusive Team McSally gear to our friends and supporters. Chip in and be the first to receive Offer runs out Aug 30.
Chandler City Council candidate Nora Ellen: With early voting under way, I wanted to recap what I believe are the four key issues in the race for Chandler City Council:
- Job creation, economic development, and business retention
- Maintaining our neighborhoods
- Maintaining top notch public safety
- Government accountability, transparency, and fiscal health
I believe in these key issues so much that I have made them the pillars of my re-election campaign. The City of Chandler has a great track record of being one of the state’s best run cities, but we simply can’t rest on our laurels. We have to continue the incredible work ethic and fiscal responsibility that helped Chandler grow so robustly in the first place. That involves aggressively recruiting businesses to set up shop in Chandler. That includes maintaining our high quality, yet affordable city services. And that means doubling down on the transparency and accountability needed to manage tax dollars responsibly.
To spread the word about our vision for Chandler, please consider:
- Forwarding this email to 5 friends
- Sharing on social media that the City Council team of Nora Ellen, Matt Eberle, and Gregg Pekau are the best candidates in this race to continue Chandler’s successful fiscal policies
- And of course, to cast your votes for Nora Ellen, Matt Eberle, and Gregg Pekau for Chandler City Council. Thank you so much for your support!
Congressional candidate Paul Babeu: On election night do we want to be left wondering: what if? What if we walked that one extra door? What if we called one more voter? What if we raised one more dollar? We aren't the kind of team that's going to be left wondering what if. Because of supporters like you, I know we will have given everything we can to make victory possible. I don’t need to tell you what’s at stake. You already know. Thank you for standing with me, ensuring we won’t have any what ifs.
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