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Friday, November 25, 2016

11-25-16 Briefs

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Editor Frosty Taylor  repcomm@cox.net      Web Master John Strasser

Abraham-Lincolns-1864-Thanksgiving Day Proclamation

Congressman Paul Gosar says "For those groups interested in participating in the Presidential Inaugural Parade, please visit .inauguralsupport.mdw.army.mil/ to complete an application. The application deadline is Monday, December 5.

Johnnie and Rev Clyde Bowen – The AAARC: In 1863 President Lincoln of the Party of Lincoln started Thanksgiving Day, to bring us together. It is up to All of us to make it so! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. See $185-million-to restore-lincoln-memorial

LD13 PC Scott Powelson is asking for any LD13 PC who did NOT receive a call letter prior to the Nov 22 Organizational meeting to contact him at jspowaz@gmail.com or 714-623-9101. Reports have surfaced that about half of the Wickenburg Precinct PCs did not receive their call letters via US Mail. During last Tuesday night’s LD13 Organizational meeting, outgoing LD13 Chairman Wally Campbell said that she had mailed every LD13 PC an official call letter that should have been delivered to them by US Mail by Nov 4 or 5.

Republican Club Secretary Boe James: Great FHRC entry.  Trump looks great.  What a great take off on the movie "Mr Smith goes to Washington and right in keeping with the parade theme. Chris, once again you out did yourself and made the FH Republican Club look great. Unfortunately, many of the younger folks probably don't know that movie. Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving. Editor’s Note: James refers to Chris Brant impersonating Donald Trump in the Fountain Hills Thanksgiving Day parade

Activist Karen Thomas: Thank you for your greeting, Frosty.  Glad to see you are taking a well- deserved day off.  Thank you for all you do for us. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.  

ASU College Republicans last meeting of the semester is scheduled Thurs., Dec 1 with Thomas Grier, adjunct professor and lawyer and Chad Heywood, Criterion public a affairs and former AZGOP Executor Director to address about how to emerge as successful political leaders at BAC324, ASU Tempe Camps. See Check out the Facebook event for more info!

As Stories Continue To Surface nationwide regarding the harassing/threatening phone calls, e-mails and letter that the Electoral College voters are receiving, Carol Joyce, one of the Arizona electors reports: “Friday, I received 28 letters from around the country in my  home delivery mail box.  Saturday 31 letters, today not to bad only 17, I am not opening any of them up…just rubber banded them and will take them to state GOP HQ .  You never know what could be inside of them with some of these bad characters out there….Today, as of 5:45 pm and since 5:22 am this morning, I have received of 3,302 emails!  On Monday - 2,719, Sunday - 2,247, last Saturday - 3,711,  It’s very time consuming because, it’s not easy to delete when they are mixed in with my regular email! Oh well, in time this shall pass!   It’s worth the grief because we now have the White House back with a President and VP who will make some good things happen for our Country!”

Kudos to AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham on reportedly meeting with the Arizona Electoral College appointees to make sure they weren’t being influenced by all the nuisance communications they have been receiving from Clinton’s minions who are attempting to change the current electoral college votes for President-election Donald Trump. Arizona Republican Presidential Electors:

Arizona Republican Presidential Electors:

Bruce Ash of Tucson

Walter Begay Jr. of Kayenta

Sharon Giese of Mesa

Robert Graham of Phoenix (GOP Chair)

Alberto Gutier of Phoenix

Jerry Hayden of Scottsdale

Carole Joyce of Phoenix

Jane Pierpoint Lynch of Phoenix (According to Politico, she plans to vote for Gary Johnson in the electoral college or a write-in, not Trump)

J. Foster Morgan of Glendale

James O’Connor of Scottsdale

The Newly Elected LD21 Officers are:Chairwoman - Eileen Mueller, 1st VC - Ted Farmer, 2nd VC - Glenda Stanton, 3rd VC - Larry Dick, 4th VC - Michael Kleving, Secretary - Johnny Melton and Treasurer - Peter Pingerelli.

The Newly Elected LD21 State Committeemen are: 27 were elected. There was a tie for the 27th position which was broken by a coin toss. They are: Ted Farmer, Larry Dick, Chris Herring, Kathy Payne, Tony Rivero, Kevin Pane, Eileen Mueller, Debbie Lesko, Mike Kleving, Johnny Melton, Rick Gray, Lisa Gray, Jean McGrath, Joe Lesko, Glenda Stanton, Paul Mueller, MaryAnne Hillis, Frank Thorwald, Lou Sniderman, Greg Eisert, Chris Peterson, Patti Thompson, Greg Linnebach, Jan Sniderman, Eloise Kleviing, Bonnie Angster , Amy Heusted, Ida Eisert, Jason Dragon, Ron Aames, Linda Whitbeck and Kathryn French.

Ben Boon Was Elected Chairman Of LD13 Tuesday night. Other newly elected officers include First Vice Chairman Matt King, 2nd Vice Chairman Michael Carbone, Secretary Karri King and Treasurer Kim Schoag.

The LD13 State Committeemen elected during the Tues., Nov 22 meeting. The 19 delegates are: Cory Acton, Kristen Acton, Amy Boon, Ben Boon, John Campbell, Wally Campbell, Michael Carbone, Kerry Giangobbe, Clint Hickman, Sine Kerr, Karri King, Kori King, Rhonda King, Matthew King, Nancy King, Diane Landis, Richard Landis, Georgia Lord, Ronald Lord, Joseph Marvin, Sharon Marvin, Donna Naylor, Raymond Naylor, Courtney Lynn Orielly, James Orielly Jr., Jody Ann Orielly, Heidi Owens, Ryan Owens, Jon Pfitzer, Tawnya Pfitzer, Joe Pizzillo, Kim Schoaf, Tom Schoaf, Steven Souther, Del Tor, Kimberly Vandeven and Anne Watts

Don Turner, Nevada Firearms Coalition Chair: Happy Thanksgiving! I hope that you are spending a relaxing day with your family and friends, and reflecting on the things you are thankful for. This is the time of year we pause to be thankful for the blessings we have received. At Nevadans Firearms Coalition we’re thankful for our families and friends, and all the support we’ve received from you. Your help has made it possible for us to keep fighting for our 2nd Amendment rights. Even though we barely lost, we want to thank all of your that supported our efforts to fight Ballot Initiative One. Even as we take this time to give thanks for our freedoms, we realize that we must fight to keep them by sacrifices of our time, talent and treasure.

The City Of Scottsdale and its nonprofit partner, Desert Discovery Center Scottsdale, Inc., invite you to a public workshop regarding the proposed concept for the Desert Discovery Center between 3-7 pm., Wed., Nov 30.  Registration is required. Those who register should be prepared to participate in the planning process for the proposed Desert Discovery Center at the Gateway to the McDowell Sonoran Preserve (located at the Preserve perimeter -- Thompson Peak/Bell Road). The Scottsdale City Council has directed further study of the DDC concept at this location.

An Off-Duty Deputy With The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and his wife are in the hospital after a van hit them near a bar in Cave Creek early Thanksgiving morning. MCSO has not released the names of the victims but said the deputy’s wife is fighting for her life.  Read full article »

Kristoff Was Trained By An ASU Student to smell changes in blood-glucose levels as part of a partnership between Power Paws Assistance Dogs, an Arizona based nonprofit, and Sparky’s Service Dogs, a student-run campus organization. After spending the first 18 months of his life with Taylor Randle, Kristoff will now look out for 6-year-old Mia. Read full article »

Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas will launch 2017 AZ Kids Can't Wait! At 2 pm., Tues., Nov 29 on the Arizona State Senate Lawn, 1700 W. Washington St. in Phoenix. Douglas will present the 2017 version of her AZ Kids Can’t Wait! plan, which has been updated to include several new proposals, accomplishments from last year’s plan and progress updates on several ongoing initiatives. New proposals include additional funding for teacher salaries, increased support for rural schools and much more. Last year’s plan is available at www.azed.gov/weheardyou, and the 2017 plan will be posted there after the launch event.

Bell Road Bridge In Surprise Opens After Seven Months Of Construction Surprise and the northwest Valley's long traffic nightmare took a major step toward ending Tuesday, as a bridge at Bell Road and U.S. 60/Grand Avenue opened.

Jonathan Lines Is The Third Candidate To Announce For The AZGOP Chairmanship. 11-21-16_briefs See Jim O’Connor’s announcement at 9-9-16-briefs and Frank Thorwald’s announcement at 10-15-16-briefs

Editor’s Note: Just a reminder that announcements are limited to 300 words. If longer, they will be edited to conform to policy. Briefs does not endorse, nor does it post endorsement between GOP candidates.

Dan Schultz' Series On What It Means To Be A PC. Schultz produced this five point series a few years ago with teleprompter and a professional film production company and are posted on the Yavapai Committee’s Resources page.

Dems Introduce Bill To Kill The Electoral College, But Here’s What The Election Would Look Like Without It As you know, liberals are still screaming bloody murder at the fact that Hillary didn’t win, and they just keep crying over and over that Hillary got the popular vote, so she should win, and the electoral college should be tossed out the window completely. Read more of this post

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Slideshow: AZ County-By-County Breakdown Of General Election Results …The results are in from the General Election but not every county in Arizona voted the same way. There are 15 counties in Arizona and each has a diverse group that didn't vote exactly like the state did overall.

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:

Senator John McCain (R- AZ)      202-224-2235     202-228-2862

Senator Jeff Flake (R- AZ)             202-224-4521     202-228-0515

Rep Ann Kirkpatrick (D1)               202-225-3361     202-225-3462    

Rep Martha McSally  (R2)             202-225-2542     520-881-3588    

Rep Raul M. Grijalva (D3)              202-225-2435     202-225-1541

Rep Paul A. Gosar (R4)                   202-225-2315     202-226-9739

Rep Matt Salmon (R5)                    202-225-2635     202-226-4386

Rep David Schweikert (R6)           202-225-2190     202-225-0096

Rep Reuben Gallego (D7)             202-225-4065     202-225-1655

Rep Trent Franks (R8)                    202-225-4576     202-225-6328

Rep Kyrsten Sinema (D9)              202-225-9888     202-225-9731

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Nov 28

The Wickenburg Republican Club will not meet Nov 28 due to the Thanksgiving holidays.

NOV 29

LD17 will meet at 7 pm., Tues., Nov 29 at the at Tri-City Baptist Church Seminary Bldg., where new board members will be elected. contact LD17 Chairman Dr. Shadow Asgari at LD17shadow@gmail.com

Dec 1

Central Republican Women Of Phoenix will hold its Christmas Meeting on Thurs, Dec 1, at 6:15 pm at the Hilton Phoenix Suites, 10 E Thomas, Phoenix. (Social begins at 5:30 p.m.)  The X-tension Cords, a ladies quartet, will provide the entertainment Ginger Clayton, Founder & President of Diaper Bank of Central Arizona, will talk about the local charity. Bring a diaper donation for the Diaper Bank of Central Arizona.  Reservations are required.  All seats are $30 and include dinner and program.   RSVP by  Nov. 27 to Jan Webb at reservations@crwop.org or 602-318-1010.  Cancellations must be made by Nov. 27 to avoid being charged.

The Mesa Republican Women Annual Christmas Party And Membership Drive is scheduled at 11:30 am., Thur., Dec 1 with radio talk show host Mike Broomhead as the master of ceremonies for the entertainment, games and lots of door prizes. RSVP deadline by Sun, Nov 27 to President Sherry Pierce at mesarepublicanwomen@cox.net or call (480) 615-0524. Address is 1900 E. University Drive, Suite 11, Mesa 85213. (North west corner of University Drive and Gilbert Road, Riviera Plaza). Lunch is $5 with a paid membership or renewal. Memberships are Jan-Dec; $25 Member and $15 Assoc. Member-for men or for women that are full members of another AzFRW club. Normal lunch price is $10/members, $12 visitors & guests. Hope to see you there!

LD25 - The Republican Party of Mesa Organizational Meeting date has moved Thurs. Dec 1 in order to comply with state law. The meeting location will be the Pathfinder Academy 2906 N. Boulder Canyon Mesa, AZ 85207. Credentialing will begin at 6 PM and the meeting will begin at 7 PM. Updates can be found on www.MesaGop.com. Ian Murray Chairman - The Republican Party of Mesa (LD-25) Ian@DesignedForLife.com (602)524-7786.

Concerned Citizens For America Celebrates “You, The Political Activist” And “President-Elect Donald Trump” at 6:30 pm, Thurs., Dec 1 at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Road, Sedona, AZ 86336. Desserts provided. They will host an open microphone to film one minute congratulations, prayers & encouragement to President-elect Donald J. Trump. A copy of the congratulatory disc will be sent to AZ Treasurer/Trump Campaign COO Jeff DeWit, for hand delivery to Mr. Trump.

CONGRESSIONAL STATEMENTS

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Congressman Paul Gosar: Coming from a family with 10 kids of mixed political views, I understand that we may disagree from time to time—we may even strongly disagree—but that’s what’s great about this country: even with our differences we can agree that we live in a great nation with much to be thankful for. This week, I hope we all take a moment to put our differences aside and remember those heroes who serve our communities at home and abroad. Give thanks to those who fought to protect us, those who never returned and the families who have an empty seat at their table this Thanksgiving. Above all else, we should all remember that God has blessed our nation as the land of liberty and prosperity. Never forget how precious the gift of freedom is and the sacrifices made to ensure America always remains the land of the free and the home of the brave. So from my family to yours... I hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving with family and friends.

Congressman Paul Gosar: Forget "Black Friday"... I'm supporting Small Business Saturday! As a small business owner for over 25 years, I know that entrepreneurs are the key to restoring American prosperity and boosting our economy. American entrepreneurs have boldly navigated extraordinarily difficult times pursuing not only their own dreams but also serving as the economic engine that continues to power our country. By empowering small business and reducing regulatory hurdles that are shackling growth, we can once again unleash the promise of the American dream and usher in a new era of economic prosperity. So forget the shopping malls today and support your local small businesses!

COUNCILMEN SPEAK

300 word limit. If statements exceeds the limit, it will be edited.

Sal DiCiccio - Phoenix Councilman, District 6: This holiday season my thoughts and prayers are with those who do not get to spend Thanksgiving with their families because they are out serving our country and our communities. These individuals make the ultimate sacrifice during times like this so that we can spend our holidays safe with our loved ones. So I would like to say a special thank you to our service members, firefighters and police officers this week. In this particularly hostile climate, you leave your families to protect ours and you are appreciated. I would also like to say an extra special thank you to their families, who forego seeing them on these occasions so that they may continue their service. This Thanksgiving I am most thankful for these families, for their sacrifices and contributions towards making America the greatest country to live in. My best to you and your family,

NEWS LINKS

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