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Dewit Riding High After Trump Win, But Says Arizona Is Home Now that Donald Trump has won, Jeff DeWit is back in Arizona full time but dogged by talk that he's going to benefit from his support by getting a post in the new administration. DeWit won't say definitively that he won't leave.
Due To The Clinton Supporters campaign of harassing phone calls, e-mails and threatening messages bombarding our Arizona Electoral College appointees, along with speculation as to whether Arizona College Elector Jane Lynch would cast her electoral vote for President elect Donald Trump, Briefs asked Lynch yesterday afternoon, where she stands on the upcoming Dec 19 issue. Lynch replied, “I have never stated anything other than that I am committed to cast my Electoral Vote for Donald Trump. I am astounded that anyone would state differently. Both Politicos articles (August and November) stated such commitment.” Editor’s Note: There you have it folks, straight from the long-time Republican activist. Trump has Lynch’s electoral vote. No one should have to take the abuse our Electoral Appointees have taken the past week from those intent on getting them to change their electoral votes. Threats can be intimidating and it is time consuming to weed out hundreds (some days thousands) of “junk” messages from the ones you need to respond to. Nuisance senders need to stop their flood of demands and disrupting the lives of the electoral voters across the nation. – ft
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus: Nearly three weeks after the presidential election, the numbers showing President-elect Donald J. Trump's victory are coming more fully into focus. He won 306 electoral votes, the most for a Republican since George H. W. Bush in 1988. He carried 9 of 13 battleground states. Millions of Americans rallied behind his message of rebuilding our country and disrupting the status quo. Here are some stats on the scope of his win:
1. A groundswell of support: Trump won over 2,600 counties nationwide, the most since President Reagan in 1984. Additionally, he won over 62 million votes in the popular vote, the highest all-time for a Republican nominee.
2. Turning blue counties red: Trump won over 200 counties nationwide that Obama won in 2012. This was the most counties won by a Republican since 1984.
· Pinellas County, FL: Trump won Pinellas County, while in 2012 Obama won the county by nearly 25,000 votes.
· Ashtabula County, OH: Trump won Ashtabula by 7,500 votes, a feat no Republican had achieved in decades.
· Macomb County, MI: Trump won Macomb County by 12%, or over 48,300 raw votes, while in 2012 Obama won the county.
· Racine County, WI: Trump won Racine County by 4,000 votes, while in 2012 Obama won the county by over 3,000.
· Erie County, PA: Trump won Erie county by over 2,000 votes, while in 2012 President Obama won by nearly 20,000 votes.
3. Converting key Democrat strongholds: President-elect Donald J. Trump’s message resonated with voters in historically blue states.
· First time winning Wisconsin since 1984.
· First time winning Pennsylvania and Michigan since 1988.
· Only second time winning Iowa since 1984.
4. Resonating message: Trump campaigned in places he knew Republicans have had difficulty winning. It's clear the Trump win was one that brought Americans of all backgrounds together. With the election in the rear view mirror, Trump is now concentrating his energy on being a president for all Americans and doing the hard work of making sure his administration is ready to deliver results for the nation on day one.
Prescribed Fires Planned In Payson Area In Coming Week Residents and visitors in areas around Payson are expected to see smoky conditions in the coming week as Tonto National Forest workers burn vegetative debris piles over hundreds of acres. Read full article »
President-Elect Donald Trump On Saturday Blasted As A "Scam" The Green Party's Effort To Get A Voting Recount, and he accused the party's nominee, Jill Stein, of trying to reel in donations she won't actually spend."The people have spoken and the election is over,” Trump said in a statement. Hillary Clinton's campaign said Saturday it will take part in efforts to push for recounts in several key states, joining with Stein, who has raised millions of dollars to have votes counted again in Wisconsin.
Hillary Clinton's Campaign Said Saturday It Will Take Part In Efforts To Push For Recounts In Several Key States, joining with Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who has raised millions of dollars to have votes counted again in Wisconsin. Green Party officials filed Friday for a recount in Wisconsin after reports of voting discrepancies. CNN TV,
Marco Rubio: Fidel Castro Will Be Remembered As An ‘Evil, Murderous Dictator’ The senator from Florida said the late dictator turned Cuba into an “impoverished island prison.” In the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami, hundreds of people cheered the news of Castro's death early Saturday. Read more »
Republican National Committee (RNC) Co-Chair Sharon Day: "With the death of Fidel Castro we hope that the millions of Cubans who have suffered under his repressive and murderous regime will be able to look towards a future of peace, freedom, and prosperity," said Day. Though there is still much work left to be done to ensure the liberty of the Cuban people, we pray that this moment proves to be the dawn of a new day for the island. Today, we stand in solidarity with those who still live under the political tyranny of the Castros in Cuba, and we reflect on the sacrifices made by those who never wavered in their quest for liberation."
Trump: ‘Brutal Dictator’ Castro Is Dead, Caused ‘Unimaginable Suffering’ …U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said on Saturday that his administration, which takes office Jan. 20, would "do all it can" to help boost freedom and prosperity for Cuban people after the death of Fidel Castro. "Today, the world marks the passing of a brutal dictator who oppressed his own people for nearly six decades. Fidel Castro’s legacy is one of firing squads, theft, unimaginable suffering, poverty and the denial of fundamental human rights.
The Myth of a Divided America Reality Check- We are told that the United States is deeply divided today. If only it were true. Let’s talk about some real divisions in American history. The nation was deeply divided in 1775-81, when the non-Canadian North American colonies of the British Empire had a civil war over secession. It produced the only hyperinflation […] Read More
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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.
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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.
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The Wickenburg Republican Club will not meet Nov 28 due to the Thanksgiving holidays.
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
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.
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.
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!
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 firstname.lastname@example.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 email@example.com 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.
The Arizona Federation of College Republicans First Annual Holiday Banquet/Fundraiser is scheduled Sat., Dec 3 at the Scottsdale Camelback Resort. Sponsor a table for $150. Funds will help send College Republicans to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington D.C. in March of 2017. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov 26 or send a check to Arizona College GOP, 7250 E Grandview Dr. Prescott Valley, Arizona 86314 or donate online via credit card at https://azfcr.eventbrite.com , select "Tickets," and choose College Republican Supporter. Thank you for your generous support as we work hard to #KeepAZRed! Contact: Joey Cilano, Chairman, Arizona Federation of College Republicans, email@example.com arizona.crnc.org 928.420.4751.
The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am., Sat., Dec 3 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd. Coffee and donuts at 8 am, with the business meeting starting at 8:30 AM. A $2 donation is requested which helps towards the room rental.The speaker will be Tom Jenney, director for the "Americans for Prosperity Organization". Club officers for 2017 will also be sworn in. Contact: Jean Goncalves, Publicity Chairlady 623-214-8010.
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Congressman Matt Salmon: "With the death of Fidel Castro it should be a new day for the Cuban people. Throughout his dictatorship, the Cubans suffered from economic malaise and both religious and political persecution. Sadly, these policies continue under current President Raul Castro and the Cuban people continue to suffer under a crippling tyranny that stifles their economic freedom and curtails their basic human rights. In spite of this, the Obama Administration has naively moved to normalize relations with Cuba. Their optimism is sadly misplaced. The Cuban people remain captive to a tyrant who exploits their work and fails to guarantee them the most basic human rights. While the death of Fidel Castro should bring change to the Cuban people, sadly it will likely mean little to the average Cuban. I hope that President-elect Trump will advocate for real change in Cuba and help rescue the Cuban people from the backward policies that continue to enslave them."
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