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Questions Have Been Circulating since the LD13 Organizational Meeting was held on Nov 22. Here are some of them:
1. Why did a half dozen Wickenburg PCs not receive their call letters that outgoing Chairman Wally Campbell says PCs should have been received by Nov 4 or 5? She says she also sent back up e-mails to those whose e-dresses she has.
a. Campbell announced at the Nov 22 meeting she would be calling for a Federal investigation regarding the undelivered Wickenburg PC call letters.
b. On Nov 25, Wickenburg PC Scott Powelson requested that all LD13 PCs (district wide) who did not receive their Call Letters, contact him at email@example.com or 714-623-9101
2. Why were LD13 PCs not given the names/lists of the LD officers and state committee nominees prior to the meeting so they could review the candidates they were to vote on prior to voting?
a) Nov 9 was deadline for submitting nominations to Nominations Chairman Joe Marvin and his committee consisting of Diane Landis and JoAnn Dunn. Marvin was asked for a list of nominees the morning of Nov 19. That afternoon he replied, “I'm in Seattle for the weekend and will be happy to send it tomorrow (Sun) night when we get back.” Briefs received no nominee lists for posting from Marvin between Sun, Nov 19 and Tues., Nov 22.
3. Why would the Nominating Committee approve the nominations of PCs who rarely – if ever - attended the 2016 monthly meetings?
a) Former Sec Renee Taylor verified this week that the 2016 meeting sign in sheets show that newly elected First Vice Chairman Matt King and newly elected Secretary Karri King only signed into one 2016 meeting prior to the election. The sign in sheets don’t show newly elected Second Vice-Chairman Michael Carbone and Treasurer Kim Schoag attending any 2016 meetings prior to the Nov 22 election.
4. Why did Campbell publicly state that she didn’t know why incumbent Sec Renee Taylor was absence prior to the officer’s election?
a) Former Sec Renee Taylor says she has copies of the messages she sent via phone and e-mail to Campbell on Nov 16 and 17, notifiying Campbell she would not be attending the Nov 22 due to family commitments in Prescott . The meeting had been moved from its regular second Tuesday of the month due to the Presidential elections – rescheduling it two days before Thanksgiving.
5. Why did Campbell get so annoyed at former Chairman Robert Branch when he informed her that some state committeemen ballots were errantly placed in the LD officers election ballot box and should be removed prior to her calling a close to the officer balloting.
a. Elections officer Kim Owens intervened, and directed the ballot boxes be opened and the state committeemen ballots removed – as Branch had requested. Several PCs retrieved their miscast state committeemen ballots before Campbell called a close to LD officer balloting. The Credential and Tally Committee consisted of Ray Kouns, Jo Ann Dunn, Estelle Bestwick, Richard Landis, and Cid De La Fuentes.
6. Why did Campbell appear so stressed that evening?
a) Campbell told Briefs yesterday that the reason she appeared so stressed that evening was because her husband was in ICU after having a heart attack on Sunday evening and stents put in Monday.
The Mohave Valley Daily News reports that Dr Kelli Ward got a warm reception after speaking to the Colorado River Tea Party Patriots shortly after announcing she plan to run against Sen Jeff Flake in 2018. At one point, Ward asked the attendees to raise their hands if they want “to replace Jeff Flake,” and reporter Neil Young noted that “it appeared that every hand was raised.”
LD 24 Officer and State Committeemen Elections will be held at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Dec 1 at the AZGOP Offices, 3501 N. 24th Street in Phoenix, according to Chairman Timothy Lee. Credentialing starts at 6 pm.
Activist Aaron Gidwani: Frosty, I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Thanks for all you do. Merry Christmas!
LD22 Chairwoman Rae Lynn Chornensky: I hope you are doing well! Thank you so much for all the time and hard work you invest in our behalf. So very many benefit from your dedication and we are grateful!
The Newly Elected LD22 Officers are: Chairman Rae Chornenky; First Vice Chairman: Glenn Haynes; Second Vice Chairman: Van DiCarlo; Treasurer: Kay Heep; Secretary: Claudia Burr.
The LD 22 State Committeemen are: Judy Burges, Phil Lovas, Heather Morgan, Eric Morgan, Foster Morgan, Kay Heep, Rae Chornenky, Van DiCarlo, John Heep, Claudia Burr, Jeff DeWit, Diane Douglas, Marie Haynes, David Livingston, Frank Carroll, Glenn Haynes, Pat Templeton, Ben Toma, Corky Haynes, Greg Rucker, Margo Wiley, Joanne Carroll, Tracy Livingston, Larry Templeton, Marina DeWit, Jan Martinson, Jim Keller, Karen Thomas, Daniel McCarthy, Anna Morrison, Lori Hack, Frank Johnson, Danita Keller, Shaun Rohr, Jennifer Koehler, Kathi Rohr, John Stasko, Brian Eichelberger, Nancy Palmer, Linda Russell, Rodney Moffett, Joanne Byrnes, Dianne Hirsch, Troy Koehler, David Small, Randall C. Hack, David Peters, and Richard Webhe.
Famous Arizona ballerina Nina Marlowe and her daughter Rena will be producing “Nutcracker” by Backers of Ballet at 7 pm., Sat., Dec and at 2 pm., Sun, Dec 4 at Horizon High School, 5 601 E Greenway Road. They have also arranged a special show for Paradise Valley Unified School District children only at 10 a., Fr., Dec 2. Admission is $5 and a “new” unwrapped toy for the Marine Corps “Toys for Tots” campaign. Call 602-485-5000 or go to www.backerballet.com
The LD22 Christmas Party is scheduled at 6:30 pm, Mon., Dec 12 at the residence of 2nd Vice Chairman Van DiCarlo and his wife Rita, at 8055 W. Louise Dr.(Fletcher Heights) in Peoria, AZ 85383. Soft drink beverages along with a limited selection of wine will be supplied. Participants are asked to bring a finger food plate or desert along with any specialty drink you may prefer, according to newly elected Chairwoman Rae Lynn Chornenky.
AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham will reportedly know within a week whether he will be among those in the mid-December election for the RNC Chairmanship. Mary Dent Crisp was the last Arizona Republican to head the RNC – (1977-1980). Arizonan Dean Bruch chaired the RNC (1964-65) during Sen Barry Goldwater’s presidential campaign.
Ron Ludders' Conservative Business League is hosting a Dec 12 Potluck Christmas Party from 6:30-9pm at 3375 E Shea Blvd, Phoenix, AZ. Guests are asked to bring a side to share. The main dish will be provided. Contact: Christmas Chair: Aaron Gidwani 602-821-9076
Arizona Officials Launch Holiday DUI Enforcement Push State, local and federal officials highlighted the dangers of impaired driving and describe heightened enforcement effort by task forces across the state between now and the New Year's holiday. Read full article »
Gov. Ducey Dedicates Memorial Park For Fallen Hotshots A rugged section of brush-covered hills where 19 Arizona firefighters were killed in a 2013 wildfire will be dedicated as a new state memorial park Tuesday. Read full article »
State Highway To Grand Canon's North Rim To Close For Winter With facilities shut down for season, highway will reopen in the spring.
Gov Doug Ducey’s appoints State Solicitor General John Lopez and Court of Appeals Judge Andrew Gould to fill two vacancies on the expanded Supreme Court.
The Colorado River Tea Party is planning to host a “Thank You” party for newly re-elected LD13 legislator Steve Montenegro, Darin Mitchell and Don Shooter. Shooter, who had termed out as a senator, switched positions and Montenegro during the Nov 8 election. Shooter went to the House. Montenegro goes to the House to the Senate.
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.
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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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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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.
The Grassroots Tea Party Activists will meet with Constitutionalist Michael Gibbs at 6:30 pm, Wed., Nov 30 at Denny's Restaurant, Banquet Room, 2717 W Bell Rd, Phoenix, Az. Doors open at 6 pm. Contact: Francine L Romesburg firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 Colorado River Tea Party will meet at 6 pm., Thur., Dec 1 at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95 (in last building behind church) in Yuma to elect new officers and discuss the furture CRTP Mission.
Expanded Pfizer RxPathways Drug Program & Screening for Cancer Risk, The Reversing That Risk with Natural Means will be the topic of discussion at the 10 am., Thur., Dec 1 Family Health Talk Show. Listen to panelists Dr. Regina Ponder, Ms. Lori Murphy and Ms. Susan Ciardullo and Fred Taylor, Executive Director of SWPCF at Radio Station – KXXT 1010 AM, Online – www.familyvaluesradio1010.com, Call-in phone number: 602.977-1010.
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: email@example.com 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, firstname.lastname@example.org 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; 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. www.GOP.scwclubs.com
The Arizona Breakfast Club is canceled for Sat, Dec 3, 2016 to give members the opportunity to attend the Freedom Force International's Global Warming: An Inconvenient Lie Conference scheduled Dec 2-4 in Tempe. see www.freedomforceinternational.org for details.
The Lincoln Republican Women’s Club will meet at 5:30 pm., Mon., Dec 5 for meet/greet, followed by dinner at 6:30 pm at The New McCormick/”Millennium” Resort, Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 North Scottsdale Road, in Scottsdale. AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham has been invited to debrief the group on the election results. $35 per person. Reservations Required Deadline Thurs., Dec 1, 2016. Contact: 480-368-2777 or email@example.com
The Surprise Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., will meet again Tues., Dec 6. Grand Canyon Room at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 W R H Johnson Blvd, Sun City West.
FreedomWorks is hosting a Free Grassroots Dinner at 6 pm., Wed., Dec 7 at the Phoenix City Grille, (Bethany East Shopping Center), 5816 N 16th St in Phoenix. RSVP: https://fwact.org/VfHi76q Christina Sandefur, Executive Vice President at the Goldwater Institute, will be discussing the upcoming legislative battles in Arizona, and Noah Wall, FreedomWorks National Director of Campaigns, will be talking about FreedomWorks' 2017 legislative agenda in DC. Contact FreedomWorks Campaign Manager, Colby Bledsoe at 202-942-7681 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Colorado River Tea Party Christmas Potluck is scheduled from 6-9 pm., Thurs., Dec 8 in the last building at C0mmunity Church, 6480 E Haw95 in Yuma. Participants are asked to bring a vegetable, salad, or desert serving four or more. Main dish will be provided.
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