Monday, January 11, 2016

1-10-16 Briefs

Republican Briefs

Editor - Frosty Taylor or
Web Master   John Strasser

Sunday – January 10, 2016

We have long since discovered that nothing lasts longer
than a temporary government program. – Ronald Reagan - 8/8/1992

The Annual Legislative Opening Capitol Prayer Walk is scheduled between 7-8:30 am, Mon., Jan 11 at the State Capitol, 1700 W Washington, Phoenix.  Meet at the flagpole at 7 am. Dress warm, wear comfortable shoes and bring your Bible. Contact information Click here.

The Annual Precinct Committeemen (PC) Day entitled “Pizza & Politics” is scheduled at 9 am., Wed., Jan 13 at the State Capitol where PCs meet with their elected legislators and the Governor's Office. The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) is supply free lunch for everyone who gets a ticket at  Lunch tickets required! Registration tables open at 9 an in the Rose Garden – just west of the House of Representatives building. Parking is available west of the Capital Executive Tower – off 19th Ave/Jefferson.  Call your legislators on Mon or Tues to make an appointment with them between 9 am – 3 pm on Wed. Phone numbers under the “members tab” at  Inform your representatives of your position on important issues BEFORE they cast their vote.  “Complaining after the fact may make us feel good at times but playing 'gotcha' is a trait of the RINOs and we need to proactively make things happen rather than watch things happen, according to an AzRa official.” Contact person:
Lilia Dashevsky is a candidate for a Member at Large position on the Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Executive Guidance Committee  (MCRC EGC), and according to the Arizona Capitol Times, a "teenage prodigy" (Link). Dashevsky was the two-term State Chairman of the AZ Teenage Republicans (TARs), during which she grew the organization by 800%, and not by padding the numbers. Under Dashevsky's chairmanship, the TARs worked on all state and most federal and local elections in 2014; they received "Outstanding Federation in the Nation" due to their participation in the election and successful fundraising under her leadership. Dashevsky was also the youngest intern in Congressman Paul Gosar's Washington, D.C. office for two summers; however, her first summer she was promoted after two weeks to Press Assistant after creating a comprehensive plan to overhaul and improve the Congressman's social media--she returned to her same role in the summer of 2015. In late July, Gosar hired her as the youngest Congressional Staff Assistant in the state of Arizona. To learn more about her and her platform, visit her website: 

The Republican Party of Maricopa County is planning a Firearms Prize Drawing (aka as a raffle). The three prizes include:
      1st Prize: DPMS Panther, 308 AR15. MSRP: $999.
      2nd Prize: Smith & Wesson, M & P, .223 AR15. MSRP: $739.
      3rd Prize: Ruger, RS22, .22 semi-automatic pistol, MSRP: $349.
One (1) ticket for a $10 donation or  three (3) tickets for a $20 donation. Winner need not be present to win. Drawing will be held at the 1/16/16 MCRC Mandatory Meeting. Credit & Debit Card Payment Accepted. Firearms supplied by Arizona Firearms in Tempe, that is donating the Ruger, RS22 pistol. All winners must qualify in accordance with Arizona firearm laws. Winners will receive an Arizona Firearms gift card in lieu of the prize won.
Tickets are available now by mailing a check payable to the Maricopa County Republican Committee addresses to: Andrew Costanzo, PO Box 28091, Tempe, AZ 85285. Please include a self-address stamped envelope for the return of your ticket stubs. Tickets are 1 of $10 and 3 for $20.  Contact Andrew Costanzo,  480 677-0697.
To Access The Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Jan 16, 2016 Mandatory meeting call letter, agenda, candidates and proxy form go to  Official Calls/Proxies.  Only precinct committeemen who were elected or appointed by Nov 25, 2015 are eligible to enter the assembly room and vote at the mandatory meeting.

ATTN PCs:  Many of you have been asking about your Maricopa County Republican Jan 16 Mandatory meeting “Call letters.” 
·         Briefs is told they are in the mail, however, they haven’t been delivered in some areas yet.  They should be in your mail boxes by Monday – even those in the far corners of Maricopa County.
·         Others say they thought the call letter was junk mail… so check your incoming mail closely. Watch for a return that reads Arizona Republican Party. If you accidently threw it out, you can download the call letter it at
·         The two proxies in the call letter are meeting specific and will only be accepted at the Jan 16 meetings. 
·         A ‘special’ meeting is scheduled at 2:30 pm – immediately following adjournment of the regular session – the second proxy is for that meeting called by the Chairman for the purpose of voting for the Removal of the Chairman Tyler Bowyer, and/or First Vice-Chair Jeni White, and/or Second Vice-Chair Aaron Borders from the MCRC EGC.
·         Briefs is receiving inquiries as to bios on the 11 member at large (MAL) candidates. PCs will be electing five new MALS from the 11 candidates. Briefs has posted all the candidate announcements received from the individual candidates and will post any MAL candidate announcement received prior to noon Thursday, Jan. 14.  MAL candidate  announcements can be sent to or
·         One resolution was accidently left out of the call letter.  See LD28 PC Joe Alcott’s  Resolution In Support Of Protecting Arizona’s State Rights” in the Jan 8, 2016 Briefs archives 1/1-8-16-briefs
·         Please review the call letter meeting rules, and the bylaws and resolutions proposals prior to the meeting.

Legislative Opening Day Ceremonies are scheduled at noon, Mon, Jan 11 at the Capitol for the Fifty-Second Legislature Second Regular Session (1700 W Washington, Phx).  The ceremony includes the Governor’s State-of-the-State Address, and the First Reading of Bills in the House of Representatives. Speakers include Gov Doug Ducey, Speaker of the House and David Gowan and Senate President Andy Biggs.

LD 29 will meet at 7 pm., Jan 11 at 12836 W Colter St, Litchfield Park, AZ 85340  to  
discuss the MCRC Mandatory and the AZGOP meetings in January.  6:30 pm  - social. Contact Chairman Alan Gaugert, 623-330-3622,

LD13 PCs Will Meet With Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio at 7 pm., Tues., Jan 12 at the PebbleCreek Tuscany Falls Clubhouse Chianti Room, 16262 Clubhouse Drive, Goodyear, AZ.  Registration opens at 6:30 pm. The next meeting is scheduled Feb 9 at the same location. Contact: Chairman Wally Campbell  623-451-1100.

Ryan Peters Has Been Selected As The Chandler’s new Intergovernmental Affairs Coordinator, according to Acting City Manager Marsha Reed. Peters has more than 10 years of municipal public policy and state legislative experience. He comes to Chandler from the League of Arizona Cities and Towns, where he has served as a Legislative Associate for the past three years to represent all 91 cities and towns in Arizona. Peters has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Arizona State University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University as a double major in Political Science and Psychology. He served six years in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, including a deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Attorney Tom Ryan is not pleased with Gov Doug Ducey’s appointment of former Speaker of the House Andy Tobin to fill the Corporation Commission seat vacated by the resignation of former commissioner Susan Bitter-Smith.  According to the Yellow Sheet, Ryan says  “(Tobin) is as phony as the cowboy hat that he wears.”
CD9 candidate Dave Giles is asking for volunteers. Helpers needed:
  • Jan 12, 3-5 pm., data entry and social media, MCRC headquarters, 3030 S Rural Road, Temp.
  • Jan 16, 8-11 am or 11am-1 pm, MCRC Mandatory meeting, Church for the Nations, 6225 N Central Ave., Phx.
Contact: 602-499-8600 or   

Sun Lakes Republican Club Chairman Michael Tennant is asking registered Republicans to help GOP candidates get their nomination petitions signatures for the fall ballot by going to  to sign petitions electronically.  This web site is secure and supported by the Arizona Secretary of State. A driver license number and birthdate are required to take you to the correct district where a petition signature can be submitted for each candidate listed.  

In Conjunction With AZGOP Treasurer Jonathan Lines and under the guidance of AZGOP Compliance Director Timothy Lee, the AZGOP will conduct two Basic Training Sessions in 2016.
·         Robert’s Rules of Order Training Session:  Hosted by National Committeewoman Sharon Giese, AZGOP presents a Mandatory Training Session on Robert’s Rules of Orders for all County Chairmen and Legislative District Chairmen between 9 am-12:30 pm., Sat., Feb 27. The instructor is Al Gage. Any extra seating available for the Robert’s Rules Session will be assigned on first registered, first served basis.
·         AZGOP Bylaws Session:  Hosted by Joe Abate, Counsel to AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham, an open training session for all interested in the nuances and mechanics of putting together GOP Bylaws will be held from 9am-12:30 pm., Sat., March 12 under the instruction of  Mike Peck.
Both Sessions will include materials and training from top recognized participating Parliamentarians and Rules Experts. Both sessions will be held at the AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ. A light Continental breakfast will be offered. Contact Compliance Director Timothy Lee at: or (602) 518-5860.
AZGOP Treasurer’s Training Session : If you are interested in Training for GOP Treasurer’s, let Lee know at

Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas does not plan to authorize a special force to deport undocumented immigrants, he told CNN's Jake Tapper, setting up a policy contrast with Donald Trump. Cruz said in an interview that aired Sunday on "State of the Union" that the U.S. should catch those who came here illegally under normal law enforcement practices, not through roundups of the estimated 11 million undocumented people living in the U.S. "No, I don't intend to send jackboots to knock on your door and every door in America. That's not how we enforce the law for any crime," Cruz told Tapper. Trump has promised to authorize a "deportation force" to remove undocumented immigrants, pledging to do it "humanely."

GOP-Rep-Calls For Drastic-Move-Against Obama  Only Been Done Once in History : “‘The House Resolution to Censure Barack Obama’ would specifically censure and condemn the actions of President Obama regarding his announced actions on gun control this week,” Palazzo explained, noting that Obama has not only exceeded his authority regarding gun control, but also on immigration, so-called climate change, and the Iranian nuclear deal, among many other things. He also noted that while Obama calls for new laws, he has been ignoring and not enforcing laws that are already on the books, again not simply with gun control, but also with immigration and Obamacare.

Voters Don't Approve Of President Obama's decision to go it alone with several gun control initiatives and don't believe his actions will reduce the number of mass killings the country has experienced recently.  Read More 

The Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) Mandatory Meeting  is scheduled between 9 am-4 pm, Sat., Jan 16 at the Church of the Nation’s, 6225 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012 for all elected and appointed precinct committeemen approved by the Maricopa Board of Supervisors by Dec 31st 2015 (In person or by proxy).  Agenda includes electing new MCRC Members-at-Large, proposed bylaw changes and resolution. Those wishing to obtain tables, display banners, have flyers distributed in the packet, or display ground signs  are asked to call Reservations Chairman Liz Alcorn for pricing at  or phone 602-315- 0349. Checks should be made payable to MCRC and mailed to Liz Alcorn, 12040 N. 133rd Way, Scottsdale, AZ. 85259 by Jan 11, 2016. Tables will be assigned when payment is received. No exceptions.

The AZGOP Mandatory meeting is scheduled between 9am-4 pm., Sat., Jan 23 at the Grace Community Church , 1200 E Southern Ave, Tempe AZ 85282 for all state committeemen -  in person or by proxy. AZGOP Robert Graham reportedly did not convene the Bylaws and Resolutions Committees, so any proposed bylaws or resolutions proposals must come from the floor. No official word has been received by Briefs from the AZGOP as to whether elections will be held for a new First Vice Chairman, Second Vice Chairman, Third Vice Chairman, Assistant Secretary, Assistant Treasurer, Sergeant-At-Arms, and Assistant Sergeant-At-Arms.

A $15 discount is offered through January for those signing up to participate in the Heroes to Hometowns ‘Salute a Soldier’ 5K run or 1-mile walk, honoring wounded veterans, scheduled at 8:30 am., Sat., March 12 At Freestone Park, 1034 E Juniper Road., Gilbert AZ. $40 for 5Krun, $30 military rate for 5K or $25 for walk. Military/veterans use Code MIL10 for discount until Jan 31. Contact Kathy Pearce at or 480-330-1632.
Sponsors And Volunteers Are Needed to help with the Heroes to Hometowns ‘Salute a Soldier’ 5K run or 1 mile walk scheduled at 89:30 am., Sat. March 12 at Freestone Park in Glbert. Contact: Kathy Pearce at or 480-330-1632.
GOP Presidential Candidate Contacts:
Ben Carson       
Carly Forina      
Chris Christi      
Donald Trump
Jeb Bush 
John Kasich      
Marc Rubio       
Mike Huckabee  www.mikehuckabee
Rand Paul         
Rick Santorum
Ted Cruz 
Bobby Jindal    Campaign suspended
George Patake   Campaign suspended
Lindsey Graham   Campaign suspended
Rick Perry        Campaign suspended
Scott Walker     Campaign suspended

·         Call The White House 202-456-1111 Comments. Switchboard: 202-456-1414. Contact Senate or Representatives   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: 


JAN 11
·         Gov Doug Ducey will deliver his State of the State address and announce his priorities and policy initiatives for the second regular session of the 52nd Arizona Legislature on January 11, 2016 at the capitol.  Time and details tba.

·         The Western Pinal County Chapter of the Arizona Republican Assembly will meet at 6:30 pm, Mon, Jan 11 (doors open at 6pm) at 408 N. Sacaton St. Ste. II, Casa Grande, AZ. The program features guest speaker Paul Babeu, Pinal County Sheriff and Congressional Candidate for Arizona's CD1. Contact: Secretary Jason Hayes   202-394-7202 

·         US Senate Candidate Alex Meluskey will speak at the Conservative Republican Club of Kingman ata 11:15 m., Jan 11 at the Dambar Steakhouse, 1960 E Andy Devine Ave, Kingman, AZ 86401.  Contact: Comm Dir  Joel Andres Frewa (954) 907-3292.

·         The Lincoln Republican Women’s Club will meet for dinner at 6:20 pm, Mon., Jan 11 at The New McCormick/”Millennium” Resort, Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch,  7401 North Scottsdale Road,  Scottsdale, AZ 85253-3548     (480) 948-5050  to hear Laura Knaperke, former House Appropriations Chair, address “ Solar Power in Arizona.”  5:30 pm – meet and greet. 6 pm mtg, 7 pm program. $35 per person. Reservations required by Thurs., Jan 7. Send check made out to “LRWC”  to Patricia Kaufman, 7436 E. Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250 or call 480-368-2777 or bring cash. A Reservation Made Is A Reservation Paid!

·         The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Jan 11at 3375 E Shea Blvd, Phoenix to hear Brad A. Heward  address how welfare fraud, Obamacare fraud, Medicare fraud and insurance fraud are financing voter fraud in every state in this country, mostly by absentee ballot. Contact: Chr Ron Ludders 602.677.1496

·         The Western Pinal County Chapter of The Arizona Republican Assembly will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Jan 11 at 408 N. Sacaton St. Ste. II, Casa Grande, AZ. The building on the southeast corner of W Florence Blvd. and N Sacaton St. Doors open at 6 pm., Speaker: Paul Babeu, Pinal County Sheriff and Congressional Candidate for Arizona's CD1. Contact: Sec. Jason Hayes 202-394-7202

JAN 12
·         LD13 PCs will hear Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio at 7 pm., Tues., Jan 12 at the PebbleCreek Tuscany Falls Clubhouse Chianti Room, 16262 Clubhouse Drive, Goodyear, AZ.  Registration opens at 6:30 pm. The next meeting is scheduled Feb 9 at the same location. Contact: Chairman Wally Campbell  623-451-1100.

·         The Northwest Valley Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm, Tues, Jan 12 to hear Mona K. Oshana speaking about how she and her family escaped from Iraq.  She will also address the politics and policies that got us to the current dismal situation in the Middle East.  Co-speaker will be Sam Isaac Darmo.  Darmo will address various issues concerning the Middle East. An informative video will be shown at 5 pm.  Contact: Dennis Zinke  623-977-8114. Meeting takes place at 10050 W. Bell Road, Ste. 50 in Sun City.

·         Maricopa County Supervisor Denny Barney will address the Sun Lakes Republican Club at 6:30 pm., Tues, Jan 12 in the Arizona Room of the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd, Chandler, AZ.  

·         The Sahuarita Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., Jan 12 at the Triple Play, Duval Mine Road West of I-19 for dinner and to hear a report from former Maricopa County Republicans Chairman A J LaFaro regarding ballot harvesting and voter fraud issues. LaFaro is also a national director for the AZ Republican Assemblies. Meeting Contact:

·         The Sun Lakes Republican Club will host Mark Spencer, Southwest Projects Coordinator for Judicial Watch at it’s 6:pm, Jan 12 meeting in the Arizona Room at Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S Sun Lakes Blvd, Sun Lakes, AZ 8 5248. Spencer will address “Corruption & Public Office: Scandals Exposed”.  Maricopa County Supervisor Denny Barney will also be present.

JAN 13
·         PC Day at the Capitol is scheduled from 9am-3 pm., Wed., Jan 13 at the Arizona State Capitol, 1700 W Washington, Phx.  9 am - Meet your legislators. 11:30 am – free lunch, rally and greetings from elected officials (free tickets required) Registered here pc-day-at-the-capitol-tickets  1 pm – Houses introduction. 1:30 pm – Senate Introduction. 2 pm – small group meetings with legislators.  Contact 
·         SaddleBrooke Republican Club will meet at 5 pm., Wed., Jan 13 in the Ballroom in HOA#2.  Doors up at 3:30 pm.  Sierra Vista resident Colonel Thomas M. Finnegan, US Army (Retired), will address the group. Finnegan has served on the Board at the Fort Huachuca 50 since 1994.  The Fort Huachuca 50 is a community-based organization founded in 1987 to support the viability of Fort Huachuca for the future.  He served two tours in the Republic of Vietnam and served in a variety of command and staff assignments prior to his retirement in 1993.  From 1994 until his retirement in 2007 he was the Program Manager for L-3 Communications in Sierra Vista. Contact: President Neil MacDonald

·         The Jan 13, 2016 Arrowhead Republican Women Luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am at the Briarwood Country Club, 20800 N. 135th Ave., Sun City West. Check in opens at 10:45am. The speaker will be a representative of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association (CVMA), Post 32-1, an all-volunteer organization of veterans helping veterans. Their activities support the Soldier's Best Friend program in Peoria. Reservations required to attend; cost is $20 payable by cash or check at the door. Reservations must be made through or  RSVP: Lezlee Alexander at 602-354-5224 to place a reservation  by Fri., Jan 8.  ARW is open to Republican women registered to vote in AZ - Republican men may join as associate members.

JAN 16
·         The Yavapai County Republican Committee’s Mandatory meeting is scheduled Jan 16  - same day as the Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Mandatory meeting. Calls letters should go out no later than Jan 6 to precinct committeemen qualified to vote at these meetings. 

·         The Maricopa County Republican Committee Mandatory Meeting is scheduled Sat., Jan 16 at the Church of the Nation’s, 6225 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ. 85012, according to Executive Director April Riggins.  Riggins and Dan Grimm are co-chairing the event again this year. Those wishing to obtain tables, display banners, have flyers distributed in the packet, or display ground signs  are asked to call Reservations Chairman Liz Alcorn for pricing at  or phone 602-315- 0349. Checks should be made payable to MCRC and mailed to Liz Alcorn, 12040 N. 133rd Way, Scottsdale, AZ. 85259 by Jan 11, 2016. Tables will be assigned when payment is received. No exceptions.

·         The Constitutional Study Group is scheduling classes between 2-3:30 pm., on Saturday, Jan 16  and Feb 13 at three locations in Mesa.
·         American Family Education, 4833 E Southern, Mesa
·         Board room of SWD Urethane Co., 536 S Drew St., Mesa
·         Leisure World Club House, 908 W Power Road., Mesa
Instructors: Nathan Phelps, Veri Farnsworth, Cindy Biggs, Sarah Rowse and Adrienne Weiss. Contact: Farnsworth vfarnsworth13&  or 480-204-0964.
    $5 donation covers Constitution booklet, workbook and all class handouts. 

JAN 18
·         The Newly Formed Hwy 89 Republican Club will meet for the first time at 5 pm., Mon., Jan 18 at the Bonn Fire Restaurant in Chino Valley with a mystery speaker. The new club is open to all Republicans living in the area North along Hwy 89 from the Prescott Airport to Ash Fork along with Williamson Valley and Seligman.   There will also be an election of officers. (To serve as an officer a registered Republican needs to be a Precinct Committeeman and have voted in the last Primary and General elections.)  Contact Ron Godfrey at or 602-688-0979.  

·          The Leisure World Republican Club will meet at 7 pm,  Mon., Jan 18 in Rec 2 Hopi, 908 S Power Road, Messa, to hear US Senate candidate Kelli Ward address her campaign to replace US Sen John McCain. A Presidential straw poll will also be taken.  In the event you are attending from outside Leisure World please enter through the southern gate at Southern Ave/ and Leisure World Boulevard.  It is about half way between Power/Higley  Roads.  Proceed straight ahead after being cleared at the gate to the large building on your right. Contact: Diane at 480 395-5515.

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Congressman Paul A. Gosar after introducing bipartisan legislation, H.R. 4354, supported by 16 bipartisan cosponsors to affirm a mechanism for the president to strip Bill Cosby of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and impose criminal penalties for anyone who wears or publicly displays a Presidential Medal of Freedom that has been revoked: “I’m pleased to see so many of my colleagues, both Republican and Democrat, join me in taking a stand to defend the integrity of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. This distinguished accolade is an important symbol of our country. It is time for our elected leaders to boldly take action for what is right and join together in condemning abhorrent behavior like that of Bill Cosby. Revoking Bill Cosby’s Medal of Freedom won’t undo his actions or heal the wounds of his victims, but it will signal to the American people that we will not tolerate such lewd behavior. It is time to reclaim our nation’s moral compass.
     “It is true that there is a presumption of innocence in the American legal system, and rightly so. And while our criminal justice system will ultimately determine whether Cosby serves jail time for any of the crimes of which he has been accused, Cosby’s own admissions to drugging women with the intention to satisfy his sexual desires place him outside the bounds of whom we should admire in our society.
      “One of my constituents said it best: Civilian honors such as this come with no legal protections or guarantees...Honors are optional, and not anyone’s legal right to have and keep…The bar should be extraordinarily high for the Medal of Freedom, and to keep Cosby as a recipient greatly diminishes the very worth of that honor.”   The full text HERE

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