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“Whether I became a PC when I moved into my home in a different district is a non-issue because I was a PC when I was elected - although there are those who are trying to make an issue of it,” Maricopa County Republican Chairman Tyler Bowyer told the Briefs on Wednesday. Bowyer and his family moved from their Chandler home - after it was sold in July 2015 - into LD25 later last summer. Contrary to reports that have circulated for several weeks, Bowyer says he checked to make sure there was a PC opening in the LD25 Duke precinct prior to purchasing and moving his family into the bungalow in Mesa. Bowyer said their prior home sold much quicker than they expected it to. In the process of getting the family settled into their new home, he didn’t get around to filling out his new PC application and changing his registration until in the fall, he explained. “It was, and is, a non-issue because I was a PC when I was elected to office,” he emphasized. During the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (BOS) last meeting, he was appointed a LD25 PC. The BOS couldn’t not appoint PCs from the cutoff date in November or December until after the January 2016 county/state mandatory meetings.
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Want to be a Delegate? You can read the rules/regulations at http://arizonagop.org/how-to-become-a-delegate-to-the-2016-state-or-national-conventions/ Go directly (no password required) to the delegate application form at http://arizonagop.org/2016-republican-national-convention-delegate-application/
The Western Pinal County Chapter of The Arizona Republican Assembly will meet at 6:30 pm, Mon, Feb 22 (doors open at 6pm) at 408 N. Sacaton St. Ste. II, Casa Grande, AZ. Speaker: Pinal County Sheriff Candidate and PCSO Chief Deputy Steve Henry. Family and friends invited. Contact Sec. Jason Hayes (202) 394-7202 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet Pinal County Sheriff Candidate Steve Henry: Steve Henry has a long and distinguished career in Public service and law enforcement. Prior to becoming the Chief Deputy of the Pinal County Sheriff’ Office in 2009 where he oversees a staff of 700 employees and volunteers with a budget of $40 million, Chief Henry served in various specialized and leadership positions in municipal and county law enforcement agencies including assignments in Patrol, Field Training, SWAT, Gang Enforcement, Internal Affairs, Community Services, Special assignments with the Bicycle Unit and Traffic Unit and recruiting unit. Henry holds numerous certifications to include Hate and Bias Crime Investigations, General Instructor, Fire Arms Instructor, Court certified expert witness in Criminal Street Gangs, to name just a few. Henry also served as an enlisted member and as an Officer in the United States Army, Henry has the experience and training to meet the diverse challenges law enforcement faces in today’s society. Combining his Master Degree in Educational Leadership with specialized leadership training from the FBI National Academy and the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government, Henry is a force in bringing innovative and new programs forward that promote public safety. He
is currently a Board Member of the Pinal County Drug Coalition, a Board Member for the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety DUI Commission, adjunct member of the Arizona Legislature Border Security Committee, past Vice-President and member of the Pinal County Law Enforcement Association and is a member of numerous other organizations. Henry’s awards are too numerous to list but they include the Eagle Scout award, Police Medal of Honor, two Meritorious Service awards, and the Sheriffs Exceptional Leadership Award. Chief Henry's bio
Arrowhead Republican Women is sponsoring a Candidates Forum between 2-5 pm., June 11 at Briarwood Country Club, 20800 N. 135th Ave., Sun City West. All candidate's running for office in Maricopa County, Arizona & National offices will have an opportunity to speak, followed by a ‘question/answer’ time. A 3:30 pm break is scheduled. This will be an opportunity for all to see the candidates altogether in one room. Finger food to be served. Cash Bar for drinks. No admission fee. The event will be video taped, so the candidates can use it for their own promotions. All Republicans welcome. Contact: Jan Martinson 623-546-3753 or email@example.com.
The Southern Arizona Republican Club will meet at 7 pm., Thurs., Feb 18 at the Sonoita/Elgin Fire Station in Sonoita to hear US Senate Candidate Dr Kelli Ward.
The Lincoln Republican Women will meet at 6 pm., Mon., March 7 at the New McCormick/”Millennium” Resort Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ. 5:30 pm – meet & greet. 6 pm mtg. 6:20 dinner. 7 pm program. Spouses welcome. Everyone is asked to wear green. Speaker: AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham will address what women can do to help win the 2016 elections. $35 per person. Reservations required. RSVP deadline Thurs., Feb 25. RSVP to Pat Kaufman at480-368-2777 or firstname.lastname@example.org or send check to LRW, 7436 E Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250.
US Senate Candidate Alex Meluskey has added Tweeter and Facebook to his campaign social media group.
Gov Doug Ducey: In January, I stood in front of a joint legislature to deliver my priorities for this session – and key among them was a strong focus on career and technical education. Now, following a bipartisan – unanimous – vote in both chambers, we are one step closer to providing vital support for thousands of Arizona students while keeping a structurally-balanced budget. This victory is a high testament to what I’ve said since the beginning – we can be responsible with our budget while adding significant, real dollars to K-12 education. Over the past month, I’ve traveled the state corner to corner. I’ve met with education leaders, teachers, principals, parents and students. They share this commitment to ensuring that all Arizona students are prepared for life after high school graduation – whether college or career.To them, and to all Arizonans, I’m proud to say that the plan I signed today delivers. I thank our legislators – especially Speaker David Gowan and President Andy Biggs – for working swiftly and in good faith to put our kids first.
LD17 will meet at 7 pm., Tues., Feb 23 to hear Rep JD Mesnard’s presentation on proposed legislation to replace the electoral college with the National Popular Vote (NPV) for the President election . Sen Majority Leader Steve Yarbrough will give a legislative update. This will be the last meeting prior to the LDs March 29 state delegation election. Details for the March 29 meeting will be provided at the Feb 12 meeting, according to Chr Shadow Asgar. LD17 meetings are held at the Tri-City Baptist Church Seminary Building (smaller building on south sideof parking lot), 2211 W. Germann Road Chandler, AZ 85286 Contact: Asgar at LD17shadow@gmail.com
Analysis of the "ICE Agent Support Act of 2016" -- U.S. has the tools and funds to enforce immigration law in the interior, but this bill could significantly defray costs: The Center for Immigration Studies has published an analysis of the "ICE Agent Support Act of 2016" (S.2538), the Senate bill introduced by Senators Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) "[t]o provide resources and incentives for the enforcement of immigration laws in the interior of the United States." Dan Cadman, a Center Fellow and author of the analysis, said, "The U.S. already has the tools and resources needed to respond to the country's high level of illegal immigration. But this bill ameliorates the burden on the taxpayer by directing that immigration enforcement fines be placed into an account that can be used to offset immigration enforcement appropriations. What it lacks, though, are the logistics to make that happen." View the entire analysis at: http://www.cis.org/Quick-Look-S-2538-ICE-Agent-Support-Act-201.
The Sun Lakes Republican Club will feature a presentation on “Islamic Terrorism and the 2016 Elections: If the GOP Does Not Protect Us, Nobody Will” by Dr Carl Goldberg, at 6:30 pm., March 8 in the Arizona Rm at Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S Sun Lakes., Blvd, Sun Lakes, AZ 85248. Contact: Chr Mike Tennant 480-802-0178.
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The Arizona Project will feature conservative activist Ted Hayes at a special “strategy” meeting at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Feb 18 at 3375 E Shea Blvd., Phoenix. Hayes is also address the 14th Amendment and Birthright Citizenship at the Sat., Feb 20 Candidates Corral at Pioneer Village.Contact: Chr Ron Ludders 602.677.1496
Free Tables Are Available to political candidates, clubs, LDs1-30, PACs, and veterans groups between 10 am-3 pm, during the Sat., Feb 20 Candidate Corral 2016 scheduled at the Pioneer Living History Village. Bring a table, 2 chairs and a pop-up tent for your group. Put out your literature, business cards, do a raffle to raise money for your group. Reserve space: http://citizenbusinessleague or contact event manager Nina Marlow at (480) 707-9043 (602) 541-1436 cell nmarlowCBL@gmail.com
Speakers slated for the “Candidates Corral” between 10 am-3 pm., Sat., Feb 20 at Pioneer Valley include Arizona National Committeeman Bruce Ash, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, US Senate candidates Kelli Ward, Alex Melusky, Claire Van Steenwyk, Arizona Corporation Commission candidate Frank Riggs, Amanda Stanford of Pinal County, Arizona Corporation Commissioner Tom Forese and former Alaska Mayor Marco Depcevich of Sitka, Alaska - the largest geographical city in the United States – along with representatives from several Presidential campaign staffs. Steve Kates of KFNX radio, 1100 on your radio dial will be broadcasting live. Ron Bellus will serve as master of ceremonies. Activist Ted Hayes of LA will be a lead-off speaker in the Opera House. Free event.
Action Alert Anita Christy: Parents, Grandparents, Friends and Group Leaders: We’re getting closer! Your calls on the Student Data Privacy and Parental Authority are being heard...but there’s a little more to do. Sadly, Rep Paul Boyer still fails to recognize Parents as Decision Makers in school matters. BUT Senator Sylvia Allen is listening to parents and introduced SB1455 and SB1389 to Protect Parental Authority and Data Privacy for Students and Teachers. Please call Rep Boyer at 602-926-4173 or email him at email@example.com to say NO to HB2293. Call Senator Allen at 602-926-5409 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to say YES to HB1455 AND HB1389 She knows Parents know best.
The Palo Verde Republican Women are asking Republicans to contact Senate Major Leader Andy Biggs at 602-926-4371 or email him at email@example.com and request that he not allow SB1218 to the floor for a vote. This bill replaces the Electoral College with the National Popular Vote.
The Arrowhead Republican Women will present their annual “Desert Jewels Luncheon And Fashion Show” at 12:30 am., Sat., March 19 at the Briarwood Country Club. Open to the public. Non-partisan event. No business meeting. Fashions from Dillards. Table reservations are available for groups of 8. Doors open at 11 am for your shopping pleasure. Vendors, musical entertainment, raffles, prizes, etc. Cash bar. $35 per person. RSVP/Reservations/Tickets deadline March 5 contact Judi Bourd at firstname.lastname@example.org or 623-433-9449. Event info Barbara Melkin At email@example.com or 623-249-5085.
Senator John McCain will join NantWorks Founder Dr. Soon Shiong and leading doctors/ researchers from across Arizona to celebrate the state’s participation in Cancer Moonshot 2020, a landmark coalition working to accelerate next-generation immunotherapy with the goal of curing cancer by 2020, at 2 pm., Thurs., Feb 18 MST at the Arizona State Capitol Building, 1700 W Washington St.,Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Senator John McCain will participate in Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s “Iconic Voices” interview series to discuss politics, national security and the media at 2 pm., Fri., Feb 19 MST at ASU’s downtown Phoenix campus. Free and open to the public. Details here. Arizona State University Downtown Phoenix Campus
Senator John McCain will join Jerry Colangelo, former owner of several Arizona professional sports teams. To discuss the growth and impact of sports in the Valley at 7 pm., Fri., Feb 19 MST at the Grand Canyon University Library, 4th floor, 3300 W Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ 85017. To be moderated by Dan Bickley, Arizona Republic sports columnist and radio host for the "Bickley and Marotta Show" on Arizona Sports 98.7. This event is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6 pm. Public can RSVP here.
Secretary of State Michele Reagan has opened an online filing period for pro/con arguments on Prop 124 – the ballot measure slated to appear on the May 17 statewide special election – weeking to reform the pension system for police and firefighters. Input, restricted to 300 words, will be accepted until 5 pm, Feb 23, 2016. See guidelines/ restrictions at http://www.azsos.gov/
Filing window for Proposition 124 pro/con arguments opens Secretary of State Michele Reagan has opened the online filing period for pro/con arguments for Proposition 124 that is scheduled for the May 17 statewide special election and seeks reform for the police/firefighters pension system. Agruments can be filed online system until 5 pm., Feb 23. Arguments can be 300 words or less and written exactly as they are to appear in the SOS publicity pamphlet. An original, notarized version must be submitted as well. The notarized copy can be mail and hand-delivered to the SOS office. Details can be viewed at AZSOS.gov website.
160216-2130 - AZRRT Special Call To Action By Jose Borrajero new website at http://www.publicrecord.report/category/alerts/ The following table contains some very important information regarding three parental rights and privacy of information bills that will be heard in committee very soon, but first a quick observation: In communist countries there is no such thing as parental rights or privacy of information. This statement is not the result of hearsay or reading a book, but the result of personal experience. Some European so-called democracies are following this pattern. There are people in this country that would have us move in that direction. You still have the right and the ability to let your government know your opinion. Do not squander that right. Everyone reading this material should be contacting the members of the committees cited here in the manner that best suits them, namely via telephone, e-mail, or ALIS/RTS. Don’t count on the next guy doing it. He is counting on you to do it. THESE ARE ALL STRIKER BILLS
SHORT TITLE OR WHAT THE BILL DOES
WHO TO CONTACT
PARENTAL OPT-OUT - THIS BILL HAS BEEN AMENDED VIA STRIKE-ALL WITH THE TEXT OF THE OLD HB2056 THAT BOYER KILLED IN THE HOUSE EDUCATION COMMITTEE
160215-2045 AZRRT Call To Action By Jose Borrajero The latest results of actions on bills that we are watching, as reported on www.azleg.gov, are as follows: WARNING: We have reached the point in the legislative process when strike-all amendments are widely used to slip legislation under the radar. Please remain alert! The following table contains legislative bill(s) that are coming up soon for action in our state legislature. Please choose the bills that are most important to you, then contact everyone in the “who to contact” column and ask them to vote yes or no, depending on your wishes.
SHORT TITLE OR WHAT THE BILL DOES
WHO TO CONTACT
student, teacher data collection; prohibitions.
STUDENT PRIVACY BILL
(*) For full info on any bill, click on the bill number column.
To see exactly how every legislator voted, click on the Results column.
Make a note of this information because it could be very valuable at election time, to evaluate whether candidates’ campaign rhetoric is supported or contradicted by their actions.
Editor’s Note: Jose’s alerts are run as a courtesy to those who do not have time to research the numerous bill in the hopper while the legislature is session. Briefs does not necessarily agree, nor disagree with the recommendations. This is merely courtesy information for the readers.
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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LD24 will meet at 6:30 pm, Thurs., Feb 18 at AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N 24th St., Phoenix with Arizona Republican National Committeeman Bruce Ash and Phoenix City Councilman Bill Gates. Ash has been Arizona’s RNC Committeeman since 2007. Bates was appointed to represent District 3 in 2009, was elected in 2011 and was the Vice Mayor of Phoenix in 2013.
The Republican Party of Mesa will meet at 7 pm., Thurs., Feb 18 to hear Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in the Ronald K Luster Building (the old Mesa Utility Building) 640 N. Mesa Dr. Mesa AZ. Contact: Chr Ian Murray Ian@DesignedForLife.com (602)524-7786.
The Tea Party Of Scottsdale US Senate Candidate Forum begins at 7 pm, Thur., Feb 18. Doors open at 6 pm. US Senate candidates Alex Meluskey and Clair Van Steenwyk will participate. Candidate Kelli Ward is declining participation in Spring forums unless incumbent Sen John McCain participates. Contact: teapartyscottsdale.com/
Pima County District 3 Board of Supervisors candidate Kim DeMarco will hostess a “Meet & Greet at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Feb 18 at the Todd's Restaurant at Ryan Field, 9700 W. Ajo Highway, Tucson, AZ 85735 at Three Points. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org Refreshments will be provided. You can also order from the menu. See menus
LD24 will meet at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Feb 18 at AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N 24th St., Phoenix. Sign-in opens at 6 pm. Speakers: Arizona Republican Committeeman Bruce Ash and Phoenix City Councilman Bill Gates. Contact: Chr Timothy Lee email@example.com
The Northwest Conservatives Candidates Forum is scheduled at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Feb 18 at the Nanini Library, 7300 N Shannon, featuring Pima County Supervisor incumbent Ally Miller, LD9 candidate Ana Henderson and Precinct 10 Justice of the Peace candidate Vince Roberts.
The Chino Valley Pachyderm meeting is scheduled at 5 pm., Thurs., Feb 18 in Randall’s Restaurant at the Prescott Golf & Country Club in Dewey. Tom Jenney of Americans for Prosperity will show the movie “Sal Alinsky Story and Tactics” Chr: Sue Goodchild. RSVP TO firstname.lastname@example.org or 928-636-7355
The San Tan Republican Club. meets at 6pm, Feb 18 at Mountain Vista School, San Tan Valley.
The Ahwatukee Tea Party will meet will meet at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Feb 18 at Fire Station #43, 4110 Chandler Blvd., Phx, 85048 to hear Dr. Thomas Patterson, Chairman of Compact for America. Patterson, a retired physician, is a former state senator and former chairman of the Goldwater Institute. Contact: www.tukeeteaparty.com
The Northwest Conservatives is hosting a “Meet the Candidates at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Feb 18 for District 1 Pima County Board of Supervisors incumbent Ally Miller and LD9 House candidate Ana Henderson at the Nanin Library.
Congress, Cops & Coffee will be offered by Congressman Paul Gosar between 8:30-9:30 am, Wed., Feb 18 at the Palo Verde Education Center in Buckeye, AZ. For information go to www.gosar.house.gov or call 480-882-2697.
Charles and Jennifer Hill of Chandler are hosting a 5:30 pm., Wed., Feb 19 evening of wine tasting and charcuterie fundraiser in honor of US Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward. $20 donation at the door. RSVP to Jennifer Hill email@example.com
The RWOP/Las Fuentes Monthly Village Forum is scheduled at 3 pm., Fri., Feb 19 at the Las Fuentes Resort Village, 1035 Scott Dr. Prescott, AZ. Speakers: US Senate candidates Dr Kelli Ward and Clair Van Steenwyk; Moderator – Linda Gray. Contact: Jade Riley 928-227-2398 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Republican Women of Pinal County meet at 10am, Fri., Feb. 19 at Saddlebrooke Clubhouse to hear Arizona Corporation Commission candidate Al Melvin.
The Citizens Business League will host a Candidate’s Corral from 10 am-3 pm., Sat., Feb 20 at Pioneer Living History Village, 3901 W Pioneer Road, Phoenix, AZ 85086. A concert to benefit Veterans organization is scheduled from 6-8 pm. The event offers free opportunities to grassroots groups, veterans groups, Republican Clubs and all LD’s 1-30. Bring your pop-up tent, table & 2 chairs. Advertise your group with raffles, hand-out flyers, do a fund raiser and learn about Statewide Candidates, Local Officials & a Presidential Candidate or two… “First-come/First-serve” basis. Reserve space at http://citizenbusinessleague.goldlaw.wpengine.com Contacts: Diane Ortiz-Parsons email@example.com 480-236-2795 or Nina Marlow nmarlowCBL@gmail.com 480-707-9043.
Gun Rights Across America (GRAA) and Riders USA have teamed up for a rally supporting the Second Amendment between noon and 2 pm., Sat., Feb 20 at the Arizona State Capitol. AzCDL’s president Dave Kopp will be among the speakers. has been invited to speak at the rally. Details: See Facebook page or Riders USA’s website. Contact: Mike Sullivan at Riders USA.
"Fountain Hills Republican Club will meet at 9 am, Sat., Feb 20 in the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N La Montana Dr, FH, with US Senator John McCain as the keynote speaker. The East Valley Young Marines will Present the Colors during the meeting. 8:30am Meet and Greet with light breakfast snacks. Admission is free. Contact: Boe James, Secretary at FHRepublican@gmail.com or http://www.FHRepublicaClub.org
US Senate Candidate Kelli Ward will address the Riders USA Pro 2nd Amendment Rally at noon., Sat., Feb 20 at the State Capitol, 1700 W Washington, Phoenix. Contact: Carolyn Leff firstname.lastname@example.org 1-928-230-0633
US Senate Candidate Kelli Ward will speak at 1:45 pm., Sat., Feb 20 at the Candidate Corral scheduled at Pioneer History Living Village, 3901 W Pioneer Road, Phoenix. The event runs from 10 am-3 pm. Contact: Contact: Carolyn Leff email@example.com 1-928-230-0633.
LD23, Paradise Republican Women’s Group and Moral Action Ministry are co-sponsoring “13 Hours In Benghazi-Truth Speech “ between 2-6:15 pm., Sun.,, Feb 21 at the Lund Performing Arts Center, 3102 North 56th St., Phoenix, AZ, 85018 featuring Kris ‘Tono’ Paronto, former Army Ranger (1 of 6 American Heroes) “13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi” and Author and Benghazi expert Kenneth Timmerman who wrote “Dark Forces: The Truth about What Happened in Benghazi”. Doors open at 1:30 pm. 2 pm opening ceremonies. 2:15 pm Paronto. 3:45 pm book signing/photo op. 4:15 pm Timmerman. 5:45 pm book signing/photo op. Group Sales & Co-Sponsors & Vendor Tables: Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-818-8838 See Movie Trailer-13 HOURS: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.
Gosar Goes To Wickenburg: A Wickenburg “Congress, Cops & Coffee” will be conducted by Congressman Paul Gosar between 9-10 am, Mon., Feb 22 at the Chaparral Homemade Ice Cream Shop. He will conduct a open to the public “Small Business Roundtable” between 1:30-2:30 pm at the Wickenburg Town Hall Building, 144 N Tegner. And he will address the Wickenburg Republican Club at 7 pm. in the Lifeline Ambulance Training Center, 1155 N Tegner. Contact: WRC Chr Frosty Taylor at email@example.com or Gosar 480-882-2697 www.gosar.house.gov.
The Western Pinal County Chapter AZRA meets Feb 22 at 408 N. Sacaton St. Casa Grande with Steve Henry, PCSO Chief Deputy & candidate for Pinal County Sheriff. Contact Chr Nancy Hawkins.
The American Heritage DVD series by historian David Barton of Wallbuilders will be presented between 1-3 pm., Feb. 22 and 29 at the AZ GOP Headquarters West Valley office, 10050 W. Bell Rd. Suite 50. Free to public. Call 623-815-8557 or 623-977-4532 . Facilitated by living history presenter Bonnie Angster. Series will focus on the Constitution, the Judiciary, Education and Black History.
State Treasurer Jeff DeWit will address Prop 123 – Arizona’s Education Finance Amendment – at 7 pm., Tues., Feb 23 at the Emory Riddle Aeronautical Hanger in Prescott. Contact call 928-277-4010.
Reception In Southern Arizona for the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is scheduled Feb 23. The MCSF has been in operation for 53 years. Last year it gave out $7,000,000 to children of Marines that enabled them to go to college. The operation is in full swing in the Phoenix area and they are trying to raise awareness of this program in southern Arizona. The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is a nationwide organization but the money raised in Arizona goes first to Arizona kids. They are looking for more applicants in southern Arizona for the scholarships. RSVP to Ashley firstname.lastname@example.org. Free admission and parking. www.mcsf.org.
US Senate Candidate Kelli Ward will speaking at the 6 pm., Tues., Feb 23 Payson Tea Party meeting in Tiny’s Restaurant, 600 E Hwy 260. Contact: email@example.com 1-928-230-0633.
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