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LD 13 Chairman Wally Campbell has announced the winning delegates and alternates who were elected last night (Tues, March 29) to represent LD 13’s CD 3, CD 4, and CD 8, at the AZGOP State Convention in Mesa on April 30 in Mesa: They are listed in tally order
· CD 3- Delegates: Jeff Knox, Cirilo DeLa Fuente, Rachael Aja, Karri King, Kori King, Donna Naylor, Ray Naylor and alternate Rebecca Blackwell.
· CD4 Delegates: Larry Hershkowitz, Frosty Taylor, Marsha Hill, Ernie McCollum, John ‘Scott’ Powelson, Heidi Owens, Paul Roetto, Ryan Owens , Matt King and alternates Ben Boon, Robert “RJ” Morris, Jeremy Hoenack , Paul Kottler and Bethany Powel.
· CD8 Delegates: Estelle Beswick, Sondra Duncan, Steve Montenegro, Wally Campbell, Maasiai Montenegro, Constantin Querard, Thomas Schoaf, Diane Landis, Richard Landis, Darin Mitchell, Melissa Montenegro, Sandra Dowling, Linda Migliore, Steven Migliore, and Bobbie Rene Taylor and alternates Robert Branch, Joe Jugo, Frank Jugo and Harry Lantz.
Congressman David Schweikert will be the speaker at the 11:50 am, Mon, April 4 Arizona Republican Lawyers Assocation luncheon at Polsinelli sinelli (CityScape – One East Washington St, 11th Floor) RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org $20 for members, $35 for non-members. AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham is the speaker for the May 5 meeting and Former Mayor of Mesa and Interim CEO of Valley Metro Scott Smith is slated for June 9.
The Lincoln Republican Women Dinner Meeting is scheduled at 6 pm., Mon, April 4 at The New McCormick/”Millennium” Resort, Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale to hear Dr. Donald T. Critchlo, Director of the ASU Center for Political Thought and Leadership, address “The Future Right: The Forging of a New Republican Majority.” $35 per person. Spouses welcome. Reservations required. Deadline Thurs, March 31, 2016. Cash at the door or send check made out to “LRW” and send to Pat Kaufman, 7436 E. Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250. Contact: 480-368-2777 or 602-214-2114 or email@example.com
Warren Petersen will host a fundraiser CD candidate Andy Biggs at 6 pm., March 30 at 3048 E. Baseline Rd Suite 102, Mesa AZ 85204
Anita Christy (Gilbert/Gila Watch): Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas wants very much to hear from parents. Ms. Douglas has set up a “virtual chat” for Wednesday, March 30 from 11-12 Noon. You can submit questions/concerns any time before then by emailing directly to the AZ Dept. of Ed chat email HearingEveryVoice@azed.gov. Or, to be completely anonymous, an email account has been set up by our Mommy Lobby group, to be fielded by one of our Mommy Lobby members. This email is firstname.lastname@example.org. It would be helpful if you can identify your town/school district and/or legislative district, but it is not required. Questions/concerns can also be sent in via Twitter using #ParentsMustBeHeard. You and she have a mutual priority: The best possible education for your children.
Activist Jim Ehl: “In reviewing the AZ GOP bylaws, by what authority does Robert Graham have to impose a $50 surcharge? Shouldn’t this be something that AzRA should address???”
LD24 PC Carole Joyce: “I don’t know why there are those negative people again, all they can do is attack and complain…this time about the $50 charge. Stay home if they can’t afford the $50 bucks! Well, I do not have an issue with it, we have to pay the costs of the building rental and other expenses and the money has to come from somewhere. Other communities and states charge a fee, we had no choice this time around. I don’t see the county rolling in money or leadership for that matter, just whining about everything.These folks would do a lot better to turn their negative energy into something positive like supporting our party.”
LD14 Republican Kale Kiyabu: There seems to be confusion on what constitutes requirements of the United States/Arizona Constitutions and Political Party requirements.
U.S. Constitution, Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 says each state shall appoint electors, determined by the number of our Senators and Representatives (11 this year). "Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: but no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector."
Clause 3 superseded by the XII Amendment basically states that the electors shall "vote by ballot for President and Vice President..."
There is no mention of political parties or party conventions in the US Constitution. I can't find mention of presidential elections, party conventions or presidential electors in the Arizona Constitution; perhaps it is because the U.S. Constitution directs the state legislature to take up the matter, which it did in statute.
1. that electors shall be elected,
2. that the electors names appear on the general ballot next to the Party's presidential surname, and
3. that the Party's electors names shall be submitted to the Secretary of State's office (by State Party Chairman).
ARS 16-243ars/16/00243 does address how party delegates shall/may vote at the National Convention.
None of these address how those delegates are selected; how many delegates shall represent Arizona at the National Convention; and they do not address how and who pays for party conventions, meetings, dinners... All of that is determined by Party Officials/committees. The selection of the Party's nominee for President/Vice President is a Party function left to party rules and bylaws.
If you want to blame someone for having to pay for state convention activity, blame me. I stopped giving money to the State and National Party committees. I give directly to candidates of my choice. – Kale Kiyabu, Cochise County
LD26 PC And Former Marine Matt Papke has announced that a group of “Patriotic PCs” are seriously considering taking legal action against Robert Graham and the Arizona Republican Party over the $50 fee imposed on delegates for the first time in the 78 year history of the AZGOP. See 3-24-16 Briefs Maricopa County PCs passed a resolution censuring Graham during the January 2015 Maricopa County meeting. Papke can be reached at 480-242-2208 or email@example.com.
Between Now And April 9 those delegates who will be voting at the April 30 AZGOP State Convention will be elected at Arizona County and Legislative meetings. Only PCs elected or appointed by Dec 31, 2015 are qualified to vote on the State Convention delegates. Any registered Republican can be a candidate for State Delegate.
Fallout-From-Voting-Disaster A law overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2013
Sen John McCain will speak at a luncheon hosted by the Sierra Vista Chamber of Commerce, at 12:45 pm, Wed, March 30 at the Windemere Hotel and Conference Center, 2047 South Highway 92 in.
Sen. John McCain will conduct at Town Hall meeting with Universal Avionics Systems Corporation Employees at 8:30 am., Thur., March 31 at 3260 East Universal Way, Tucson, AZ 85756
Sen John McCain will hold a Town Hall with Honeywell Employees at 10:30 am, Fri, April 1 at 111 South 34th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85034
US Sen Candidate Clair Van Steenwyk is asking for volunteers to help get petitions signatures for him to get on the ballot. Contact: Ron Gosselin 602-740-4165 or firstname.lastname@example.org
How-To-Become-A-Delegate-To-The-2016-State-Or-National-Conventions Perhaps this will help those of you who are feeling frustration at not know what/how to become a state or national delegate.
US Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward: “As we meet folks all over Arizona, we get plenty of questions about how we’ll undo 30 years of Establishment control and bring bold, fresh, fearless leadership to the Senate. I want to make sure to answer as many as I can! That's why I want to know your burning questions -- send them to questions_for_kelli I’ll be answering them in a video on Facebook in the coming weeks, so keep an eye out.”
Volunteers Needed: The Arizona Donald Trump Team is looking for volunteers to work phone banks and distribute campaign material. Anyone interested in volunteering should contact Thayer Verschoor at email@example.com or 602 703 0266.
Seeking Volunteers: Anyone interesting in volunteering for US Senator candidate Dr. Kelli Ward should contact her assistant Carolyn Leff at 928-230-0633 firstname.lastname@example.org www.Facebook.com/KelliWardForArizona
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The Colorado River Tea Party meets at 6 pm., weekly at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma. The line-up of scheduled speakers includes:
April 7 – US Senate candidate Alex Meluskey.
April 21 – AZ Corporation Commission candidate Al Melvin.
May 5 – LD4 candidate Richard Hopkins.
May 19 – Former AZ Senate President Russell Pearce.
June 2 – BBQ fundraiser sponsored by Congressman Paul Gosar.
US Congressmen Sponsor Art Competition each spring, recognizing young artists within their home congressional districts. Entry deadline is April 8, 2016. Winners art work is displayed for one year in the US Capitol complex in Washington, DC. For entry information go HERE.
The Arizona Republican Party State Convention is April 30. Tickets here. $50 admission fee. For information on how to get elected as a delegate to represent Republicans from your county or legislative district to go to www.azgop.org . If you wish to run you should read instructions here and be sure to attend the Republican election meeting in your area. The delegates at the Arizona Republican Party State Convention will elect delegates to represent Arizona Republican voters at the Republican National Convention.
State-Grand-Jury-Review-Sought-In-AZ-AG-Snell-And-Wilmer-Investigation A Peremptory Writ of Mandamus has been filed with the Arizona Supreme Court asking that the Arizona Attorney General’s Office present the results of investigations into the actions of attorneys with the Snell and Wilmer law firm as well as several officials from the City of Victorville, California to a State Grand Jury. ag-can-do-it-sundays-comi
ATTN Candidates: Plans are underway for the Sun City West Republican Club Spring “Candidates Forum” that will feature national, state, and LD22 candidates running in 2016. Candidates are asked to contact Forum Chairman Jan Martinson at email@example.com or 623-546-3753 for a spot on the agenda. Put “Candidates Forum” on the subject line. The event will be video-taped so you can use it for promotion. No charge for candidate participation. It’s an opportunity for candidates to speak to at least 200 people at one time. For details call Martinson at 623-546-3753.
ATTN Republicans: Go to the Arizona Secretary of State Website www.azsos.gov/equal to sign candidate petitions for the 2016 ballots and contribute $5 to clean elections candidates. Candidates can get one-half of their signatures and $5 contributions via the website. This saves candidates a lot of time and shoe leather.
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Donald Trump For President Yard Signs are now available for pick up between 10 am-7pm at 605 E. McKellips Rd, Mesa AZ 85203. Volunteers are needed to put together yard signs, phone banking, and other duties, according to coordinator Thayer Verschoor. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ted Cruz For Prexy Yard Signs. Linda Brickman, leadership team for Cruz for President 2016, says, “I have some rally signs at my home. I am checking into getting more as well as ordering yard signs. Will keep you posted. Send folks to me if they ask. Give out my phone number as well 602-330-9422.”
Sign Legislative Candidate Petitions at apps/election/eps/petition/VoterPetnAuth.aspx
The Sun City West Republican Club, will not have a regular meeting in May, as they will be having a May 14th Candidates Forum between 2-5 pm in the Webb Room of the Foundation Bldgs, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd. No admission charge. Refreshments will be served. Reservations not required. All Republicans are invited to come and hear the candidates running for office, from the District, County, State and National Offices. Room capacity 200 people. Candidates are asked to reserve a space on the agenda. Contact: Jan Martinson 623-546-3753 or email@example.com, subject line - Candidates Forum, so she doesn’t miss your message.
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:
Here Are You State Delegates Election Mtgs By Dates
· Maricopa LD 25 - March 30 - 6 PM - Mesa Utilities Building; 640 N. Mesa Dr. Mesa, AZ 85201. Ian Murray, Chairman
· Apache - March 30 - 6 PM - Apache County Board of Supervisors Room; 75 W Cleveland St, St Johns, AZ 85936. Delos Bond, Chairman
· Navajo - March 30 - 7 PM - Silver Creek Senior Center in Snowflake, 1658 S Main St, Snowflake, AZ 85937. Annette Hardman, 2nd Vice Chair
· Maricopa LD 12 - March 31 - 7 PM - Cafeteria of Cooley Middle School; 1100 S. Recker Rd. Gilbert, AZ 85296. Mickie Niland, Chairwoman
· Maricopa LD 16 - March 31 - 7 PM - Liberty Arts Academy; 3015 S. Power Rd, Mesa, AZ 85212. Denis Brimhall, Chairman
· Maricopa LD 23 - March 31 – 6 PM - FHUSD Learning Center; 16000 East Palisades Blvd. Fountain Hills, AZ 85268. Jim O'Connor, Chairman
· Maricopa LD 24 - March 31 - 6:30 PM - AZGOP HQ; 3501 N. 24th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016. Timothy Lee, Chairman
· Graham - March 31 - 6 PM - El Charro Restaurant; 601 W Main St, Safford, AZ 85546. J. Duane Rhodes, Chairman
· La Paz - April 1 - 7 PM - Taco Mio Restaurant, 130 East Main Street, Quartzsite, AZ 85346. Russell Sias, Chairman
· Gila - April 2 - 10 AM - Tiny's Family Restaurant; 600 Highway 260, Payson, AZ 85541. Gary Morris, Chairman
· Cochise - April 2 - 10 AM - American Legion Hall; 225 E. Allen St. Tombstone, AZ 85638. Casey Jones, Chairman
· Maricopa LD 4 - April 2 - 9 AM - Starpointe Residence Club of Estrella, 17665 W. Elliot Rd. Goodyear, AZ 85338. LD 4 Chairman, Dick Newcomer
· Maricopa LD 30 - April 2 - 1 PM - First United Methodist Church; 7102 N. 58th Dr. Glendale, AZ 85301. Bud Zomok, Chairman
· Pima LD 2 - April 2 - 10 AM - Quail Creek Madera Clubhouse; 2045 E Quail Crossing Blvd, Green Valley, AZ 85614. Sergio Arellano, Chairman
· Pima LD 9 - April 2 - 8:30 AM - La Paloma Urgent Care Center; 4001 E Sunrise Drive, Tucson , Arizona 85718. Bradley Johns, Chairman
· Pima LD 14 - April 2 - 9:30 AM - 16461 S Houghton Rd, Corona de Tucson, Az 85641. William Sobeck, Chairman
· Coconino - April 2 - 9 AM - DoubleTree Hotel; 1175 W. Rt 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001. Joan Harris, Chairwoman
· Pima LD 10 - April 4 - 5:30 PM - Wilmot Public Library; 530 North Wilmot Road, Tucson, AZ 85711. Parralee Schneider, Chairwoman
· Maricopa LD 18 - April 5 - 6 PM - Quality Inn; 5121 E La Puente Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85044. Mary Fritsche, Chairwoman
· Maricopa LD 26 - April 5 - 6:30 PM - Mesa Utilities Building; 640 N. Mesa Dr. Mesa, AZ 85201. Raymond Jones, Chairman
· Maricopa LD 27 - April 5 - 6 PM - Bethesda Baptist; 906 E. Jones st. Phoenix, AZ 85042. Ron Harders, Chairman
· Maricopa LD 28 - April 6 - 7 PM - Madison School District Headquaters; 5601 N 16th St, Phoenix, AZ 85016. Tom Haney, Chairman
· Yavapai - April 9 - 8 AM - Centennial Center at Antelope Hills; 1989 Clubhouse Dr. Prescott, AZ 86301. Mark Sensmeier, Chairman
· Mohave - April 9 - 1 PM - Vista Del Sol RV Resort, 3249 Felipe Dr, Bullhead City, AZ 86442. Michael Ward, Chairman
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The Arizona Federation of Republican Women’s “2016 AzFRW Day at the Legislature” is scheduled between 10 am-2:30 pm., Wed, March 30 at the capitol. Participants are asked to wear something red. Meet your legislators and watch them in action. $20 registration includes lunch from Duck and Decanter. To register : Miryam Gutier-Elm Miryam.firstname.lastname@example.org 602-717-3871 or AzFRW Treasurer Susan Marell 602-370-3435.
LD24 PCs David and Vicki Alger are hosting a “Meet US Senate Candidate Kelli Ward, in Old Town Scottsdale at 6:30 pm., March 30. Attendees will enjoy a relaxing meal while Ward discusses her plan to reform Washington DC and return out government to its people,” according to Alger. RSVP: ForDrKelliWard@AlgerFamily.us. Or call
Grassroots Tea Party Activists will meet with Secretary of State Michele Reagan at 6 pm., Wed., March 30 at Denny’s Restaurant, 2717 W Bell Rd, Phx. Contact: email@example.com
US Senate Candidate Dr Kelli Ward will address the LD24 “Special Delegate Selection Election to AZGOP Convention” meeting at 6:30 pm., Thurs., March 31 at AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N 24th St., in Phx. Ward, who was elected to the State Senate in 2012 and was unopposed in the 2014 election, is challenging 33 year Senator John McCain. Her key campaign issues are open borders, an escalating federal budget; 90 million Americans out of work; lost insurance and skyrocketing costs under Obamacare.
US Sen Jeff Flake Will Speak To The SaddleBrooke Republican Club at 4 pm., Thur., March 31 in the Ballroom at the HOA# 2 Mountain View Clubhouse, 38735 S. Mountain View Blvd. SaddleBrooke. AZ 85739. Doors open at 3.30pm. Bring your Republican friends and neighbors. Contact: President Neil Macdonald firstname.lastname@example.org
The Arizona Game and Fish Department’s 8th annual “Youth Day at the Outdoor Expo” is scheduled Fri., April 1 between 8:30 am-2:30 pm at the Ben Avery Shooting Facility in north Phoenix. Free admission/parking. Designed specifically for school-aged groups and students. Online registration at http://www.azgfd.gov/youthday
The Cobre Valley Republican Club has scheduled a Pie And Coffee Meet And Greet for Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu – a CD1 candidate - between 6-8pm, Sat., April 2 at the Pinal Mountain Elks Hall,1910 E Maple St. Globe Ariz. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions. Legislators T J Shope and Frank Pratt and legislative candidate Reymundo Torres will be in attendance.
US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward will appear at the “Back the Badge Rally” between 10:30 am-11 am., Sat., April 2 at the Chandler Police Headquarter, 250 E Chicago St., Chandler. Contact: Carolyn Leff email@example.com 1-928-230-0633
The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am., Sat., April 2 in the Quail Room at the SCW Foundations Bldg., 14465 R H Johnson Blvd, Sun City West. Doors open at 8 am with coffee/donuts. $2 donation to cover expenses. Maricopa County Treasurer’s candidate Royce Flora will speaker regarding this campaign to replace his boss Charles “Hos” Hoskins – who is retiring. Flora is currently the Chef Deputy for Treasurer Hoskins. Contact: Jean Goncalves 623-214-8010
The Gila County Republican Committee’s Lincoln Day Luncheon Fundraiser featuring Gov Doug Ducey and Congressman Paul Gosar is scheduled at 11:30 am., Mon., April 4 at the Maztzal Casino in Payson. $60 per person includes a prime rib luncheon, door prizes, silent auction and raffles. RSVP to Shirley Dye 928-951-6774 or Gary Morris 928-478-8186. Checks should be made out to the “Gila County Republican Committee” and mailed to Shirley Dye, 1107 S Deer Born Dr., Payson, AZ 85541. Reservations deadline: Tues March 29.
Coconino County Republican Committee Chairman Joan Harris: The Coconino County meeting to elect our delegates to the State Convention will be held at 9 am, Mon., April 4, at the DoubleTree Hotel, 1175 W. Rt. 66, Flagstaff. National delegates will be elected at the State Convention. If you are interested in becoming a Coconino County delegate to the Arizona State Convention, please contact me at telephone 928-226-0502 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lincoln Republican Women will meet at 6 pm., Mon., April 4 at Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ . 5:30 – meet and greet. 6:20 pm – dinner. Dr Donald T Critchlow, Director of the ASU Center for Political Thought and Leadership will address “The Future Right: The Forging of a New Republican Majority” at 7 pm. $35 per person. Reservations required by Thurs., March 31. RSVP: Pat Kaufmann 602-214-2114 or email@example.com
Gov Doug Ducey will be the speaker for the Gila County Republican Committee’s Lincoln Day Luncheon at 11:30 am., Mon., April 4 at the Mazatzal Casino in Payson. Congressman Paul Gosar will also attend. For ticket information call 928-478-8186. Contact Chr Gary Morris 602-803-7366.
Congressman Paul Gosar’s Staff will hold officer hours between 10 am and noon, Mon, April 4 at 155 N. Tegner, Suite A, Wickenburg, AZ 85390. Raise any concern you have about federal and state topics. Receive help from agents from the Social Security Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs, Small Business Administration, the Internal Revenue Service and more. Contact: 928-445-1683.
Sheriff Richard Mack will speak to the 6:30 pm., April 5 meeting of the Surprise Tea Party Patriots in the Grand Canyon room of the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 W R H Johnson Blvd., Sun City West, AZ 85375. Contact: John Madeira firstname.lastname@example.org
Congressman Paul Gosar’s staff will hold office hours from 11 am-1 pm., Tues., April 5 at 220 N 4th St., in Kingman, AZ. Contact: 928-445-1683.
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Sen Sylvia Tenney Allen: I believe our greatest challenge living in this electronic age is to have the right to privacy in our speech, thoughts, beliefs and lives. One trend in our schools brought by the progressives is the use of our children for data that can be used in marketing, curriculum, test development and social engineering. Rep Mark Finchem is sponsoring HB 2088 (schools; assessments, surveys; informed consent) that asserts the God-given rights of parents. This is an important bill to reaffirm parents’ rights in protecting the privacy of their children against surveys that ask personal questions about themselves and their families with no control over how that information will be used. Parents should know and give permission for these types of surveys.
I have been working with Finchem, staff and the Governor’s office to amend the bill to address concerns so that it will have the votes necessary to pass in the Senate. We need calls and emails to the Senate to encourage everyone to support this critical bill. I don’t know how anyone could think that a parent should not be required to consent before any of the following are asked of your child:
1. Critical appraisals of a close relationship.
2. Gun or ammunition ownership.
3. Illegal, antisocial or self-incriminating behavior.
4. Income or other financial information.
5. Relationships with a lawyer, physician or member of the clergy.
6. Medical history or medical information.
7. Mental health history or mental health information.
8. Political affiliations, opinions or beliefs.
9. Pupil biometric information.
10. The quality of home interpersonal relationships.
11. Religious practices, affiliations or beliefs.
13. Sexual behavior or attitudes.
14. Voting history.
This is the first of many bills that are needed to protect our children and I appreciate Finchem’s leadership. Also thanks to the grassroots parents Bill Sandry, Tracy Langston, and others for their hours of help and support with this legislation. Contact: Allen - President Pro Tempore 602-926-5409
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CD candidate Carlyle Begay: Last year, I was a Democrat. But I became disheartened when, year after year, Democrats abandoned the people of Arizona. I am a Navajo, a Republican, a leader for my people – and I am running for Congress in Arizona's First District. I joined the Republican Party when I saw that conservatives were continually here for people – here for me, here for Arizona, and here for America. I recognized that conservatives stand for family values, self-reliance, and economic opportunity – all ideals shared by my people and by myself. My roots and heritage remind me never to forget my sense of belonging and where I come from. They're what called me to serve – and are why I am running for the U.S. House of Representatives today. I am fed up with Washington, and I know you are too.It is time for fresh conservative thinking in Washington where family and community is at the heart of our policies. We need a leader in Congress who understands – who has a different background and a unique point of view. I'm running to stand up for the core principles of limited government, personal responsibility, and economic opportunity for all. I'm running because I know our national security relies on secure borders. I'm running because I know our military must remain strong. I will uphold these tenants of conservatism, and I will lead. But I am asking for your help. I plan to be the first Navajo Congressman – who won't forget where he came from, what America stands for, or how to lead. to succeed I need...
CD1 candidate Paul Babeu: ...From this President and this Congress. They feel like a headache that simply won’t go away. Is there a better word for what Washington is doing these days but “overindulge”? President Obama and his allies are on a spending binge that never seems to stop, and won’t until we either do something about it or bankrupt the next generation. Of course, no binge happens without enablers… in this case, it’s masquerading liberals like Ann Kirkpatrick who talk tough on the border but sell out Arizonans at every step… because they put special interests and vote bundling above the rule of law and safe communities. All of it has to stop. As a country, we’re like a college kid waking up to a test on a Monday morning and finding that reality is a lot tougher when you simply have to face it. It’s high time we impose a little reality on Washington. It’s a place that sorely needs it. Well, imposing reality is what I do every day for law breakers who would do us harm. I’m running hard and we’re winning this race. But we have to keep our momentum. With you help, we’ll stay in front on the liberals chasing us, and the establishment types who think the status quo is good enough. I know one thing for sure: the status quo for our country, and for our border security, is not enough.
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