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Bruce Ash's Tucson "InsideTrackAz: Hear the entire chat taped June 18, 2016 (hour 2) starting at 25 minutes and running to 34 minutes. Ash objects to attempts to change the national convention rules in order to “unbond” delegates. Hear what is going on behind the scenes.
On-The-Record-With-Bruce-Ash; Its-All-About-The-Rules “…Donald Trump is our presumptive nominee and he got to this position by following all of the rules of the Republican Party. He earned the nomination on the first ballot because he has won 1542 delegates which is 305 more than he needed to secure. Trump tallied more votes in the 56 state and territorial contests during this year’s selection cycle than any Republican candidate in party history and defeated his next closest competitor by almost a 2 to 1 margin. But a small band of sore losers and smarty pants Republicans - who cannot get over the way their favorite candidate got whip sawed by Mr Trump - now wants to unbind delegates to deny him the nomination.”
Bruce-Ash: GOP-Leaders-Are-Undermining-Trump RNC Official Explains Why He Is Chastising Party Leaders
LD13 PC John Powelson: It looks like the war in the GOP is not about to end anytime soon. The Establishment Elites are calling the shots and are proving daily they don't care a whit what the 14 million people that voted for D Trump think. They have their agenda. Hillary is preferable to them because she has played their game for more than 30 years. They are without loyalty to anything but their own agenda and fear that an "outsider", like Trump, might expose the corruption they enjoy and profit from. Here in Arizona we have seen that - although the law says delegates must vote for Trump on the first ballot - the establishment is telling them it is not the case, the rules may be changed. At the state convention the delegate elections were rigged to elect Cruz delegates even though 80% were for Trump. The Rules Committee has been stacked with Romney supporters and they are telling everyone the rules will be changed to rob Trump of the Election. It goes on and on. The lawless Establishment fears no consequences from the majority while they practice the Communist motto "By any means necessary". We are on the verge of allowing these scammers to steal the election which will put the country at the mercy of Hillary and the Establishment Elite, effectively giving Obama a third term. They have declared war on us, we played by the rules and they don't, we win and they change the rules to void the win. There is only one way to beat the Establishment Elite; they must be destroyed. Only Trump can do this at this point. Romney and Cruz have signed on to their power seeking agenda; they cannot be trusted anymore. We must weed them out of every position they hold in our party; don't believe them when they claim to have reformed - they won't.
Congressman Paul Gosar: “I will not give up the fight to keep Lake Havasu open for all users until the Ryde Spot is back open for good”
LD18 Senate Candidate Frank Schmuck team volunteers will conduct neighborhood walks between 7-10 am., Sat., June 25 in Ahwatukee, and parts of Chandler, Mesa and Tempe. Complimentary bagels and cream cheese with coffee, water or Gatorade provided before walk. Register individually or as a group to get the address and your gate code to the community you will be canvassing. Click Here to Register. All participants will receive a Schmuck team T-shirt and bumper stickers.
LD13 House candidate Don Shooter filed an appeal yesterday to a judge’s ruling on Wednesday that LD13 candidate Ray Kouns had enough signatures to remain on the Aug 30 Primary Ballot.
The LD26 Republican Committee is having a fundraising drawing for a Smith & Wesson M&P Sport II, chambered in 5.56 mm. MSRP for this fine rifle is $739. Tickets are $10 each or 3 for $20. The drawing will be held at the July 12 LD26 meeting at the Luster Building in Mesa. Presence not required to win. Tickets are available fromLD26 members, or you can send payments made out to the LD26 Republican Committee, 504 E. Del Rio Dr., Tempe AZ 85282. Must be received by July 11, and must include your address, occupation, and employer. Winner must meet eligibility requirements at Arizona Firearms in Tempe. Contact: Treasurer Joe Neglia at email@example.com .
CANCELLED: The Yavapai County Republicans to Elect Donald Trump for President Committee will conduct a 9 am., Sat., June 25 Walkathon at Tonto Park North in Prescott Valley. Contact Chairman Brenda Dickinson at firstname.lastname@example.org
US Senate Candidate Dr Kelli Ward’s Tempe Meet And Greet will gather at noon, Tues., June 28 at the Crackers and Co Café, 1285 W Elliot Road. Contact: Carolyn Leff email@example.com 1-298-230-0633.
US Senate Candidate Alex Meluskey will be featured at a Meet & Greet between 4-7 pm., Tues., July 12 at the Fireside Grill, 13800 N Saguaro Blvd, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268.
LD 13 Legislative Candidates are welcome to make short presentations to the Wickenburg Republican Club on at 7 pm., Mon, June 27 at the Lifeline Ambulance Training Center, 1155 N Tegner in Wickenburg. Contact Chr Frosty Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Zack Taylor, Chairman - National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers: When I was working the border it was common place to rescue illegal aliens in distress whether heat, cold, hunger, lost, injured or what. One of the most memorable was a female that had been abused sexually by the smugglers and left in the desert east of Nogales in the Patagonia Mountains. Long Story Short: We found her and I made the correct diagnosis, (shock, early stages organ failure, dehydration), that if she did not get to a hospital within an hour she would die and pressured management to medivac her at government expense. The Doctor at the Trauma Center confirmed my diagnosis. (Much to my relief.) Months later I received a Commendation Award from the Commissioner of Immigration for "Saving The Life of An Alien Lost in the Dessert" I still get a chuckle out of that misspelling…. The story below of Lazer-9 did not end so well but it is another story that needs to be told about the U.S. Border Patrol. border-agent-dog-dies-while-rescuing-illegal-aliens
A Free Pancake Breakfast is scheduled between 7:30-10:30 am, July 4 at the Anamax Park Ramada $4 in GreenValley/Sahuarita. Meet AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham, the AZGOP Executive Committee and GOP elected officials. Contact: email@example.com
The Paradise Republican Women are hosting a Meet/Mingle with the Arizona Corporation Commission candidates – Al Melvin, Robert Burns, Andy Tobin, Body Dunn and Andy Tobin – between 5-7pm, Wed., July 13 at the Black & Bleu American Grill, 9343 E Shea Blvd, Scottsdale. Refreshments. Cash Bar: RSVP to Anna Morrison 623-234-3-717 by Sun., July 10.
The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., June 27 at 3375 E Shea Blvd, in Phoenix for a discussion about 14th Amendment's meaning in reference to "Birth On American Soil" with Dr John Eastman, President of California for Population Stabilization Diane Hull, Washington DC lawyer Chip Williams and Janet Levy on Birth Tourism. Contact Chr Ron Ludders 602.677.1496
Central Republican Women of Phoenix will hear from Arizona Federation of Republican Woman (AzFRW) President Loraine Pellegrino and see American hero Col. W. Joseph Ryland perform a flag while dressed in full 17th century regalia on Thurs., July 7. 5:30 pm social, 6:15 pm dinner/mtg at the Hilton Phoenix, 10 E Thomas Road, Phoenix. Cost - $30. RSVP to Jan Webb, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 602-318-1010, no later than Fri, July 1st, whether attending or not attending. All reservations will be dinner reservations; a reservation is considered paid unless canceled by Friday, July 1st.
Supt of Public Instruction Diane M. Douglas will conduct at conference on her “We Are Listening Tour” between 6:30-8:30, Tues., June 28 at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort, Room Tucson F, 3800 W Starr Pass Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85745 and at Pima County Public Library at 6:30 pm., Wed., June 29 at 101 N Stone Ave., Tucson, 85701. She will discuss the initiatives in her “AZ Kids Can’t Wait!” plan and will give those in attendance an opportunity to provide feedback on Arizona’s K-12 education system. She will also ask the public for their thoughts on how Arizona can best implement the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the new federal education law that will replace No Child Left Behind.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday cut the legs out from a bipartisan effort to keep suspected terrorists from buying guns. In doing so, McConnell, a master of the Senate’s arcane rules, provided cover for vulnerable Republicans who wanted to be seen as supporting the effort, but did not want to cross the National Rifle Association. Read the full story here
Protesters Gathering Outside The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement building in Phoenix to voice their dismay at a Supreme Court decision blocking President Barack Obama's plan to shield millions living in the U.S. illegally from deportation. Read More »
Chandler Police Say A Big Sinkhole is snarling traffic in that city. The eastbound lanes on Ocotillo from Arizona Ave to McQueen will be closed until further notice due to the sinkhole. Read full article »
Paul Ryan Says Democratic 'Stunt' Is Not 'A Proud Moment For Democracy' as he reacts to the Democratic sit-in on the floor of the House of Representatives over gun control. Read More »
The Yavapai County Republicans to Elect Donald Trump for President Committee will gather at 7 am., Sat., July 2 to participate in the annual Frontier Days Parade in downtown Prescott. Contact Chairman Brenda Dickinson at email@example.com
The Republican Women of Prescott present an "Opening Statements" fundraiser with Judge Jeanine Pirro at 7:30 pm., (seating at 7 pm) Wed., Aug 3 in the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, 1100 E. Sheldon St., Prescott, AZ 86301. Tickets available at www.ycpac.com Tickets range from $30 - $80. RWOP contacts: Donna Tanzi: firstname.lastname@example.org or Linda Nichols email@example.com
Congressman Paul Gosar’s staff will hold office hours from 1-4 pm., Fri, July 8 at 220 N 4th St., in Kingman, AZ. Call 298-4454-1683 for details.
LD25 Senate Write-In Candidate Itasca Small has30 second radio ads running Mon-Fri on KFNX 1100 this week. She’ll be on Laura Ingram show between 7-9 am, between 10-11 am on Herman Cain; between noon and 2 pm on Joe Walsh, between 5-7 on Michael Savage and from 1-2pm on Steve Kates. Contact Karen Gevaert at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Scottsdale City Council Incumbent Virginia Korte’s yard signs are available by contacting Dana Close at Dana@kortescottsdale.com
Al and Kathleen Winn are hosting a support gathering for Mesa City Council candidate Kathleen Winn between 5:30-7 pm, Tues., June 28 at Alessia’s Ristorane Italino, 5251 E Brown Road #108, in Mesa. RSVP to WinnForMesa@gamail.com or call 602-315-3141.
The US Senate Kelli Ward campaign team will be walking in the 8 am, July 4 parade. Participants will gather at 7am at Royal Palm Park, 8405 North 15th Ave Phx, AZ 85021. Parade starts and ends in the park. Should be over by 9 am. Contact: Carolyn Leff email@example.com 1-928-230-0633.
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CANCELLED: The Yavapai County Republicans to Elect Donald Trump for President Committee will conduct a 9 am., Sat., June 25 Walkathon at Tonto Park North in Prescott Valley.t Contact Chairman Brenda Dickinson at firstname.lastname@example.org
LD18 Senate Candidate Frank Schmuck team volunteers will conduct neighborhood walks between 7-10 am., Sat., June 25 in Ahwatukee, and parts of Chandler, Mesa and Tempe. Complimentary bagels and cream cheese with coffee, water or gatorade provided before walk. Register individually or as a group to get the address and your gate code to the community you will be canvassing. Click Here to Register. All particpants will receive a Schmuck team T-shirt and bumper sticker.
LD27 Chairman Ron Harders will host the ChiTown ExPat radio program at 2pm every Saturday through October on KING FM. Sponsors needed. Interviewees should call 602-243-0111 to schedule an appearance. Contact: Harders email@example.com
The Pima County Republican Committee’s Campaign Workshop is scheduled from 8 am-noon, Sat., June 25 at Plaza Arboleda Conference Center, 2502 N Dodge Blvd., Tucson. $10 continental breakfast. Reservations by 5 pm, June 20. Call 520-321-1492.
LD 13 Legislative Candidates are welcome to address the Wickenburg Republican Club at 7 pm., Mon., June 27 at the Lifeline Ambulance training room, 1155 N. Tegner. Contact Chr Frosty Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Maricopa County Sheriff candidate Marsha Hill will be speaking at the 7 pm., Tonopah Town Hall on June 27.
A Meet & Greet For US Senate Candidate Kelli Ward is scheduled between 5:30-7 pm, Mon., June 27 at the Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill, 2121 E Highland Ave in Phoenix. Contact: Carolyn Leff email@example.com 1-928-230-0633.
The Western Pinal County Chapter of The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., June 27 at 408 N. Sacaton St. Ste. II, Casa Grande, AZ. The building on the southeast corner of W Florence Blvd. and N Sacaton St. to hear a presentation by Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles. Contact: Jason Hayes firstname.lastname@example.org
Congressman Paul Gosar will host a Bullhead City Townhall at 7 pm., Tues, June 28 at the Bullhead City Council Chamber, 1255 Marina Blvd, Bullhead City. Details: call 480-882-2697 or www.Gosar.house.gov
The LD17 Chandler City Council Candidate’s Forum/Dinner is scheduled at 7 pm., Tues., June 28 featuring incumbent Nora Ellen and candidates Seth Graham, Aaron Harris, Sr., Sam Huang, Gregg Pekau, John Repar and Mark Stewart in the Tri-City Baptist Church Seminary Building, (smaller building on south sideof parking lot), 2211 W. Germann Road, Chandler, AZ 85286. Contact: Chr Dr. Shadow Asgari LD17shadow@gmail.com
US Senate Candidate Dr Kelli Ward’s Tempe Meet And Greet will gather at noon, Tues.,, June 28 at the Crackers and Co Café, 1285 W Elliot Road. Contact: Carolyn Leff email@example.com 1-298-230-0633.
Congressman Paul Gosar will conduct a Townhall at 6 pm., Wed., June 29 in the Lake Havaus City Community Center, 100 Park Ave., in Lake Havasu City. Details: call 480-882-2697 or www.Gosar.house.gov
LD25 Senate Write-in Candidate Itasca Small will be appearing at 7:30 pm., June 29 open house at Barbara Blewster’s, 915 W Fairway Road, Mesa. RSVP Barbara 480-833-4937 or Karen Gevaert 480-710-5676.
Newly appointed District #3 Phoenix Councilwoman Debra Stark – replaced Bill Gates – will meet with her constitutes at 7:30 am., Thur., June 30 at the North Mountain Visitor’s Center, 12950 N 7th St., Phoenix, AZ 85022, for her first community meeting in the district. Contact: 602-262-7441.
The Yavapai County Republican Committee is having a Rodeo Dinner at 6:30 pm., Fri, July 1. Social Hour at 5:30 pm in the Centennial Center at Antelope Hills Golf Course, 1989 bert yavgop.org/prescott-events . Trump for President Committee as we are trying to get a table or two going. Contact: Brenda Dickinson, Chairman - Yavapai County Republicans to Elect Donald Trump for President Committee (928) 772-2835 or (928) 925-1549.
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Congressman Paul A. Gosar yesterday demanded the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service immediately withdraw the temporary boating restrictions issued on May 20, 2015, that are currently prohibiting water skiing, tubing, wake boarding and towing of other recreational crafts in a ½ mile backwater area on Lake Havasu: “I applaud Dr. Tuggle and the Service for scrapping the April 12th draft recreational boating compatibility determination (CD). However, there is something critically important that the agency forgot. If the Service was truly interested in working with the community and other stakeholders, it would reopen the Ryde Spot which was unlawfully closed to motorized boating activities in May of 2015. These restrictions were not based on science or merit and are what originally kicked off the whole controversy between the Service and the Lake Havasu community. I will not give up the fight to keep Lake Havasu open for all users until the Ryde Spot is back open for good.” full text HERE. On May 20, 2015, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) issued new motorized boating restrictions that arbitrarily expanded a no-wake zone on Lake Havasu, effectively closing the Ryde Spot and prohibiting tubing, waterskiing and wakeboarding in a 1/2 mile area utilized by recreational enthusiasts for decades. This terrible new mandate was announced and implemented just two days before Memorial Day Weekend – an economically vital tourist weekend for Lake Havasu City. Further, it was done behind closed doors, with no notice and no opportunity for public comment. Gosar has been leading the fight to reopen the Ryde Spot since June of 2015. Gosar has created a comprehensive information page on his website HERE documenting all relevant facts of this issue as well as a timeline of important events.
Congresswoman Martha McSally testified this week before a Congressional subcommittee about her bill, the 21st Century Conservation Service Corps Act, legislation to help improve public lands. The hearing held by the House Natural Resources Committee is a positive step toward advancing the bill in Congress. Under an executive order, federal agencies like the National Park Service are encouraged to partner with national service corps organizations to fill available positions on national service restoration projects. The bill McSally introduced along with Congressman Seth Moulton (D-MA), codifies this program under law and expands it to allow additional federal agencies to use corps volunteers to complete projects. Additionally, the bill streamlines the process in which private donations can be used for park reconstruction activities. “Currently, the National Park Service has an $11.9 billion backlog of deferred maintenance projects,” McSally testified during the hearing. “This backlog across our nation limits Americans’ access to their national parks, and we must do a better job leveraging existing resources to address this issue.” Restoration projects on public lands around the country are significantly backlogged, including $41.5 million in delayed or deferred projects in Arizona. Deferred or delayed maintenance projects at Saguaro National Park amounts to approximately $12.9 million, while Chiricahua National Monument in Cochise County faces roughly $10.3 million in needed restoration projects. “With an increasing backlog of deferred maintenance, now is the perfect time to think creatively and pragmatically to find solutions to this problem,” Rep. McSally continued. “This would be a win for veterans, youth, local communities, and our national parks.” Enlisting corps to do priority work often has proved to be more cost-effective for federal agencies. A recent report showed that public-private partnerships saved the National Park Service more than $50,000 per project on average, with one project achieving savings of over $220,000.
Sen Jeff Flake: Government Waste – AMI Newswire is reporting on Sen. Flake’s criticism of wasteful and unnecessary federal studies funded with taxpayer dollars. full story here. Key Takeaway: “It’s a perennial story: Federally funded research raises eyebrows over its worthiness, even as researchers defend it against critics they see as scientifically illiterate…[Sen.] Flake is proposing legislation to make spending more transparent, and [Sen.] Lankford has introduced a bill to ensure the public knows why grants were funded or rejected.”
· Promoting Strong U.S.-Mexico Trade Partnership: Cronkite News is reporting that Sen. Flake stressed the economic importance of a strong trade partnership between the United States and Mexico in his keynote speech at the Wilson Center’s Building a Competitive U.S.-Mexico Border conference. full story here. Key Takeaway: "Flake highlighted Mexico as an important trading partner for both the U.S. and Arizona. Trade between the two countries topped $500 billion in 2015, according to the U.S. Office of Trade Representative. Arizona did more than $17 billion in business in 2015 with Mexico, making it the state’s largest trade partner. That relationship needs to be maintained, he said. 'How in the world do we expect to grow economically and to compete in the global marketplace if we shut down our borders and build ‘fortress America’ and shun these free trade agreements?' Flake asked."
· Averting Nogales Tunnel Collapse: Sen. Flake led an effort that included Sen. McCain, Rep. Martha McSally, and Rep. Raúl Grijalva to request the State Department's assistance in coordinating efforts to maintain the rapidly deteriorating Grand Tunnel that runs under the Dennis DeConcini Land Port of Entry in Nogales. full letter here. Key Takeaway: “A failure of the Grand Tunnel that causes damage or closure of the DeConcini [Land Port of Entry] would have dire consequences for crucial cross-border trade. We seek your support in raising this issue with your counterparts in Mexico and urge the two countries to work together in addressing the problem."
Sen Jeff Flake: Senior Scam Victim Released: The Boston Globe is reporting that – following pressure from Sen. Flake, Sen. Collins, and other members of the Senate Aging Committee – the State Department has secured the release of a U.S. citizen that has been imprisoned in Spain after falling victim to a scam in which seniors are sent fully-paid plane tickets under false pretenses, only to be used as unwitting drug smugglers for transnational criminal organizations. Read the full story here.
Key Takeaway: “We’ve seen seniors in Arizona and from across the nation targeted in scams before, but to have the situation escalate to point where victims are being imprisoned overseas is especially troubling. It’s important that Congress, law enforcement, and even friends and family take steps to raise awareness so that seniors are less likely to be victimized by this particularly pernicious scheme,” said Flake following a hearing by the Senate Aging Committee.
· Restoring Freedom to Travel to Cuba: The Senate Appropriations Committee approved an amendment offered by Sen. Patrick Leahy that would restore the freedom of U.S. citizens to travel to Cuba. Sen. Flake and Sen. Leahy – with the support of a bipartisan coalition of 50 additional senators – have introduced standalone legislation that would end restrictions in laws enacted in 1996 and 2000 on travel by American citizens and legal residents to Cuba. full story here. Key Takeaway: “With the support of 52 individual senators, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and now the Senate Appropriations Committee, it’s time we had a full and open debate on legislation to restore the freedom of U.S. citizens to travel to Cuba,” said Flake.
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US Senate candidate Alex Meluskey: As you know, my first order of business once I arrive in Washington D.C. will be to fight for my Contract with America's Veterans and Their Families. It is only by passing these meaningful and drastic reforms that we will truly acknowledge the first cost of freedom is taking care of our Veterans. I hope you'll take the opportunity to come and discuss the contract with me at a special meet & greet, hosted by Gary O. Lvov, between 4-7 pm., July 12 at the Fireside Grill, 1800 N Saugaro Blvd in Fountain Hills. Cohosts are National Committee Woman Elect Lori Klein, as well as former AZ Attorney General and Past NRA President Bob Corbin, among other invitees. Join us so we can talk about the issues facing our country and share ideas on how we will fix them together for Arizona and all of America. Don't forget to stay updated on upcoming campaign events.
Incumbent Congresswoman Martha McSally: Recent attacks have reminded us of the threats our communities face when our failed overseas strategies allow hateful groups and twisted ideologies to spread their message within our own borders. We need strong leadership, a fully equipped military, and a comprehensive strategy to defeat our enemies overseas and protect Americans at home. That's why it's so important that President Barack Obama shows the leadership that has too often been lacking and ensures America's armed forces have the resources they need to destroy ISIS and other terrorist groups by approving the latest defense funding bill. The President has actually threatened to veto the Act which has already passed through the U.S. House and Senate — once again playing politics with America's security. In fact, the President's reasons for wanting to veto our critical national defense bill are more than twice as long his flimsy strategy for defeating ISIS, which he delivered late to Congress. This bill has been passed for 54 years in a row and President Obama needs to know that we expect him to do his job and not end this streak — that's why I hope you'll join me in making it clear by signing my "NO Veto: Don't Play Politics with National Security" petition. I'm determined to remain at my post in Congress to reverse the failed policies of the Obama Era after Barack Obama is gone. We have to show President Obama that we mean business when it comes to America's defenses
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