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Condolences To The Family Of Surprise Tea Party Leader Bernie Paluch, who passed away Wednesday. His services will be held in Chicago where his children and family reside.
The Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) has extended the deadline to Aug 20 for submitting award nominations (via the legislative district (LD) chairmen) for the Sept 10 Lincoln Day Awards Dinner. All nominee recommendations must be submitted by Aug 20 to Frank Thorwald at firstname.lastname@example.org Three new awards will be given related to recruitment and activity of new precinct committeemen (PCs). Nominees for the “Most Valuable PC Of The Year,” along with the annual Lifetime Lincoln Bust and Reagan Bust Service awards are also being sought. Each LD chairman is asked to submit one name. PCs can nominate any club for the “Outstanding Club for 2016” award. For more information contact Thorwald.
Roughly 45 enthusiastic “Believers For Trump” filled a dining room in Lydia’s La Canasta Restaurant In Wickenburg last night to hear a report from national delegate Barbara Wyllie on the “behind the scenes” happenings at the recent National Republican Convention in Cleveland. Attired in one of her convention outfits, Wyllie urged attendees to wear garments (shirts, hats, dresses, etc) promoting GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump “everywhere you go.” Wyllie was wearing one of the shirts she wore during the convention that reads:” Trump” followed by three lines reading “Supreme Court, Supreme Court, Supreme Court” as a reminder of how important it is for a Republican to appoint Supreme Court judges for the sake of our grandchildren. She also displayed a bright red dress that was decorated with a sparkly TRUMP across on the front. She and her partner Corky Haynes aka the “Grassroot Grandma’s” had international reporters lined up to interview the pair who dressed in matching outfits every day of the convention.
She said FOX News commentator Frank Luntz was in for a surprise when he spoke at an Arizona GOP breakfast making a statement assuming that long-time Sen. John McCain would be re-elected. Wyllie said a low rumble started across the room and the Arizona delegation broke into boos, leaving Luntz speechless. Other breakfast speakers were Gov Doug Ducey, Congressman Trent Franks and AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham.
As an alternate, she couldn’t be seated on the main floor where the official delegates were; she was seated in the balcony where she could observe everything going on the main floor level. She spoke of the enthusiasm of the Arizona delegation and refuted national media reports of chaos between Trump/Cruz factions during the opening session.
She highly praised the law enforcements officers who came from numerous states to safeguard convention attendees. Delegates traveled by private bus between their living quarters and the convention center, passing through three security gates to get into the center area. She also spoke highly of the hospitality of the Cleveland residents. Although the national media gave a lot of air time to the protestors outside the convention center, Wyllie never saw one.
Her dream come true experience includes a lot of parties, good food, comradery, fun, laughter, campaign buttons, trinkets, lot of media interviews and good memories. She reports an exhausted –but very happy Arizona delegation that voted unanimously on the first vote to make Donald Trump the RNC’s nominee for President – arrived back in Phoenix at 3 am. - ft
The “Life’s A Bitch – Don’t Vote For One” campaign button will probably become a top seller among Donald Trump fans now that the Dems have finalized their nomination of Hillary Clinton as their candidate for President.
It’s’ Been Noted that music for the final night of the Democrat convention is "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves".
Dick Morris, former Senior Political Advisor to President Clinton says Bill Clinton lied in his speech at the Dem Convention. see video
Full-Video: Clinton-Cash-Documentary-Kill-Hillarys-White-House-Chances There are a lot of 990 sites. Try this one to see some of the Clinton donations, http://990finder.foundationcenter.org/
LD20 2nd VC Wes Harris says, “I do not know about you but I have watched absolutely none of the Democrat Convention because I cannot tolerate their 'spin' on Hillary and everything else this sadly totally left leaning organization does. I am sure, also, that the video Bill's Speech will not surprise you but I am equally sure that you know some people that have drunk the Hillary Koolaid and need to see the truth about her. How anyone could believe either she or Bill Clinton...both notorious liars...is beyond me. Please send this out as the more we circulate the truth, the better our chances in November. Of course, in addition, we will all have to work hard to get the vote out for Trump and the other Republicans running. Contact Harris at 602-432-2871 (c) 602-942-9281 (h) 602-942-5327 email@example.com
The Chips N Salsa Radio Show is the only local Phoenix area radio show with a conservative Latino perspective. Hosts Martin Gonzalez, George Ortiz and Alice Lara can be heard/watched at 8 pm., Fridays on KFNX www.1100KFNX.com and Saturdays 4pm www.CentralCityRadio.com Or catch them on Facebook. For sponsorships contact Gonzalez at MartinGonzalezonline@hotmail.com or www.ChipsNSalsaShow.com
AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham hosts a pre-recorded radio program at 7 am., every Sunday morning on 960 AM (The Patriot).
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lincoln Republican Women will meet at 7 pm., Sat., Aug 6 at Hagan’s Home for the Hungry, 8219 E. Jackrabbit Road in Scottsdale. Dinner meeting. Spouses welcome. 6:30 pm – meet and greet. No dinner reservations required. Come out and meet the candidates. Our September meeting will held at the McCormick/Millennium on the second Monday (due to the holiday).
Maricopa County Elections Needs Polling Place Volunteers for the August 30 Presidential Primary Election. They need over 4,000 registered voters to work the 724 precincts in Maricopa County. Volunteers will be pay $125 for Election Day, $10 for the training class, and $5 for the setup meeting. Interested people should contact: Fred Lucero - RISCX at email@example.com
Sen candidate Dr. Kelli Ward will be speaking at the LD20 meeting at 7 pm., Aug 1 at Washington School District offices, 4650 W Sweetwater, in Glendale. Contact: Carolyn Leff firstname.lastname@example.org 928-230-0633 KelliWardArizona@gmail.com
Maricopa County Sheriff’s candidate Marsha Hill spoke to the Veterans-Community Partnership a few days ago. WWII veteran Myron Coleman and his wife Joanne of Sun City also spoke taking them back in time to re-live Pearl Harbor through the eyes of a 7-year-old girl and a 17-year-old boy, who lied about his age to fight for his country.
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Secretary of State Michele Reagan reminds potential voters that they must register by Aug 1 to vote in the Aug 30 primary in Arizona. Early ballots go out Aug 3. She also reminds voters they can check the status of their voter registration, find their polling place and learn about candidates or ballot measures at www.Arizona.Vote and www.Arizona.Voto’
The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Aug 1 at 3375 E Shea Blvd in Phoenix to discuss the recent National Republican Convention. Chairman Ron Ludders and Cecil Sanders will discuss the contrast between the recent Republican and Democrat conventions. Maricopa County Sheriff candidate Dan Saban, who has run for sheriff in the past as a Democrat and now a Republican, will address the group, according to Ludders. All GOP candidates are welcome to address the group. Contact: Ludders at 602-677-1496
LD20 2nd VC and MCRC MAL Wes Harris: I just returned from viewing D'Souza's Hillary's America. If you think you need a motivation to work against the most vile criminals in the history of this country, this film will educate and scare the hell out of you. I recommend that every Republican go and see this...and all Independents, too. Democrats are beyond hope so it will be a waste of time to get them there. Tell everyone you know that this is a must see.
Hillary’s America: The secret history of the Democratic Party has received a tremendous reception in Phoenix, according to Dinesh D'Souza. incredible numbers
Daisy Mountain Tea Party Chairman and PC Vera Anderson is working with the Phoenix Police Dept. to get a Blue Ribbon Campaign going to support local Law Enforcement officers. She needs $300 for buttons. Anyone wishing to contribute to the cause cane reach her at email@example.com and 602-821-4675.
The Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s Board of Trustees has announced its opposition to the legalization of recreational marijuana in Arizona. They are the first medical center to formally announce opposition to recreational marijuana and the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act. “We, the Board of Trustees at Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC), appreciate and deeply value the importance of healthy communities. We advocate for the health of everyone living in the communities we represent,” the YRMC’s Board of Trustees said in a statement. “Improving and maintaining health is challenging and complex…We support a multitude of ongoing health programs designed to help our communities be healthier. We commit our resources to provide services, information and education to help maximize good health for all, from tiny newborns to frail centenarians. In that spirit, we have voted consistently with the position taken by the Board of Directors for the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (AzHHA) as outlined in their press release. The YRMC Board of Trustees also opposes the initiative regarding legalization of marijuana in Arizona for recreational use – the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act.”
“I am so proud of our hospital coming forward to stand with us in support of defeating the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act,” Sheila Polk, Yavapai County Attorney and Vice-Chair said. “And proves that the medical community is coalescing behind the effort to defeat this pernicious initiative. Recreational marijuana only means more hospitalizations, more accidental ingestions, and more harm for our communities. Arizonans deserve healthy and safe neighborhoods and the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act provides just the opposite. I thank the board of the YRMC for their support and dedication to maximizing healthy lifestyles in Arizona.”
Ryan-Pushes-Gang-Eight-Style-Amnesty-CNN-Town-Hall While discussing the new GOP agenda at a CNN town hall yesterday, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) repeated his support for a Gang of Eight type amnesty of offering work permits to illegal aliens currently living in the U.S. “And then those people who need to get right with the law, give them a way to earn their way, through fines, through penalties, learn English, civics, reapply a policy of assimilation, so that they can get a work permit to work,” responded Ryan when asked about illegal immigration. At the same time, he acknowledged that current immigration visa numbers hurt American workers. “I think we should give visas based on what the economy needs, so that we’re make sure people aren’t taking jobs that Americans can take, Americans can fill,” he continued. This confirmation comes after the House, under Ryan’s leadership, passed last year’s omnibus bill that quadrupled the number H-2B visas and funded Pres. Obama’s DACA amnesty program and the president’s increase to the refugee resettlement program. Ryan’s immigration responses at Breitbart.com.
Yesterday the Republican National Committee (RNC) released a new video entitled “The Truth,” which calls attention to how a rigged system has gotten Hillary Clinton off the hook despite her sending classified information over her secret email server and repeatedly lying about it. Americans have had enough of how Clinton has for years played by her own set of rules, and this election is the time to put a stop to it. “For decades, Hillary Clinton has been embroiled in scandals caused by her own lies and unethical behavior, and Americans have had enough of it,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “From Whitewater to Benghazi to her secret email server, Hillary Clinton has proven over the course of decades that she doesn’t have the honesty or integrity to be entrusted with the nation’s highest office. It’s time to break from a Democrat establishment which has protected her for years and elect someone who will bring true change to Washington in Donald Trump.” See the accompanying brief from RNC Research here.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Americans for Prosperity will host a luncheon in Tucson and a dinner in Phoenix on Fri., July 29 to discuss the future of school choice, education reform, and celebrate the birthday of the late economist Milton Friedman with speaker Max Eden, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Contact: Tom Jenney, AZ Director of APF firstname.lastname@example.org
US Sen candidate Kelli Ward will speak at the Patriot Rally/BBQ between 6-10 pm, July 29 the Monastery, 4810 E McKelleps Road, in Mesa. $35 – BBQ dinner. $50 – BBQ dinner, campaign yard sign and Tee-shirt, while supplies last. Guest speakers and dancers. Tickets at http://www.kelliward.com/patriots_rally Contact: Carolyn Leff, email@example.com 1-928-230-0633.
Dr. Kelli Ward, U.S. Senate candidate will be attending the American Legion, the Snowflake American Legion Post 126, the VFW and White Mountain Conservatives, America Rising Event between noon and 5 pm., Sat., July 30 at Pioneer Park, Main St/6th N in Snowflake, AZ in a tribute – with a 21 gun salute - to honor veterans and in recognition of POW/MIA. Contact: Carolyn Leff, firstname.lastname@example.org 1-928-230-0633.
The Sonoita/Elgin Tea Party Ice Cream Social for local folks running for office is scheduled between 3-5 pm., Sun., July 31 at Dave and Marian’s home, 22 Hitchcock Lane in Sonoita.
LD20’s “Meet and Greet” starts at 6:30 pm, Aug 1, followed by a 7 pm meeting at Washington School District Offices, 4650 W Sweetwater, in Glendale. There will be precinct captain training and several candidates will speak, according to Chairman Naomi Kruse, 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
Dick Sperry is hosting a “Meet & Greet” for Senate candidate Alex Meluskey at 2:30 pm., Wed., Aug 3 at the VFW Post 7400, 705 E Aspen St., in Cottonwood. RSVP at www.Meluskey.com/events
The Colorado River Tea Party – Yuma will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., Aug 4 to hear Board of Supervisors Distr. #5 candidate Don Scarff in the Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95 (in last building behind church). Contact Chairman Sally Kizer at firstname.lastname@example.org 928-210-1219.
The Colorado River Tea Party will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., Aug 4 in the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma to hear District 5 Board of Supervisors candidate Don Scarff. Contact: Chairman Sally Kizer email@example.com 928-210-1219.
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Sen Jeff Flake: The Democrats are wrapping up their convention in Philadelphia today -- and trust me when I say they're coming out of it as determined as ever to retain the White House and retake the majority in both houses of Congress. We've seen this before. In 2008 Democrats gained complete control in Washington, and look what that gave us. But if Hillary Clinton is at the helm, the threat posed to our freedoms, our safety and our economic security is much greater. We must fight back! And hitting our monthly fundraising target before our deadline will help us know whether Republicans are on track to win, or poised to lose.And right now, we're still short. my target
· Meeting At GOP Headquarters In Phoenix
· I Saw Dinesh D'Souza's Hillary's America: The Secret History Of The Democratic Party "You Need to see it. Everyone in America needs to see it."
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· Trump-Tells-Reporter-Who-Repeatedly-Interrupted-Him-To-Be-Quiet…"I Know You Want To Save Her."