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Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Clint Hickman was bursting with pride at the recent opening of a new digital recording kiosk at the Wickenburg Public Library and Learning Center, 164 E. Apache St in Wickenburg. Mayor John Cook and residents are equally pleased to have the new library open, as well. The kiosk is a time saver for residents who need County services. See Wickenburg Kiosk Officials recently unveiled the new kiosk, which allows for the convenient recording of documents without traveling to the Recorder’s Office in Phoenix or Mesa. The Digital Recording Kiosk includes a touch screen computer with the ability to scan and print documents, accept credit card payments, and interact with a member of the Maricopa County Recorder’s staff through a secure webcam. In addition to recording documents, the Kiosk offers the opportunity for Maricopa County Residents to file documents with the Maricopa County Environmental Service Department and the Air Quality Department and Planning and Development. Documents able to be filed through the Recording Kiosks include subcontractor registrations, dust permit cancellations and special event applications. “This is a geographically isolated part of the County, and this partnership goes a long way in creating a community hub that Wickenburg can be proud of,” said Hickman. “We can offer vital county services to a population up here, so that they don’t have to drive all the way back to Phoenix to get it.”
Wickenburg resident Bob Fowler, who learned to use the kiosk on opening day, said, “Oh, easy. I’m parked right there, otherwise I’d go to Surprise or downtown, but this is easy.” When you use the kiosk, you just touch the screen to start a live interactive session with an operator in downtown Phoenix area,” said Lee Ann Wade, Administrative Manager at the Recorder’s Office. “It’s really just an extension of our front counter except you aren’t at a front counter; you are in your home community.”
Job search assistance, are available at this library through resources from the Maricopa County Library District and Arizona at Work: Maricopa County.
“Our goal as an organization is to serve the unserved and underserved,” said Cindy Kolaczynski, Director of the Maricopa County Library District. “This community fits that bill specifically, and it’s great that we’re able to help them along the way in getting what they need.” See list of Maricopa County’s digital recording kiosk locations at /recorder/kiosk.
Maricopa County Republican Chairman Tyler Bowyer has announced the need for 70 paid hand-count volunteers for the August 30th Primary. Interested precinct committeemen should e-mail their full name, e-mail address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org by Aug 15. Volunteers will be needed at the MCTEC Facilities, 510 S 3rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003 on:
Maricopa County Republican Chairman Tyler Bowyer is also asking for poll watchers: “In order to be an official poll watcher, (a person that hangs out at the polls all day and observes the ongoing procedures,) you MUST have an inked signature copy of the approval form from me. The page is a salmon color and requires a signed copy from me. This year they are not allowing photocopies, etc. Those will be available after the 15th and will be at the County office or if someone picks one up from me directly. You will need to request and pick up as many as you need for each of your districts/for PCs or candidates that request to have someone present to observe before Aug 29th. We will not be driving around on the day of election to provide these forms.” Contact Bowyer at email@example.com
A Donald Trump For President Phone Bank will be conducted between 4-8 pm., Tues., Aug 9 at the AZGOP West Valley Office, 10050 W Bell Rd, Suite 50 in Sun City, according to office manager Peter Lee. Volunteers welcome. Your help is appreciated. Contact: Peter Lee firstname.lastname@example.org
Lydia’s La Canasta Restaurant In Wickenburg is hosting the third of four “Believers For Trump” events at 2023 W Wickenburg Way (SW corner of Hwy 60/Vulture Peak Way) at 7 pm., Thurs., Aug 11 to hear Arizona National Committeewoman elect Lori Klein-Corbin of Prescott. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is lined up for the Aug 25 meeting. Attendance is free; no obligation to purchase a meal. However, the kitchen will be open for the convenience of those who wish to dine before the events start. Those intending to dine should notify the restaurant in advance by calling Lydia Abril or Renee Sparks at 480-589-0511. Diners should arrive by 6 pm to ensure they have completed their meals before 7pm. A Republican voter registration table will be available at each event for the convenience of those who would like to register to vote in the upcoming Presidential election. Abril said she is hoping to attract Hispanics from Aguila, Congress, Morristown, Wittman, and Yavapai County who support Trump, but have not yet registered to vote.
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The Parents Of Two Of The Americans killed in the Benghazi terrorist attacks sued Hillary Clinton in federal court Monday, saying the former secretary of state is liable for their deaths. The lawsuit, filed by Patricia Smith and Charles Woods, blames the attacks in part on the current Democratic presidential nominee’s use of a private email server when she was secretary of state. Continue Reading.....
Obama’s-Muslim-Friends-Wont-Be Happy With His Daughter While Obama and his liberal media are more than happy to slut-shame Melania Trump for nude photos, it’s a different story when it’s Obama’s mother’s nude photos being circulated. But when his own daughter, Malia, goes to a concert and lifts her skirt to display her ass to the cameras the most powerful man in the world is reduced to tears over slut shaming. Barack and Michelle’s anger at having their daughter’s licentious behavior being turned back on them may end in bloodshed if Obama exercises Sharia in the White House and commits an Honor Killing to save face. Malia Obama shows off her booty to the world, Obama cries over ‘slut-shaming’ The joke may be on Obama, but Sharia is no joke as Islamists have mutilated and murdered women for centuries as lowly whores. Women under Muhammad’s Sharia Law have all the rights of second class citizens, which is a step above infidels who are third class citizens… .
US Sen John McCain and his wife Cindy visited Star Charter School yesterday in the southwest cornere of the Navajo Nation.
The Gila County Republican Committee’s "Reagan Day Dinner" is scheduled at 5:30 pm., Fri., Aug 26 at the Mazatzal Casino, in Payson. Speakers include Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Secretary of State Michele Reagan, and Congressman Paul Gosar. Tickets are $55. Purchase a table of 8 and get front row seating and recognition by the event moderator. Call Chairman Gary Morris for tickets at 602-803-7366. Morris says, “Hey, make it a date night and stay over at the casino and enjoy the cool pines.”
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 Fall Awards Dinner. Date tba. All nominee recommendations must be submitted by Aug 20 to Frank Thorwald at email@example.com 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.
The Palo Verde Republican Women are planning a “Pie It Forward” – a harvest fest to benefit the Palo Verde Outreach Charities families and veterans – at 6:30 pm., Sat., Oct 8 at MacDonald’s Ranch, 26540 N Scottsdale Rd in north Scottsdale. $35 for BBQ dinner, entertainment, pie & prizes, silent auction. No hosts bar. Live auction for a chance to throw a pie in the face of a special guest. Master of Ceremonies – TV personality and chef Jan D’Atri. Also enter your pie for judging by Cathy Bua of Cathy’s Rum Cakes, Carmella Dodge of the Food Network and Lydia D’Atri, cookbook author and restaurateur. For details contact Joan Lang at firstname.lastname@example.org
Important 2016 Election Dates And Deadlines
· Aug 30 – Primary Election
· Sept 29 – Last day to file as a write-in candidate for the General Election.
· Oct 10 – Voter registration deadline for General Election.
· Oct 12 – Early Ballot Voting begins for General Election.
· Nov 8 – General Election Day.
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The Sun Lakes Republican Club will host congressional candidate Andy Biggs at 11 am, Tues, Aug 9 in the Navajo Room at the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 N Sun Lakes Blvd., in Sun Lakes. Contact Chairman Mike Tennant at 480-802-0178.
A Meet & Greet is scheduled for Rep Jill Norgaard at 5 pm., Tues., Aug 9, hosted by Terry and Mark Giebelhaus, Barry Aarons and Debra Himes at the Giebelhaus home, 3026 E Rockledge Road in Phoenix. Light refreshments. RSVP 602-402-6844 or email@example.com
The Arizona Trump/Pence Team will be operating a phone bank from 5-8 pm., Tues., Aug 9 at AZGOP HQ, 3501 N 24th St., in Phoenix and in the AZGOP West Valley Office, 10050 W. Bell Rd, Suite 51, in Sun City. Volunteers RSVP here or trump-tuesday
US Sen John McCain will speak at a luncheon with former Gov Jane Hull at noon, Tues., Aug 9 in the Pinetop Country Club, 6734 Country Club Dr in Pinetop. Contact: Lorna Romero at Lorna@johnmccain.com
LD13 will not meet Tues, Aug 9, according to Chairman Wally Campbell. Meetings will resume in Sept.
Shane Krauser will present Senatorial Candidate Dr. Kelli Ward at the 6:30 pm., Wed., Aug 10 Freedom Fires meeting at Burke Basic School, 131 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210.
Arizona GOP National Committeewomen elect Lori Klein-Corbin will speak at the 7 pm., Aug 11 “Believers For Donald Trump” meeting at Lydia’s La Canasta Restaurant In Wickenburg. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio will be the Aug 25 speaker. For details call 480-589-0511
The Arizona Federation of Republican Women’s Fall meeting is scheduled Sept 23-24, 2016 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Reid Park, 445 S Alvernon Way in Tucson. Download Registration HERE or contact Arrangements Chair Kathy Dolge at 602-510-8986 or Arrangements@azfrw.com Block rates expires Sept 1. Gaslight Theatre is sold out. Waiting line contact Mary Baumbach at 602-206-1189 or firstname.lastname@example.org
LD23 will host candidates at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Aug 11 meeting. US Senate Candidate Clair Van Steenwyk will speak at the in hopes of gaining support from former US Senate candidate Alex Meluskey, who has suspended his campaign.
The Oro Valley Republican Women’s Club luncheon is scheduled Fri., Aug 12 with LD11
Sen Steve Smith, and Reps Mark Finchem and Vince Leach. All three are running unopposed in the Aug 30 primary. The luncheon is scheduled at 11:50 am., at the Oro Valley Country Club, 300 W Greenock Dr., Oro Valley. Meet & Greet at 11:30 am. $22 per person. For reservations RSVP no later than 1:30 pm., Tues., Aug 9 to Nancy Newman at email@example.com or 520-297-3401 A reservation made is a reservation paid if not canceled. The Sept 9 program will be a presentation on “Marijuana Threats to Society” by MatForce of Prescott and a mother whose son died from marijuana.
NW Maricopa County Chapter AZRA will meet at 9:15 am, Sat., Aug 13 at the Maricopa County NW Service Facility, 12975 W Bell Road in Surprise. Speakers include Phil Mason, Sr who will update the group on election news and outreach; Rep Phil Lovas will update the group on the Arizona Trump campaign and the Arizona House; and Sen Judy Burges will update the group on the Arizona Senate. The meeting is open to the public; doors open at 8:45 AM. Contact: Sec Patricia Templeton firstname.lastname@example.org
The Colorado River Tea Party “Candidate’s Soap Box Rally” for both Democrat and Republican candidates is scheduled the afternoon of Sat., Aug 13 in the Martin Luther King Career Center, 300 S 13th Ave., Yuma. Each candidate will be given five minutes on the “soap box” to ask for your Aug 30 vote. Contact: Chairman Sally Kizer at email@example.com 928-210-1219.
The Leisure World Republican Club will meet at 7 pm, Aug 15 in the Ballroom, 908 S Power Road, Mesa, AZ. Speakers include CD5 US House candidates Don Stapley and Christine Jones, Maricopa County Recorder candidate Aaron Flannery, Maricopa County Supt of School candidates Steve Watson and Jana Jackson; Justin Olson, Andy Biggs, Itasca Small and Nancy Cottle (representing Kelli Ward.) Gene Klund will give a brief report on the recent RNC. Contact Diane Andersen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480 395-5515.
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Helen Purcell, Maricopa County Recorder Incumbent: Track Record of Results My Accomplishments
· Worked on National and State electronic recording statutes that allow us to record at present 80% (3,000+ daily) of all documents electronically.
· Our team designed and put in place Recording Kiosks in County and City Libraries. We currently have 9 interactive Kisoks located in the outlying areas of the County, the only Recording office to have this technology.
· A back file conversion of our recorded documents going back to June of 1871, redacting all social security numbers, and putting all images on the internet.
· A voter registration system designed in house to serve over 2 million registered voters.
· Serving on the U.S. Election Assistance Commission Board of Advisors since 2004 implementing the Help America Vote Act.
· Helping to bring about early voting in Arizona which has become the most important tool in winning elections.
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Sen Pro Tem Sylvia Tenney Allen: The White Mountains and Rim Country have experienced four major internet and cell service outages over the last 2 years that have affected public safety, health services, merchant services and small businesses, as well as caused widespread inconvenience and frustration. Outages have occurred when cable lines have been cut and the service to down-line customers is interrupted until the cable line can be restored. These various outages result in safety issues as residences of the affected area were unable to use cell phones to call 911 or for other support. Hospitals experienced major stress as they had to continue critical health services. The outages also resulted in loss of business as the area merchants were unable to process debit and credit transactions because of the loss of internet access. It also affects future economic development if we do not have a secure and continuous internet service. Regions from Gila County to Apache County are joining forces to solve this critical safety and economic problem. Recently, I met with Bobby Davis, the Economic Development Specialist for the Town of Payson, and this is his number one concern for future economic growth and safety. Davis explained that they are working with REAL AZ, the economic development group comprised of Navajo and Apache Counties, and also with the various town and city leadership within the region. The goal is to establish a short-term redundancy system and a long-term broadband last mile connection so that if one area goes down, a backup takes its place, and service is not interrupted. I pledge to do all I can to help with this critical issue and to encourage the internet/cell phone companies to work out a solution and find funding for the critical work that will need to be done.
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