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LD24 Chairman Timothy Lee has announced that the LD24 Executive Committee “is cognizant of safety, security and comfort” of its PCs while attending meetings at the AZGOP headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St. in Phoenix. “Keeping that mind-set, due to some recent events of vandalism and threats to Republican buildings and property, the AZGOP has stepped up security at the Headquarters office building” where LD24 will meet at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Oct 20 with Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery. Lee said, “Montgomery will be scanning the building before our meeting on Thursday evening with trained Service Canine to ensure everybody’s safety. A security detail will also accompany Montgomery during his presentation. Please be aware that check in procedures will be heightened and we may be scrutinized more closely than prior check in procedures. Lee will allow Bill Montgomery to speak at the very beginning of the meeting so as to better facilitate his time and schedule.” 6 pm social hour. Contact: Chairman Lee firstname.lastname@example.org 602-518-5860 (Text/Cell)
LD26 PC Joe Neglia reports: I just got my NRA magazine. Guess who they're NOT endorsing! Hint: He's a U.S. Senator who supported his own party's presidential nominee BEFORE the primary election and then withdrew his support AFTER the primary! More information at the NRA Political Victory Fund https://www.nrapvf.org/grades/arizona/
Sharon Day, Vice Chairman of the Republican National Committee, will be in the Tucson AZGOP Victory Office, 1809 E Broadway between 11 am-1:30pm today.
LD22 PC Karen Thomas has updated her Judges 2016 report. Also see her previous reports: Judges 2012 and Judges 2014. According to LD22 Chairman Eric Morgan, the AZ Courts Commission Performance Review can be see at Judicial-Performance-Reports and LD23 Chairman Jim O’Connor suggests Judicial Performance Review JPR Vote Results .
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the Humanitarian Award winner at last Saturday nights MCRC Awards Dinner, will be featured at the 7 pm., Oct 20 ‘Believers For Trump” at Lydia’s La Canasta Restaurant, 2023 W Wickenburg Way in Wickenburg. 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. Incumbent Arpaio is a member of the Trump Train Team in Arizona and introduces Presidential candidate Donald J Trump when Trump appears in Arizona. Arpaio drew about 100 attendees when he was in Wickenburg a few weeks ago.
A Dedication And Ribbon Cutting Ceremony is scheduled at 9 am., Thurs., Oct 20 at the Willow Beach National Fish Hatchery, 25804 N Willow Beach Road in Willow Beach, AZ in recognition of the newly constructed water in-take system. The new in-take delivers cold water to rainbow trout that school in the hatchery’s shaded raceways. Attendees should wear shoes for walking over uneven, rocky terrain. Slick soles should not be worn.
Maricopa County Supervisor Denny Barney: I told you last week that my wife, Nichole, and I would be hosting a Unity Night event at our home with the Arizona Republican Party. Today, I’m excited to share those details with you! The Arizona Republican Party Chairman, Robert Graham, and I would like to invite you to come meet your federal, state, county and local Republican candidates at our home as you enjoy some light refreshments. We look forward to seeing you on the evening of October 25th from 6-7:30pm, at 3080 E. Palo Verde Street, Gilbert, Arizona 85296.Please be sure to RSVP through Eventbrite because space is limited. We will see you next week!
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s final debate started out as a polite fight over policy that featured a far more cordial tone than their previous engagements. That lasted almost 30 minutes. Trump and Clinton then began interrupting one another and moderator Chris Wallace during exchanges over Russia and immigration, with Trump telling Clinton “you’re the puppet” and Clinton clearly trying to get under the skin of the GOP nominee. full story here
Hillary’s-4-H Visit: One of the Secret Service Agents who was with Hillary that day was so disgusted by her treatment of the middle class families that He Relayed The Information To Author Ronald Kessler for his book. “she turned to a staffer and said, ‘what the f- did we come here for? there’s no money here,’” the agent told Kessler.
Coalter Baker, Arizona Communications Director, Donald J. Trump for President: "This is the second day in a row that Hillary is sending a surrogate to Arizona to provide cover from Millennial voters as they continue to show no enthusiasm for her candidacy. Unfortunately for Chelsea, she's having to continue to defend her mother after reports surfaced recently that Hillary degraded these same young voters for 'living in their parents' basement' and being trapped in a 'job that doesn't pay a lot.' Chelsea continues to pander to Millennials on her mother's behalf to no avail -- we're tired of career Washington politicians who represent the corrupt and failed policies of the past, and we will vote for change in November."
Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus: “Tonight Hillary Clinton gave a textbook display of her dishonesty and evasiveness. Instead of being truthful with the American people, Clinton misrepresented her position on immigration, failed to admit to her foreign policy failures as secretary of state, and dodged how her State Department was awash in conflicts of interest connected to the Clinton Foundation. Americans don’t want a president who will double down on the failures of the last eight years. Donald Trump is committed to a strong national defense and an economy that works for all Americans, and he is the only candidate ready to shake up Washington and give a voice back to the American people.”
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas on U.S. District Court Judge Reed O’Connor’s affirmation of an injunction that prohibits the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice from mandating transgender bathroom policies in Arizona’s districts and schools. “This decision is a victory for local control and for Arizona schools and students. The idea that federal bureaucrats know best when it comes to everything, even management of school bathroom facilities, is ludicrous. Those decisions should be left to the school boards and communities responsible for keeping students safe, not dictated by a one-size-fits-all policy from Washington. Each one of our state’s many districts and schools is perfectly capable of determining how to create and sustain a safe environment for students with input from parents, educators and community members. I am confident that under their supervision all Arizona children are treated with respect and dignity and have access to a school setting that is conducive to learning. There is simply no excuse for this type of federal overreach, and I am pleased that this ruling will put a stop to yet another attempt by the Obama administration to strip away states’ control of their education systems.”
The Western Pinal County Chapter of the Arizona Republican Assembly will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Oct 24 at 400 N Sacaton St #2 in Casa Grande to hear Pinal County Sheriff candidate Mark Lamb.
LD 9 PC Grady Rhodes: “I attended the Legislative District 9 AZ House Clean Elections Debate on October 14. Our only LD9 candidate on the ballot is Ana Henderson and she won the debate hands down. The two Democrats are far left and far-far left. Although the video of the debate is not yet posted (as of this writing), I encourage you to search for the video on-line to see if it is now available then view the debate to see who will be representing LD9 if Ana is not elected. Then I would encourage you to help Ana, participate with one of the Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV) efforts or be a poll watcher. Ana has a sign wave on Friday Oct. 21 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM at Oracle Rd and Wetmore Rd and she continues to walk neighborhoods daily talking to voters. And LD9 GOP is planning its own GOTV effort so stay tuned for the details. Thank you in advance for any help you can give.” - Borrowed from the Pima GOP Weekly Etracks
"After An Evening Of Lots Of Rest and hydration I'm back up and running," said Frank Schmuck this morning as he returned to campaigning for Arizona State Senate in Legislative District 18 representing Ahwatukee, and parts of Chandler, Mesa and Tempe. Schmuck went on to say, "The issues of Education and our Economy are too important to the People of our district and state. We have a viable long term plan to solve this integrated problem without raiding the rainy day fund or jeopardizing the safety of our community and state. Getting our message out door-to-door, at events, via mail, social media and through www.TeamSCHMUCK.com is how we can and will do that so that voters understand the clear choice of who can solve their problems and represent them well."
LD9 Ana Henderson, Supervisor #3 Kim DeMarco, and Pima County School Supt Margaret Burkholder invite Pima County residents to join them in a Trump Sign Wave between 4:30-6:30 pm., Fri., Oct 21 at the Tucson Mall at Wetmore and Oracle. Contact Carol Ann Whigman for additional details.
Newt Gingrich Tells Trump: Make It Easier To Fire Government Workers The former House speaker and Donald Trump adviser makes the case that poor performers in government need to be fired. Quickly.
Tucson Trump Sign Waves are scheduled between 11am-1 pm., Sat., Oct 22 between 3-5 pm., Sat., Oct 29 at Speedway/Tucson Blvd, and between 11 am-1 pm.,Fri., Nov 5 at I-19 and Irvington.
The Ahwatukee Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm, Thurs., Oct 20 to hear former senator/Compact for America Chairman Tom Patterson address “The National Debt” at the Quality Inn, 5121 E LaPuente Ave in Phoenix.
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The Pima County Republican Party Election Night Festivities will be held between 7-11 pm., Nov 8 at the Sheraton Hotel, 5151 E Grant. Refreshments provided.
AZ National Republican Committeeman Bruce Ash on Trump: The Republican National Committee is in “full coordination” with Donald Trump despite many media reports stating the opposite, says Bruce Ash, of Tucson. “Whatever you’ve been reading in Politico, The Hill or the Washington Post it is a bunch of bull ...,” Ash said Monday. He said neither the RNC nor vice presidential candidate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence need to be in a position to apologize for what Trump said in a 2005 conversation while riding in a bus to a soap opera taping. Trump’s vulgar comments about women in it sparked a wave of criticism after it was leaked Friday. Ash went on to say speculation that Pence would drop out of the race was made by people distant from the campaign. “The vice president was never serious about leaving the nomination, that is a bunch of bull, too,” Ash said. On Saturday, Sen. John McCain joined several other prominent Republicans in withdrawing support from Trump. Ash said he still plans to vote for McCain, but worries the senator might lose support for refusing to back the party’s nominee. “I think voters who are Trump supporters would hold their nose and vote for McCain,” he said. “There will be some voters who will punish him, and this is going to be a close election.” McCain reacted too harshly, Ash said. “He should have waited until the fire died down and kept his cool. And he didn’t, he reacted,” Ash said. Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake has also disavowed Trump, but is not facing re-election in this cycle.Ash declined to discuss House Speaker Paul Ryan’s announcement Monday that he would no longer defend Trump. He praised the “more adult” way that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell handled the issue. “He didn’t get rattled when the bull started flying, he kept his cool,” Ash said of McConnell. As for the RNC pulling funding for Trump, as reported by Politico this weekend, Ash said that also was inaccurate. On Monday, the chairman of Arizona’s Republican Party, Robert Graham, said he’ll keep on supporting Trump as well. In a lengthy statement, Graham said there’s no way to defend Trump’s comments, but “let him who is without sin cast the first stone.”
The Wickenburg Republican Club will meet at 7 pm., Mon., Oct 24 in the Lifeline Ambulance Training Room, 1155 N Tegner in Wickenburg to hear a presentation by the school district’s Bond Committee representative Laura Coughanour on the upcoming school bond issues.
The ASU College Republicans meets at 6:30 pm., Thurs., Oct 20 at BAC 324 on the ASU Tempe campus. This week they will meet with LD15 Rep John Allen, Steve Miner from No on Prop 205, and Margaret Golonka, the leader of ASU Students For Life, a Pro-Life organization on campus. campus map
The Yavapai County Republican Committee Victory Office, 112 B E. Union St, Prescott, AZ 86303 is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 10 am - 4pm. Closed closed on Wednesdays. 928-776-4500 email@example.com www.yavgop.org
Gila County Trump Campaign Chairman Lolly Hathhorn wants all sign waving volunteers to meet at the Republican Headquarters at 9 am every Saturday until the election to wave TRUMP signs. For more information call Hathhorn at 928-474-2334. Let’s make America Great Again!
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Oct 28 is the deadline for registered voters to request early voter forms at recorder.maricopa.gov/pdf/PEVL_Request_Form according to Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell.
See Jim O’Connor’s announcement for AZGOP Chairman candidacy from the 9-9-16-briefs
See Frank Thorwald’s announcement for AZGOP Chairman candidacy from the 10/10-15-16-briefs
Former two-term Maricopa County Republican Committee Chairman Rob Haney is taping a series of Never McCain video.. They will be listed here as Haney releases them.
2 Never McCain McCain Not Pro-Life I
3 Never McCain McCain Not Pro-Life II
4 Never-McCain McCain Voting Record
5 Never-McCain Senate and Unity Concerns
See seeingredaz for responses to Haney’s commentary.
Volunteers Needed For Phone Banks: Sign up az.gop/volunteer and the nearest office will contact you with instructions and passwords Make calls from an office or your home. Contact names and locations of the Victory Offices:
· 1234 S. Power Road, Suite 251 Mesa, 85206. Derrik.Rochwalik@azgop.org
· 3501 N. 24th Street, Phoenix 85016. Ben.Lovin@azgop.org
· 3375 E Shea Blvd., Phoenix, AZ, 85028 nmarlowCBL@gmail.com
· 10050 W. Bell Rd., Ste 49, Sun City 85351. Brittany.Baker@azgop.org
· 17 W. Wetmore, Ste 101 Tucson 85705. Chris.Kelly@azgop.org
· 1809 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson 85719. Hannah.Gates@azgop.org
· 9431 E. 22nd St., #141 Tucson 85710. Chris.Kelly@azgop.org
· 2625 S Woodlands Village Blvd,#250 Flagstaff, 86001. Derrik.Rochwalik@azgop.org
· 112-B E. Union St., Prescott 86303. Ben.Lovin@azgop.org
· 2176 McCulloch Blvd. Ste 2 Lake Havasu City 86403. Kevin.Kuk@azgop.org
· 307 S. Beeline Hwy., Payson 85541. Kevin.Kuk@azgop.org
· 1420 S. 1st Ave, Safford 85546. Kevin.Kuk@azgop.org
· 101 S. La Canada Dr. #69, Green Valley 85614. Hannah.Gates@azgop.org
· 453 E. Cottonwood Lane, Casa Grande 85122. Chris.Kelly@azgop.org
· 325 W. Fry Blvd, Sierra Vista 85635. Chris.Kelly@azgop.org
· 491 N. Grand Ave, Nogales 85621. Sergio.Arrellano@azgop.org
· 1900 W. Germann Road #12, Chandler, AZ 85286 Derrik.Rochwalik@azgop.org
Trump Team County Chairmen Contact Information
Apache/Navajo Counties- Gene Hall: (928-205-9787) firstname.lastname@example.org
Gila County – Lolly Hathhorn : ( 928-474-2334) email@example.com
Graham County- John Duane Rhodes: ( 928-651-0563) firstname.lastname@example.org
La Paz County – Jennifer Jones (725-666-9791) email@example.com
Maricopa County – Lori Urban: (480-221-9633) firstname.lastname@example.org
Mohave County- Larry Schiff: (928-530-3637) (928-530-36370 email@example.com
Pima County – Christine Bauserman: (520-235-2234) firstname.lastname@example.org
Pinal County – Debra Shaw Rhodes (520-840-3091) email@example.com
Yavapai County – Brenda Dickinson: (928- 925-1549) firstname.lastname@example.orgYuma County – Jonathan Lines (928-580-0349) email@example.com
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Tempe Republican Women have planned a 7 pm, Fri., Oct 21 Halloween potluck at 1550 E Greentree Drive, Tempe RSVP Here Costume optional. Bring a spooky dish. Contact: President Jessica Merrow - firstname.lastname@example.org 480-306-2545.
LD21 Is Having A Rummage Sale between 7 am-noon Sat., Oct 22 at the West Valley Republican office, 10050 W Bell Rd Sun City. Enjoy delicious BBQ from Republican Kevin Payne's K Star BBQ. Take donations to the office during business hours.
The AZ Republican Assembly (AzRA) Southwest Chapter will meet at 8 am., Sat., Oct 22 at Culvers Restaurant, 1025 N Avondale Blvd Avondale, AZ. 85323. Special $5 menu - including unlimited drinks and tax. They will discuss Precinct Committeeman Day at the Capital, state committee elections, how the Hispanic vote will impact elections in Arizona and hear an update on CD29 candidate John Wilson and an update on Prop 205. Contact President Cirilo “CID” DeLaFuente at email@example.com(623) 312- 7054).
Activist Haydee Dawson firstname.lastname@example.org is participating in Aunt Rita's Foundation's AIDS Walk Arizona & 5K Run on Sun, Oct 23rd in Downtown Phoenix. AIDS Walk Arizona & 5K Run is the Valley of the Sun's largest and only charity walk raising money to help provide prevention education and essential services to those affected by HIV and AIDS. Aunt Rita's Foundation is a volunteer-driven health charity that is dedicated to helping END HIV in Arizona. The funds raised at this year's walk benefit Aunt Rita's Foundations 16 Partner Agencies. Those agencies provide prevention education and essential services to those affected by HIV and AIDS. Click the link to make a donation to Dawon’s fundraising page or register to participate.
Gila County Trump Campaign Chairman Lolly Hathhorn is inviting all interested in TRUMP sign waving to meet at Republican Headquarters at 9am, Sat., Oct 24 to participate in this endeavor. Let’s roll to VICTORY by participating, Hathhorn says.
The Tempe Republican Women have scheduled a 6:30 pm, Oct 24 GMO debate at the Pyle Center - 655 E Southern Ave, Tempe. Contact: President Jessica Merrow - email@example.com 480-306-2545.
The State Board of Education will meet at 9 am., Mon., Oct 24 in the Arizona Department of Education, Room 112, 1535 W. Jefferson, Phoenix 85007 to address making Kindergarten a Full Day Grade” for every child in Arizona. RSVP with your name, organization, and contact information if you plan to attend and express your opinion.
The”Addiction: The Elephant In The Room”, National Red Ribbon Kick-off , is scheduled at 11 am, Mon, Oct 24 at Arizona State Capitol, Senate Lawn, 1700 W. Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85007 with speakers including Gov Doug Ducey, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, Arizona Department of Public Safety Director Colonel Frank Milstead, Maryville Police Commander Sean Connolly, Dr. Troy McJunkin, Arizona Health Services Medical Director Dr. Sara Salek, students, and members of the recovery community. Open to the public. Free Registration at: SubstanceAbuse.AZ.gov
Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Denny Barney and his wife Nichole are hosting a ‘meet & greet,’ cohosted by the Arizona Republican Party, for Republican candidates on Tues., Oct 25. Refreshments to be served. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Worship Night In America, presented by Chris Tomlin is scheduled at 7:30 pm, Tues., Oct 25 at Gilbert Stadium 14, 1144 S Gilbert Road in Gilbert. Tickets - $12. A portion of proceeds benefit Pregnancy Care Center of Gilbert AZ (at Lindsey & Warner) on line tickets
LD17 will meet at 7 pm, Tues., Oct 25 at the at the Victory Office, 1900 W. Germann Rd. #12 Chandler, AZ 85286. A Nominations Committee will be selected for the November officer elections. Then they work on a phone bank. contact LD17 Chairman Dr. Shadow Asgari at LD17shadow@gmail.com
The Last Fountain Hills Republican Club "GOP Social" of 2016 will be Tues, Oct 25 at 6 pm in the Fireside Grill inside the Lexington Hotel, 12800 N Saguaro Blvd, FH 85268. The GOP Socials are scheduled for the 4th Tuesday of each month (January - October) at the Fireside Grill. These are social events. NO speeches, no reservations, no host bar/drinks (with optional food) in a friendly social atmosphere at a local bar/restaurant. Everyone is welcome. Socialize with old friends while making new friends. The Fountain Hills Republican Club's "GOP Socials" are open to all interested persons, membership in the FH Republican Club is not required. Everyone is welcome, including candidates and elected officials. Contact: Secretary, Boe James email@example.com
Young Republicans Are Hosting A Last Chance Meet And Greet between 6-8 pm., Wed., Oct 26 at Macayos Depot Cantina, 300 S Ash Ave, Tempe, Arizona 85281. Candidates including Andy Biggs and Dave Giles, Steve Watson, CAP Water Board Candidates, and other local candidates. Free appetizers and beverages for all attendees. RSVP here https://www.facebook.com/events/1787238084881659/
A reception for LD18 Sen candidate Frank Schmuck will be hosted by Captain Miranda McGuire and Rik Owens 5:30 pm., Mon, Oct 27. Appetizers and Beverages to be served. The event is co-hosted by legislators Debbie Lesko and Jill Norgaard, county attorney Bill Montgomery, Phoenix city councilman DiCiccio, Barry Aarons, Mark and Terry Giebelhaus and Timothy Lawless. LD18 serves Ahwatukee and parts of Chandler, Mesa and Tempe. RSVP by Oct 15 to Teresa Wright at (623) 498-7999 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or https://secure.qgiv.com/for/teasch/event/778242/
Temple Republican Women will be phone banking between 6-8-pm, Thur., Oct 27 at 1234 S Power Rd, Suite 251, Mesa, 85206 Training will be provided on site. RSVP
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