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Trump Sign Wavers Are Invited to line US 60 on the east edge of Wickenburg – next to the “Hillary for Prison 2016” bill board (across from the Quality Inn) for a “Stand With Trump Rally” between 1-3 pm., Sun., Nov 6. Participants are asked to bring your Trump/Pence signs, American flags, Gadsden Flags, Second Amendment flags. Participants are urged to wear their Trump shirts and other patriotic clothing. See acebook.com/events.
Yesterday morning AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham thanked the United States Supreme Court for overturning a lower court ruling, made Friday, that would have overturned Arizona’s ban on ballot harvesting for Tuesday’s election. Ballot harvesting is a practice used by some political campaigns and other groups to collect ballots from voters by going door-to-door and approaching voters to ask for their ballots. “Ballot harvesting was banned because it threatened the integrity of our elections, and the Supreme Court has determined that Arizona voters are entitled to protections that create honest elections,” said Graham. "These harvesters were associated with political causes and campaigns and left the door wide open for voter fraud. With this decision by the Supreme Court, that door has been closed and the ban is in effect for this election. Nobody has the right to undermine the very foundation of our democracy: honest elections. We have every confidence that our elections officia ls, poll workers, party members, and voters will be fully respectful of our laws designed to ensure the integrity of our elections." The case is AZ SEC. OF STATE’S OFFICE, ET AL. V. FELDMAN, LESLIE, ET AL. us-supreme-court-sides-with-arizona-lawmakers-in-support-of-ban-on-ballot-harvesting-overrules-lower-court
A.J. LaFaro, Immediate Past Chairman, Maricopa County Republican Committee: Hopefully this sends a clear and strong message to the illegal aliens, progressive socialists, Democrats and the liberal media here in Arizona that voter fraud is illegal! arizona-may-enforce-ballot-collection-law-supreme-court-order
Arpaio Still Doing It His Way Lawman defiant amid tough race: Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio stood next to a cardboard cutout of Donald Trump at a Mexican restaurant on the outskirts of Phoenix, praising the Republican presidential candidate and railing against President Barack Obama. The Republican sheriff, a national anti-illegal-immigration icon, is facing his toughest race in a quarter century, trailing Democrat Paul Penzone in some polls. But support for Arpaio was strong at the Believers for Trump meeting as the crowd of about 50 cheered Arpaio's claim that the Democratic administration is targeting him for doing his job… See more Arpaio's way
A Prayer Worship Rally, sponsored by BridgeBuilders International and Center for Arizona Policy, is scheduled between 3-5 pm., today on the Arizona State Capitol Lawn, 1700 W Washington in Phoenix. This event is free to the public. Bring lawn chairs and water. Parking is available on the east and west sides of the Capitol. For a map and parking directions go to http://azvoterguide.com/prayer.
A Poll Watcher Training Session is scheduled at 7 pm., Mon, Nov 7 at the West Valley AZGOP office, 10050 W Bell Road in Sun City, sponsored by the Maricopa County Republican Committee. The session should last about an hour. If you have already been trained and you have your salmon colored form already, it is not mandatory. If you'd like a refresher or have fallen through the cracks in getting set up to help, here's the last chance. Training and authorization will be performed Monday Night. Training is imperative to make sure you, as a poll watch, don't break the law yourself and risk poorly representing your party and your ideals. Don't let this scare you however because the poll watcher job is easy with the right information, according to LD22 Chairman Eric Morgan.
LD28 Team Syms is asking for volunteers on Nov 8 – election day Polls open at 6am and close at 7pm. Volunteers are needed at least 2.5 hours on Election Day - 7:30 to 10am, noon to 1:30 pm. Or 4 - 6:30 pm. To hold up signs and to pass out campaign materials. RSVP to Carolyn Leff email@example.com
Tickets are now available for the Sun Lakes Republican Club Nov 8 Election Night Party featuring big screens, food, drinks and Harry Matthews entertainment. $22 per person. Contact: Chr Michael Tennant at (480) 802-0178.
The Re-Elect Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio Team needs volunteers who can make phone calls or two hours a week from the comfort of their home. Campaigners say Arpaio is under constant attack by the liberal media and now George Soros has thrown in big bucks to unseat the six term sheriff. Volunteers can call Re-elect Sheriff Joe Political director Kasey Shores (480)577-0341 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Northbound McGuireville Rest Area along Interstate 17 will be closed to travelers the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 8, to allow Copper Canyon Fire and Medical Authority to conduct a mass-casualty incident drill, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. The northbound facility, located at milepost 297, will close at 8:30 a.m. for approximately an hour and a half. The southbound rest area will remain open. Drivers headed toward the high country can use the Sunset Point Rest Area at milepost 262 or services in Camp Verde and other communities.
Wikileaks-Guess-Who-Else-Has-A-Private-Email-Server Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel used a private email server to communicate with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair John Podesta, leaked emails reveal.
Trump Surge Among White H.S. Men Grows Into Landslide The latest FoxNews.com poll, reported yesterday, show Trump's lead among white high school educated men is approaching landslide proportions. In the current poll, he leads Hillary among these voters by 41 points (61-20). One week ago, he led by 31 points (59-29) and two weeks ago, his lead was only 16 points (48-32).This huge swing in Trump's vote -- and the equivalent crash in Hillary's vote -- is moving the major industrial states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin and Minnesota in Trump's direction.
By contrast, Hillary has made some gains among high school educated women where she now trails by 21 points (53-32) having been 27 points back (58-31) previously. Since downscale voters usually break at the very end -- and they are breaking now for Trump -- the strength of the trend is only now becoming visible. – Dick Morris, Go to TheHillaryDaily.com
The Colorado River Tea Party will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., Nov 17 at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95, in Yuma. Contact: Sally Kizer, Chairman email@example.com 928-210-1219
The Nominee's For Colorado River Tea Party officers (to date) for 2017 are: Chairman - Sally Kizer, Vice-Chairman - Gilbert Hernandez, Treasurer - Nancy Smith, Secretary - Cora Lee Schingnitz and Sargent-of-Arms - Dick Gale.
CD3 Write in candidate Bill Abatecola is running again Dem incumbent Raul Grijalva this year. You have to write in his name on the ballot form. He is also forming a 2018 election committee. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sen John McCain Will Be Traveling across Arizona on Mon, Nov 7 with Senator Jeff Flake, Governor Doug Ducey, former Senator Jon Kyl and former Congressman John Shadegg.
· 9:15 a.m. at The Gopher Hole at the Weatherford Hotel: 23 N. Leroux St.
· Noon. at John McCain’s Tucson Campaign Office: 4534 E Broadway Boulevard, Tucson.
· 3 pm at The Patio: 1245 W. Desert Hills Drive, Yuma.
· 6:15 pm at the Prescott Courthouse: 120 S. Cortez St, Prescott.
Sen John and Cindy McCain will be casting their votes at 8:30 am., Tues, Nov 8 at Mountain View Christian Church, 2927 E Campbell Ave in Phoenix
Sen John McCain and his wife Cindy will host an election night party at 7 pm, Tues, Nov 8 at the Heard Museum.
Pima County Republican Party Chairman Bill Beard: Politically this year has been a roller coaster ride for us all. It doesn't matter whether you like all the candidates or just one, now is the time for you to leave it all on the table. We have candidates on our local ballot that are very close to winning but need your help to get them across that finish line first. We only need to look back two years ago to know that we would not have Congressman Martha McSally but for 167 votes. Andy Biggs in CD5 in Chandler/Gilbert would not be the Republican candidate but for 27 votes. Whether it's a candidate for School Board or Supervisor I'm asking you today to do whatever you can to get them across the finish line. www.pimagop.org has a list of Victory Office locations where you can make calls, get walk lists, etc... Without your help they will come up short. Find a friend that hasn't voted and get them to the polls on Tuesday. If you can't make calls at the phone banking center contact Hanna Gates at Pima GOP headquarters on Wetmore and she can get you the information to make calls from home. We have literature, signs, etc... to help communicate who and what our candidates are about but it all depends on each of us leaving nothing in reserve. Make victory for all of us possible. CHANGE this place we love by getting the leadership everyone needs here elected on Tuesday. Greek Proverb - A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in. Folks it's time to get planting!!! PS A reminder about those with Early Ballots. It is too late to mail them. If you have one or know someone that does it MUST be taken to a polling location on Tuesday or it will not be counted. It is critical that you let everyone know this. Also come join us election night at the Sheraton. www.pima.org 520-321-1492
Yesterday afternoon Congressman David Schweikert and Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane attended the Politics on the Rocks Tent at the Bentley Scottsdale Polo championships.
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Activist/Volunteer Lori DeLuca Is Offering To Deliver Trump Signs to your home via her “TRUMPmobile” if you can’t get to a local campaign office to pick up a sign. If you need a sign delivered, text the TRUMPmobile at 860.202.7703 and leave your name, full address including zip code. DeLuca says, “I am delivering Trump/Pence yard signs all over to people's homes. (mostly in Tempe, Gilbert, Mesa Scottsdale). I know a lot of people just can't get to one of the offices and I see Hillary signs popping up so I want to get more Trump signs out!”
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The Paradise Republican Women will meet at 11 am., Sat., Nov 12 at Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Dr. in Scottsdale to hear Jamie Fawbush and Joanna M. Sweatt discuss “Working to Make things Better for Our Returning Soldiers.” Sweat is a former US Marine field radio operator. 10:30 am social; noon lunch. $30 for lunch. RSVP VISIT PRWC.ORG
Incumbent CD4 Paul Gosar needs volunteers to help make phone calls. Interested volunteers go to email@example.com to schedule.
Former two-term Maricopa County Republican Committee Chairman Rob Haney is taping a series of Never McCain videos. They will be listed here as released.
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.
Kathy Pearce, Founder, CEO AZ Heroes to Hometowns, is in need of 2,500 - $25 grocery gift cards or monetary donations for a turkey or ham to complete the food boxes for Thanksgiving dinner for families of OEF/OIF Injured/Wounded Troops, Deployed Military Families, Guard, Reserves, and Active Duty Military. Donations of grocery gift cards and checks are needed by Nov 11. See www.azheroestohometowns.org Contact Pearce at 480-330-1632 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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It has been brought to Briefs attention that the AZGOP left GOP candidate CD7 Eve Nunez off of this flyer.
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
Pima County Republican Headquarters needs poll observers for early ballots, poll observers for the polls and poll workers. Observers call headquarters 321-1492 and poll workers can call Elections 724-6830.]
Pima County Republican headquarters needs people for a 8:30 am., Nov 12 hand count audit at Abrams Public Health Building, 3950 S Country Club Rd. Please call Pima GOP HQ 321-1492.
Trump Team County Chairmen Contact Information:
Apache/Navajo Counties- Gene Hall: (928-205-9787) email@example.com
Gila County – Lolly Hathhorn : ( 928-474-2334) firstname.lastname@example.org
Graham County- John Duane Rhodes: ( 928-651-0563) email@example.com
La Paz County – Jennifer Jones (725-666-9791) firstname.lastname@example.org
Maricopa County – Lori Urban: (480-221-9633) email@example.com
Mohave County- Larry Schiff: (928-530-3637) (928-530-36370 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pima County – Christine Bauserman: (520-235-2234) email@example.com
Pinal County – Debra Shaw Rhodes (520-840-3091) firstname.lastname@example.org
Yavapai County – Brenda Dickinson: (928- 925-1549) email@example.com
Yuma County – Jonathan Lines (928-580-0349) firstname.lastname@example.org
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
A Celebration of Life for Carroll Harger is scheduled at 11 am., Sun., Nov 6 at Picture Mountain RV Park, Tonto Basin, AZ.
A Sen incumbent John McCain Rally is scheduled at 6 pm., Mon., Nov 7 at the Yavapai County Courthouse, 120 S Cortez in Prescott. Doors open at 5 pm. Special guest include Gov Doug Ducey, US Sen Jeff Flake and CD Rep Paul Gosar.
The Yavapai County Republican Committee’s Election Night Victory Celebration is scheduled from 6:30-10:30 pm, Tues., Nov 8 at the Prescott Resort/Conference Center. Light Appetizers. No host Bar. Business casual, No RSVP necessary. Donations welcome. Sponsored by the Republican Women of Prescott, Yavapai County GOP, Congressman Paul Gosar, AZ Corp Comm candidate Andy Tobin, LD1 Sen-elect Karen Fann, Yavapai County Constable Ron Williams and Yavapai County Assessor-elect Judd Simmons.
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.
The Martha McSally For Congress Campaign will hold its Election Night Party at 7 pm., Tues., Nov 8 at the Viscount Suite Hotel. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and Congresswoman McSally will address supporters at 7:50 p.m. RSVP, please contact Patrick Ptak at email@example.com or (630) 615-1068).
The Sun Lakes Republican Club Election Night Party begins at 5:30 pm with dinner, followed by dancing and watching the national returns. For tickets go to SLRC Dinner Dance
The West Valley GOP Victory Party will start at 5 pm., Tues., Nov 8 at 99th Ave and Bell Road. Cost $5. (Pizza will be purchased from Pizza Hut) Bring your own beverage.
The AZGOP Election Night Celebration is scheduled Tues., Nov 8 at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix, 122 N 2nd Street in Phoenix. Doors open at 6 pm. Cash bar. Get Free Tickets Here
The Amercia’s Mighty Warriors PGA Fore Charity is scheduled Nov 9-13, according to founder Debbie Lee. See Click Here for details on the PGA FORE Charity event. Tickets: $30 each at 623-537-5322 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Arizona Game and Fish Commission Appointment Recommendation Board, consisting of Susan E. Chilton (chair), W. Hays Gilstrap, Charles I. Kelly, W.J. “Jim” Lane, and Phillip D. Townsend will meet at 9 am., Wed., Nov 9 to interview six candidates for the upcoming (2017) vacancy on the Arizona Game and Fish Commission. The meeting will be held at the Arizona Game and Fish Department headquarters, 5000 W. Carefree Highway in Phoenix and is open to the public. The six applicants - Kurt R. Davis, Jonathan D. Hanna, Michael B. Ivor, George J. Rivosecchi, Richard Searle, and James H. Unmacht - were selected from a list of 31 applicants considered at the board’s Oct 25 public meeting. The board will select between two and five candidates from the above list to forward to Governor Ducey for his consideration for the appointment. View the public notice (www.azgfd.gov/board).For additional information about the Commission Appointment Recommendation Board, contact the Governor’s Office of Boards and Commissions at (602) 542-2449 or toll free at 1-800-253-0883 or on the web at www.azgovernor.gov.
A Salute to America, starring Armen Dirtadian, Robert Shaw and The Manhattan Dolls will be presented a the Gaslight Music Hall in Tucsion at 7 pm., Nov 11. Tickets 529-1000 or www.gaslightmusichall.com A portion of the proceeds will benefit Tucson Veterans. Serving Veterans to assist our at-risk and homeless veterans. Tickets are $30/person plus approximately $4 in taxes. Contact: Onita Davis email@example.com
The Sun Lakes Republican Club will meet with Radio Talk Show Host Mike Broomhead to discuss veterans and the Nov 8 election at 6:30 pm. Tues., Oct 11 in the Arizona Room at Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes, AZ 85248.
The Prescott Republican Men’s Forum is scheduled at 11 am., Mon., Nov 14 at the Hotel St. Michael, 205 W Gurley St., in Prescott. Dr. Richard Bloom, chief academic office at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, will address “Intelligence.” $18 per person. RSVP toBob Luzius 928-717-2551 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 10.
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Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio: Phoenix Council Votes for $386,956 in "Water Membership Dues" After Recently Raising Water Rates. Last year, the Phoenix City Council voted on a large water rate increase. Today we found out where some of that money is going. The Phoenix City Council approved, on a 6-3 vote, to pay $386,956 in membership fees for the Water department. Voluntary Membership Fees
· $20,492 to be a member of the American Water Works Association
· $9,605 to be a member of the Metropolitan Water Agencies
· $46,440 to be a member of the National Association of Clean Water Agency
· $45,540 to be a member of the Water Environment and Reuse Foundation
· $220,379 to be a member of the Water Research Foundation
· $9,500 to be a member of the WateReuse Association
· $35,000 to be a member of the Western Urban Water Coalition
· $386,956 in total membership dues
"The water rate hike was outrageous and unjustified. Today we are seeing where those taxpayer monies are going and citizens should be disappointed," said Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio.
Councilmembers Debra Stark, Laura Pastor, Daniel Valenzuela, Kate Gallegos, Thelda Williams, and Mayor Greg Stanton voted in favor of the payout. Councilmembers Sal DiCiccio, Jim Waring and Michael Nowakowski opposed this expense. These memberships are not required and thus are a voluntary expense.
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