Wednesday, January 4, 2017

1-4-17 Briefs

Republican Briefs

Editor Frosty Taylor        Web Master John Strasser

Official Call to MCRC Statutory Organizational Meeting scheduled Jan 14, 2017 at El Zaribah Shriner’s Auditorium, 552 N 40 th St., Phoenix, AZ 85008.

With the Maricopa County Republican Committee’s (MCRC) Mandatory Meeting only 10 days away, three LD Chairman took exception the MCRC Statutory meeting Call Letter being delivered to them via e-mail with a directive to forward the Call Letter to their PCs. They further objected to paying for postage to inform their PCs whose e-dresses they do not have. Late last night MCRC Chairman Tyler Bowyer said that the “vast majority of district chairs distributed it (call letter) by e-mail – only three of the 20 pushed back but ultimately agreed to simply e-mail it to their PCs. We are happy that the majority stuck to the plan discussed in EGC and thank all of the district chairs for making a concerted effort to get us into modern times.”

     Traditionally “call letters” are sent out via US Mail 10 days prior to the Statutory meeting, but the cost of postage has been cited as one reason for turning to e-mail for faster, more efficient, less costly route for notifying Maricopa County PCs of the meeting. The Call Letter includes the agenda, meeting rules, proposed by law changes, proposed resolutions, directions to the meeting and a proxy form for those who cannot attend in person. PCs who have not received the Call Letter from their LD Chairman can download the letter and attachments at Official Call to MCRC Statutory Organizational Meeting

    Reports are surfacing that the objection to paying the postage is an attempt to draw attention away from AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham’s differences with LD23 over his directive to call for another organizational meeting Graham-Dec 9 letter or face possible disenfranchisement of their 119 state committeemen’s ability to vote at the Jan 28 AZGOP Statutory meeting AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham Tries to Invalidate Legitimate State Committeemen Elections and AZGOP Chairman Graham calls on LD23 PCs to Revolt!. LD23 Chairman Nancy Ordowski recently informed Graham the LD23 Board didn’t believe he had any jurisdiction over county elections. Ordowski Response To Graham - ft

UPDATE: LD23 Chairman Nancy Ordowski wants PCs to know that she and LD23 First Vice-Chair Tim Horn, along with their legal counsel, met with AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham, his assistant Tim Sifert and their legal counsel on Dec 29, 2016 and again on Jan 3, 2017 working toward a resolution to solve Graham and LD23’s concerns regarding the Dec 1, 2016 LD23 State Committeeman election.

Stop-O’Connor! Sunday’s-Comic AZDI Harpoons McCain and Graham

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Briefs Sent Identical Questions to the three AZGOP Chairman candidates. Their answers will be posted every day until the Jan 28 Mandatory Meeting election. Question #3: Will you invite the Maricopa County Republican Committee to return to its space inside AZGOP Headquarters?

  • Frank Thorwald: Given that I would like to expand training programs as well as the use of both paid and volunteer personnel at the AZGOP offices, space requirements may not lend themselves to having the county party at the same location. However, if space is available, I believe it would be beneficial to have the county party located within the AZGOP facility, so yes, I would invite the county party to relocate back to the AZGOP offices.

      Johnathan Lines: While I think that the Republican Party in Maricopa County, one of the largest counties in the country, should be able to secure the little funding it takes to have an office, I will surely allow them to work out of the AZ GOP HQ until they can get their stuff together. That being said, I have very high hopes for the future of the Maricopa County Party and have a feeling that the next County Chair will be exemplary!

      Jim O’Connor: Yes, with open arms. And without regard to whoever is elected County Chairman. It’s the right thing to do.

The Maricopa County Republican Statutory Meeting is scheduled Jan 14, 2017 at the El Zaribah Shriner’s Auditorium, 552 N. 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008, not the Polly Rosenbaum Building, as originally announced. Contrary to reports, the Shriner’s auditorium has NOT been renamed the Polly Rosenbaum Building. They are located on the opposite sides of metropolitan Phoenix, so be sure you are heading for the Shriner’s Auditorium. You don’t want to arrive late for credentials registration.

The AZGOP Chairman's Awards Dinner 2017 is scheduled at 6 pm., (reception at 5:30 pm.) Fri., Jan 27 at the downtown Phoenix Hyatt Regency Hotel, 122 N 2nd St. in Phoenix. Live entertainment. $60 per person for $500 per table. Tickets at 602-957-7770.

AZGOP Chairman Candidate Jim O’Connor has the following speaking engagements schedule:

·         Wed, Jan 4 at Francine Romesburg’s Grassroots Tea Party (time and location to follow)

·         Sat, Jan 7 at Sun City Republican Club at 8am;  Foundation Bldg. 14465 W. RH Johnson Blvd. Sun City West, AZ 85375

·         Sat, Jan 7 at Paradise Republican Woman’s Club at 10am Gainey Ranch Clubhouse

·         Tues, Jan 10 at Pima Tea Party at 6pm in Tucson (details tba)

·         Wed, Jan 11 at LD 18 Candidate Forum at 6:30pm at Mountain View Lutheran Church 11002 South 48th Street, Phoenix  85044.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton appeared on “MSNBC Live with Craig Melvin” on MSNBC yesterday, to discuss House Republican's possible vote to gut Office of Congressional Ethics.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton appeared on “Risk & Reward with Deirdre Bolton” on the Fox Business Network yesterday to discuss Valerie Jarrett’s recent congratulations to Obama for a scandal-free presidency

Meet David Eppihimer, Chairman Pima County Republican Party: I'm a Second Amendment guy, NRA member, avid hunter and horseman, proponent of the electoral college, foe of the national popular vote compact, Constitutionalist, ordained Presbyterian Elder; 20 year PC, 25 year Tucsonan and a life-long Republican whose first political campaign was Goldwater vs Johnson in 1964 at the age of 15. I intend to begin elevating the Republican Party, raising critical funding and investing in our PCs. I'm a unity chairman who believes in Ronald Reagan's big tent. There is room for all who believe in less government through personal responsibility, fiscal responsibility and free market economic policies.

     I believe that our Pima County Republican image has not been actively marketed. It's time to utilize a team of talent to ensure our local party is identifiable, visible and unified in principle. We must promote the benefits of greater personal responsibility, less government regulation and a business friendly environment. More business will mean more jobs for Pima County workers. There are many qualified Republicans in Pima County who could run for office. We will attract them, vet them and run them in winning campaigns. We will attract like-minded voters by increasing our PCs with training and support programs.   We will engage in communication to the needs of each district at executive committee and LD meetings. We will attend our local Republican Club meetings.  We will develop a plan for effective communication and create a technology committee that will enhance our web site. It's time to restructure our strategy to secure sustainable funding for candidate recruitment and campaigning by building on positive relationships within our community and with our state leadership. As Pima GOP Finance Director, I was able to raise some $30,000 in 2016 to keep our doors open. We will create a finance committee to develop and implement strategies for sustainable fund raising utilizing major gifts, special events and reoccurring donations. Pima GOP Executive Board, click here.

Zack Taylor, Chairman This Everett Washington Newspaper demonstrates how to report on drug crime and murder among transnational criminals without directly revealing critical information about their nationality, Immigration Status or the clear link to insecure borders.  This is what you look for in a newspaper that is located in a sanctuary city.  They don't talk factually and openly about their Illegal Alien/Transnational Crime realities.  At least this time they talk around it enough to figure out some of what is going on and make it obvious that is what they are doing.  The links are insightful. If the imbedded Illegal Alien Agents of the Sinaloa Cartel living in the Everett area were not able to remain and operate freely in the United States with their other criminal associates none of this would have happened to the extent reported, much less continued for years. So look at the highlighted sections for the clues that this is a well-established border insecurity situation bringing drugs and illegal aleins far into the United States. Sanctuary Cities + Illegal Aliens = Transnational Crime drug-dealers-allegedly-have-ties-to-sinaloa-cartel

Arizona Town Crier Jim Ehl: In the MRC Brief’s, all three candidates for chairmanship of the party hyped working with Precinct Committeemen. Mr. Thorwald  stated.  “I would create a kitchen cabinet  ...”.  Mr. Lines says, “I do plan on having a space dedicated to data and targeting requests for PC’s.”  Mr. O’Connor mentions something like, “that begins with integrity, continues with the truth, and wins because of the people we are and the ideals we hold dear.”  That reminds one of past chairs like Mr. Minnaugh.  He talked like he was pro precinct committeemen. His ‘kitchen cabinet was with those who agreed with him and then he did his own thing.  That’s like past chair Mr. Pullen who said that he worked with all of the county chairs.  Maybe he did but even if he talked with all of the county chairs he did his own thing.  Unless the one elected will see that the AZ BYLAWS are updated, obeyed, and the Executive Committee changed to include just the County Chairs who have purview over the PCs with formal meetings and reports, don’t expect much to change.  When Matt Salmon became chair, agreements were forgotten, which can likely be the case with some of the present candidates.  It is interesting how many candidates for office express ‘WHAT’ but are short on ‘HOW’.  That’s one fallacy of our Republic voting system.  Looks like the candidate with the best story wins, regardless of knowledge or qualifications.  One reason to have a political party is to keep party members informed.  Does that ever happen with the AZ GOP??  Is there a committee of any kind researching and guiding the party?  Who votes based on qualifications and accomplishments?

The Sun City West Republican Club will meet with AZGOP Chairman candidate Jim O’Connor on “Building GOP legislative Districts” and his campaign for chairmanship of the Arizona Republican Party at 8:30 am, Sat., Jan 7 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation Bldg. Social hour – 8 am coffee/donuts. $2 admission to help defray room rental costs. O’Connor is the immediate past LD23 Chairman and is currently the 2nd Vice President of the Arizona Republican Assembly. Club membership dues are $10. Contact:

The Sonoita-Elgin Tea Party urges residents to attend the 30 minute US Fish & Wildlife Service documentary “Wolves in Government Clothing” between 2-4 pm., Sat., Jan 21 in the Pioneer Hall at the Sonoita Fairgrounds. The documentary revolves around USFWS plans to expand the wolf reintroduction area from I-10 south to the US/Mexican border.  Also see “Living with Wolves” presented by Wink Crigler, Owner X Diamond Cattle Ranch from Greer, AZ who was Named Society of Range Management's Top Range Manager 2011; along with Cindy Coping, Chair of Pima Natural Resources Conservation District; Mary Darling, former Appeals & Litigation Coordinator, U.S. Forest Service; and Emcee Dean Fish: Manager of the Santa Fe Ranch, Nogales, AZ. Open to the public – free of charge. Complimentary beverages and snacks.  Sponsored by the Bowman and Stradling History Center. Contact: Sonoita/Elgin Tea Party Website

MCRC candidates announced for the Jan 14 Mandatory meeting election of officers, according to MCRC Nominating Committee Chairman Raymond Jones:

· Chairman: Chris Herring ChrisHerringAZ and Tristan Manos tristanmanosmcrc1

· 1st Vice Chairman:  Aaron Flannery

· 2nd Vice Chairman:  Yvonne Cahill

· Secretary: Cindy Casaus

· Treasurer:  Wesley W. Harris

Arizona GOP Candidates announced for the January 28 Statutory Meeting election of officers (two year terms). Candidates are:

· Chairman – Jim O’Connor, Jim O'Connor &; Frank Thorwald Frank-Thorwald- and Jonathan Lines Jonathan-Lines

· Secretary Gabby Mercer Gabriela_Saucedo_Mercer

· Treasurer – Bob Lettieri Wes Harris and Bill Beard

Briefs Has Requested That All Candidates running for AZGOP office and Maricopa County Republican Committee office during the January 2017 Mandatory meetings submit their candidate announcement or a resume for posting to help PCs get acquainted with the candidates they will vote on.

Editor’s Note: Candidate announcements or statements are limited to 300 words. If longer, they will be edited to conform to policy.

Attention Republican Group Leaders: If your event announcement is not posted within 24 hours from the time you submitted it - Briefs did NOT receive it. Please resend it to either or – Editor Frosty Taylor

The Fountain Hills Republican Club will meet at 9 am., Sat., Jan 21 for election of officers and a legislative update from LD23 Sen John Kavanagh, and Rep M. Ugenti-Rita and Jay Lawrence. The group meets at the Fountain Hills Community Center,13001 N La Montana Drive, in Fountain Hills. Meet/greet at 8:30 am.

The Fountain Hills Republican Club Nominating Committee, consisting of Chairman Tait Elkie, Chris Brant and Jay Schlum, is seeking volunteers to serve in the elected officer positions for 2017-18.  The open positions include President, 1st Vice President (Program Chair), 2nd Vice President (Membership Chair), 3rd Vice President (Events Chair), Secretary, and Treasurer.  Those interested in serving or nominating someone should contact Tait  Only paid members in attendance can vote on the new offices. No proxies. Mail dues to FH Republican Club, P.O. Box 17814, Fountain Hills, AZ 85269-7814.  Membership application available for download at

The Fountain Hills Republican Club's "GOP Social" is scheduled at 6 pm., Tues., Jan 24 in the Fireside Grill inside the Lexington Hotel, 12800 N Saguaro Blvd, FH 85268.  The GOP Socials are scheduled for the 4th Thursday of each month at the Fireside Grill.  NO Speeches, no reservations, no host bar/drinks (with optional food). The  Club's "GOP Socials" are open to all interested persons, membership in the FH Republican Club is not required.  Everyone is welcome.  

Rustin Pearce's Speech: Integrity In PC Elections LD25 PC elections. Pearce wants your stories about fraud, proxy abuse, ghost PCs and those being blocked. Send stories to Pearce at He wants specifics, including identification/names of those involved.

A Tribute Honoring long-time Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his wife Ava is scheduled at 6 pm., Jan 13 at the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 with Master of Ceremonies KFYI radio personality Mike Broomhead. Extended Hands Food Bank is organizing the event with profits going the Extended Hands Food Bank. Speakers line-up and entertainment arranged by the Fountain Hills Republican Club.  Tickets $50 each. Tickets.  Advance tickets only, no sales at the door. Contact : The Reverend David Iverson,  480-837-0303  or   Reservations: To sit with specific others, after making reservations, send text to Iverson at 480-200-0115.More info: tribute-dinner-for-sheriff-joe-arpaio-and-ava or arpaio-tribute-dinner

Fountain Hills Republican Club Membership Applications are available at 2017 dues are now payable.  $20/$30 single/family. Dues can be paid by check to Fountain Hills Republican Club, P.O. Box 17814, Fountain Hills, AZ 85269 or by check or cash at any meeting.

Applicants Are Sought for two vacancies on Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals, created by the retirement of Judge Patricia A. Orozco and the appointment of Judge Andrew W. Gould to the Arizona Supreme Court. The new judicial application form can be downloaded at the Judicial Department website: . Applications are also available at the Administrative Office of the Courts, Human Resources Department, 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, (602) 452-3311, or . Applicants must be at least 30 years of age, of good moral character, and admitted to the practice of law in Arizona, as well as a resident of Arizona, for the past five years. To be eligible, an applicant must also have resided in one of the following counties for the past three years: Apache, Coconino, La Paz, Mohave, Navajo, Yavapai or Yuma. The applications and attachments must be submitted 3 pm., Jan13 to the Administrative Office of the Courts, Human Resources Department, 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ, 85007. The new judges will be paid $152,250 annually

A Night To Honor Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his Wife Ava, is scheduled at 6 pm., Fri, Jan 13 at the Fountain Hills Community Center Ballroom (13001 N La Montana Dr, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268). Price: $50 per Ticket (all proceeds after costs are donated to Extended Hands Food Bank of Fountain Hills). This is not a political event but a tribute to a man and his wife for their years of service. Since 1992, Sheriff Joe and his wife have been a serving Maricopa County and protecting our community. We are grateful for his years of service to not only our nation as a US Army Veteran but also as our Sheriff.  All sales are final. No refunds. RSVP:

Grassroots Legislative Activism Training: LD Chairmen, Heads Of Organizations, And Other Interested Parties: During January and February, Jose Borrajero will be conducting 30 minute training sessions to help your members become more effective at providing input to our state legislators regarding pending legislation, with particular emphasis on how to use the ALIS RTS system. If WI-FI is available at your location, and you have the extra time, an on line, 10-15 minute live demonstration may be added. This service is free to groups within the Phoenix Metro area. Groups outside of this area will be charged a nominal fee to cover travel expenses. Sessions will be booked on a first come first served basis. To schedule a session or get more information, contact Jose at

The Arizona Federation of Republican Women( AzFRW) are sponsoring a Gun Basket Raffle that includes a Concealed Carry Weapon (CCW) class at Ted’s Shooting Range in Queen Creek. $10 per tickets. Only 800 available. AzFRW Clubs selling 25 or more tickets by the June AZFRW meeting will receive five free tickets. The drawing will be held at the AZFRW Fall meeting. Tickets holders do not need to be present to win. Contact: AZFRW 3rd VP Mary Baumbach at or 602-206-1189.

AZ Heroes To Hometowns Annual Salute a Soldier 5K Run honoring wounded veterans is scheduled to start at 9 am., Sat., March 11 at Freestone Park, 1045 Juniper Road in Gilbert (corner of Lindsay/Juniper Road between Guadalupe and Elliot Roads). $40 5K Run/$30 5K Run for Military or $25 1 Mile Walk. Register at    or Contact: Kathy Pearce @ or Mail to: AZ Heroes to Hometowns P. O. BOX 31646, Mesa, AZ 85275.

Call The White House 202-456-1111 Comments. Switchboard: 202-456-1414. Contact Senate or Representatives Let them know how you feel. Hold their feet to the fire. They wanted these positions so badly, hold them accountable. Arizona delegation phone numbers:

Senator John McCain (R- AZ) 202-224-2235 202-228-2862

Senator Jeff Flake (R- AZ) 202-224-4521 202-228-0515

Rep Ann Kirkpatrick (D1) 202-225-3361 202-225-3462

Rep Martha McSally (R2) 202-225-2542 520-881-3588

Rep Raul M. Grijalva (D3) 202-225-2435 202-225-1541

Rep Paul A. Gosar (R4) 202-225-2315 202-226-9739

Rep Matt Salmon (R5) 202-225-2635 202-226-4386

Rep David Schweikert (R6) 202-225-2190 202-225-0096

Rep Reuben Gallego (D7) 202-225-4065 202-225-1655

Rep Trent Franks (R8) 202-225-4576 202-225-6328

Rep Kyrsten Sinema (D9) 202-225-9888 202-225-9731



The Coconino County Republican Committee will meet at noon, Jan 4 with Conservative friends for a discussion on “unintended consequences” of Prop 414, Flagstaff’s $15 minimum wage. Contact: Chairman Jeff Oravits

Stuart McDaniel, Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Director, will address the “Conservative Friends” luncheon at noon Wed., Jan 4 at The Place, 21 S Milton Road regarding the attempt to amend Flagstaff’s $15 minimum wage.

Grassroots Patriots Will Be Meeting at the IHOP Restaurant, 6601 W Peoria Ave in Glendale instead of Denny’s restaurant starting Jan 4, 2017. Order food at 6 pm., mtg at 6:30 pm. Grassroots Tea Party Activists Scheduled speakers:

  • Jan 4 – AZGOP Chairman candidate Jim O’Connor.
  • Jan 11 - Southwestern Regional Coordinator Heritage for America Nathan Duel.
  • Jan 18 - Activist Nohl Rosen speaking on helping Police officers.
  • Jan 25 – LD13 Rep Darin Mitchell addressing new plans for Arizona.


The Central Republican Women Of Phoenix  will meet with Maricopa County Treasurer elect Royce Flora on Jan 5 to discuss property taxes and county financial issues at the Hilton Phoenix Suites, 10 E. Thomas Road, Phoenix. The Social begins at 5:30, and dinner/meeting at 6:15 p.m. Reservations required. $30 each includes dinner and program. RSVP by Jan. 1 to Jan Webb at or contact: Kathy Hedges If you made reservations to an errant prior listed reservations link, please make them again.

Mesa Republican Women meet between 11:30 am-1 pm, Jan 5 – (the first Thursday of each month, except August). January speakers are Senate President Steve Yarborough and Speaker of the House J.D. Mesnard. Lunch is $10/members, $12 visitors & guests. Memberships are Jan-Dec: $25 Member and $15 Associate Member. Associate memberships are for men or women who are full members of another AzFRW club. Visitors/guests are allowed two meetings before being asked to pay membership fees. They have a 50/50 pot each month and lots of door prizes. We also sell patriot jewelry and other items to help cover club costs. RSVP deadline is Sun, Jan 1 to President Sherry Pierce at or call (480) 615-0524) or 1900 E. University Drive, Suite 11, Mesa 85213. (Northwest corner of University Drive and Gilbert Road; Riviera Plaza).

AZGOP Chairman candidate Jonathan Lines will address the Colorado River Tea Party at 6 pm., Thur., Jan 5 at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95, Yuma, AZ.

Jan 6

A Trump Victory Celebration, hosted by Daisy Mountain Patriots, starts at 5 pm., Jan 6 at the Roadrunner Restaurant, 47801 North Black Canyon Highway New River, AZ 85087. There will be a AR-15 Raffle, Trump Gear and Gift Raffle, a "Special" Trump Sandwich, a band for entertainment & more, according to Patriots chairman Vera Anderson. Contact Anderson at (602) 821-4675 or


AZGOP Chairman Candidates Jim O’Connor And Frank Thorwald will appear before the Paradise Republican Women Sat., Jan 7 at Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive in Scottsdale. 9 am – social, 10 am - mtg, 11 am – brunch. Tickets: $28 per Person. reservations here

The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am., Sat., Jan 7 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd. Coffee and donuts at 8am. $2 donation requested to help with room rental. LD23 past Chairman Jim O’Connor, a AZGOP chairman candidate will address building legislative district Republican organizations. O'Connor is the 2nd Vice-President of AZ Republican Assembly and has been contributing to Republican successes since 2006. Contact: Jean Goncalves 623-214-8010.

The Yavapai County Republican Committee’s Statutory Organizational Meeting to elect officers is scheduled Sat., Jan 7, 2017.


The Annual Capitol Prayer Walk is scheduled at 7 am., Mon. Jan 9 – the opening day of the 2017 legislative session, at the Arizona state Ca[otp;.700 W Washington St. in Phoenix. Participants will meet at the Capitol flagpole. Dress warm, wear comfortable shoes and bring your Bible. Click here information.

The Lincoln Republican Women’s Club Dinner Meeting is scheduled at 6:20 pm., Mon., Jan 9 at the Millennium Resort Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ, 85253-3548. 5:30 pm – meet & greet, 6 pm meeting; 7pm program with Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery address county updates. AZFRW President Elaine Pellegrino will install newly elected officers. $35 per plate. Reservations/checks to Patricia Kaufman, 7436 E. Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250. Contact Kaufman at 480-368-2777 or

LD 29 Republican Committee will meet at 6:30 pm., Jan 9 at Grifols Academy-Plasmapheresis, 5242 W Camelback Rd #101 Glendale AZ 85301. AZGOP chairman candidate Frank Thorwald, and MCRC Chairman candidates Tristan Manos and Chris Herring will address the group. Contact LD Chr Alan Gaugert at 623-330-3622.

The Arizona Project will meet on Mon., Jan 9, since Jan 2 is a legal holiday, according to Chairman Ron Ludders. Gov Doug Ducey's State of the State will be the topic of discussion. They will also vote on “who is the Worst Ever President of the United States "POTUS" and why.” AP meets at 3375 E Shea Blvd #2 in Phoenix. Contact Ludders at 602.677.1496

JAN 10

Coconino County Republican Committee Chairman Jeff Oravits speak to the Mingus Mountain Republicans Club at 11 am., Tues., Jan 10. All Verde Valley Republicans are welcome to attend. Contact:

JAN 11

LD17 Will Host several others districts in a meeting at 7 pm, Wed., Jan 11 in the sanctuary of Tri City Baptist Church, 2211 W. Germann Road, Chandler, AZ 85286, to hear candidates for the AZGOP governing board, according to newly elected LD17 Chairman Bill Moll. See Letter from Chairman Bert Moll

Grassroots Patriots Will Be Meeting at the IHOP Restaurant, 6601 W Peoria Ave in Glendale instead of Denny’s restaurant starting Jan 4, 2017. Order food at 6 pm., mtg at 6:30 pm. Grassroots Tea Party Activists Scheduled speakers:

   · Jan 11 - Southwestern Regional Coordinator Heritage for America Nathan Duel.

   · Jan 18 - Activist Nohl Rosen speaking on helping Police officers.

   · Jan 25 – LD13 Rep Darin Mitchell addressing new plans for Arizona.


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