Saturday, May 20, 2017

5-20-17 Briefs

Today is Armed Forces Day.

You Are Invited to join other Conservatives for the Armed Forces Day Parade in downtown Flagstaff at 11 am., Sat. May 20. If you want to march in the parade contact Merle Henderson by email for staging information.

LD23 PC Boe James: Please think about those who have sacrificed their lives for our liberties and this great nation and consider going to a Memorial Day ceremony somewhere.  There will be a ceremony at 9 a.m. May 29 at the Fountain Hills Veterans Memorial.

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is participating in National Safe Boating Week with a Life Jacket Exchange from 10 am to noon May 20 thru May 26 at the 10-lane boat ramp at Lake Pleasant; Canyon Lake boat ramp; Saguaro Lake boat ramps; the London Bridge Beach at Lake Havasu City and Katherine’s Landing at Lake Mohave. During the exchanges, people with old, worn and less-effective life jackets can swap them for a new life vest, while supplies last. U.S. Coast Guard statistics show that drowning was the reported cause of death in three-fourths of recreational boating fatalities in 2015, and that 85 percent of those who drowned were not wearing life jackets. Boating courses available at

LD23 PC Gina Swoboda: I met with a member of Recorder Fontes' community outreach staff today to get a better understanding of the changes they are making. The Democrats are very active, fully funded and have been volunteering in droves - recently doubling their County PCs from 759 to 1500. We have IMO, a great need to get Republicans signed up to volunteer to be part of the process to ensure integrity within the system. The County Recorder's office requires 'opposing' parties to participate on Citizen Boards. These are the people who look at the mail in ballots and cross check each other's work. One person will usually be a Democrat, and with low GOP participation, the cross checker will be a Green or Libertarian. We really need Republicans on these boards. Fontes' office is limiting the duration of the shifts, they will no longer be 12-15 hours long with people sleeping in their cars. Poll watchers are absolutely still needed, but I think that, in light of the changes we are seeing, it is imperative that we get Republicans inside the process. There will be a volunteer orientation on Saturday, June 10th from 10:00 a.m. to noon, at the downtown ballot processing facility on the corner of Lincoln and 3rd Ave. (not the main office building near sheriff’s dept.).  There will be an opportunity to hear what they are doing and volunteer if desired. Details as provided by the Recorder's office: Orientation Program-  the Recorder’s Office is initiating on June 10th, Saturday from 10:00-Noon.  In our efforts to professionalize and legitimize roles for those who are interested in helping the Recorder’s election efforts by; registering voters, helping at election sites, and as citizen board members, we have defined a  program for everyone to attend. High level overview to include: A Volunteer Orientation Program – which everyone will need to attend once (first one is June 10th)  and 4 levels of exceptional volunteer work will be available.

Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) members will elect new Executive Committee officers at their annual Convention between 2-4- pm., Sat, May 20, at the Paradise Valley Community Center, 17402 N. 40th St., Phoenix, AZ 85032. (Registration between 2-2:30 pm). They will also be voting on new bylaws that were modified and approved by the Board of Directors during a day-long May 6 meeting in Mesa. All paid members are eligible to vote. The AZRA Board consists of the Executive Committee, all Chapter Presidents and all State Directors. AzRA is preparing to increase its membership among conservative Republicans to become again a force in Republican politics in Arizona.  For many years, AzRA was the most influential organization in party politics – electing candidates and influencing legislation. AzRA regrouped in 2014 and currently has more than 400 members.

Officer candidates (floor nominations accepted) are:

· President - Jim O'Connor, Scottsdale/Fountain Hills Chapter

· Secretary - Walt Steiner, West Valley Chapter

· Treasurer - Ardith Hildebrant, Scottsdale/Fountain Hills Chapter

National Director (vote 1):

· Linda Brickman, North Central Phoenix Chapter

· Irving Scott, West Pinal/Casa Grande Chapter

· Butch Kuentzler, West Valley Chapter

Conservatives wanting to become part of an action oriented organization can contact AzRA at .  All new applicants will be vetted.

President Candidate: (2 year term) - Jim O'Connor, Scottsdale/Fountain Hills Chapter: Jim O’Connor has served AZRA as Chaplin since our organizations reformation in September, 2014, served as Chairman of LD 23 in Scottsdale 2014-2016, and most recently ran for AZGOP Chairman. He was willing to sacrifice for our cause, but God had a better plan in mind. He arranged for our current President, Thayer to get a full time job in the Trump administration in DC and for another of our founders, Phil Mason, to retire to Colorado after four decades of service to the conservative movement here in Arizona. The third senior member of the founding team, Lori Urban, also accepted a job in the Trump administration full-time in DC; thus leaving a leadership void at the state level of AZRA. Jim is excited for the opportunity to serve you as President of AZRA for the next two years. His plans are to rebuild AZRA with the help of our 40 plus member Board of Directors. AZRA is needed now more than ever to “keep our republic”. Vote for Jim on May 20th. OConnor-Candidate-Bio.pdf

Secretary Candidate: (two year term) Walt Steiner, West Valley Chapter:   I am a businessman who became interested in politics soon after retirement in 2013.  Having the time, I was able to focus on the things that I found intriguing within Arizona politics.  I became involved with the Estrella Republican Club as Secretary until 2015. I am a Precinct Committeeman (Westar), a State Committeeman (LD4), Second Vice-Chair of LD4, First Vice-President (AzRA West Chapter) as well as a Level 3 Center for Self-Government student.  I believe in accomplishing the goals that are set in front of us and that the best action is to prevent inaction and complacency. I currently have resided in Goodyear, AZ for the last seven years with my lovely wife, Marcia.  We Chicago area transplants who enjoy the Arizona lifestyle. Steiner-AzRA-Bio.pdf

Treasurer Candidate: (2 year term) Ardith Hildebrant, Scottsdale/Fountain Hills Chapter:  Ardith has been actively involved in AzRA for the past several years. Two years ago, she was appointed and continues to serve as Assistant Treasurer.  In March, she was re-elected as President of the Scottsdale/Fountain Hills Chapter.  Last fall, she was newly elected as Treasurer of Paradise Republican Women's Club. Previously, she worked for several large corporations such as Bell, Motorola, U-Haul and then retired from APS in 2003 after 22 years. Not wanting to grow old in a rocking chair, she then went to work for Home Depot. A year ago, politics got the best of her and she left Home Depot after 11 years to devote much of her time to AzRA.  Her extensive work career involved accounting, auditing and information technology. At Home Depot, part of her responsibility was to ensure monies for store were managed and accounted for. Due to a prior family commitment, she will not be in attendance at this election but does humbly ask for your vote. Ardith-Hildebrant-for-Treasurer-2.pdf

National Director Candidates (Vote 1):

Linda Brickman, North Central Phoenix Chapter - No photo provided. Linda’s activities range from politics, legislation, business and writing:

· Certified Paralegal, lobbyist & legislative liaison on State sovereignty, regulatory and Constitutional issues.

· 2016 National Republican Presidential Convention Delegate and Rules Committee Member.

· Maricopa County Republican Committee (MRC) Member At Large; MRC Resolutions Committee Chairman.

· ACT for America Phoenix Chapter Chairman and legislative liaison; helped pass AZ laws Excluding Sharia Law in Arizona Courts, and Banning Female Genital Mutilation.

· Former AZRA State Director for her Chapter; Legislative Liaison.

· LD 15 State Committeeman, Precinct Committeeman and Precinct Captain.

· AMAC Delegate from CD 6.

· Share the Constitution Project, Co-Founder.

· Small Business Owner and Author of Children’s books.

· AZ Legislature Border Security/Sovereignty Committees/SWAG Team, Past Member.

· Arizona Tea Party Patriots Association, Past Vice President, Legislative Liaison.

· Muscular-Skeletal Diseases Governors Council, Past Member.

· Advocate for Pro-Life Issues, Pro-Second Amendment rights, State Land and sovereignty issues; against Medicaid Expansion, Common Core, Agenda 21, and illegal immigration.

Irving Scott, West Pinal County Chapter, Casa Grande: I would like to introduce myself: I was raised in Glenville, WV, by a God-fearing conservative family who taught their children the values that seem to be lacking in today's society.  In 1991, I became an Advertising Representative with the Charleston Gazette and Daily Main newspaper in Charleston, WV.  I moved to Casa Grande, AZ, in 2002 where I became an Advertising Representative for Casa Grande Valley newspapers and also for their Commercial Printing Division where I remain.  I got involved in politics after the election of Barack Obama and have become more involved as precinct committeeman and State Committeeman.  I am active in the Pinal County Republican Committee, recruiting new PCs and everything regarding our district , was instrumental in developing the tri-fold pamphlets for AzRA and PCRC.  I am active in our local chapter as Treasurer and State Director.  I look forward to have the opportunity to represent AzRA on the national level and will vote for the conservative values we hold as AzRA members.  I ask for your vote.

Butch Kuentzler, West Valley Chapter:  I lived in York, PA for my entire life before moving to Arizona.

· Dale Carnegie University on selling, speaking and marketing.

· Worked and studied business sales on my own.

· Joined a Volunteer fire company and am a life member

· Worked in management for over 30 years, including a job with the York County Sheriff's Department

· Was the Athletic Director, coaching senior girls and boys basketball

· Own and operate my own business at

· Retired and moved to Goodyear in 2013

· Chaired the Estrella Starpointe Social Club

· Letters published in the West Valley View and several blogs

· My wife, Judy, and I lost our son in 2005 in an auto accident. It was the toughest one thing ever to go through.  We have daughters in PA and AZ. We became child advocates and were elected to York County Youth Commission for at risk youth.  I follow politics closely and participate with gusto! Butch-Kuentzler-Bio-v3.pdf  

FOX News Fires Bob Beckel for Comment to Black Employee Read more: fox- fires bob-beckel  

The Ahwatukee Tea Party will meet at 7 pm.,Thurs, May 25 with LD18 Rep Jill Norgaard, at Firehouse #43, 4110 E Chandler Blvd, Phoenix AZ 85048. Norgaard serves as Chair of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Education, Vice-Chair of the Commerce Committee, and a member of both the Education Committee and Appropriations Committee. Parking and access on west side of building. Additional parking at Chase Bank. Doors open at 6:30 pm. The will also meet on June 22 and July 27. Contact:

Obama-Discriminated-Against-Veterans-Report A blistering report has surfaced that indicates President Obama’s Justice Department intentionally discriminated against military veterans for two job positions, and even held meetings with the applicants to pressure them into withdrawing their applications. When the applicants refused to withdraw and human resources instructed the DOJ that they would have to hire the veterans, DOJ instead withdrew the job postings, then relisted them a year later with specific qualifications that excluded veterans.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein firmly stood by the memo he wrote that outlined James Comey’s offenses – and later was cited by the White House to support President Trump’s decision to fire the FBI director – during briefings with Capitol Hill lawmakers. rosenstein-on-comey-memo; wrote-it, believe-it, stand-by-its

Anthony-Weiner-To-Plead-Guilty-In-Sexting-Scandal-Report-Says Disgraced Rep. Anthony Weiner has pleaded guilty in federal court to a single charge of transferring obscene material to a minor.

LD10 Rep Todd Clodfelter is holding a town hall at 10 am, Sat. May 20 in the Columbus Library, 4350 E. 22nd Street, in Tucson. He will present an overview of the 2017 Legislature’s accomplishments. Contact:

Supt of Public Education Diane Douglas will be the speaker at the 9 am., Sat., May 20 Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268.  Check-in/Meet & Greet/Social Period with breakfast snacks at 8:30 a.m.  County Attorney Bill Montgomery will be featured June 17.

Last Minute Tickets Are Still Available to the Pima County Republicans “Border Security Panel Luncheon” featuring Pima County Sheriff Napier, Pinal County Sheriff Lamb and Cochise County Sheriff Dannels at 11:30 am., Sat., May 20. $32 per person or $60 per couple at the Mountain Oyster Club, 6400 E El Dorado Circle I Tucson. Tickets are

The Pinal County Republican Committee will meet at 10 am., Sat., May 20 at the Old Court House on Pinal St. in Florence to hear Secretary of State Michele Reagan. Contact Irene Littleton

The Wickenburg Republicans will not meet Mon., May 22, according to Chairman Frosty Taylor.

The Fountain Hills Republicans "GOP Social" starts at 6 p.m., Tues, May 23 in the Fireside Grill inside the Lexington Hotel, 12800 N Saguaro Blvd, FH 85268.  Social event – no speeches. Contact Boe James at or visit

Pima County Republicans will conduct at “Honoring the Fallen” Memorial event and Flag Retiring Ceremony at 5 pm., Sun., May 28 at Desert Christian High School, 7525 E Speedway Blvd., in Tucson. Contact: or call her at 520-867-5767

The Annual Fountain Hills Republican Club Picnic And Rally is scheduled for Sat., Oct 21. All elected officials and 2018 candidates are invited to participate. Details tba.

The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., May 22 at 3375 E Shea Blvd in Phoenix to view some of FOX News anchor Greg Gutfeld’s show tapes. Contact Ron Ludders.

The Fountain Hills Republican Club's first annual Gun Raffle is still in progress. Tickets are $10 each, 3 for $25 or 16 tickets for $100.  For tickets contact any officer or Board Member.  First prize is a Smith & Wesson M&P 15 SPORT II.  Second Prize is a Golck 43.  Drawing will be at the Fountain Hills Republican Club picnic on Sat., Oct 21.  Contact: Secretary Boe James at or visit

LD9 First Vice Chairman Ana Henderson urges LD9 Republicans to attend Supt of Public Instruction Diane Douglas’ AZ-Kids-Can’t-Wait-2017 K-12 Education meetings scheduled between 6 -8 pm:

     Tues., June 13 – JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort, 3800 W Starr Pass Blvd, in Tucson.

     Wed., June 14 - Empire High School (Library), 10701 E Mary Ann Cleveland Way, in Vail. Contact Henderson at 520.225.7139

The Ahwatukee Republican Women will meet with Maricopa County School Supt Steve Watson at 7 pm., Wed., May 24 at the Mountain View Lutheran Church, 11002 S 4th St, Phoenix, AZ 85044. Contact: President Cindy Casuaus or 602-300-4185.

The Western Pinal County Chapter of the Arizona Republican Assemblies (AzRA) will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., May 22 at 408 N Sacaton St., #2, in Casa Grande. CD1 candidate Steve Smith, currently the LD11 Senator, will address the group. To vote on AzRA policy, you must be a member of the Republican Party. Contact: Nancy Hawkins at AZRA Meetings are Free to attend, donations accepted.  

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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)



Senator Jeff Flake (R- AZ)



Rep Tom O’Halleran (D1)



Rep Martha McSally (R2)



Rep Raul M. Grijalva (D3)



Rep Paul A. Gosar (R4)



Rep Andy Biggs (R5)



Rep David Schweikert (R6)



Rep Reuben Gallego (D7)



Rep Trent Franks (R8)



Rep Kyrsten Sinema (D9)




MAY 20

The Pinal County Republican Committee will meet at 10 am., Sat., May 20 at the Old Court House on Pinal St. in Florence to hear Secretary of State Michele Reagan. Contact Irene Littleton

LD18 will meet May 20, 2017. Contact: Contact Chr Jennifer Szatkowski 602-281-0939

The Pima County GOP “Border Security Panel Luncheon”, featuring Pima County Sheriff Napier, Pinal County Sheriff Lamb and Cochise County Sheriff Dannels, is scheduled at 11:30 am., Sat., May 20 at the Mountain Oyster Club, 6400 E ElDoprado Circle in Tucson. $32 per person or $60 per couple (includes lunch). Tickets on at

LD2 Republicans will meet at 9 am., May 20 at 2055 E Quail Crossing Blvd. in Green Valley.

The Fountain Hills Republican Club will meet at 9 am., Sat., May 20 with AZ Supt of Public Education Diane Douglas. Check-in with breakfast snack at 8:30 am at the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N La Montana Dr, F.H. 85268 Contact Sec. Boe James at or visit

MAY 22

LD1 – 7pm., at Desert Hills Community Church, 34835 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85086.

Tempe Republican Women will meet at 6:30 pm., May 22 at the Pyle Center, 655 E Southern Ave to hear Gregory Wirth, author of Iconic Freedom: Living Your Life at No Cost to Others Without Their Consent Election of delegates to the October AzFRW State Convention will be held. Contact Chairman Jessica Merrow 480-306-2545.

The Wickenburg Republicans will not meet May 22, according to chairman Frosty Taylor.

Federal Marshall David Gonzales will speak at the Cancer Support Community Arizona’s “Rise for a Reason” inspirational breakfast at 7 am., Fri., May 22 at 360 E Palm Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Gonzlaes will share his story of the loss of his mother to cancer, leaving sevean children, when he only 11 years old. RSVP by May 4 to Michelle Osife at

MAY 23

LD17 will meet at 7 pm., May 23 in the sanctuary at Tri-City Baptist Church, 2211 W Germann Road in Chandler. Map Here Maricopa County Republicans Chairman Chris Herring will address “Keeping Arizona Red.” A precinct committeeman (PC) training session will be held at 6 pm with 2nd Vice Chairman/trainer Scott Ottersen. Contact Chairman Bert Moll

The Yuma County Republican Committee meeting is scheduled at 7 pm., May 23 - the fourth Tuesday of the month in the Goodwill meeting room at 3097 S 8th Avenue in Yuma.

The Arizona Republican Lawyers Assoc will meet at 11:45 am., Fri., May 23 at Polsinelli, One E Washington #1200 in Phoenix with Congressman David Schweikert to discuss President Donald Trumps first 100 days in office. $20 per member. $35 for non-members. Pay at the door. RSVP to

Yuma County Republican Chairman is scheduled at the Tues., May 23 Yuma County Central Committee meeting. Potential candidates are reportedly Russ Jones, Connie and Russ Clark.

MAY 24

Representatives Noel Campbell and David Stringer will host a campaign kick-off party for Prescott Mayor candidate Mary Beth Hrin between 5-7 pm., Wed., May 24 at Cuppers Coffee Bistro, The Shops at Prescott Gateway (near Trader Joe’s), 258 Lee Blvd, in Prescott. RVSP: Brenda Dickinson, campaign manager, 928-772-2835 or 928-925-1549.

LD4 – 6:30 pm., Estrella Foothills High School, 13033 S. Estrella Pkwy. Goodyear, AZ 85338.


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Congressman Paul A. Gosar after the House Committee on Natural Resources held a hearing on two bills to increase federal transparency, safeguard private and state water rights, and provide certainty to water and power users. One of the bills examined was Gosar’s Western Area Power Administration Transparency Act, H.R.2371, which requires the administrator of the Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) to establish a pilot project to increase transparency of the agency’s costs and rates: “For far too long, the Western Area Power Administration has demonstrated an utter lack of transparency and accountability with regards to costs, rates and expenditures – that ends now,” stated Gosar. “No longer will this unbridled agency continue to rack up millions of dollars in wasteful expenses leaving ratepayers and customers to foot the bill without so much as a receipt. That dog just don’t hunt. I am proud to team up with Ranking Member Huffman, Congresswoman Sinema, Senators Flake and McCain as well as countless other stakeholders and colleagues in the West to inject much-needed transparency into the agency. Even WAPA supports the bill. Let’s give the customers what they want – good customer service.” An archived broadcast of the hearing HERE.

Congresswoman Martha McSally will announce the winners of her third annual Congressional Art Competition at a 2 pm reception, Sat, May 20 at the UA Tech Park. Rep. McSally will reveal the overall winner, whose artwork will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol. “We received many truly remarkable pieces of art, showing what talented and promising young artists we have in Southern Arizona,” said McSally. “This year is unique because Southern Arizonans selected one of the winners that will be honored. I look forward to recognizing all the winners on Saturday as well as all the artists who participated for their hard work.” Students from 12 high schools across Southern Arizona submitted 66 art pieces in this year’s competition, and a panel of independent judges selected the winner. McSally will also announce two runner-ups, whose artwork will be displayed in the Tucson and Sierra Vista district offices. McSally will also announce the winner of a new award, the “People’s Choice” award, selected by constituents who voted for their favorite submission on McSally’s Facebook page. This winner’s art work will be displayed in her office in Washington, DC.

Sen. Jeff Flake applauds the passage of the Boots on the Border Act in the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. The legislation, introduced with Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), would help address hiring shortfalls at Customs and Border Protection (CBP). According to the Department of Homeland Security, over 1,700 Border Patrol agent positions and 1,000 CBP officer positions currently remain unfilled. “The more highly-vetted law enforcement officers and veterans CBP can hire to protect our border, the better. This commonsense bill will ensure that bureaucratic hiring obstacles don’t hinder CBP’s critical border security and trade facilitation missions,” said Flake.


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Sen Sylvia Tenney Allen - "A House Divided." I stand with President Trump.  He was duly elected by the people and we need to allow him to govern.  It is impossible to know the truth about anything now days.  We are being manipulated and lied to on every side.  The motto of the Left is, "Doesn't matter what is true it only matters what people think is true." The major media is in bed with the Progressive/Left in destroying President Trump.  The only way he will weather this is for those of us who support the President to let our voices be heard.  We don't need to attack or be aggressive or contentious, just stand with a calm, firm voice of reason. What has happened to my beloved country? Where has the viciousness, total lack of respect and civility come from?  Once we were a united people, "One Nation under God." Now we are fractured into groups of diversity.  We cannot use inferior principles and think we will get a superior country. Communities divided against themselves cannot stand. I call for our national and state leaders to return to what united us in the past - we must have unifying principles that bind us together.  The Ten Commandments, the Constitution, and Declaration of Independence can unite us once again and bring back the protection, prosperity and liberty that once made us a great nation where individuals could succeed and realize their personal dreams. These Founding Documents are not the problem.  "All men are created equal" is truth, and it was the leaders of our nation and then the people who failed to live up to those truths in our founding documents. If we do not have a moral foundation then this country will blow in the wind and burn to ashes by the selfishness, unkindness, and lawlessness.  America can once again see those glory days if her people will embrace a new moral standard of love, forgiveness, and charity to all.  It begins with me.

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