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The AzRA East Valley Chapter will NOT meet at 6 pm., Fri, June 2, according to Pres Gene Dufoe firstname.lastname@example.org
Word from the Maricopa County Recorders office is that the June “Get Involved Orientation” classes are already filled. Reports say that lots of Democrat PCs have filled the classes. Where was the GOP on this one? If it weren’t for LD23 PC Gina Swoboda alerting fellow PCs, it would have slipped by unnoticed. 5-20-17 Briefs archives 450 people have signed up within 3-5 days for each session (150) per class, according to Peg Kragie of the Recorder’s office. Briefs will try to keep you informed when/if more classes are offered. Keep in mind that they need equal Republicans to ensure integrity of the elections.
LD23 PC Gina Swoboda: Update on Orientation Sessions - “The July 8th Orientation has 38 seats left if anyone would like to pass the link along. get-involved-orientation-session-july-registration. Thank you so much everybody! The Democrats are heavily funded and energized by their epic loss. I know they stand no chance against us when we stay engaged in the process.”
A “Famous Firsts” Fund Raising Reception for Congresswoman Martha McSally was held last night at the University Club of Phoenix featuring First Lady Angela Ducey, Mary Peters, Ambassador Barbara Barrett, Betsey Bayless, Brenda Burns, Lisa James and Kim Owens. The host committee consisted of Pam & Scott Colley, Ruann Ernst and Bill Riffle, Jane & Doug Fulton, Kathleen & John Graham, Randy & Ken Kendrick, Lynn Londen, Jackie Norton and Ken Roth.
Texas Roadhouse's Efforts to support America's Mighty Warriors (AMW) on Mondays have been so successful that the restaurant has decided to keep it going every week at the Surprise location, 14175 W. Grand Avenue, Surprise, AZ 85374. 10% of your food order will be donated to AMW, but only if you mention it to your server. Veterans get $1 off their early dine and 30% off their meal after 5pm. No coupons are allowed as part of the program. 623-584-8855 or www.americasmightywarriors.org
The National Council of La Raza (NCLR)’s annual conference will be held July 8-11 in the Convention Center in Phoenix featuring Phoenix Suns head coach Earl Waston, prize winning journalist Sandra Guzman, Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone, and 2016 US Olympic gold medalist Laurie Hernandez.
Newscaster And Former Arizona Congressman J D Hayworth spoke at the High Point, NC graduation (where he graduated) activities last night.
The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am., Sat., June 3 with Lisa Fink, the eight year chairman of AZ Constitutional Commemoration Committee and a founders and board president of Choice Academies, Inc., a charter school organization. SCW meets in the Quail Rm of the SCW Foundation Bldg. 8 am., coffee/donuts. $2 donation to help defray room rental. All Republicans welcome. www.GOP.scwclubs.com
The Paradise Republican Women’s Patriotic Flag Day Recognition Brunch with Barbara Hatch, the executive program director founder of Veterans Heritage Project, is scheduled at 10 am., Sat., June 10 at Gainey Golf Club, 6700 E Gainey Club Drive in Scottsdale. Social – 9:30 am, 11 am – brunch. “Martha Washington” and “Nanthanael Greene” will also make special appearances. $28 per ticket. RSVP Online & Pay at the Door. Contact: Ardith Hildebrant at (480) 861-7170.
American for Prosperity Foundation – AZ will host a free buffet dinner and policy talk between 6-8 pm., Fri., June 2 about regulatory reform at their Phoenix Field Office, 3835 N. 32nd Street, Suite 7, Phoenix, AZ 85018. This event, the latest in a series of monthly "It's Working Arizona" policy events, will feature Jon Riches, the Goldwater Institute's director of national litigation. Riches will discuss several important reforms enacted recently by Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Legislature, including the Goldwater Institute's Right to Earn a Living reform, which requires regulatory agencies to demonstrate that their regulations actually serve to protect public health and safety before they can block individuals from entering their chosen professions. These reforms, passed in the face of strong opposition from bottleneckers and their paid lobbyists, will help would-be Arizona entrepreneurs earn a living and create value for consumers. No admission fee. RSVP to Tom Jenney, Senior Legislative Advisor APF- AZ email@example.com
The Colorado River Tea Party is planning a noon to 3 pm., Sat., June 24 “Support America First Rally” at Joe Henry Memorial Park, 23rd Ave. & Colorado St, in Yuma. LD13 legislators Don Shooter, Darin Mitchell, and Steve Montenegro , city and county officials will be invited, along with 2018 candidates. Bring chairs, signs and US flags.
Donations Are Needed to help with the 100th birthday celebration for long-time conservative Jeanne Tirpak in the Wickenburg Community Center on July 15. Collections cans are placed at Lydia’s Restaurant, The Mecca and Fast Mart. Tirpak, a colorful, long-time resident, is well recognized for her patriotic costumes, walking all over town – including the full length of the Gold Rush Days Parade a year or so ago. The retired veteran is also known for her outspoken patriotism and grit, including bending the ear of any politician that shows up in Wickenburg.
The Paradise Republican Women are joining in the National Federation of Republican Women’s “The Future Is So Bright That We Have To Wear Shades!” to their June meetings. Photos will be taken and added to the collection of pictures from Federated clubs from all over the nation. See details at www.NFRW.org
Warren Turns Her Fire On Devos Sen. Elizabeth Warren (R-Mass.) is setting her sights on Betsy DeVos, the wealthy Republican donor who has become a lightning rod for the liberal grassroots as President Trump’s secretary of Education.
The Arizona Federation of Republican Women’s State Convention is scheduled Oct 26-28 at the Mesa Hilton. Those wishing to be delegates should contact their club presidents for details.
Following President Trump's Decision To Withdraw From The Paris Climate Agreement, The Dow, S&P And Nasdaq Closed At Record Highs… Wall-Street-Hits-Record-Highs-As-Economy-Seen-Accelerating
The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 Pm, Mon., June 5 at 3375 E Shea Blvd #2 in Phoenix featuring “The True Story Of The Star Spangled Banner.” They’ll also address Larry Elder’s radio interview of MSNBC’s Chris Matthews “Hard Ball” Fake News. Chairman Ron Ludders 602-677-1496.
The Fountain Hills Republican Club will meet at 9 am., Sat., June 17 to hear Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery at the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N LaMontana Dr. Meet & Greet/social period: 8:30 am. Everyone welcome. Bring friends and neighbors as guests. All elected officials and candidates are given a short opportunity to speak. Contact Boe James at FHRepublican@gmail.com
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.
Celebrate Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s 85th Birthday with "A Gathering Of Friends" Wednesday, June 14, between 5-8 p.m., at the Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas, 6333 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85259, hosted by Dave & Liza Alcorn, Cindy Love, Alex & Robert Meluskey, and Tom & Kris Morrissey. RSVP to Liz500sl@gmail.com by June 8th.
LD30 will meet with Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio at 7 pm., Mon., June 12 at the First United Methodist Church, 7102 N 58th Dr (Fellowship Hall), Glendale, AZ 85301. Contact: Chair Brett Sexton firstname.lastname@example.org or First Vice Chair Timothy Schwartz email@example.com
LD30 will host a 1 pm., Sat., July 8 “Big Mesquite Smoked Brisket BBQ” with Congressman Trent Franks at the First United Methodist Church, 7102 N 58th Dr (Fellowship Hall), Glendale, AZ 85301. RSVP required to First Vice Chair Timothy Schwartz firstname.lastname@example.org so they have ample food.
The Fountain Hills GOP Social is scheduled at 6 pm., Tues., June 27 at the Fireside Grill, Lexington Hotel, 12800 N Saguaro Blvd, FH 85268. NO Speeches, no reservations, no host bar/drinks. Everyone is welcome. The GOP Socials will continue throughout the summer. Bring a friend or neighbor. For more information, contact Boe James at FHRepublican@gmail.com or visit the Republican Club's website at http://www.FountainHillsRepublicanClub.org or check out Fountain Hills Republican Club on Facebook.
The Yavapai County Republican Committee invites you to “A Night with the Eagles” featuring “South of Winslow” between 5-8 pm, Sat., July 15 at the Stone Ridge Golf Club. $40 per person. Tickets must be purchased in advance at www.yavagop.org or eaglesgop.eventbrite.com or call YCRC HQ at 928-776-4500. Bring a chair or blanket for an evening of BBQ, friends and music.
Sally Kizer, Chairman of the Colorado River Tea Party, could use a couple of BBQ cooks, a set up and clean-up crew, and helpers to serve food at the CRTP’s June 24 “Support America First Rally” in Yuma. Donations welcome. Volunteers should contact Kizer at 928-210-1219 or email@example.com
The Annual Fountain Hills Republican Club Picnic And Republican Rally will be held Sat, Oct 21st. All elected officials and 2018 candidates are invited to participate.
Bill Gates, District 3 Maricopa County Supervisor will host a “County Coffee” between noon and 2 pm., Tues., June 20 for New River / Desert Hills / Anthem Area constituents at the Daisy Mountain Fire Department, 43814 N New River Road in New River, AZ 85087. (602) 506-7349 District3@mail.maricopa.gov
Grassroots Conservative Activists are being “called to action” to attend the 9:30 am., Thur., June 22 Clean Elections Commission meeting to testify and encourage the Commissioners to put a stop to clean elections candidates donating taxpayers monies to the Democratic Party. The meeting is scheduled at the CCRC Meeting Room, 1616 W Adams, Phoenix AZ 85007. (602) 364-3477. See:
JD Hayworth Is Back: ‘JD Hayworth on Newsmax TV’ will be seen weekdays from 7-9am, AZ Time. Prism TV carries THE channel. Watch on your computer www.newsmaxtv.com
Former LD23 Chairman Jim O’Connor’s “Resolution Opposing National Popular Vote Compact” can be viewed or downloaded at https://jimoconnorazgop.com/npv-presentation/
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Graham County Republican Meeting 12:00 PM Manor House, 415 E. U.S. Hwy 70, Safford, AZ 85546.
The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am., St., June 3 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation, 14465 R. H. Johnson Blvd., Sun City West to hear Lisa Fink, chairman of the AZ Constitutional Commemoration Committee for eight years. She is one of the founders and board president of Choice Academies, Inc., a charter school organization and is part of the Mommy Lobby seeking to remove Common Core and assisted in the writing of the National Common Core Standards System which articulated the problems with Common Core in Arizona. Coffee/donuts at 8a m., $2 donation to help refray room rental costs. All Republicans in Sun City West, Sun City, Surprise and surrounding communities are welcome to attend. Contact: 623-546-3753. No July or August meetings; resume in September.
Congresswoman Martha McSally will host a jobs fair between 10 am -3 pm., Sat., June 3 at Sahuaro High School, 545 N Camino Seco in Tucson. The jobs fair, which is open to the public, will include representatives of employers from throughout Southern Arizona. Employers participating include Raytheon Missile Systems, GEICO, Jim Click Automotive, TARGET, Honeywell, The University of Arizona, Customs and Border Protection, the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System, Hydronalix, Tucson Unified School District, Pima County, Tucson Airport Authority, Goodwill Southern Arizona, and more. No prior registration is need for job-seekers. Individuals with questions or employers interested in participating should call McSally’s Tucson district office at 520-881-3588.
Cochise County Republicans – 4 pm, Cochise County GOP HQ, 325 W. Fry Blvd. Sierra Vist, AZ 85635.
The Lincoln Republican Women will meet at 5:30 pm., Mon., June 5 at the Millennium Resort Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 North Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale for dinner and to hear Mark Spencer, the Arizona Southwest Projects Coordinator for Judicial Watch, and Brian Seitchik, Trump Campaign Director for Arizona. Meet/greet at 5:30 pm., 6 pm- mtg, 6:20 pm - dinner, 7 pm - program. Spouses invited. $35 per person. Reservation checks to Patricia Kaufman, 7436 E Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250 or contact her at 480-368-2777 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Maricopa County Republican Committee - 7 pm, Arizona Republican Party, 3501 N. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016 .
Commissioner Andy Tobin plans water workshops June 8, June 12, June 15 July 25, July 27 and July 28 that address responsible water policy for Arizona. See Commission’s website at www.azcc.gov and click eDocket. The docket number is WS-00000A-17-0094. All the workshops will take place at the Arizona Corporation Commission at 1200 W. Washington Street in Phoenix at 10 am. The workshops will also be live online at www.azcc.gov.
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Congressman Trent Franks: Following the announcement of President Trump signing a waiver to postpone moving the Israeli embassy to Jerusalem for six months, Franks said: "As chair of the Israel Allies Caucus, I am extremely disappointed in President Trump’s decision to delay moving our embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. It is my sincerest hope to meet with the President’s advisors soon to discuss the plan moving forward.”
Congressional Western Caucus Chairman Paul A. Gosar: “I am thrilled by President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement. It is high time that we do away with this unconstitutional treaty negotiated by former President Obama,” said Gosar. “Withdrawing from the agreement shows the American people and the world that he means business, follows through on his promises, and puts America first. From the American Energy Independence Executive Order to repealing a multitude of onerous rules and regulations, President Trump and his Administration have already made excellent progress to roll back Obama’s attack on affordable energy. Ringing up with a price tag of nearly a trillion dollars a year to reduce the average global temperature by one third of one degree, this bad investment defied commonsense with embarrassing returns. I don’t care what shade of lipstick you put on this pig, at the end of the day it’s still a pig and I’m glad to see this out of touch pipedream put out to pasture once and for all.” Gosar is supported by Chairman Emeritus Rep. Steve Pearce (NM-02), Chief Defense and Interior Officer Rep. Chris Stewart (UT-02), Chief Infrastructure and Forestry Officer Rep. Bruce Westerman (AR-04) and Western Caucus members Rep. Tom Emmer (MN-06), Rep. Brian Babin (TX-36), Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01), Rep. Andy Biggs (AZ-05), Rep. Doug Lamborn (CO-05), Rep. Liz Cheney (WY-At Large), and Rep. Ralph Abraham M.D. (LA-05).
Congressman Andy Biggs: “This afternoon, President Trump followed through on another significant promise to the American people by removing the nation from the Paris Climate Agreement. This agreement was the capstone of the Obama administration’s attempt to circumvent the constitutional powers of Congress and the antithesis of job creation and American energy production. By withdrawing from the agreement, President Trump has signaled to foreign powers and bureaucrats that the United States will not be subject to unattainable and unproductive environmental standards that will have a detrimental effect on hard-working Americans and do not come with a guarantee of compliance from other nations. I applaud President Trump for his forward thinking, commitment to his promises, and protection of American sovereignty.”
Congresswoman Martha McSally announced that her office is accepting nominations for the second annual Southern Arizona Congressional First Responder of Distinction Award. The award recognizes local, county, state, and federal first responders—fire, police, and emergency medical personnel—in the Second District who go above and beyond to serve Southern Arizona.
“Our first responders selflessly serve our communities and keep up safe day in and day out,” said McSally. “They put their lives on the line during emergencies, provide assistance whenever needed, keep our border secure, and save lives. This award is meant to honor them for their commitment, integrity, duty, and servant leadership. I hope you will join me by nominating candidates for recognition.” A panel of first responders and community members will review the nominations to determine award winners. All winners and nominees will be recognized at a ceremony on July 10, 2017 at the Public Safety and Emergency Services Institute (4355 East Calle Aurora, Tucson). Qualified nominees must:
- Be honorably serving in the local, county, state or federal law enforcement agency or fire department
- Demonstrate a commitment to serving their community through their professions or through volunteerism or other civic duties
- Demonstrate the perseverance and determination necessary to execute difficult tasks while still exhibiting a spirit of excellence in all they do
Nominations can be dropped off to the Tucson or Sierra Vista office or submitted by email to Lindsay.Dearing@mail.house.gov or fax at (520) 322-9490. The deadline for nominations is Friday, June 23, 2017. Nomination forms and details HERE.
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