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LD15 PC George Moriarty: Frosty, You wrote "You dragged your esteemed position down to the level of a Grade B movie.” 9-21-17-briefs I suggest the opposite. If Senator McCain’s position is at the level of a Grade B movie, he must have raised it.
The AFA Team: Thank you, Frosty and James Alberts for refusing to cover for Sen. McCain. 9-21-17-briefs It's time to put away the political correctness and let the facts speak. McCain sets a terrible example for our young people aspiring to go into public service. He needs to retire. Now!
LD30 PC Timothy Schwartz: Subject: Please write a letter in opposition today. See Supervisor Denny Barney’s letter I’m asking for an overwhelming response on this vital issue! Last November Democrat Adrian Fuentes won election as the head of Maricopa County Elections by being heavily funded with the money machine of George Soros. Having no prior experience or training on how to lead and manage this vital organization, Fuentes began gutting long established protocols and hiring "unknowns" from out-of-state. Checks and balances which established bipartisan oversight were removed. The revamping of our elections department was not something done with careful consideration over a long period of time. Rightly so, many have become skeptical and even alarmed at these radical changes! Will you please write a letter of concern to Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Denny Barney today? Public feedback will carry great weight on this important issue. We only have until the 22nd of this month to send our letters to the Chairman. See Supervisor Denny Barney Letter (Chairman Barney is a friendly Republican. Please be polite and respectful, yet firm...
Activist Francine Romesburg: DITTO Alice Lara’s statement here. 9-20-17-briefs Frosty you are Wonder Woman Plus all super heroes!
LD24 PC Tristan Manos - "The Forgotten PC" - Part 3: Here’s an important reminder for all Precinct Committeemen (i.e. all Precinct Captains, LD, County, and State Chairmen): The most important and powerful position in the Party is the PC, as the PCs elect everyone above or below them. The PCs in each Precinct elect the Precinct Captain. If and whenever any majority of PCs believes it’s for the overall good to replace the Precinct Captain, the PCs may elect a new Precinct Captain. One of the most fundamental rules in party politics is majority rule. The PCs in each county, by statute, get to elect, directly, by majority vote, a Chairman and the other Officers. If and whenever (subject to time restrictions in the Bylaws), a new majority believes it’s for the overall good to replace the Chairman, they may remove the current Chairman and elect a new Chairman. How many LD Chairmen realize there’s 0 (zero) official requirement in state statute for the LD Chairman position? Same goes for LD Committees. Majority rule also goes for the State Committee. The precinct committeemen elect the State Committeemen, who in turn elect the AZGOP Chairman (also a member of the RNC), who also elect the other AZGOP Officers. The PCs elects the AZGOP State Convention Delegates. Those Convention Delegates, in turn, elect the other two members of the RNC, the AZ National Committeeman and AZ National Committeewoman. The organizational chart is most always imagined to be upside-down, with the RNC at the top; the state committee below that; then the county committee; then the local committee; then—way, way down, ‘at the bottom’—the PCs (if they’re even represented, at all). To see the chart right side-up, ‘We the PCs’ must see the chart the other way around. The PCs are the Sovereign (‘Ultimate Ruler’) of the Party, being elected by the Republicans in their respective precincts.’ All of this, guided by and kept in check by Arizona Law and both AZGOP and MCRC Bylaws.” Contact: email@example.com Editor’s Note: See Manos The Forgotten PC Part 1 and Part 2 at 9-21-17-briefs
It’s Time To Make Your Reservations for the Oct 6-8 National Federation of Republican Assemblies (INFRA) Convention in Mesa. Register at NFRAconvention.eventbrite.com
AzRA President Jim O’Connor will be talking about the upcoming AZRA convention on Ron Harder’s Chi Town ExPat Show at 2 pm., Sat., Sept 23 on Central City Radio.
The Western Pinal County Chapter of AzRA will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Sept 25 at 408 N. Sacaton Street, Suite II, Casa Grande, AZ to hear Arizona Secretary Michele Reagan. Contact: AZRA President Nancy Hawkins firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
US Rep Martha McSally and Sens John McCain and Jeff Flake yesterday sent letters to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and International Boundary Water Commission (IBWC) calling on the agencies to address the unmitigated raw sewage flowing from Naco, Sonora, Mexico, which has been plaguing the cities of Naco, Arizona and Bisbee, Arizona for years. “This week I toured the sewage spill at the border in Naco and saw first-hand sewage flowing north from Mexico onto my constituents’ private lands and pooling dangerously close to drinking water sources,” said McSally. “It is simply unacceptable, and it must be stopped. I stand with Senator McCain and Senator Flake to call on the EPA and the IBWC to do their jobs and intervene. Sewage is flowing faster than the bureaucracies are responding. They need to speed up their solution.” Sewage overflows and broken collection mains in Mexico have caused untreated wastewater to flow north under the U.S. border fence and into Greenbush Draw in McSally’s district, near municipal water sources. Sewage has been pooling 300 yards from wells maintained by the Arizona Water Company, which provides drinking water to Bisbee. “This flow of sewage poses a health, safety, and economic risk to Arizona’s vulnerable border towns, and we are greatly concerned about the lack of response of the federal agencies tasked with the oversight of this issue,” wrote McSally, McCain and Flake. “Between the flooded farms of Naco, Arizona and the broken pipeline in Nogales, Arizona, it is clear to us that coordination and communication between federal organizations and the communities they serve must be improved.” See letter to the EPA and letter to the IBWC.
Gov. Doug Ducey, a member of the Governors Sportsmen’s Caucus, recently signed a proclamation celebrating National Hunting and Fishing Day, as well as recognizing the role that the state’s hunting and angling community plays as an economic driver. In addition, those who pledge to introduce someone to the outdoors between now and Saturday will be eligible to win a Richard Childress Racing VIP race weekend package or an outdoors getaway that includes a two-night stay in a log cabin at Big Cedar Lodge near Branson, Mo., several outdoor excursions and experiences, and passes to Johnny Morris’ new Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium. For more information, visit www.nhfday.org, or call (417) 225-1162.
With Roughly 100 Precision Weapons Dropped each day in Iraq and Syria as part of the U.S. Air Force's ongoing airstrikes in the Middle East, stockpiles of bombs and missiles are getting low. But until Congress can agree on a budget, the Pentagon cannot increase production, warns Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson. Read More Here
Congresswoman Martha McSally will be the keynote speaker at the 11 am, Fri., Sept 22 Dedication Ceremony of Arizona G&T Cooperatives’ new Apache Solar Project, 3525 N US Hwy 191 tomorrow. The Apache Solar Project will add 20 megawatts of renewable solar energy to their Cochise County energy portfolio. Arizona G&T Cooperatives provides energy to 400,000 individual residential, commercial, agricultural, and industrial member/consumers.
Arizona Trump Team COO/State Treasurer Jeff DeWit will thank volunteers at the Operation - #Make America Great Again (MAGA) Trump Supporters and Volunteers free continental breakfast between 9-11 am., Sat., Sept 23 at the McDowell Center, 16116 E McDowell Mountain Ranch Road, Scottsdale, 85255. Come for coffee, celebrate victory, make a difference, support President Donald Trump, win prizes. Contact Team Trump’s Lori Urban at 480-221-9633.
The Chips N Salsa Radio Talk Show welcomes back the Pray to End Abortion group, 40 Days for Life at 4 pm., Sat., Sept 23. Campaign Director Nancy Brady and Team Member Jolene Moler will bring Chipsters hosts George Ortiz and Alice Lara up to date on all things unborn. Don't forget the cocotaso of the week - who or what will it be? Contact Alice@ChipsNSalsaShow.com or 602 276-3959. Listen/watch via Facebook LIVE; www.CentralCityRadio.com KING FM; YOU TUBE search Sonia Salsa S. Gracias!
Tempe Republican Women are selling car oil changes as a fundraiser. Call or text Michael Stocker, 480- 406-0243 to schedule an oil change. All oil changes will be the cost of the supplies (oil & filter), plus $25. The $25 will go towards the fundraiser. Contact: President Jessica Merrow firstname.lastname@example.org
The 10 Year Anniversary Of The Pregnancy Care Center’s Fall Banquet is scheduled at 6 pm., Thurs., Oct 19 at the Compass Christian Church, 1825 S Alma School Road in Chandler with former abortion clinic owner Carol Everett. For details Click Here. To purchase tickets for a LD17 table, contact LD17 Chairman Moll at email@example.com
The Tempe Republican Women will elect new officers at their November meeting. All positions on the board will be open. To nominate anyone for office contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Click Here To Purchase LD17 tickets for their Glock 17 raffle.
AZ Heroes to Hometowns is again gather donations for Turkeys to Troops so military families can enjoy a traditional thanksgiving dinner. AZ Heroes to Hometowns is in need of 2,000 - $20 grocery gift cards or monetary donations for a turkey or ham to complete the food boxes for Thanksgiving. Donations of grocery gift cards and checks may be mailed to AZ Heroes to Hometowns, PO Box 31646, Mesa AZ 85275. Also, Pay-Pal may be used for donations; information can be located at www.azheroestohometowns.org. All donations labeled Turkey to Troops will be used for this project. Please consider helping the families that have done their part to fight for our freedom:
· $1,000 feeds 50 families
· $500 feeds 25 families
· $200 feeds 10 families
· $20 feeds 1 family
Contact founder Kathy Pearce at 480.330.1632 or email@example.com or
AZ H2H, P.O. Box 31646, Mesa, AZ 85275
The Fountain Hills Republican Club's first annual Gun Raffle ticket sales are 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 Glock 43. Drawing will be during at the Fountain Hills Republican Club picnic on Sat., Oct 21. You need not be present to win. Contact 2nd VP David Spelich or Secretary Boe James. Tickets will be available at all meetings and GOP Socials. Contact: Sec Boe James at FHRepublican@gmail.com
The Tucson Chapter of Gold Star Mothers need donations so they place a wreath on Tucson veteran family graves for the upcoming Christmas holidays. Donations can be made at www.wreathsacrossamerica.org Please enter the ID's.GROUP ID: AZ0007P and LOCATION ID: AZEGCT on your check and send to Wreaths Across America, PO Box 249, Columbia Falls, ME 04623.
Registration Is Open For Fountain Hills VFW Post 7507's annual fundraiser golf tournament to be held Saturday, November 18th at the Starfire Golf Course. Breakfast and lunch are included in the price of $95/player. Registration forms are available on the Post's Facebook page, at the Post Home at 9624 N Monterey Drive. They can also be obtained by contacting the Post at 480-836-5520 or VFW7507@yahoo.com.
The Center for Arizona Policy’s Fall Breakfast will be held Thurs., Nov 9 at the Embassy Suites in Scottsdale.
The “Pinal Republican Committee “Elephant Walk” Golf Tournament is scheduled Sat., Nov 18 at the Saddlebrooke Ranch Golf Club. Proceeds to benefit the Pinal County Republican Committee. Shotgun start at 8 am. Prizes, awards golf with lunch, space limited. $85 per golfer. $340 per team. Registration, luncheon and sponsorship form can be found on @PinalGOP Twitter page, dated Sept 7th or Contact Dan Culver -firstname.lastname@example.org or Cell 334-202-6458.
Arizona Republican Legislative District 22 has a new prize contest underway. "Only 300 $10 tickets are available and they are going fast. We have sold over 200 and we hope to announce a drawing for the four valuable prizes as soon as all 300 tickets are sold. Do not overlook that the First Prize has an MSRP of nearly $1000 and it also comes with 420 rounds of ammunition," according to First Vice Chair Glenn Haynes. FIRST PRIZE: Springfield Armory “SAINT” Carbine, 5.56 caliber complete with hard locking carrying case, two 30 round magazines, gun lock and 420 rounds of Federal ammunition in a metal ammo box. SECOND PRIZE: Training Class - Winner’s Choice of One of Three Classes: Concealed Carry Weapon (CCW) Permit (Valid in Arizona and 33 other states), Pistol Handling and Shooting Training or Carbine Tactical Training. THIRD PRIZE: $100 Travel Gift Certificate. FOURTH PRIZE: Lunch for Two. Contact Bill Gaddis (623) 695-3546 Or Glenn Haynes (714) 267-1693.
You Can Now Apply for hundreds of Maricopa County Community College Scholarships with just one application. The Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for the Spring 2018 semester. Scholarships are open Sept 1 through Oct 15, 2017. Foundation scholarships are privately funded opportunities open to all Maricopa Community Colleges students. Learn more: https://mcccdf.org/scholarships
The Arizona Citizens Defense League (AzCDL) is raffling off a Sig Sauer MCX Patrol rifle, chambered for 5.56 and outfitted with Sig Sauer's SRD 556 QD suppressor and Romeo4 red dot optics. Suggested retail for this package is over $3,200. AzCDL will pay the $200 NFA tax for the suppressor. Tickets are $10 each . A link to the raffle website along with instructions on how to buy tickets can be found on AzCDL's Raffle page.
GOP Data Training is offered for PCs every Thursday at GOP Headquarters, 3501 N 24th St in Phoenix. Contact Political Coordinator Kyle Pierce at Kyle.Pierce@azgop.org or call AZGOP HQ 602-957-7770 www.azgop.org
The Arizona 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.
The Arizona Summit on Volunteerism & Civic Engagement Workshop is asking for proposals for its Nov 2 & 3 session at the ASU West Campus in Glendale. Details: 2017 Summit Workshop Request for Proposal
LD 27 South Mountain GOP meets every 2nd Tuesday of the month at Mountain Gate 9629 S. 14th Avenue, Phoenix 85041. 6 pm - social hour . 7 pm meeting. Contact Chairman Brandon Jones at email@example.com www.SouthMountainGOP.com
The Arizona Federation of Republican Women’s Biennial Convention is scheduled Oct 27 & 28 in Mesa, featuring NFRW President Carrie Almond, AZGOP Chairman Jonathan Lines, Rachael Campo Duffy, Talk show host Terry Gilbert and author Jesse Romero.
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LD11 will meet Sept 22, according to Chairman Jeff McClure.
The Maricopa County Republicans Constitution Dinner celebrating the 230th anniversary of the US Constitution will be held at 6:15 pm., Fri., Sept 22 at the Perra Club, 1 E. Continental Drive in Tempe. Speakers - Arizona Supreme Court Judge Clint Bolick, AZ Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery. K-Star BBQ.
The Gov’ Advisory Council On Aging is conducting a Senior Action Day between 1-13 pm., Fri., Sept 22 at the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N La Montana Drive in Fountain Hills. See details at Senior Action Day Fountain Hills press release.pdf and Senior Action Day Fountain Hills press release.pdf Fountain Hills Republican Club Board member Davis Spelich is the Chair of the event. There will be free blood pressure checks and lots of other great things.
Sept 22 Is The Deadline for Precinct Committeeman (PCs) to give feedback to their county recorder on re-precinct lines redrawing. See recorder’s letter at www.recorder.maricopa.gov/electons/recprecincting.aspx
State Treasurer Jeff DeWit, COO of the Trump Team will be thanking volunteers at the Operation - #MAGA Trump Supporters and Volunteers continental breakfast between 9-11 am., Sat., Sept 23 at the McDowell Center, 16116 E McDowell Mountain Ranch Road, Scottsdale, 85255. Come for coffee, celebrate victory, make a difference, support President Donald Trump, win prizes. Contact Team Trump’s Lori Urban at 480-221-9633.
Pima County Republicans will host aLD10 non-partisan Meet and Green/Town Hall with Rep Todd Clodfelter, Rep Kirsten Engle and Sen David Bradley between 10 am and noon, Sat. Sept 23 at Miller Golf Link, 9640 E Golf Links Road in Tucson.
The Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officer Association (CSPOA) is having its first free emergency medical training class between 9-11 am., Sat., Sept 23, followed by a one hour radio communication training exercise. Bring your IFAK and Family Service Radio, ("Walkie Talkie" like you get from Cabela's). If you don't have an IFAK come and learn what it is and what to have in it. The training sessions will be held at the Paseo Verde Church, 7569 W Greenway Rd., Peoria, AZ 85381. Contact Randy Miller 623-866-3544.
Contract with America’s Veterans (CAV) needs volunteers to man its booth between 8 am-1 pm., at the Sept 23 Stand Up for Veterans at Glendale Community College Student Center, 6000 W Olive Ave, Glendale, AZ 85302. E-mail Chairman Alex Meluskey at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can cover for an hour or more. Free haircuts for veterans. Free lunch for veterans and their families. Learn about social services for veterans. Contributions to Contract with America's Veterans and Their Families
The Tea Party is going to Washington, DC Sept 23 to show the country their support for President Trump’s agenda, that they expect Republicans to keep their promises and that want “the Swamp” to reduce taxes, rolled back regulations and spending within people’s means. They are outraged that, after years of campaigning on repealing Obamacare, a handful of moderate Republic killed the repeal efforts a few weeks ago and they are tired of the mainstream media doing everything possible to derail President Trumps agenda. RSVP To This Event.
The Arizona Citizens Defense League’ (AzCDL) annual meeting tickets can be purchased for $25 until Sat., Sept 24. Starting Sept 25 the tickets price jumps to $30 for the Oct 21 meeting at the University Park Marriott in Tucson. The meeting is open to AzCDL members and their guest only. See details website Speaker – David T. Hardy, an ardent defender of the Second Amendment. Contact Fred at email@example.com.
The Tempe Republican Women will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Sept 25 at the Pyle Center, 655 E Southern Ave. in Tempe. ASU Profressor Donald Critchlow will address “Cultural Quicksand: Republicans Beware!” RSVP: TempeRepublicanWomen/events/ Contact: President Jessica Merrow firstname.lastname@example.org
The Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officer Association, (CSPOA) will meet at 7 pm., Tues., Sept 26 at Paseo Verde Church, 7569 W Greenway Road in Peoria to learn about the Muslim Brotherhood in America and the serious threat they pose to our country and our national security. This is an introduction to address just how entrenched they have become in our society and government. This is a lead into a three-hour follow up presentation to be conducted on a Sat, Sept 30. This presents you with the chronological order; with facts supported by evidence presented in court. Doors open at 6:30. Bring a friend, neighbor, relative or co-worker that has the same concerns and frustrations about where our country is heading. People need to turn off the TV and get informed and involved. Contact Randy Miller (623) 866-3544
LD17 will start PC training at 6 pm., Tues., Sept 26, followed by their regular business meeting at 7 pm., where Earl Taylor will address the Constitution and its relevance to work of PCs. He meeting is scheduled in the Heritage Chapel, RM 140, Tri-City Baptist Church, 2211 W Germann Road, Chandler, AZ.
The Fountain Hills GOP Social at the Fireside Grill inside the Lexington Hotel, 12800 N Saguaro Blvd, FH 85268 will start at 6 pm., Tues., Sept 26. NO Speeches, no reservations, no host bar/drinks (with optional food) in a friendly social atmosphere at a local bar/restaurant. Everyone is welcome. The last GOP Social of 2017 will be next month on October 24th. Contact: Sec Boe James at FHRepublican@gmail.com
The Maricopa County Recorder’s Office is holding a National Voter Registration Day event in Fountain Hills between 9:30 am and 4 pm., Tues, Sept 26 at the Fountain Hills Town Hall, 16705 E Avenue of the Fountains in Fountain Hills. . This is an excellent opportunity to see the new voter check in process that will be utilized in upcoming jurisdictional elections. Voter education on the new process for voting which will be utilized in the upcoming FH jurisdictional elections for School District, M&O override 15%, and electing a new person for Sanitary District. There will be one screen for checking in at Ballot Centers for a Demo, and short speeches about Ballot on Demand and Reprecincting. Contact: LD23 PC Gina Swoboda email@example.com
LD4 and the Estrella Republican Club will meet at 7 pm., Sept 27 at Estrella Foothills H.S. 13033 S. Estrella Pkwy with speakers Clint Hickman, Maricopa County Supervisor and Aaron Flannery, First Vice Chairman, Maricopa County Republican Party. They will also discuss the recall effort of Liberty Schools Board members led by PC Mike Todd. Contact: Richard Newcomer, LD4 Chr --623-398-5638.
Tempe Republican Women will host a Zoyo Yogurt Fundraiser between 5-9 pm., Thurs., Sept 28 at Ray/Rural Road. 20% of the proceeds go to the TRW. Contact: President Jessica Merrow firstname.lastname@example.org
The Republican Club of Green Valley/Sahuarita is hosting a Republican Roundup BBQ, featuring speaker Jeff DeWit, State Treasurer and Chief Operating Officer for the 2016 Trump campaign in Arizona, and meet US Senate candidate Kelli Ward at 5 pm., Sat., Sept 30 at the Cow Palace in Amado, AZ. $35 per person. $30 for RCGV/S members. No host bar. Tickets – Send Check To RCGV/S INC., P.O. Box 831, Green Valley, AZ 85622. Questions - contact President Jim Stone 520-336-8495 email@example.com or Kay Kohler firstname.lastname@example.org 520-904-9103. For membership contact Vinnie 907-3367)
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