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LD13 Election Postponed: A One Word Error In The LD13 Call Letter for the election of a new chairman and a new second vice chairman left some LD13 PCs confused late last week as to whether they would have the election tonight. The official Call Letter signed by First Vice Chairman Matthew King and distributed on Dec 1 by the US mail, lists an errant day for the meeting. Friday morning (Dec 8) former LD13 chairman Robert Branch pointed out to LD13 Secretary Karri King and Matthew King that “… your ‘Official Call Notice’ that you sent out to all LD13 PC has an error in it” that could void the election if contested. The ‘Official Call Notice’ errantly states that the meeting is on Mon., Dec 12 while the meeting was actually scheduled Tues., Dec 12. A Special meeting requires a 10 day notification to all LD13 PCs, according to the bylaws.
The election is required since former LD13 Chairman Ben Boon resigned when he took a job in another state. Then former 2VC Michael Carbone resigned to run for the chairmanship. Both vacancies were announced at LD13’s October meeting.
While PCs aware of the call letter error waited for an e-mail directive, (which is the routine LD13 communications pipeline), Mathew King posted a Sunday morning Facebook cancellation of the Dec 12 meeting that reads: “The December Special Meeting call letter was sent with an error (day of the meeting), which makes the call letter invalid. In order to fully comply with the bylaws, the meeting is being rescheduled. A new call letter will be send out ASAP (no later than 10 days from the new meeting date). I appreciate your understanding and patience as we work through this error.”
Late yesterday afternoon, an LD13 PCs inquiring about the lack of communications on the Dec 12 meeting, growled, “Nobody reads Facebook.”
Editor’s Note: Nominee letters of intent were due on Nov 28 to the Nominating Committee Chair according to a Nov 19 e-mail to LD13 PCs from Secretary Karri King. However, the secretary’s Nov 19 e-mail doesn’t provide PCs with the Nominating Committee Chair’s name or contact information (e-mail or phone number), consequently PCs were wondering who the candidates are. On Thur., Dec 7 Briefs sent an e-mail to the 1 VC Matthew King requesting a list of nominees for the two vacancies. As of post time this morning, Briefs has received no response to the request for the candidate nominees for chair and second vice chairman positions. - ft
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Editor’s Note: Please keep opinion pieces to 400 words.
Tom Morrissey Past Chairman AZ GOP: I want to salute John Strasser for the excellent work he does in helping to get the word out to the faithful, along with the always remarkable Frosty Taylor as they produce the MCRC Briefs. Another reason for this salute, that many of you don't know about was his generosity in cleaning up the virus ridden server at Republican party Headquarters during my term there. He volunteered his time and expertise and received not one dime in payment. His efforts paid off in a dramatic fashion as all of our problems with the Internet completely disappeared after he performed a mammoth task. John is a perfect example of the talent and dedication the Lord has provided in times of need. Thank you John. Editor’s Note: Strasser deserves very word of praise. Briefs, too, is very grateful for all the invaluable volunteer computer work and advice he offers in keeping the system operational. –ft
Fountain Hills Activist Nancy Plencner: Trent Franks has chosen to step aside. Regardless of why, the seat is open and we understand the Governor will be calling for a special election. At least with an election District 8 voters will have a shot at picking Frank's replacement. Hopefully it will not be someone who is part of the political system such as a current or former elected official who wants to work their way "up the food chain", or for heaven's sake a lobbyist who is guaranteed to do nothing to help President Trump drain the swamp. How about this? Might there be among us an Arizonan in the district who can step away from their day to day job, activities, or become un-retired for a few years in order to serve the people and the interest of Arizona? This is the formula that our founding fathers envisioned, citizens lending their talents and skills to govern their Country, serving for a short while and then returning to their homes, farms and businesses. Only in modern day America have we coined the term Career Public Service which in John Conyer's (D) Mi case spanned 50 plus years!! Good grief, the guy was a Congressman when I was a newlywed in 1964. And that is why he was able to get away with what he did for so long; as Minority Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, "Conyer's is an Icon"! He had become untouchable, the poster child for all that is wrong with Congress. So come on people, look in the mirror and ask that reflection if he/she is willing to make the effort to leave albeit it gorgeous Arizona for the Swamp called DC. Don't pass the buck or think that an everyday American couldn't do the job; if left to the professional politicos nothing will change as they serve to rack up more power and amass larger and larger retirements!
Political Activist Lolly Hathhorn: I was saddened by the resignation of Trent Franks since I have always thought of him as being quite level-headed. It seems that people have to watch every word and nuance for fear of being put in the position that he has been put in. It is also sad looking back and the Republicans not doing what was supposed to be done (impeach Clinton) when he lied to Congress and had so many transgressions! Holier than Thou does not fit the DemocRATS nor the Swamp Republicans. Let’s get working on what is good for the citizens of the U.S. and stop posturing for the press. I do not find it interesting to say the least. One thing for sure, my President Trump did not go to Washington to line his pockets! Most everyone else in Congress is bought and paid for. Not saying ALL, but it seems to be almost all. Go in middle class and come out in the top one percent! Now why did I not think of that when I was younger? The Swamp needs to be drained and not let good folks get sent home by the likes of Speakers Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell! My two cents for the day.
GOP Consultant Constantin Querard, “Let’s Just Say If I Don’t Have A Candidate In This Race, My Feelings Are Going To Be Hurt,” referring to the CD8 race to replace former Congressman Trent Franks.
Carole Joyce: I see Debbie Lesko as the winner of Trent’s seat ! She’s a Woman…has state name recognition. She's a winner! She’s not one of these “Also-Rans”. She has sponsored meaningful legislation and has an excellent command of the issues. She is well respected even by moderate and liberal Republicans. Time for another WOMAN in Congress in Arizona !
Bill Beard, CD2 Member at Large: Why does the State of Arizona conduct Hand Count Audits at the end of each election? The Arizona founders understood the same lesson of human history as the authors of the US Constitution did. Human beings are flawed. Despite our best intentions some of us will make mistakes. Some of us will be tempted to tip the scale to favor our side over another. The purpose of the hand count is to hold the folks that conduct an election be held accountable for the results. In other words there is a way to independently verify the results. Without this fundamental ability to check the power of the election officials who’s to say who really won? Do we just trust the better nature of those in charge? Our system of government was designed to ensure that should someone with nefarious intentions gain access to power there would always be someone looking over their shoulder. Stalin is purported to have been more concerned with who was counting than how many were voting.
Sunlight they say is the best disinfectant. The purpose of my Resolution is to restore this simple means of ensuring that the elections within the Republican Party and by extension All elections have some means of verifying the result. We have all watched some of the shenanigans of some Arizona election officials in recent years. Do we want oversight or do we simply want to trust them to do the right thing? I believe the founders of this country had a different idea about this. In our haste to get the quickest results do we trade off accountability? I think not. I ask the State Committeemen of Arizona to support this Resolution and the By-Law change regarding this matter at the January meeting. As of this morning Southeast Arizona is in full support of this Resolution. LD 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 and 14 have all voted in support, many unanimously. Editor’s Note: See Beard’s “Proposed Election Resolution” For AZGOP Mandatory Meeting in the 12-8-17 Briefs
Russell Sias, La Paz Republican County Chair - WE ARE BEING DUPED! PART 2: Did any of you catch the violation of our bylaws, shortly after Chairman Jonathan Lines appointed a new chairman for the Resolutions Committee? You didn’t? Well, READ our bylaws? If you didn’t catch it, then, GO READ the bylaws again!
The Resolution bylaw:...H. Resolutions - 1. Resolutions Committee -- .The state chairman shall appoint a resolutions committee for each statutory organizational and mandatory meeting. The committee shall consist of one member from each county with population under 500,000 and one member from each legislative district in counties with populations over 500,000; each recommended by the respective county or district chairman.
2 Procedures -- Proposed resolutions, other than memorial, may be no more than 250 words long and must be submitted 45 days before the scheduled state party meeting in order to be considered by the resolutions committee. The committee may initiate, recommend, modify or reject any resolution. Since the committee's purpose is to give the full assembly the benefit of its complete debate and mature judgment, motions to table or to close or limit debate will not be allowed. All resolutions submitted to the committee shall be sent with the committee's recommendations and vote count to each state committeeman with the notice of call of the meeting….”
Let me point out the infraction. NOWHERE in this bylaw, does it limit a resolution submitter to being a state committeeman. Again, Russia’s Putin could submit a resolution! So, where did the requirement that has now been added that states only state committeemen can submit a resolution? Since when do our state party leaders get to create their personal bylaws? The better question may be why leadership would bother to invent this restriction, and why would Chairman Lines tolerate rate this obvious violation of our bylaws?
The best question, is why we, that’s you and I, put up with a state leadership that routinely violate our bylaws? What’s the point of a bylaws committee, if our leadership ignores our bylaws? Another thought: Do you think it’s right that a resolution committee should have the right to simply trash a resolution? Well, maybe the bylaws committee will fix some of these issues. Oh, wait! Nobody knows who’s on the committee! We can’t even ask! What’s with that? Read our bylaws yet? They're at: http://az.gop/, Stay tuned for We are being Duped! Part 3.
Editor’s Note: Please keep announcement at 400 words. Longer announcements subject to editing to conform. - ft.
Conservative State Senator Steve Montenegro is a candidate in the special election to fill the CD8 seat recently vacated by Congressman Trent Franks. “When I spoke with Congressman Franks he stressed the many critical battles being fought in Congress and asked if I would consider changing from the Secretary of State’s race to run for Congress. My wife and I prayed on it and concluded that there was no place in this country more in need of principled conservative blood than the U.S. Congress. With the full support of my friends and family, I am a candidate for the United States Congress, and I will continue the fight for liberty, a strong national defense, the restoration of fiscal sanity, a growth-centered economic policy, respect for human life, secure borders and an end to illegal immigration, and a government that must be returned to the people.”
Montenegro has been regularly recognized as a Hero/Champion of the Taxpayer by Americans for Prosperity. He led the effort to pass the largest tax cuts in Arizona history and played a key role in digging the state out of one of the worst deficits in the nation. He also has been a committed advocate for increasing transparency in government and sponsored legislation that allows Arizona taxpayers to see how their tax-dollars are spent. Montenegro has consistently earned top grades from pro-family, pro-life, pro-taxpayer, and pro-Constitution groups. He voted for SB1070 and other efforts to stop illegal immigration and secure our borders, and he has earned an A+ rating from the NRA.
Montenegro will resign from the State Legislature effective December 15th so that his seat can be filled for the start of the January Legislative. “The people of my district deserve a full-time Senator and it will be impossible to give the race and my legislative office the attention they both deserve. It has been the honor of my lifetime to serve for nine years in the Arizona Legislature and I’m proud of the success we have had. It is time to help President Trump save the United States of America!”
Montenegro and his wife Melissa have one daughter and live in Goodyear. He is a former assistant teacher at Arizona Charter Academy and Superior School in Surprise. He is a Minister at Surprise Apostolic Church and has worked as Franks District Representative. He is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and an Associate of Arts in Theology. He has served on the advisory boards for GOPAC, Arizona Charter Academy and the RSLC Future Majority Project and is currently a trustee of Arizona Christian University.
Southern Arizona native Sergio Arellano will announce his candidacy for CD3 at 1 pm today at a Casa de Cambio and WhataBurro sponsored event at 4876 S 12th Ave., in Tucson. Arellano, an Army veteran, who currently serves residents in southern Arizona as a liaison for Pima County Supervisor Steve Christy, has spent his entire adult life in public service. From the battle field to the boardroom, Arellano says he has fought with integrity and determination. Arellano said his fellow veterans have urged him to consider seeking the Republican Party’s nomination in CD3. In his campaign to draft Arellano, Army Specialist (ret.) Alexis Jacquez Gamez said, “The people of southern Arizona deserve a strong leader, who understands what it takes to fight in the trenches. Sergio was an infantryman just like I was, and he knows what it’s like to take the oath. He knows what it means to stand up for the Constitution. To protect and defend something valuable. He won’t be afraid to take on tough topics and special interests. He will not disappear, like others have, if he should run and win.”
Phoenix Conservative Republican Activist Rob Haney told The Wanderer he thought the Democratic Party’s negative influence in California factored into the trial verdict on the Steinle case. “California has become the showcase for the Democrat Party’s destruction of western civilization’s core values,” Haney said, adding that the verdict on “a frequently deported illegal alien was to be expected in the California system of injustice. The Democrats have complete control of all the avenues of power in the state. The news media, entertainment industry, and universities are also controlled by an overwhelmingly left-wing hierarchy. Because of the radical-left indoctrination received by the residents of California, the Steinle trial would have had to have been moved to a flyover state for justice to have prevailed. A sanctuary state like California is going to protect the illegal alien in all circumstances. Their population now demands it.” Editor’s Note: Haney is a past chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee.
President Donald Trump Memorabilia collectors/supporters will find “President Trump’s First Christmas” ornaments a “must have” this season. GOP activist and Trump supporter Marsha Hill at started hand making and selling the ornaments at a Fourth of July GOP event a year ago and they have been going like hot cakes ever since. Although she currently has them on her Christmas tree, she displays them year around in her home. The small two-inch bells cost $7; the larger four inch bell is $15. She said the snow globes are the biggest sellers. To contact Hill about the ornaments, text her at 310-874-8741.
And Speaking Of Christmas Items, long-time Arrowhead Republican Womens’ Jan Martinson is closing out the GOP jewelry line that has been the club’s fundraiser for years. For reduced priced pendants, pins, earrings, etc, contact Martinson at email@example.com
LD21 Is Raffling Off 1000 rounds of 9mm Lugar ammo at $5 a ticket; a maximum 150 will be sold. The package will be drawn at the Dec 21 Christmas party. Contact Michael Kleving at 520-820-1454 or any LD 21 officer to get tickets.
The AzCDL Drawing for a Thompson 1927A-1 "Tommy Gun" is Dec 15. Tickets are $10. click here for a link to the raffle website. A link to the raffle website along with instructions on how to buy tickets can be found on AzCDL's Raffle page.
A Caller Wonders if former AZGOP Robert Graham plans to become Constantin Querard aka “CQs” clone since Graham is listed as the campaign manager for LD18 House candidate Farhana Shifa.
Former legislator Ron Gould was on KNTR's "speak out" program at noon yesterday from Lake Havasu City.
The Coveted Arizona Chapter Of Americans For Prosperity “Jackalope” awards will be presented to legislator and official the AFP believes has done the most to defend liberty this year. Awards will also be presented to other volunteer activists between 6-8 pm., Sat., Dec 16 at Christ Lutheran School in Phoenix where a free buffet dinner will be served. Please RSVP so AFP can order enough food for all attendees. The Pima Count awards dinner is scheduled Mon., Jan 15, according to Tom Jenney, AFP Senior Legislative Advisor firstname.lastname@example.org
The Arrowhead Republican Women will host AZGOP Chairman Jonathan Lines at their Wed., Jan 10, 2018 luncheon Briarwood Country Club , 20800 N. 135th Ave, Sun City West. Registration begins at 10:45am, meeting starts promptly at 11:30am. Cost is $20 payable at the door. Reservations are required; via our www.arrowheadrw.weebly.com or by contacting Lezlee Alexander at 602-354-5224.
The Arizona AMERICAN African Republican Committee will NOT meet in December, according to Chairman Rev Clyde Bowen. They will resume meeting Thursday, Jan 25, 2018 at AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St., in Phoenix. Bowen will contact members about the Jan 1, 2018 wreath laying ceremony at the Human Rights monument in Eastlake Park, 16th St and Jefferson I Phoenix. The annual EPOD6 Freedom celebration will be held Sat., Feb 25, 2018 at noon in Eastlake Park. Contact Bowen at email@example.com or 602 309 6015.
The Annual Fountain Hills Republican Club's Potluck Christmas Breakfast is scheduled at 8:30 am., Sat., Dec 16 in the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N La Montana Dr., Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 featuring speaker KFYI 550 radio personality Mike Broomhead . Attendees are invited to bring an unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots. The Fountain Hills Toymakers will have a limited number of their homemade toys available for purchase. All toy proceeds go to buy material for toys given to less fortunate children. Attendees are encouraged (not required) to bring a food item to the pot luck breakfast. If bringing a food item, e-mail the club's Hospitality Chairman, Shari Moris at firstname.lastname@example.org with the item – to help with planning. The program starts at 9 a.m., doors open for the pot luck breakfast at 8:30.
The S/W Prostate Cancer Foundation’s Family Health Radio Show will address “Checking On Aging Loved Ones While Home for the Holidays” and “Myths About Eating Green and Health and Wealth” at 10 Am., Thurs., Dec 14 featuring Megan Word, Dorie Morales, Dr. Regina Ponder, Lori Murphy , Susan Ciardullo and Fred Taylor, SWPCF Executive Director. Radio Station – KXXT 1010 AM www.familyvaluesradio1010.com Call-in: 602-977-1010.
AzcDL Will Host A Display Table at the Arizona 10th Amendment Center sponsored Bill of Rights Celebration scheduled at 5 pm., Dec 15 at the Orange Tree Resort, 106011 N 56th St in Scottsdale. and AzCDL's President Dave Kopp, will be among the representatives of pro-rights organizations reading the amendments. Bill of Rights Day honors the ratification of the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution on December 15, 1791.other speakers include Arizona Supreme Court Justice Clint Bolick, Constitutional attorney Joe Wolverton II, Deputy Director of the Arizona Tenth Amendment Center Michael Gibbs, , and a special appearance by Mr. Patrick Henry (Dr. Lance Hurley), attorney, planter and orator well known for his declaration to the Second Virginia Convention: "Give me liberty, or give me death!" Tickets are $25 at aztac.ticketleap . Appetizers and a hot buffet are included. Social mixer starts at 5 pm. Program at 6 pm.
LD26 will hold its December meeting and Christmas party at 7 pm., Tues., Dec 12 at the Charles K Luster Building, 640 N Mesa Dr, 85201. Doors open at 6:30 pm; party follow meeting. Snack items potluck, dessert and soft drinks. Donations of toys, nonperishable food, and items for troops abroad will be collected. $26 donation requested. Contact Nancy Jenkins at 602-410-0498.
Grassroots Republicans are urged to sign Archie Dicksion’s Proxy Petition To Curb Proxy Abuse Http://Bit.Ly/2rzg2w8. When signing the petition, you have two choices, total ban or limit to two per person. There has been great concern over the use of proxies the past five or years or more to control elections at both the AZGOP and Maricopa County Republican Mandatory meeting held every January. Complaints have been voiced for several years of “Bell Cows” carrying up to 40 proxies for PC who rarely, if ever attend meetings. Opponents of the excessive use of proxies say the misuse and abuse of proxies has resulted in the cleansing of conservative grassroots Republicans from leadership roles a at the district, county and state level by RINOs or McCainites.
The Mandatory Maricopa County Republicans meeting is scheduled Jan 13, 2018. Location tba. All precinct committeemen are required to attend.
To Donate To The AZRA Westside Chapter/Phoenix Children’s Hospital First Annual Toy Drive can contact chapter chairman Cid De La Fuente at (623) 312-7054 or email@example.com
AZ Heroes to Hometowns would like to make sure every Wounded Hero family in need gets a new pair of pajamas and a toy. Drop off locations: AZ Heroes to Hometowns - 40 W. Brown Rd. Ste. 105, Mesa AZ 85201 (by appointment call 480.330.1632) All items must be new. Wrapping Paper and Gift Tags are always appreciated. Contact founder Kathy Pearce 480.330.1632 Kathy@azheroestohometowns.org
The Sun City West Republican Club will hold Statewide contested Republican Candidate Forums starting in January, 2018. SCWRC scheduler Claire Van Steenwyk is asking participating candidates to contact him with short bios at firstname.lastname@example.org or call @ 623-322-9979 for scheduling as follows: Jan – Supt of Public Instruction, Feb – AZ Corporation Commission, March – AZ Secretary of State, April – AZ Treasurer, May – LD22 legislative candidates. The forums will be held at 8:30 am on the first Saturday of each month at the Foundation Building, 144565 W RH Johnson, SCW.
The LD24 Christmas/Holiday Social is scheduled at 6:30 pm., Thur., Dec 21 at AZGOP HQ, 3501 N. 24th St., in Phoenix. Light snacks, beverages. No formal meeting will be held in December, according to LD24 Chairman Barry Wong email@example.com Participants are asked to donate non-perishable food for the needy (soup, box Mac/cheese, pasta, etc). Guests confirmed to attend include Sen Kate Brophy McGee, Rep Maria Syms, Scottsdale City Councilman Guy Phillips, Phoenix Councilmaln Jim Waring, Maricopa County Deput Recorder Matt Morales and Supt of Public Instruction candidates Frank Riggs and Jonathan Gelbart.
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LD13 Will Conduct A Special Meeting at 7 pm., Tues., Dec 12 for the election of the chairman and second vice chairman at Verrado Heritage Elementary School , 20895 W Hamilton St, Buckeye, AZ 85396. 6:30 PM Registration and Credentials. Chairman Ben Boon recently resigned to take an out of state position. Michael Carbone, 2nd Vice Chairman, has resigned his position so he can run for the chairmanship.
The Arizona Chapter of Americans for Prosperity is gearing up for the 2018 session of the Arizona Legislature with a series of (free) dinners in which the AFP-Arizona will discuss its draft 2018 Legislative Agenda with grassroots activists. To sign up for one of the sessions go to: Thurs, Dec 14 in Prescott Valley To set up agenda planning meetings in other locations contact Tom Jenney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Arizona Tenth Amendment Center will present the 2017 Bill of Rights Day Celebration, Fri, Dec 15 at the Orange Tree Resort, 10601 N. 56th Street in Scottsdale. The 226th anniversary celebration kicks off with a cocktail hour before the reading of the Bill of Rights, followed by the speaker by Arizona Supreme Court Justice Clint Bolick. Other guest speakers include Joe Wolverton II, Constitutional attorney Michael Gibbs, deputy director of the Arizona Tenth Amendment Center, and a special appearance by Patrick Henry, portrayed by Dr. Lance Hurley. Musical entertainment provided by The Rolling Cajonez. Advance Tickets are required and are $25 for adults, $15 for children 5- 12. Under 5 years are free. Appetizers and a hot buffet are included, cash bar. Limited seating. Tickets: http://arizonatenthamendmentcenter.org
Radio Talk Show Host Mike Broomhead is Scheduled To Speak At The Dec 16 Fountain Hills Republican Club Potluck Christmas breakfast. Guests are asked to bring a breakfast dish and donations for “Toys for Tots.” The Fountain Hills Toymakers will probably be on site to sell toys for donation to the Toys for Tots program or as Christmas gifts. Contact club secretary Boe James at email@example.com
The Arizona Chapter Of Americans For Prosperity 2017 Awards Dinner starts at 6 pm., Sat., Dec 16 at the Christ Lutheran School in Phoenix where Americans for Prosperity- Arizona (AFP) will present their coveted “jackalope” awards to the legislator and to the local government official believed to have done the most to defend liberty this year. Volunteer activists will also be honored at the free buffett. Please RSVP here so they can order enough food for all attendees. A second award event is scheduled Mon., Jan 15, 2018 in Tucson/OroValley for those in Pima County. Contact: Tom Jenney, Senior Legislative Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org
The AZRA West Chapter meeting & Christmas Social is scheduled between 9 am-noon, Dec 16 at the Goodyear Community Center, 420 E Loma Linda Blvd in Goodyear. ( NEW location) Contact: email@example.com