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“In The 2018 Elections, already underway, our biggest goal in Arizona is to rid ourselves of the likes of Sen. Jeff Flake. Finishing his first term in 2018, he has been widely known at McCain's boy…” See full story Defeat McCain by Defeating Flake
Michael Savage believes Michael Flynn, who was forced to resign from his position as director of the National Security Agency, was a victim of the “deep state,” and he explained why the retired lieutenant general’s departure was such a great loss for the country. See full column flynn-a-victim-of-deep-state
The Senate, by a narrow vote of 51-49, confirms Republican Rep. Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina as director of the White House budget office. McCain opposes. See story senate-narrowly-confirms-mulvaney-as-trumps-budget-director
Activist Gary Ripley: Pro tip for Ward, specifying NeverTrumpers like Cruz/Lee in her statements is probably not the best way to do things. See 2-16-17-briefs “Candidate statements.”
Jeannie McGill Granite Mountain PC: Your 2-16-17-briefs article exemplifies the reason we need a pre-primary vote so that when we have the general primary election, we only have 2 candidates. Otherwise, we will never get rid of an incumbent who has disappointed us. I have a plan! Let’s do it.
Activist Diane Andersen: Thank you for you wonderful service to conservatives.
Zack Taylor, Chairman NAFBPO.org/: Atlanta is believed to be a Cartel Hub City. Georgia is reported to have a larger illegal alien population than Arizona. The information has been available for years pointing to the major source country for heroin in the U.S. being Mexico. Yet, most of the United States is squabbling over prescription drugs. Obviously in an effort to deflect attention away from the border insecurity problem they have not yet "discovered". See full story atlanta-summit-exploding-heroin-abuse-and-overdose-deaths-georgia
LD18 Senate candidate Frank Schmuck: Thank you for your interest in my campaign for Arizona State Senate in 2016. It was a remarkable race in the general election. Of all the partisan races, most all county, state and national Republican candates who touched our district, lost to Democrats in Legislative District 18. As the 2nd highest Republican vote earner in LD18, I have officially filed to run for Arizona State Senate in 2018. There is evidence that the two propositions, 205 and 206, related to recreational marijuana and minimum wage respectively, may have been the impetus giving Democrats multiple wins in our district. This seems to be the common thread explaining why most all incumbents lost their races or moved from top in votes to second or third best in the district.
Here is a breakdown of the all the partisan general races touching Legislative District 18 and the total votes for each sorted by highest republican votes.
Our race was close at less than three points. Nearly 8,500 voters showed up to the polls but didn’t cast a vote in our race (undervotes). That alone could have been the difference. Without these two propositions on the ballot in 2018 we can and will win, but need your help! There are a couple things I plan to do differently in 2018:
· Effective immediately I will accept Political Action Committee funds to level the playing field with my opponent, and
· We will model our strategy more like our previous primary where we won decisively defeating the incumbent, Jeff Dial.
We are building a war chest to turn LD18 Red again. Help stop the liberal agenda in our district that's inconsistent with our county, state and nation? SCHMUCK for AZ Senate I’m in and will match your contribution dollar for dollar. That’s skin in the game, so let’s do it. www.FrankSCHMUCK.com
LD22 Chair Rae Chornenky and PC KarenThomas: On Saturday, March 4, “Spirit of America Pro Trump Rallies” will be held across America, including here in Arizona! We hope you will want to participate. If so, get your signs, flags, etc. ready. For more info, please go to spirit-america-conservative-grassroots-leaders-plan-massive-pro-trump-demonstrations-nationwide.
Robo Calls Were Busy informing voters of Tracey Livingston’s announcement to run for the State Superintendent of Public Insstruction, charging current Supt Diane Douglas hasn’t done enough to rid the state of Common Core. Livingston has been a teacher for 18 years. She is married to Rep David Livingston.
Things Might Get Real Interesting regarding the Supt of Public Instruction race. Diane Douglas most likely will run for re-election, Tracey Livingston just tossed her hat into the ring. Scuttlebutt has it that two more people will be announcing in the near future – but they aren’t ready to go public yet. -ft
Maricopa County GOP Chairman Chris Herring has appointed four people to his kitchen cabinet:
· Executive Director – former LD 21 Chairman/two-time MCRC Chair candidate Lisa Gray
· Parliamentarian – LD28 Chairman Kathy Petsas
· Assistant Parliamentarian – LD20 Member-at-Large Wes Harris
· Sergeant-At-Arms – LD27 First Vice Chair John Eaton.
Date Change: AZGOP Compliance Director Timothy Lee is hosting a Robert’s Rules of Order Training Session between 9am – 1 pm., Sat., March 18, not March 11 as previously announced, in conjunction with Robert’s Rules of Order professional Michael Peck. The session will be held at AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N 24th St., Phoenix, AZ 85016. A light Continental Breakfast will be served. To register contact Lee at email@example.com or (602) 518-5860.
Governor Ducey’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family and the Phoenix Final Four Local Organizing Committee (PLOC) have teamed up to engage communities in all of Arizona’s 15 counties for a “Weekend of Action” February 17 – 19, 2017 to show that on and off the court we are all winners! The goal is to promote deeper community partnerships within the NCAA conference footprint and demonstrate how much we value social impact and youth engagement. For the last two years, Arizona’s youth have been number one in the world for youth-led service projects, so when Ducey’s Youth Commission (GYC) heard about the “Weekend of Action” opportunity, they were the first to step up and get to work. GYC members wrote a service action plan for their community, had them approved by PLOC and are now gearing up to recruit others to join them in their “Weekend of Action” service projects in their respective counties.
The Feb 20-26 Winter Range is transforming the Ben Avery Shooting Facility into a festive scene from the Old West where more than 1,000 competitors from around the world will take part in the 26th annual Single Action Shooting Society’s national championship of Cowboy Action Shooting. Cowboy Action Shooting is one of the nation’s fastest-growing shooting sports and requires competitors to take their best shots with single-action revolvers, lever-action rifles and period shotguns. Competitors also must adopt a shooting alias suitable to a character or profession of the late 19th century, a Western movie star or an appropriate character from fiction -- names like “Mudflat Mike,” “Goldie Jade” and “May B. Shecann” -- and then dress in costume accordingly. Winter Range will feature period military, exhibitions of Western skills and crafts, a fast-draw competition, and vendors purveying period clothing, hats and wigs, antiques, reproductions and more. There also will be roaming balladeers, trick horses and a visit from Wyatt Earp, the great grand-nephew of his namesake, at noon Feb. 25. A two-day mounted shooting event is expected to draw 100-plus competitors mounted on horses participating in their own arena Feb. 25-26. A variety of food services will be available, including chuck-wagon cooking, barbecue and ice cream. Admission is free (parking is $5). BASF is located on Carefree Highway, west of Interstate 17. Information www.winterrange.com.
The Leisure World Republican Club will meet at 7 pm., Mon, Feb. 20 in the Recreation 1 Ballroom at 908 S Power Road in Mesa. Former Sen Russell Pearce will address actions of the current Maricopa County Sheriff and former Rep Barbara Blewster will discuss “The Biggest Tools of Tyrants.” Contact: Diane Andersen 480 395-5515
5th Annual Emancipation Proclamation Observance/Official Black History Month Celebration, 1pm., Sat., Feb 25. Food, entertainment, free. Speakers include Congressman David Schweikert, Az Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas, Rep Jay Lawrence, Dr CT Wright, Farhana Ahmed Yvonne Cahill, plus State and Local officials at East lake Park, 1549 E. Jefferson ST, Phoenix 85034. Contact: Rev Clyde Bowen 602 309 6015.
Two Top House Republicans asked the Inspector General on Wednesday to investigate leaks surrounding the ouster of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. The request came in a letter from Rep. Jason Chaffetz, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, and Rep. Bob Goodlatte, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. See 2 top House GOP ask for leaks investigation
The “Salute A Soldier 5K Run or 1 Mile Walk” honoring wounded heroes is scheduled at 9 am. Sat. March 11 in Freestone Park, 1045 E Juniper Road in Gilbert. Register now and pickup your packet at 8am the day of the race, according to coordinator Kathy Pearce. $40 - 5K RUN/$30 - 5K Run for Military or $25 for 1 Mile Walk . Register: salute-a-soldier-5k-run-1-mile-walk-2017? or you can visit our website AZHeroestoHometowns.org Register early and receive a $15 discount on the 5K by using code SAS15– good until January 22nd, 2017. Military use MIL10 for $5 off until March 9. Kathy Pearce firstname.lastname@example.org or Mail to: AZ Heroes to Hometowns P. O. BOX 31646, Mesa, AZ 85275.
The Ahwatukee Tea Party will meet at 7 pm., Thurs., Feb 23 at Firehouses#43, 4110 E Chandler Blvd. in Phoenix. Parking/access on west side of building. John King, Kyrene School Board President will provide and update on education and the local school district. www.tukeeteaparty.com
East ValleyTeenAge Republicans are forming a new club and accepting membership applications from young Republicans between the ages of 13-19. Their first meeting will be held in April to elect officers. For information or membership application e-mail EastValleyTars@gmail.com Face Book @EastValleyTeenAgeRepublicans. Contact Connie Sunday at EastValleyTars@gmail.com
The 5th Annual Emancipation Proclamation Observance/Official Black History Month Celebration, 1pm., Sat., Feb 25. Food, entertainment, free. Speakers include Congressman David Schweikert, Az Supt of Public Instruction Diane Douglas, Rep Jay Lawrence, Dr CT Wright, Farhana Ahmed Yvonne Cahill, plus State and Local officials at East lake Park, 1549 E. Jefferson ST, Phoenix 85034. Contact: Rev Clyde Bowen 602 309 6015.
Riders USA Is Inviting Patriotic Americans to join them in a "Trump & Spirit Of America" support march/rally scheduled between noon and 3 pm March 4 at the Arizona State Capitol, 1700 Washington in Phoenix to show unity and support for this country. Participants are asked to bring flags, patriotic signs and your friends. See Event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/1316326535101225/ or Az-March 4 Trump/Spirit of America. Speakers include Master of Ceremonies Michelle Dallacrose – Mad Woman Radio, Pastor C.T. Wright, invocation/blessing, Sen Steve Smith, Pre Phil Lovas, Maricopa County Treasurer Royce Flora, Sheriff Richard Mack, Joanne Selena Lopez Cervantz, Mark Spencer of Judicial Watch, Mary Ann Mendoza, Sheriff Paul Babeu, AZGOP Secretary Gabby Mercer; Arizona Republican National Committeewoman Lori Klein and for Sen Russell Pearce. Contacts Barb Heller email@example.com 602-505-8760 or Vera Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org 602-821-4675.
The Ahwatukee Republican Women will meet at 7 pm., Wed., Feb 22 with Christina Sandefur, Executive Vice President of the Goldwater Institute, to discuss upcoming Legislative battles. Networking begins at 6:30 pm at the Mountain View Lutheran Church, 11002 S. 48th St., Phoenix AZ 85044. Contact: President Cindy Casaus at email@example.com or 602-300-4185 www.ahwatukeerepublicanwomen.com
A “Justice for Allison” Two Year Vigil is being held at 7 pm., Feb 17 outside the Scottsdale Justice Center, 3700 N 75t St., in Scottsdale for Allison Feldman, a young Republican woman, who was murdered in her south Scottsdale home two years ago. Her killer is still free. If you have any information please call Scottsdale Police. Public invited. Candles will be provided. Contact: Carolyn Leff Cleff99@gmail.com 480 586 0430.
The Pinal County Republican Committee’s Lincoln Day Luncheon is scheduled at 11:15 am, Feb 18. Doors open at 10:30 am at the Property Conference Center, 1251 W Gila Bend Hwy, Casa Grande, AZ 85193. $40 per individual, $75 per couple. $280 – reserved table for 8, $350 reserved table for 10 Speakers in US Sen candidate Dr Kelli Ward, LD8 Rep David Cook; Tim Kanavel, Pinal County Economic development program manager and Congressman Paul Gosar Chief of Staff Tom Van Flein. . Tickets www.PINALCOUNTYGOP.ORG or call 520-840-3091. An AR-15 will be raffled off. To volunteer to help or donate a raffle prize contact PCRC Lincoln Day Luncheon Chr Debra Shaw Rhodes at D4shaw@aol.com
LD22 will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon, Feb 20 at the Westbrook Village Association Recreation Center, 18825 N Country Club Parkway in Peoria. Doors open at 5:30 pm for social and sign in activities. Pizza will be served. Participants are asked to bring a side dish or dessert. Food Contact: Heather Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org . Meeting contact: Secretary Claudia Burr (480)371-7409 or email@example.com.
The Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association is sponsoring the 125th Annual Washington’s birthday Match & Clinic Feb 18 & 19 at the Ben Avery Shooting Range, I-17 & Hwy 74 north of Phoenix. Contact: Match Director Bill Poole firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com . Sign up: asrpa.com/category Rifle Raffle tickets available here
Volunteers Are Needed between 10 am-5 pm., for the Fountain Hills Republican Club' Voter Outreach and Education Booth during the Fri-Sun, Feb 24-26 Fountain Hills Great Fair. The booth will be located at the SE corner Verde River Drive/ Avenue of the Fountains (across from the Chamber of Commerce booth). Volunteers should contact Chris Brant at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-837-9725 (e-mail preferred).
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has scheduled six public forums to meet with constituents about developing the 2017 fall hunt recommendations for deer, bighorn sheep, turkey, javelina, bison, bear, mountain lion, and small game animals. AzGFD annually makes recommendations to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission regarding the management of game species for the annual hunting and trapping regulations, which establish the seasons, dates, bag limits, open areas, and hunt permit-tag allocations based on the framework of the hunt guidelines set by the commission every two years. The meetings will be conducted from 6 to 8 p.m. at these Game and Fish regional offices:
Wednesday, Feb. 22: Kingman, 5325 N. Stockton Hill Road
Tuesday, Feb. 28: Flagstaff, 3500 S. Lake Mary Road
Thursday, March 2: Pinetop, 2878 E. White Mountain Blvd.
Thursday, March 2: Mesa, 7200 E. University Drive
Thursday, March 2: Yuma, 9140 E. 28th St.
Monday, March 6: Tucson, 555 N. Greasewood Road
The final proposed draft hunt recommendations will be made available for public review at several regional open houses and posted on the department’s website at www.azgfd.gov/huntguidelines in late March. The final fall hunt recommendations will be presented to the commission for consideration at its April 8 meeting in Phoenix. See hunt recommendations and hunt guidelines processes, visit www.azgfd.gov/huntguidelines.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is seeking public comments on multiple proposed boating and water sports rule changes including boating and water sports regulations and fees. The deadline to submit comments on the proposed rule changes is Sunday, March 5. The proposed changes were recommended as part of a legally required five-year review of the department’s administrative rules. See complete list of proposed Article 5 changes, click www.azgfd.com/agency and click on “Rulemaking.” Submit comments to 5000 W. Carefree Highway, Phoenix, AZ 85086; e-mail email@example.com or call (623) 236-7390.
LD22 Chairman Rae Chornenky and Maricopa County Republican Party Chair Chris Herring are calling for PCs to help Republican candidate Chris DeRose beat a Democraft opponent in the March Phoenix City Council race. The Phoenix will soon be voting on whether to become a sanctuary city. PCs are needed at 9 am, Sat, Feb 18, at the West Valley Republican office, 99th Avenue and Bell Road, to make phone calls for DeRose. Neighborhood walkers will meet between 9-10am every Saturday between Feb 11-March 11 at AZGOP headquarters, 3501 N 24 St in Phoenix. Walkers should sign up with Whitney Lawrence Wnlawrence1@gmail.com.
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The Pinal County Republican Committee’s Lincoln Day Luncheon is scheduled at 11:15 am, Feb 18. Doors open at 10:30 am at the Property Conference Center, 1251 W Gila Bend Hwy, Casa Grande, AZ 85193. $40 per individual, $75 per couple. $280 – reserved table for 8, $350 reserved table for 10 Speakers in US Sen candidate Dr Kelli Ward, LD8 Rep David Cook; Tim Kanavel, Pinal County Economic development program manager and Congressman Paul Gosar Chief of Staff Tom Van Flein. . Tickets http://pinal.arizonagop.net/contact/ or call 520-840-3091. An AR-15 will be raffled off. To volunteer to help or donate a raffle prize contact Debra Shaw Rhodes at D4shaw@aol.com
Riders USA is sponsoring a Second Amendment Rally between noon and 2 pm., Sat., Feb 18 at the Arizona State Capitol, 1700 W Washington in Phoenix. A motorcycle procession will go from Encanto Park to the State Capitol to open the event. AzCDL's president, Dave Kopp, has been invited to speak at the rally. While you are there, stop by the AzCDL recruiting table. Join or renew your AzCDL membership at the rally and receive a $10 discount. It's almost like getting paid to attend. Register to participate with Riders USA. More information on the Riders USA's website and Facebook page. Or email Mike Sullivan at Riders USA. Bring your family and friends.
The Paradise Republican Women’s Club will gather for brunch Sat., Feb 18 to hear a presentation on “Lobbyists: Who’s to Bless and Who’s to Blame?” at the Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive in Scottsdale. Social at 9:30 am, meeting at 10 am., and brunch at 11 am. $28 per person. RSVP Online & Pay at the Door. Reservations here Membership dues delinquent March 1.
The Pima County Republican Committee’s Lincoln Day Dinner is celebrating precinct committeemen with the Honorable Kerry Bentivolio on Sat., Feb 18 at the Radisson Suites, 6555 E. Speedway Blvd, Tucson AZ. Tickets: Pima GOP, 17 W Wetmore Rd, Suite 100, Tucson, AZ 85705.
Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Chucri will be the speaker at Fountain Hills Republican Club’s 9 am., Sat., Feb 18 meeting at the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268. The Meet & Greet Social and registration with breakfast snacks starts at 8:30 a.m. Contact: Secretary Boe James FHRepublican@gmail.com or www.fhrepublicanclub.org/
LD22 will meet Feb 20. Doors open at 5:30 pm. Pizza will be served for $5 per person. Proceeds to offset the room rental costs. Business meeting begins at 6:30 pm. - Sec Claudia Burr
The Surprise Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., Feb 21 in the Quail Room of the RWJ Foundation, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd to hear Itasca Small, an Arizona researcher and consultant on the U.S. and Arizona Constitution and the Arizona revised Statues. Contact: Jean Goncalves, Publicity: firstname.lastname@example.org 623-214-8010
A Mesa Planned Defund Parenthood Rally is scheduled from 9-10:30 am., Sat., Feb 22 at the Planned Parenthood Office, 1235 S Gilbert Road #20 in Mesa. Participants are asked not to park in the strip mall parking lot; they are asked to stand on the sidewalk on the SE corner of Gilbert/Southern. See flyer: facebook.com/events.
Congressman Paul Gosar is hosting a Town Hall meeting between 6 - 7:30 pm on Feb 23, at the Best Western Hotel, Kachina Room, 8333 E. Sunrise Sky Drive in Gold Canyon, AZ. Congressman Dave Brat from Virginia will also be in attendance. Contact: 928-445-1683.
The 5th Annual Emancipation Proclamation Observance/Official Black History Month Celebration, 1pm., Sat., Feb 25. Food, entertainment, free. Speakers include Congressman David Schweikert, Az Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas, Rep Jay Lawrence, Dr CT Wright, Farhana Ahmed Yvonne Cahill, plus State and Local officials at East lake Park, 1549 E. Jefferson ST, Phoenix 85034. Contact: Rev Clyde Bowen 602 309 6015.
State Treasurer Jeff DeWit, who headed up the Arizona Trump Team, will address the Annual Yavapai County Republican Committee’s Lincoln/Reagan Dinner at 6pm, Sat., Feb 25 at the Stoneridge Golf Club Dining room. 5 pm cocktails, 6 pm dinner. $65 per person. $120 per couple RSVP by Feb 20 at www.yavgop.org or email email@example.com
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Congressman Paul A. Gosar after Congressman Mick Mulvaney (R-SC) was confirmed by the Senate to serve as Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB):“Today’s confirmation of Congressman Mulvaney as Budget Director marks a turning point in our nation’s ongoing spending crisis. For too long, Congress has ignored the dire threat that our $19 trillion debt poses not only to the American economy but also to our national defense. Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mike Mullen, has warned that the national debt is the biggest threat to our national security. Leaders like Congressman Mulvaney understand this threat and were sent to Washington to fundamentally change the direction of this country—not to protect the status quo. He understands that funding important aspects of our budget, such as providing for a strong military, can still be accomplished in a fiscally responsible way. More importantly, Congressman Mulvaney has proven that he has the courage to take on anyone, including members of his own party, who would rather ignore the moral imperative of our spending crisis.”
Senator John McCain after meeting with Judge Neil Gorsuch, nominee to be Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court: “Today I had an excellent meeting with Judge Neil Gorsuch. Based on our conversation, and as demonstrated by his impressive legal record, it is clear that Judge Gorsuch has deep respect for the limited role of the federal judiciary and its obligation to uphold our Constitution. In addition to his strong credentials and experience, Judge Gorsuch would bring a valuable western perspective to the nation’s highest court as a Colorado native. Judge Gorsuch has my full support and I look forward to the Senate’s timely consideration of his nomination.”
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Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio: Phoenix City Council Votes 7-2 to Keep Sanctuary City Issue Alive, Will Have Secret Closed Door Meeting to Discuss Status- - "Last night the City Council played political games by voting to discuss the Sanctuary City issue behind closed doors in executive session. As I predicted, they also created an ad hoc committee to discuss this issue further. These moves are nothing but a ruse to confuse the public and give false hope that Phoenix may someday become a sanctuary city. This will never happen. Phoenix will never be a Sanctuary City like Chicago, San Francisco and New York. We had a chance to settle this issue once and for all last night, but instead City Council voted to keep the discussion away from the public and decided to have a secret closed door “E-Session” to discuss circumventing state law. None of this will change the basic facts: we have some of the toughest immigration enforcement laws in the country, and Phoenix is one of the toughest in the nation and will continue to be so. Once again when faced with a difficult issue, we saw politicians doing what they do best - protecting their own political careers. Forming committees and having closed door meetings is what politicians do when they want to punt an issue and create confusion and uncertainty, instead of taking a stand and delivering on their false promises. My prediction: This committee will not change the laws and we will NOT become a Sanctuary City. These same politicians may find some small nuggets to hand out, but I predict no real change will occur on the Sanctuary City status of Phoenix.” For more updates, click here and “Like” to follow my Facebook page.
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