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The LD23 Executive Committee decided yesterday afternoon to take no action on PC Ardith Hildebrant’s proposed Calling Out the Guisling’s Resolution. LD23 PCs received the following notification about 5:30 pm last evening. “Important Update On Proposed Resolution: A resolution was submitted to the Executive Committee by PC Ardith Hildebrant and was distributed to the District membership on February 26, as per Article II, Section 3.A of District 23 Republican Committee Bylaws and existing District practice. Article IV, Section 3.A.7 of District 23 Republican Committee Bylaws states that it is the duty of the District Chairman, with the approval of the Executive Committee, to implement ‘policies for the efficient and responsible operation of the District.’ It is the unanimous decision of the Executive Committee that ‘responsible operation of the District’ necessitates the withdrawal of the proposed resolution from any discussion or action at the March 9 meeting and any further consideration.”
ATTN PCs: AZGOP Chairman Johnathan Lines has arranged a Tele-Town Hall between 5:30-6:30 pm, Thur., March 9 (this evening) to discuss procedures and financial aspects to the “ballot harvesting” court case as it travels through the courts. Although Lines has been the AZGOP treasurer for the past two years, he recently announced (as the newly elected AZGOP chairman) that he had just learned the AZGOP has incurred a large debt related to the lawsuit. All precinct Committeemen are invited to participate in the phone call. Those PCs interested in participating should email us with your phone number. Brett Johnson, the AZGOPs lead attorney from Snell and Wilmer, will join Lines to answer questions. Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the tele-town hall so they have time to prepare answers. No privileged information, strategic planning nor information that could be used by Democrat opponents will be released, according to Lines.
LD22 Chairman Rae Chornenky has announced the Deer Valley School Board Budget Study will be live streamed at www.dvusd.org. between 6-8 pm., Thurs., March 16 if you can’t make it to the study session at the DVSB District office, 20402 N 15th Ave in Phoenix. Question or input can be e-mailed to board members at email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Palo Verde Republican Women’s Club will hold its monthly luncheon at 11:30 am., Wed, March 15 at Grayhawk Golf Club, Fairway House, 8620 E Thompson Peak Parkway. Registration – 11 am. Former NSA spy and Arabic translater Barry Webb will address the group. National Republican Committeewoman Lori Klein will also speak. Reservations/cancellations accepted until midnight, thurs., March 9. RSvP firstname.lastname@example.org Pay by check, cash or credit card at the door.
LD2 And The Green Valley Republican Club will host the Fiesta Sahuarita between 2-8 pm., Sat., March 25 at Anamax Park, 17501 S Camino De Las Quintas in Sahuarita AZ.
FOX Talk Show Host Sean Hannity: Absence, at least for Hillary Clinton, does NOT make the heart grow fonder. According to recent polling data, American's have a lower opinion of the failed Democratic presidential than they did while she was running for president. America-To-Hillary:We-Still-Don’t-You
Former AZ PC Wayne Blair: Not many of them left... Soon they will all be gone... The greatest generation... They sacrificed and suffered much for liberty and freedom. If not for them we would all be speaking German or Japanese today...If you are an American, you need to watch this; it will bring tears of Pride & Thanks to your Soul for these Great Patriots. One had to be 17 to enlist in the military. While it is well known that people younger than 17 served in WWII (& other wars), we'll use 17 as a base. The war ended in 1945 & this is 2017. That means the YOUNGEST surviving WWII veteran is 88. Keep that in mind when you watch the video. Quite a few do not look their age. Something I'm sure you'll enjoy. "Saving Valor" Today the kids are out protesting everything thanks to liberalism. We're in trouble.
The Pima County Republicans will meet at 11:30 am, Fri., March 17 (St. Patrick’s Day) at the Sabbar Shrine with former CA Congressman Frank Riggs to discuss Ensuring a Great Education for All Kids: the outlook in Arizona and National. RSVP Debe Campos-Fleenor at email@example.com or 520-520-1755 or www.PimaGOP.org
Tempe Republican Women will entertain Islamic expert Dr Carl Goldberg at the 11 am, April 29 luncheon at the Shalimar Country Club 2032 E Golf Ave, Tempe, 85282. Cost to members/associates is $22. Guests are $25. Cost increases to $25 for members and $30 for guests if you purchase within 3 days of the event - so Buy tickets your tickets now. Contact: Chr Jessica Merrow at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pima County Republicans will participate in the “Stand With President Trump Rally, at 4:30 pm., Thurs., March 9 in front of Sen John McCain’s office, 407 W Congress in Tucson. Bring plenty of water, wear your favorite Trump gear, wave the flag or bring a sign in support of Trump.
National Recognized Sheriff David Clarke, financial expert Stephen Moore and Tucson radio talk show hosts James T Harris will be featured during the March 24 and 25 Freedom Expo at Loews Ventana Canyon, 7000 N Resort Drive in Tucson. More Info...
The Pima County Tea Party Patriots “Stand With Trump” Rally is scheduled at 4:30 pm., Wed., March 15 at Sen Jeff Flake’s Tucson office, 6840 N. Oracle #150. We're asking for the full repeal of Obamacare and the swift confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Let Senator Flake & Tucson know that we stand with President Trump & want Action. Bring signs, posters, American flags. - Sherese Steffens, Dee Pfeiffer, Frank Olivieri, Grady Rhodes, Maria Elena Leeper, Jan Humble Pimacountyteapartypatriots@gmail.com
The Tempe Republican Women’s Club will host former LD23 Chairman Jim O'Connor on the National Popular Vote at 6:30 pm., Mon., March 27 at the Pyle Adult Recreation Center, 655 E Southern Ave, Tempe, Arizona 85282. Contact Chr Jessica Merrow 480-306-2545 email@example.com
Nohl Rosen, the organizer of a recall effort to oust Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone says that everything will be done according to Arizona law and one of the first steps is forming a committee. The recall effort is being led by Rally For Law Enforcement founder Rosen who says there doesn’t seem to be a shortage of people wanting to be on the committee or to help collect signatures, but things are in the beginning stages. “We want to be well prepared so when the necessary waiting period is over we can begin collecting signatures and filing the necessary paperwork. Rosen notes that “Penzone has referred to illegal immigrants as guests which is absolutely wrong. They aren’t guests, they’re criminals. If you cross into this country illegally then you’re breaking the law. A Sheriff’s first duty is to uphold, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and I don’t feel our new Sheriff has any interest in doing that. You might say I have no confidence that Sheriff Penzone will enforce the law or do what’s necessary to protect the citizens.” Other reasons for Penzone’s removal include the dismantling one of the posses’, the closing of Tent City and accepting George Soros campaign money. According to Judicial Watch at least 400 illegal immigrants have been released by the MCSO since Penzone took office. A recall committee meeting will be called soon. In the meantime, contact Rosen at 480-980-8541 or firstname.lastname@example.org. facebook.com/RecallPenzone2017/
Brian Reilly, Former AZ LD22 PC: Non-Arizona resident, Wayne Blair, misses the mark with his comments in the 3-8-17-briefs Wayne still can’t accept that Sheriff Joe Arpaio was destroyed in the last election. Sheriff Joe was defeated by Republican and Democratic voters who simply had had enough of Joe being “America’s Most Expensive Sheriff.” The legal bills, fines and increased property taxes and his criminal contempt trial to begin in April 2017, was it for many voters. The voters showed the P.T. Barnum of law enforcement the door. Yes, I requested the Obama Birth Certificate investigation, which in my opinion became nothing more than a sham that ultimately helped to bring in $8.4 million in campaign donations for Joe in 2012. Former MCSO Chief Deputy Brian Sands confirmed that the Arpaio investigation had uncovered no evidence that the Obama birth certificate was a forgery. Once the Hawaii Verification of Birth for Obama was issued to the state of Arizona, May 22, 2012, the investigation withered. Arpaio continued to talk investigation for another 4 ½ years after the verification was issued. My candidate was Republican candidate, Dan Saban. Saban could have defeated Paul Penzone. (Hopefully, Republicans will pick a better candidate for sheriff in 2020.) To date, one of the best moves that Sheriff Penzone has made was to disband the Cold Case Posse which worked much like President Nixon’s “Plumbers Unit” in my opinion. And for those who believe that Cold Case Posse Commander Mike Zullo is still working for the MCSO, the MCSO states he’s not, nor is he “eligible for reassignment to other Posses." Will C.P.F.E.R. (Citizens Protecting Fair Election Results), incorporated by members of the Surprise Tea Party, now defend Sheriff Penzone? Prediction: The Sheriff Penzone recall effort will be an epic failure.
Darcy Olsen: CEO Goldwater Institiute: State and local governments across the country frequently resort to waiving future property taxes to lure some businesses to move into their community. This form of tax subsidy heavily tilts the playing field as a few politically connected companies have their taxes waived while everyone else has to shoulder the burden. Government planners often claim they have to offer property tax subsidies for economic development. But it shouldn’t work this way. If property taxes in a community are too high to compete for new business, then the tax rates should be reduced for everyone. The vast majority of states have provisions in their state constitutions, commonly called “gift clauses,” which forbid tax subsidies for private businesses. The Goldwater Institute is working to revitalize state “gift clause” protections for you and other taxpayers. We have just filed a new lawsuit to challenge a form of tax subsidy rampant across the country. In this case, ownership of a future apartment complex in Phoenix actually would be transferred to the city government so the property developer can avoid paying more than $8 million in property taxes. We represent local established business owners who cannot receive the same tax break and must watch their property taxes rise year after year. We will use our case to establish more legal precedent in support of constitutional “gift clauses” and other taxpayer protections. You can learn more about our case in Englehorn v. Stanton by clicking here.
The Tempe Republican Women need volunteers to help with their 7 am, March 24 and 25 garage sale at 2009 E Caroline Lane in Tempe. Sale items can be dropped off at that address starting March 15. The also need help with set up at 5 pm., Thur., March 23 and takedown at noon, Sat., March 25. Sign up at I can help out!
The AZGOP Executive Committee will meet at 10 am., Sat., March 11 at 6565 E 30th St, in Yuma,. State Executive Committee members are entitled to vote in person or by proxy, given to a qualified Republican elector of the county (or in counties of 500,000 or more population, the legislative district) where the member resides. Proxies must be witnessed by a Notary Public or two witnesses, brought to the meeting by the proxy carrier, effective only for the length of the meeting. LD Chairmen are non-voting members of the Executive Committee, according to the meeting call letter. The agenda includes reports from newly elected Treasurer Robert Lettieri, National Committeewoman Lori Klein Corbin, National Committeeman Bruce Ash, County Chairman, Chairman Johnathan Lines Report and Executive Director Avinash Iragavarapu’s Report. Lines will host an optional BBQ and range day following the official meeting. Lines will supply the food, ammo, weapons and targets. For those staying overnight, he has arranged special rates at the Candlewood Suites(928) 726-2800, Holiday Inn Express (928) 317-1400 , and Holiday Inn (928) 317-1400. Contacts: Secretary Gabriela Saucedo Mercer (949) 939-0364 or Exec Dir Avinash Iragavarapu at State Party Headquarters (602) 957-7770.
LD17 needs volunteers to help with voter registration during the March 10-12 Chandler Ostrich Festival in Tumbleweed Park. Go to LD17SignUpGenius or Contact Bert at 480-707-3495, Farhana at 619-549-0005, Scott at 602-768-8517 or Mike at 262-880-4620. See https://ostrichfestival.com
East Valley Teen Age 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
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LD23 will meet at 7 pm., Thurs., March 9 at the Via Linda Senior Center in North Scottsdale. Contact Chairman Nancy Ordowski
The Pima County Republican Committee will meet at 5:30 pm,Thurs., March 9 at GOP headquarters, 17 W Wetmore Road, in Tucson.
A Young Professionals Reception in support of Phoenix City Council candidate Chris DeRose will be held between 5:30 – 7 pm, Thurs., March 9 at the home of Jess Yescalis in Phoenix. Co-hosts include Mark Briggs, Starlee Coleman, Eric Crown, Sal DiCiccio, Tom Galvin, Marcus Huey, Cal Kendrick, Catie Kendrick, Pascal Kropf, Heather Lauer, Robert Meyer, Bea Rocklin, Tysen Schlink, Brandy Wells and Jim Waring. $250 for reception, $500 host committee and $1,000 to co-chair. RSVP to Schlink at email@example.com 480-789-9869.
Pima County Tea Party Patriots are planning their 5th “Stand With Trump Rally” between 4:30-5:30 pm., Thurs., March 9 in front of Sen John McCain’s office, 407 W Congress St #103 in Tucson. Participants are asked to bring signs, posters and American flags. Can't make it to the Stand With Trump Rally. Express yourself by calling the Senator's office (520) 670-6334.
The AZGOP’s first Executive Committee meeting is scheduled March 11 in Yuma. AZGOP Chairman Jonathon Lines will be hosting an optional BBQ and range day following the official meeting. Details were sent out in a call letter from AZGOP Secretary Gabby Saucedo Mercer. Contact: AZGOP HQ (602) 957-7770
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.
Coconino County Parks and Recreation has scheduled a sweet Decorating Desserts clinic between 9am – noon, Sat., March 11. $15 for 14 years and older. registration here. See coconino.az.gov/recprograms programs. Or email@example.com, or phone, (928) 679 8028.
The Gila County Republican Committee’s March 11 Lincoln Day Dinner starts with a 5:15 pm cash bar, followed by dinner with speakers Jeff DeWit, Arizona State Treasurer and advisor to the Trump transition team, and Congressman Paul Gosar, at the Mazatzal Casino in Payson. Get a behind the scenes report on the Trump election campaign and the latest on President Trumps plans. Find out what is happening in Congress and its implementation of President Trumps plans. Tickets available at www.gilagop.com/ or call 928-478-8186.
The Alex Meluskey Show airs on Saturdays (March 11, 18 , and 25) at 6 am on 1130AM, at 4 pm on 1100AM KRNX and at 9 pm on 960AM KKNT. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
LD 29 Republican Committee will meet at 7 pm, Mon, March 13 at Ginny G's restaurant, 7349 W Indian School Rd. Social time starts at 6:30. If you want to eat dinner, please arrive early so the meeting can begin at 7. Contact Chairman Alan Gaugert email@example.com 623.330.3622.
The Western Pinal County Chapter of the Az Republican Assembly (AzRA) will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., March 13 at 408 N Sacaton St. #2, (SE corner W Florence Blvd/N Sacaton St) Casa Grande, AZ to hear a presentation by District 4 County Supervisor Anthony Smith. Prior to his 2012 election as a supervisor, he served two terms as the Mayor of the City of Maricopa. Contact Nancy Hawkins at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sun Lakes Republican Club will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., March 14 at 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes, AZ 85248.
LD13 will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues. March 14 in the Tuscany Falls Clubhouse: 16262 Clubhouse Dr. Goodyear, AZ 85295.
Americans For Prosperity-Arizona Is Hosting "Dessert At The Capitol " between 11:30 am-1:30 pm., Wed., March 15 At The Arizona State Capitol, Senate Building, 3rd Floor Lobby To Give Voters An Opportunity Talk With Their Legislators On Issues Facing Arizona. Register At Dessert At The Capitol Free Parking At The Capitol. Contact: AFP Deputy State Director Leslie White.
Sent A Post Card To The White House on March 15 expressing support to President Donald J Trump. As this campaign, started by a Los Angeles Republican Women’s Club, their message gathered steam while it’s circulation throughout the country. Trump supporters are urged to write one postcard. Write a dozen! Take a picture and post it on social media. On March 15th, mail your messages to:President Donald J. Trump, The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500. Flood that box!
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Congresswoman Martha McSally yesterday introduced bipartisan legislation, the Nogales Wastewater Fairness Act, to reduce the financial burden on Nogales associated with the cost of maintaining and operating the sewage pipeline known as the International Outfall Interceptor (IOI) and the accompanying Nogales Sanitation Project (NSP). The IOI, located along the U.S.-Mexico border, is responsible for treating wastewater from both the U.S. and Mexico sides of the border. Senator John McCain introduced a companion bill in the Senate. Under an outdated 1953 financial agreement between the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC) and Nogales, the city bears a disproportionate share of the costs associated with operating and maintaining the IOI. McSally’s bill finally addresses this longstanding problem. “The city of Nogales has shouldered an unfair burden in paying for the operation and maintenance of this pipeline for too long. The legislation that I introduced yesterday will not only resolve this issue for the city of Nogales, but will also benefit many of my constituents across Southern Arizona,” said McSally. “I will continue to work with leadership at all levels—from city officials in Nogales to my colleagues here in the House and Senate—to see this bill through.” bill text Here.
Congressman Andy Biggs: Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed the Department of Defense Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2017. This bill appropriates $577.9 billion for the Department of Defense ($516.1 billion in base discretionary funding and $61.8 billion in Overseas Contingency Operations / Global War on Terrorism funding). After voting on the bill’s passage:“The Department of Defense Appropriations Act gives the United States’ military the resources it requires to effectively promote peace through strength. This act allocates the necessary funding to update vital pieces of equipment, maintain a superior technological edge, and provide complete assistance to ensure that members of our Armed Forces are prepared for all battlefield scenarios. I am also pleased that this package increases our support for American veterans and accommodates manufacturing of Apache helicopters, which are made in Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District. During this time of international unrest, the American people can have full confidence that President Trump and Congress understand our fundamental responsibilities to keep our citizens safe, and I am proud to have voted to support our military.” Passage of FY2017 Defense Appropriations Act
Congresswoman Martha McSally: The U.S. House of Representatives yesterday passed the Department of Defense Appropriations Act for 2017. The bill had bipartisan support, passing 371 to 48. This legislation provides important funding for pilots, aircraft, and base operations, among countless other important aspects of military readiness. It also fully funds the missions at Fort Huachuca and the entire A-10 fleet, allowing for critical upgrades to extend the service life of the aircraft. “I am proud to see a bipartisan majority in the House pass this important funding measure today,” said McSally. “As a 26 year veteran of the Air Force, I know firsthand how important it is to supply our military with the resources that they need to keep our country safe. This legislation does so by addressing our critical readiness situation, keeping our military on the cutting edge of new technology, and supporting our warfighters with the pay raise they deserve. I am also especially glad to see that this legislation recognizes the value of the A-10 and will supply the necessary funding to keep these planes in service.” McSally’s support for this piece of legislation today follows her long-standing commitment to funding our military and defending the A-10. She has repeatedly called on Congress and the President to fund the A-10, introduced an amendment for the Fiscal Year 2016 Defense Appropriations Act to supply necessary resources for the aircraft, and led efforts to finance wing upgrades for the fleet.
SENATOR JOHN McCAIN:“Half of BIE students don’t graduate high school. BIE tests scores trail by double digits compared to native students who attend non-BIE schools. Many schools struggle with teacher retention and some schools are unfit for human habitation… We are now spending an estimated $15,000 per student, per year. Higher than the national average, as you know… I believe it's important for us to provide their children with a decent education, but unfortunately, statistic after statistic shows that we're simply not accomplishing this. One of the options we ought to examine is charter schools, and I believe that giving parents a choice and allowing charter schools to provide educational options for parents would go a long way toward accomplishing that goal.”– McCain Speaking at Senate Indian Affairs Committee Hearing on Wed.
Senator John McCain: “Today’s unanimous vote in the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee in support of our legislation to preserve the Veterans Choice Program is an important step forward in ensuring our veterans continue to have access to quality health care in their communities. With the sunset date for the Veterans Choice Program looming, it is more urgent than ever to remove this arbitrary end date and allow the VA to use all of the funding initially appropriated for the program until it is fully expended. We simply cannot afford to send our veterans back to the pre-scandal days of unending wait-times for appointments, and I will be working closely with our leaders in the House and Senate to ensure our legislation makes it over the goal-line.” McCain’s Veterans Choice Program Improvement Act would allow the VA to access all of the funding initially appropriated for the program, and ensure that veterans’ access to care isn’t disrupted by the impending sunset of the program. The Veterans Choice Program is scheduled to sunset on August 7, 2017, and currently veterans aren’t able to schedule appointments that fall after that expiration date. The VA expects to have approximately $950 million remaining in the Veterans Choice Program when the program expires on August 7, 2017. This legislation would allow the VA to use the remaining funds for veterans’ health care authorized under the Veterans Choice Program until it is fully expended. The legislation would also authorize the VA to be the primary payer under the Veterans Choice Program, reducing veterans’ out-of-pocket costs and aligning the Veterans Choice Program with the VA’s other community care programs. Further, the bill would improve the sharing of medical records between the VA and community providers in the Veterans Choice Program to better coordinate care for veterans and connect them to care in a more timely manner. Veterans Choice Program Improvement Act is here.
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US Senate candidate Kelli Ward: Repeal MEANS repeal. The Establishment's proposed healthcare bill "Obamacare 2.0" is a broken promise. For seven years, fake conservatives have campaigned off of the promise of passing a full repeal of Obamacare. Well, now they don't seem to care and are turning their backs on the American people.
We are through with lying, fake “conservatives.” Now, more than ever, it's time to drain the swamp! It's time to send a message to the Establishment once and for all. The era of excuses is over. Americans have become disillusioned. In droves, they voted for change - to shut down the Washington machine. But fake conservatives are now showing their true colors, and are trying to pass a bill that's just Obamacare 2.0! Your generous contribution will help elect a true conservative, one that will fight to pass a FULL repeal.
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