Wednesday, February 28, 2018

2-28-18 Briefs

CaroleCondolences To The Family of  GOP Activist Carole Joyce, who has passed away after a three year battle with lung cancer, according to her son Bobby. She was the LD24 Secretary, recipient of the 2016 AZGOP Chairman’s Lifetime Achievement Award, and a member of the 2016 Arizona Electoral Delegation. Service details not available at post time.

Debbie LeskoLesko-Wins-CD8 GOP-Primary-To Replace-Rep-Trent-Franks - Former State Senator Will Face Democrat Hiral Tipirneni In The April 24 Special Election


Republicans Pick Debbie Lesko For Trent Franks’s US House Seat In Arizona Primary


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Spotted On Facebook: Why tax elderly on Social Security after they paid the taxes on it already? Government used it  shouldn’t they pay interest to the elderly? – author unknown

Anthony Kern LD20Grassroots Tea Party Patriots of Arizona will meet with LD20 House incumbent Anthony Kern at 6:30 pm., this evening in the Denny’s Restaurant Banquet Room, 9030 N. Black Canyon Hwy, Access Rd off the Dunlap Exit I-17.  Doors open 6 pm; meeting starts at 6:30 with speaker starting around 7 pm. Kern is a strong fiscal conservative and Constitutionalist, who was elected to the Arizona Legislature in 2015. He has served on the Judiciary, Ways & Means Committee and Military Affairs & Public Safety committees. He is a strong supporter of our 2nd Amendment with a 100% voting record on this issue. Contact: Francine L Romesburg

Ted Nugent will be on Tom Morrissey’s radio music show at 3 pm., Thurs., March 1 on KRIM 96.3 FM in Payson. They’ll be talking about Nugent’s music and his rise to fame.

The Scottsdale/Fountain Hills Chapter of AZRA will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., March 1 at Mimi’s – just east of the 101 on Shea Blvd in Phx. Agenda items include a discussion on the fight against the National Popular Vote and viewing of Tim Horn’s new video on the NPV. Jerry Sheridan, a long time deputy with Sheriff Arpaio's office, is scheduled to speak on the Sheriff’s office --- after the new sheriff took over. Dinner available but not required. Limited space. RSVP to Chapter President Lynne Breyer at for confirmation.

Phoenix City Councilman Jim Waring interviews Phoenix's Parks and Recreation Department Director Inger Erickson to discuss the work her department does to provide residents more than 41,000 acres of desert parks and mountain preserves with more than 200 miles of trails; 182 city parks; 32 community and recreation centers; classes and sports programs; and 29 pools. Watch here.

AzCDL Legislative Action Alert: The Republican leadership in the Legislature is showing an increasing reluctance to allow pro-rights firearms bills to be scheduled for floor votes.  One of these, HB 2535, passed out of the House Judiciary and Public Safety committee on February 14, followed by passage out of the House Rules committee on February 19.  The next step for HB 2535 is a House Committee of the Whole (COW) hearing, which can only be scheduled by the House Leadership. HB 2535 would prohibit the Department of Child Safety (DCS), a child welfare agency or a governing board of a child welfare agency from adopting, implementing or enforcing a rule or policy related to the possession, transfer or storage of a firearm. Under current DCS rules, in the case of foster care homes and facilities, firearms must be unloaded and locked away at all times and, in some cases, banned altogether.  So much for your "right" to keep and bear arms if you wish to foster or adopt a child. It is important to show the legislature that there is support for HB 2535 and your legislators need to encourage the Leadership to remember their constitutional duty is to protect the rights of individuals. We have prepared an email for you to send to your Representatives, at our Legislative Action Center, urging them to urge the House Leadership to schedule HB 2535 for a COW hearing.  It only takes a few mouse clicks to make a big difference. Click here to send your email to your Representatives about HB2535 Your legislators need to hear from you.  Let them know you are paying attention and expect them to support your rights.  Send your email today! These alerts are a project of the Arizona Citizens Defense League (AzCDL), an all-volunteer, non-profit, non-partisan grassroots organization.

Latest Legislative Activity From Jose Borrajero -- (starting2-26-18 and what happened week ending 2-23-18)

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· Latest How-They-Voted Report:

andy tobinCommissioner Andy Tobin attended the ITC Holdings Corp. extensive stakeholder meetings held in Prescott yesterday and will attend the meeting scheduled between 3-5 pm., today in Phoenix. The Big Chino Valley Pumped Storage Project is a state-of-the-art 2,000 megawatt (MW) pumped hydro energy storage facility planned in Yavapai, Coconino, and Mohave counties that is anticipated to greatly boost our state’s energy security and resilience. Earlier this month, Tobin proposed the comprehensive Arizona Energy Modernization Plan which includes a target of 3,000 MW of energy storage operating in the state by 2030. The Big Chino Valley Pumped Storage Project would bring Arizona’s total energy storage capacity to 2,326 MW, which would be more than 75 percent of the 3,000 MW goal proposed in Tobin’s Arizona Energy Modernization Plan. According to the information provided to stakeholders by ITC Holdings Corp., the project would be able to store up to 26,000 acre-feet of closed-system water and deliver 20,000 megawatt hours (MWh) at times when electricity is the most expensive to consumers. This is enough to power 3 million homes for four hours. “This project will allow our state to better harness the potential of solar resources and put them to use during expensive peak hours,” said Tobin. “It will also bring billions of dollars and thousands of jobs to the state while helping us avoid the need to build costly new generation facilities. Overall, these types of projects will be major wins for ratepayers in Arizona.” For info

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PC Larry Sorenson: Thanks again for your communication. This is the best effort at reaching the PC's that any of us have ever seen. With the mail-in ballot in full swing, the recent accusations flying between candidates may not affect the outcome at all. Right now I believe that the fate of the election is already decided in the recorders’ office mail. In the event that an accusation turns out to be true, we will simply live with the outcome until the next election. There may be some validity to the idea of a short term temporary appointment in light of the proximity to the general election. We taxpayers are out over a million bucks and may forever question our votes.

Leona Johnston, Fountain Hills Republican Club: Frosty, Thanks to you for your outstanding publicizing of the Fountain Hills Republican Club Booth at the Great Fair! Chris Brant, 2nd VP and Booth Chairman, reports that it was a huge success; a large number of volunteers, many candidates getting signatures for petitions and meeting and greeting, voter registrations, “new member” outreach for the club. A final tally of the political survey will be forthcoming, but Chris reports that people were standing in line to take the survey. The mood was very positive. Only one negative incident reported. One person from the neighboring Dem booth wanted to start an argument. And he couldn’t keep up with the constant stream of “happy” Republican taking over the entire area. The Fair is over, but the “after glow” remains. We are so sincerely grateful to you! Leona Johnston, PR Chair

LD17 3rd Vice-Chair Anne Kirkham: LD17 needs help staffing their booth at the 30th Annual Ostrich Festival at Tumbleweed Park in Chandler on March 9 - 11.  This is a great opportunity to educate and inform the voting public about the Republican Party platform and register voters. Contact Kirkham at 480-459-5356 or . Click here to sign up!

The American Freedom Alliance (AF) Team: Today was the day of the CD8 House Special Election to elect nominees from both parties to run again on April 24, 2018 to win the seat in Congress. The winner of the Republican election with 36% of the vote is Debbie Lesko.  Following her were Steve Montenegro with 24% despite the revelation late in the early voting period that he is engaged in his own swamp activity with a woman not his wife.  Montenegro enjoyed the endorsements of Congressman Franks himself, Sen. Ted Cruz and Sheriff Arpiao.  Coming in third was "I was the first Legislator to Support Trump" Phil Lovas, also known as the McCain candidate. He grabbed 23% of the vote with 100% of the votes counted. See arizona-cd8-special-election-results

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Martin sepulveda 1Chandler Mayoral candidate Martin Sepulveda: “I am running for Mayor of Chandler to serve our entire community. After serving two terms as city councilman, I have the understanding and the ability to lead Chandler as its next Mayor. As a seventh-generation Arizonan I have deep ties to Chandler; my family has lived in the East Valley for more than 100 years. After graduating from Arizona State University, I enlisted in the Marine Corps and later received a commission in the Navy. I had the honor of leading American’s in combat operations in the first Gulf War, Kosovo, multiple tours in the Middle East and Afghanistan. In May of 2015, I retired from the United States Navy as a Commander, after more than 35 years of reserve and active service. With the exception of military deployments, I've lived in Arizona my entire life. My wife and I have been married for 34 years and have been fortunate to raise our family in Chandler. Our son and daughter are now raising their families here. We believe in Chandler and want to make it an even better community for generations to come. As Mayor, I will draw from 30 years of public and private sector experience. Chandler will once again lead in innovative and collaborative solutions to Economic Development. We will partner with job creators in the private sector and cut unnecessary bureaucracy and wasteful spending. We will create an environment where our educational institutions and businesses benefit from collaboration. Finally, as Mayor, I will be committed to fully funding Public Safety. We cannot maintain our quality of life, keep our neighborhoods and schools safe and hope to retain or attract businesses if we do not have adequate public safety. Chandler politicians have shamefully given themselves pay raises and increased their benefits rather than hire more police officers. I will make sure that our first responders have what they need to keep Chandler safe. I swore my first oath of office, when I enlisted in the Marine Corps at 17 years old. Twenty years later, I swore an oath to serve Chandler; when I was elected to the City Council. My entire adult life has been in the service of our nation and our community. It will be an honor to serve the City of Chandler as its next Mayor.” Contact: Ivan Pemberton 602-955-2186


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Brent Backus 2LD13 State Senate candidate Brent Backus: Cruelly to animals is a sin. The AZ Senate just passed SB 1295 by a vote of 16-13 on Feb 26, 2018. The bill makes cruelly to animals a class 5 felony. SB1295 now goes to the house for approval. Who would not want to vote for this bill that prohibits a person from intentionally or knowingly subjecting a domestic animal to cruel mistreatment? My opponent Sine Kerr, of Buckeye, the short term unelected State Senator from LD 13 voted against this bill along with 12 other State Senators. Look at the voting record and you can decide who must visit the Humane Society to view abused pets, or sit down with a grieving family who lost a loved pet to cruel treatment from a human being. Please contact your State Representative to support SB 1295 and go to my Face Book page ( to donate the AZ Humane Society. When elected I will support all efforts to protect our pets. I am the conservative candidate running for the State Senate seat in LD13. Please visit my web site Contact: Backus at 623-208-0035

jim o'connor 2017Jim O’Connor – Arizona Corporation Commission candidate: Running for office with integrity is hard! Jim O'Connor pledged not to take money from special interests. Jim is committed to serving you, the voters. The Arizona Corporation Commission is especially vulnerable to special interests because it directly regulates powerful, deep pocketed companies. But Jim can't do this alone! Jim is making dozens of campaign stops each month, talking to Republican groups all over the state. Even after all that hard work, Jim needs roughly 1,000 more qualifying contributions of $5 made to Clean Elections on his behalf. These donations will qualify Jim for over $108,000 in funding — enough to win this primary race! Once he gets these signatures, his campaign will go into high gear. That's why you need to give a hand. Call your close friends and family. Any registered voter in Arizona can donate. click here and print out the Clean Elections form. Don't forget to send all donations to Jim O'Connor at 8001 E Del Joya Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85258.

kelli ward 2018Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward: Leading the progressives in Congress, Rep. Nancy Pelosi recently revealed one of her border security solutions... trimming the grass between the U.S. and Mexico. No, I am not at all kidding. After slamming the idea of building a Wall, Pelosi said the following in her recent interview with The Arizona Republic: "Let’s talk about where a more serious structure might be necessary, where fencing will do, or where mowing the grass so people can’t be smuggled through the grass.” Friend, proposals like this may seem absurd but we have to take them seriously. Right now there is vicious opposition to President Trump's border wall and border security measures that will actually work. And it's not just the Democrats who are balking... Fake conservatives like Rep. Martha "McAmnesty" McSally don't support the President and his America First border reforms either. That's why I am asking you for your help today... Friend, the Washington Examiner recently called Martha McSally "the GOP establishment's last hope in Arizona." But she's not just the Republican establishment's pick... she's the Democrats' too!
Democrats would be thrilled to see McSally defeat me because they know that her voting record poses no threat to their agenda. In fact, they would probably count on McSally to support the dispatch of lawnmowers to the southern border as a security solution. This is why I need your immediate support. I need you to help me get our latest hard-hitting ads on the air so that folks know that McSally is not the conservative choice for Arizona.
Chip-in The fact is, McSally is dangerously close to Sen. "Fake" Jeff Flake when it comes to immigration: Like Flake, McSally supports protecting illegal aliens through Obama's unconstitutional DACA program

· Like Flake, McSally supports "amnesty" for nearly 1.8 million illegals currently within our borders

· Like Flake, McSally opposes building President Trump's border wall

It's perfectly clear that McSally intends to repeat the very same mistakes of retiring Sanctuary Senator Jeff Flake...Watch our ad! And with Flake out and McSally in, Arizonans – and all Americans – will get the same bad results: More protection for illegals at the expense of our precious national security. Arizona can't afford to replace one fake conservative with another – yet that is exactly what will happen if McSally is allowed to take Flake's vacated Senate seat. Arizona can't afford to replace one fake conservative with another – yet that is exactly what will happen if McSally is allowed to take Flake's vacated Senate seat.

Sergio ArellanoCD3 Sergio Arellano: How much do you make Raul? Earlier this month, my good friend Terry Mendoza asked House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, "How much do you make Nancy?" Terry's question stumped the hapless "Leader." If we were to ask Congressman Raul Grijalva how much he makes, the honest response would have to be: 'A lot more than my constituents.' Terry asked the question of Pelosi during a Phoenix town hall featuring Pelosi and Grijalva. The two representatives were bashing the tax reforms passed by Congress this year. Pelosi has dismissed the bonuses that resulted from the tax cuts as "crumbs." They might be crumbs to a multi-millionaire, but for the people of Grijalva's CD3, those crumbs represent opportunity. You see, after Grijalva called for a boycott of his own people, we were all left with nothing but crumbs. CD3 is home to the eighth poorest metropolitan area in the country thanks to Grijalva's boycott. The results of his boycott are still felt today. Because of the boycott, the unemployment rate in CD3 is one of the highest in the country. Too many of Grijalva's constituents can't yet see the benefits of tax reform because they have yet to find employment. At the same time the people of CD3 were struggling to live off crumbs, Grijalva was doling out "hush money" in order to make a complaint by a female staffer go away. The female staffer had complained that he had created a "hostile workplace." Thanks to Grijalva's boycott, the people of CD3 know what it is like to work in a Grijalva-created hostile workplace. Grijalva may not be the wealthiest member of Congress, but he has done a lot to ensure that his people remain some of the poorest in the country. Still optimism remains high and the people of CD3 are ready for new leadership. They are ready for a change. I represent that change. I have confidence that the people of CD3 are looking for a fresh face and a selfless leader. I am that man. We are running a grassroots no-frills campaign. Already I and my volunteers are spanning out across the vast CD3 collecting signatures, hosting meet-and-greets, as well as talking to our neighbors about common sense solutions and common dreams. As I would often tell my fellow infantrymen, "We can do this. We will survive. We can win this!" I am calling on you to join the fight against the anti-business, anti-prosperity, anti-family antithesis of the American Dream known as Congressman Raul Grijalva.

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FEB 28

LD4 and the Estrella Republican Club will meet at 7 pm., Feb 28 at the Estrella Foothills H.S. 13033 S. Estrella Pkwy, with  State Treasurer candidates Kimberly Yee and Ann Sabbagh. Contact Chairman Dick Newcomer at 623-398-5638.

Jim O'Connor, candidate for Corporation Commission, will visit the Yuma County Republican Women on Wed., Feb 28.


Central Republican Women of Phoenix has changed venues and will meet Thursday evening, March 1st at Aunt Chilada's restaurant - 7330 N Dreamy Draw Dr. in Phoenix.  Social hour is 5:30 pm and meeting start is 6:15pm with Gene Kopelson, author of Reagan's 1968 Dress Rehearsal. $20 gets dinner and beverage as well as the company of Rockin' Republican women. RSVP to

Have “Coffee with Supervisor Bill Gates” at 8 am., March 1 at the HonorHealth Sonoran Health and Emergency Center -2nd Floor Sonoran Conference Room, 33423 N. 32nd Ave. (I-17 & Dove Valley Rd.,) in Phoenix. Also hear Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes, address the CD8 special election. Refreshments by HonorHealth. Contact Gates at Phone: (602) 506-7562

Concerned Citizens for America will meet at 6:30 pm., Thurs., March 1 at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Road in Sedona to hear a presentation on the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact by political consultant and NPV spokesman Constantine Querard. Querard will be preceded by CD1 candidate Steve Smith and CCA chairman Andre Kadar

Mesa Republican Women’s Club will meet at 11 am, March 1 at 1900 E. University Suite 11 in Mesa.  The program features State Treasurer candidates Sen. Kimberly Yee and Tom Forese. Yee is a former State senator and Forese served as an Arizona Corporation Commissioner. Doors open at 11am. Member cost is $10; $12 for non-members.  Candidates for other races that wish for “2 Minutes at the Mike” should request to do so no later than Feb 26.  Contact: to schedule. Nancy Cottle, MRW 1VC 602.292.5646

March 2

An Americans for Prosperity Foundation Grassroots Leadership Academy training session is scheduled at 6 pm., March 2 at the Mountain View Lutheran Church in Phoenix in the East Valley – includes free dinner . Tickets: summit-tickets Contact White at (480) 290 – 2286. Contact Leslie White at (480) 290 – 2286.

The Gila County Republican Party’s 18th Annual Lincoln Day Dinner is scheduled at 6 pm., Fri., March 2 at the Mazatzal Casino in Payson. The social hour with cash bar opens at 5pm. Speakers include Congressman Paul Gosar, along with US Senate candidates Dr. Kelli Ward and Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Q and A period to follow speeches. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet a host of other elected officials attending the event. Tickets are $50 each, available at or call Chairman Gary Morris at 928-478-8186 or or Shirley (928) 951-6774.

Jim O'Connor, candidate for Corporation Commission, will attend the Gila County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner on Fri., March 2. The GCR dinner starts at 5 pm., at the Mazatzal Hotel/Casion in Payson.

The State of Arizona Research Library continues its 2018 Arizona Author Series by hosting author Bernard Wilson as he discusses the process of research for his book, The Lives and Achievements of Tucson’s Unknown African American Pioneers, 1860-1910 at 3 pm., Fri, March 2 at the Polly Rosenbaum Archive and History Building. This free talk is part of the 2018 Arizona Author Series, hosted from on the first Friday of the month in February—July by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Arizona Secretary of the State. This program is funded by a Library Services and Technology Act grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State’s office. Contact: Brianna Furcron, Special Collections Librarian 602) 926-3723


The Suns City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30am., Sat., March 3 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd.  Doors open at 8 am. Coffee and donuts will be available.  A $2 donation is requested which helps pay for the room rental.  All Republicans from the Sun Cities and surrounding areas are invited.  SCWRC

will be conducting candidate forums from January to June. State Treasurer candidates will be at their March 3 meeting. Contact: Jean Goncalves, Publicity Chair 623-214-8010 or


The Republican Women’s Club will meet with Gene Kopelson, national expert on President Ronald Reagan and author of Reagan’s 1968 Dress Rehearsal at 6 pm., Mon., March 5 at Millennium Resort Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 North Scottsdale Road, in Scottsdale. Spouses invited. 5:30 pm meet and greet, 6 pm meeting, 6:20 pm – dinner and 7pm program. $35 per person. RSVP/reservations to Patricia Kaufman, 7436 E. Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250, (480-368-2777) or Attendees are urged to wear green in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.

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· Gun-Owners, NRA-Remain-Resolute-In-Face-Of-Misaimed-Backlash


· Its-Not-NRA, Its-Not-Guns, It’s The Person-Who Went On A Shooting Rampage.

· NRA-Statement-On-Corporate-Partnerships


· Wrong Target!!!

· There Has Never Been A Better Time To Join The NRA

· Who’s Behind The ‘Grassroots’ Anti-NRA Campaign?


· About-Those-Meds-The-Crazed-School-Shooter-Was-Taking

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· US-Intel: Russia-Compromised-Seven-States-Prior-To-2016-Election

· US-Judge-Rejects-Lawsuit-Seeking-To-Stop-Trump-Border-Wall

· Lawsuit: 100,000-Noncitizens-Registered-Vote-Pa

· How- Would-Muslims-Take-Control-Of-America

· US-Supreme-Court-Ruling-Curbs-Some-Rights-Immigrants-Awaiting-Deportation

· You Can Now Add ‘Husband And Wife’ To The Insane List Of Trigger Words That Make Liberals Cry

· Florida-Gun-Store-Owner-Says-Sales-Are-Up-33%


· Steve-Montenegro-Leading-Republican-To-Succeed-Disgraced-Trent-Franks-Faces-Sex-Scandal

· Jeff-Flake-President-2020-Arizona-Senator-Fuels-Speculation-New-Hampshire-Event

· Supreme Court Takes Age Discrimination Suit From Arizona Fire District

· Following-Sex-Scandals-Arizona-Legislature-Adopt-Code-Conduct

· Court Lets Stand Ruling That ‘Paternity’ Law Is Same For Women And Men

· Phoenix-Murders-Rise-Solving-Rates-Drop-Murder-Rates-Rising

· Congressman Biggs’ Statement On Supreme Court’s "Jennings V Rodriguez" Decision

· Goldwater Asks Arizona Judge To Stop Pinal County Tax

· Buckeye Safest, Phoenix, Tucson Not Among Arizona’s 20 Safest Cities

· Tip Helps Agents Find 12 Illegal Aliens Held In Mobile Home

· Border Patrol, Dps Find 140 Bricks Of Marijuana After Pursuit

· Maricopa County Man Arrested For Threatening Violence Against Church

· Phx Man Pleads Guilty For Role In Fraudulent Telemarketing Scheme

· Willcox Border Patrol Finds Two Illegal Aliens In Trunk

· I-19 Cbp Agents Nab Nogales Teen For Smuggling Meth

· 2 Combs High School Students Charged With Conspiracy To Commit Terrorism


· Trump’s Latest Comments On The Parkland Shooting Have Liberals FUMING Mad, But Patriots Are Standing In Applause


· A Florida School Shooting First Responder Just Revealed Some News That Has Made Us Absolutely Sick

· Parkland-Gun-Control-Activist-David-Hogg-Lashes-Out-At-Infowars

· Bizarre Video: David Hogg Says Sister Lost 4 Friends, Then 2…Then 3?


· Garden-Valley-School-Dist-Buys-Rifles-Will-Warn-Visitors-Building-Is-Armed

· Ben Shapiro On School Safety: ‘We Should Be Guarding Our Kids’ The Way We Guard Banks

· Glenn Breaks Down The Parkland Shooting Timeline: ‘This Was A Massive Failure Of The System’

· Florida Students Set To Return To Class; Pressure On Broward Sheriff Mounts


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