Thursday, April 5, 2018

4-5-18 Briefs

ACTION ALERT: Arizona Citizens Defense League (AzCDL) Update: We just learned that on Thursday, April 5, the full Senate is scheduled to vote on the AzCDL-requested bill HB 2211.  We apologize for the late notice - the Legislature tends to post their calendars at the last minute. HB 2211 would add a personal exemption for firearms to the state's bankruptcy statutes.  Currently there is no specific bankruptcy exemption for your personal firearms. AzCDL has prepared an email for you to send to your Arizona State Senator urging them to vote for the passage of HB 2211. send your letter.

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Opinions expressed by readers are not necessarily those of the Briefs. Commentary running over 400 words is subject to editing

zack taylorActivist Zack Taylor: This is THE most important information I have seen to date on the so called opioid crisis.  Big-Opioid-Myths-Lies/ The first two parts of this series on the opioid crisis are here and here. (Yes, another manufactured crisis to conceal criminal activity.) Should be mandatory reading for every American.

timothy Schwartz-Timothy LD30 1 VCLD30 PC Timothy Schwartz: I'm offering you an URGENT challenge! Please get some voter registration forms (County Elections dept) and start walking your neighborhood. Democrats are in serious mode with their registration efforts, and Republicans MUST answer the call! Our future as a Country might easily depend on what happens in our elections this fall. Democrats are training/mobilizing large numbers and we must match the effort. Need training? We're here to help. See Expanding-Map-Creates-Tough-Choices-For-GOP

archie dicksionActivist Archie Dicksion: There is some indication that Governor Ducey is going to ask the legislature to introduce legislation to enact his program to provide school protection in the after many of the Florida school shooting. The idea being that they will draft the legislation, introduce it at this session and pass it into law. It is too late for legislation to be introduced in regular course. We must insist that our legislators adhere to the rules that govern introduction and discussion of legislation. This will prevent "Knee Jerk reactions in enacting our laws. Here is a link provided to the site developed by Jose Borrajero that will allow each of you to send an email to your legislator to urge them to adhere to Rules and make certain that any legislation on this matter requested by the Governor is subject to public scrutiny and public comment.

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Daren Schnepf, Julie Phillips, and Jeanne Stockton presented petition signatures to the Pinal County Board of Supervisors.

The Vote San Tan Valley Steering Committee submitted more than 5000 signatures from San Tan Valley citizens yesterday asking the Pinal County Board of Supervisors to call an election on whether over 100,000 people may form their own local government that reflects its citizens and objective, according to the committee. Their press release reads, “Although there have been challenges in this effort, the current Steering Committee members and volunteers encountered tremendous support throughout the San Tan Valley area when they were out collecting signatures on the petitions. The process has been an all-out effort to enfranchise the largest population in an unincorporated county area in Arizona with the right to vote on their form of local government. This effort will not be overcome even by the self-interested misinterpretation of the state laws by out of county developers who insist that the incorporation must have their consent. Moreover, State Representative Kelly Townsend who last year worked to get passage of the exception allowing San Tan Valley citizens choose their government formation, disagrees with the developers’ interpretation that their consent is needed for San Tan Valley and is working to clarify that with a new bill running through committees at the State Legislature. As the Steering committee and all the volunteers and citizens who want this incorporation awaits the petition validation by the Pinal County Election Department, they are waiting for the Pinal County Board of Supervisors to set the question on the ballot for an already planned election date of August 28, 2018. The Steering Committee and volunteers are encouraging all civic minded residents to get involved. Become part of the solution and help mold this into a community for everyone that lives within the mapped area and, hopefully, the newly incorporated municipality. Please send an email to if you would like to be part of the next exciting phase.”

Mark LewisMark Lewis, Director – Central AZ Project (CAP): If either of the 50% solar tax mandate ballot measures get approved in AZ, we will end up with the biggest nuclear waste dump in America. And we will lose thousands of high paying jobs. Palo Verde is the largest tax payer to local schools in the whole state, so your homeowners taxes would jump if this 50% solar tax mandate is approved. If you see petitioners out collecting signatures for solar record them on your cell phone and post to Facebook. APS-Financed-Study-Predicts-Arizona-Job-Losses-If-Renewables-Initiative Succeeds

Lynne BreyerLynne Breyer, AZRA Executive Vice President: After 60 days during which the majority of the Board of Directors stepped in to put AZRA back on track after a coup attempt by some rogue AZRA members, the National Federation of Republican Assemblies (NFRA), in accordance with the AZRA Bylaws, appointed Irving Scott of the West Pinal County Chapter and a current member of the NFRA Board, as President of AZRA until a new Executive Committee can be elected at the Annual Convention in Scottsdale on May 5, 2018. Scott immediately appointed Lynne Breyer as Executive Vice President to continue the work to restore AZRA to its mission. Ardith Hildebrant was retained as Ardith HildebrantTreasurer through a vote of the BoD on February 1, 2018. However, the rogue actors did not want to accept that outcome, and Cid DeLa Fuente, Jim Dutton and Walt Steiner resigned from AZRA and/or the Executive Committee immediately after the results of the vote retaining Hildebrant was announced. They then pretended to still be office holders, but resignations are irrevocable. Since February 1, they have continued collecting dues but never turned them in to the treasurer for processing, causing some members to believe their dues are paid when they are not. Members of the Mohave, Yavapai County, SE Valley, East Mesa and West Valley Chapters who paid their dues after December 22, 2017 should retrieve their payments from their former chapter leadership and send them directly to AZRA, P.O. Box 44534, Phoenix, AZ 85064. Every organization has its growing pains. What happened in AZRA is rare in the Republican Assemblies. AZRA has an excellent BoD devoted to growing AZRA to its full potential and realizing the future that members saw when they joined. AZRA members have been notified of this appointment by email containing the full letter from NFRA, attached. Contact:

AZRA letter

wes harrieLD20 PC Wes Harris To County Attorney And Board Of Superviors: Gentleman, for three years now I have spoken and written to each of you regarding what I personally felt was a gross miscarriage of justice on the part of the County of Maricopa not standing behind their employees in the case of lisa aubuchonLisa Aubuchon  and Rachael Alexander.  Prior to all that went down, well before any of you took office, I received a verbal promise from the then County Chairman that under no circumstances would he allow the County to settle out of court regarding the claims from then Supervisors Mary Rose Wilcox and Don Stapley.  Well, we all know where that promise went and the citizens of Maricopa County never got their day in court and these two walked away with millions of our tax payer dollars for their trouble.  We also know that the twrachael 2o County Attorneys noted above have been dragged through the mud and virtually bankrupted as a reward for doing what they were charged to do and have become the scape goats on this entire sad case. As I noted, I contacted each of you numerous times and, frankly, only two of you responded in any way and those responses were to basically wash your hands of the problem.  I asked each of you to just sit down and talk one on one with Rachel and Lisa and none of you would agree to even do that.  Since none of you, including our current County Attorney

Bill MontgomeryBill Montgomery whom I count as a personal friend, were there at the time, I again ask:  Isn't it time that we end this and give these two competent attorneys their lives back?  Surely there is enough evidence that this has been a gross miscarriage and each of you can finally do what I strongly believe is the right thing to do...if nothing more than to stop the hemorrhage of our tax payer dollars.  Won't you please at least sit down with them and hear them out?  I don't understand why that seems too much to ask.

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Gary Morris, Gila ChrGary Morris, Chairman of the Gila County Republican Committee, reports that the Committee will be conducting an April 14 candidate “meet and greet” at their Payson Headquarters The event will be in conjunction with the Rim Country Chamber of Commerce’s Business Showcase and Life Style Expo - located in the same shopping center as the GOP HQ, 307 S Beeline Hwy in Payson between 10 am-5pm. Hundreds of people are expected . He says this will be a great opportunity for candidates and elected officials to meet and greet a large number of voters. Tables will be provided for campaign materials and petition gathering. Several food venders will be in attendance. The food court canopy will be located at their front door. Contact Morris at 928-478-8186.

Gila County Republican Chairman Gary Morris, along with Andy McKinney, the immediate past president of the Rim Country Republican Club, will be conducting their monthly radio show on KMOG 1420 AM radio in Payson on Mon, April 9. The one hour show starts at 9 AM.

arlene goldblatt 3The Arrowhead Republican Women’s “New/Prospective Member Luncheon & Tea” is scheduled at 11 am., April 18 at the home of PresidentArlene Goldblatt. Speakers include AzFRW President Loraine Pellegrino, Second Vice President Cyndi Love and former national President Rae Chornenky. RSVP to Goldblatt at 623-583-7738 by April 13.

Pima County Republican ExComm Member-At-Large Kuuleme Stephens is heading up the volunteers for their booth at the Pima County Fair scheduled Mon, April 23 –Thur, April 26. The shifts are 2 - 4 hours long between 1pm-10 pm. Parking will be provided. Any time you can commit to being there would be appreciated. For details or to volunteer, please contact Kuuleme at

Bob BranchDr. Bob Branch, Candidate for Public Instruction, will be speaking at the Mesa Republican Women Superintendent of Public Instruction candidates “round-table” (speed date format) at 11 am., Thurs., April 5 at 1900 E University, Suite 11 in Mesa (NW corner of University and Gilbert). He will be sharing his ideas of “Dismantling the U.S. Department of Education” and “Making Education Great Again.”

Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel: It’s important for the future of this country that we continue to put Republicans in Debbie LeskoCongress and that we elect Debbie Lesko to the Congress because our country is doing better under Republican leadership. We have more jobs, three million more jobs, wages are up, people are getting bonuses, better investment in their 401(k)s because of these tax cuts. And so if we turn this seat over to a Democrat we know what they want, they want tax increases, they want your paychecks to be smaller, and they don’t want to continue on this path of prosperity that Republicans have put in place for people in Arizona. AUDIO FROM KFYI (AZ): Chairwoman McDaniel: It’s Important For The Future Of This Country That We Continue To Elect Republicans

You can pick up campaign supplies, - yard signs, etc at the GOP Victory offices.

Ronna_Romney_McDaniel_2018Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel on Equal Pay Day: "As women continue to shape the American workforce and economy, the Republican Party recognizes the importance of equal pay for equal work," said McDaniel. "President Trump and Republicans in Congress are empowering working women by investing in women-owned businesses, supporting women entrepreneurs, and incentivizing companies to provide paid family leave. The Republican Party is dedicated to opportunity and job growth, because when women succeed, the entire nation follows suit. We recognize the achievements of America’s hard-working women and stand with them as they advance their careers, today and every day."

The Arrowhead Republican Women will feature Andrea Kadar of the Coalition Against Human Trafficking - Northern Arizona at their April 11 luncheon. Register before Sun., April 8.

Jonathan Lines 2The AZGOP Spring Executive Committee will meet at 9 am., Sat., April 7 at Pebble Creek Resort in the West Valley, according to Chairman Jonathan Lines. Breakfast and lunch will be served. Meeting is open to Executive Committee members only. The agenda includes reports from Arizona’s NRC Woman Lori Klein Corbin and AZ NRC Man Bruce Ash. US Senate candidate Debbie Lesko is scheduled to give her campaign update.

Meet Wendy Rogers at the Graham County Republican Meeting at noon, Fri, April 6 at the Manor House, 415 E Hwy 70 in Safford. RSVP

LD14 will meet at 9 am., Sat., April 14 at Benson City Hall. LD14 covers three full counties and Eastern PIMA and their meetings are open to all Republicans or Independents. Contact: Bruce Piepho at

The Arizona Game and Fish Dept is closing the Palo Verde boat launch at Canyon Lake April l9-19 for facility improvements. Laguna is alternate boat launch during this time period. Trailer parking will be very limited and the public is encouraged to find other boating locations during this temporary closure. Good alternatives are Saguaro, Apache and Roosevelt lakes on the Tonto National Forest.

jim waringPhoenix City Councilman Jim Waring will meet with constituents at 5 pm., Tues., April 17 for a “Consolidated Elections Hearing” at the Goelet AC Beuf Community Center, 3435 W Pinnacle Peak Road, followed by a community budget hearing at 6 pm. (Map)

The Colorado River Tea Party will not meet on April 5 due to having a booth at the County Fair in Yuma. Contact Chr Sally Kizer at

Congresswoman Martha McSally is having a grand opening for her McSally for Senate campaign between 5:30-8 pm Thurs., April 5 at 2131 E Camelback Road #250 in Phoenix. Food and Drinks provided.

Did you know? The Arizona Game and Fish Department conserves and protects Arizona’s 800+ wildlife species but receives NO Arizona general fund tax dollars.

marc bretz 3aLD1 Maricopa County Field Organizer Marc Bretz is asking for volunteers to man phone banks between 9am- noon and from 1-4 pm., Monday-Friday, in the West Valley GOP office, 10050 W Bell Road in Sun City on behalf of candidate Debbie Lesko . Lesko is in a Special Election to replace former Congressman Trent Franks, who recently resigned his position. Phone banking and canvassing are occurring daily. Contact or (623) 396-7415 volunteer.

Bill Gates #4 Bd of SuperMaricopa County Board of Supervisors Bill Gates, the Maricopa County Farm Bureau, and Maricopa County Cooperative Extension will host a catered breakfast between 8-10 am., April 5 at the Desert Tree Farm (pictured), 2744 E Union Hills Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85050. Guests are asked to bring a canned goods or non-perishable item to donate to the local food bank. The Farm Bureau Breakfast is in lieu of the regular April County Coffee. County Coffee resumes May 3. RSVP required to Liz Foster by March 28 at

If You Want To Help Your Favorite Republican Candidates get their petitions signed to get on the ballot, sign up on line with the Secretary of State office at voter petitions

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kelli ward 2018 aU.S. Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward said Wednesday that she supports President Trump's idea to have the military secure the U.S.-Mexico border until his wall is built, saying it's a "great option" for now. Ward said she believes the National Guard is "very well-prepared for this mission" and have been "doing it in other countries for decades." The potential move appears to be motivated by a caravan of migrants making their way from Honduras to the U.S. border. "Until we can have a wall with proper security, we are going to be guarding our border with our military. That's a big step," Trump said at the White House Tuesday. Ward, running for the Senate seat being vacated by Republican Jeff Flake, recently visited an Arizona cattle rancher who showed her just how unprotected the border is in some areas of Arizona. "We're supposed to believe that the four flimsy strands of barbed wire, that are down there between Mexico and the United States, are supposed to protect our border from the traffickers," she said, adding that 25 miles of the ranch is up against Mexico. Ward on the importance of securing the border

Wendy Rogers 2014CD1 candidate Wendy Rogers: Now that the quarter is over, it is time to ramp up our volunteer effort. If you live in Arizona, you can help us in the district. If you live outside of Arizona, there are still things you can do to help. Every minute you help whether it is on social media, on the ground, or making calls, it helps Wendy Rogers get closer and closer to VICTORY in August and in November against the Democrats. If you would like to volunteer to help the campaign, please reply to this email with how you would like to help. Or I can suggest ways to help if you are willing. We just need whatever help you can provide! Also, I want to let you know about an event we are having on Friday in Safford. Wendy will be speaking at the Graham County Republican Meeting. If you are in the area we hope you can join us! Meet Wendy Rogers at the Graham County Republican Meeting at noon, Fri, April 6 at the Manor House, 415 E Hwy 70 in Safford. RSVP Wendy will need 2,000 by the end of May. We would be so grateful if you would sign this petition if you live in her district. If you know of others in the district, would you forward this email to them so they can also sign? Last on my list is to ask you Wendy's online petition Here is a map if you would like to check to see if you are in Arizona's 1st Congressional District.

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Concerned Citizens for America (CC4A) will host LD6 House candidate Stuart McDaniel, who is running to fill the seat of termed-out LD6 Rep Brenda Barton, at 6:30 pm., Thurs., April 5 at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Road in Sedona. Andrea Kadar will address “The Abuse of Marijana, Opioids, Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Heroin and Fentanyl in Arizona: What is our Solution?” and answer questions at a Q&A regarding “pot” and other drug related inquiries. All voters welcome. Desserts provided. Contact: Andrea Kadar

Mesa Republican Women will be hosting Superintendent of Public Instruction candidates “round-table” (speed date format) at 11 am., Thurs., April 5 at 1900 E University ,Suite 11 in Mesa (NW corner of University and Gilbert). Candidates will be answering questions at each table. For reservations RSVP to Jennifer Hill no later than April 2.  $10 members; $12 for non-members.  Doors open at 11am, concludes at 1 pm. Other non-featured candidates wishing to speak for 2 minutes must request to do so by April 2nd.  Email Nancy Cottle at

The Scottsdale/FH Chapter of AZRA will meet at 6 pm, Thurs, April 5 at the Mustang Library, Scottsdale with Michelle Ugenti-Rita, who will talk about the good, the bad and they ugly in this year's Legislative Session. They will also be discussing two millennials who changed their voter registration from Democrat to Republican and what turned them around. And they will elect Delegates to the Annual AZRA Convention to be held on May 5, 2018 at the Granite Reef Senior Center in Scottsdale.  Members in good standing in the Scottsdale/FH Chapter are welcome to submit to be elected as a Delegate or Alternate to that Convention.  Election of seven officers will be held at the Convention. – Contact Lynne Breyer.

The LD9 Republican Leadership Initiative Training session will be held between 5-7 pm., Thurs., April 5 at 1740 E Fort Lowell Road in Tucson. View Map Contact: Erik Schoenecker/ AZGOP Regional Field Director

Central Republican Women of Phoenix will be hosting a candidate forum for AZ Superintendent of Public Instruction at 6:15 pm., Thurs, April 5 at Aunt Chilada's Restaurant,  7330 N. Dreamy Draw in Phoenix.  Social hour is at 5:30pm. $20 includes food and beverage. Confirmed candidates: Superintendent Diane Douglas, and candidates Tracy Livingston, Frank Riggs and Jonathan Gelbart.  All Republicans welcome! RSVP to

The Colorado River Tea Party will host a registration booth between April 3-8 at the Yuma County Fair. Contact Chr Sally Kizer at

The Maricopa County Farm Bureau and Maricopa County Supervisor Bill Gates will be featured at the Phoenix District 3 Breakfast scheduled between 8-10 am, April 5 at the  Desert Tree Farm  in north Phoenix. RSVP to Liz Foster Please bring a canned good or non-perishable item to donate to the local food bank.


The State of Arizona Research Library continues its 2018 Arizona Author Series by hosting its second event with co-authors, Alan Day & Lynn Wiese Sneyd, authors of Cowboy Up! Life Lessons from Lazy B at 3 pm., April 6 on the second floor mezzanine of the Polly Rosenbaum State Archives and History Building.


The PACHYDERM CLUB presents Mark Spencer of Judicial Watch at 11:30 am., Sat., April 7 at the Prescott Country Club HOA Building, 1103 Old Chisholm Trail, Dewey, AZ. 86327. Free Lunch. Donation – minimum $10 per person to be given to Judicial Watch. Limited seating. Reservation required. RSVP to or call 928-636-7355.

The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am., Sat., April 7 in the Quail Room of the Foundation, 14465 R H Johnson Blvd., in Sun City West with Secretary of State incumbent Michele Reagan and candidate Lori Klein Corbin.  Both candidates have impressive resumes and have served our state in many capacities. Donuts and coffee will be available - a $2.00 donation, please, to help defray the cost of the room rental.  All Republicans from the Sun Cities and surrounding areas are invited to attend their informative meetings. Since this is an election year, SCWRC will continuing hosting question and answer forums for  candidates for state offices.  Contact: Clair Van Steenwyk at 623-322-9979 or publicity chairman Jean Goncalves at  623-214-8010


The Colorado River Tea Party will host a registration booth through April 8 at the Yuma County Fair. Contact Chr Sally Kizer at


The Western Pinal County Chapter of AZRA will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., April 9 at 408 N. Sacaton Street, Suite II, in Casa Grande with Americans for Prosperity - AZ Senior Legislative Advisor Tom Jenney (formerly the Arizona Federation of Taxpayers (AFTContact Jenney at, and (602) 478-0146. Contact AZRA President Nancy Hawkins at

The Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum will meet at 11:30 am., Mon., April 9 at the Hotel St Michael ballroom. $18 per person. Reservations required. RVSP to Bob Luzius at (928) 717-2551 or


The Payson Tea Party meets at 6 pm., April 10 (each Tuesday) at Tiny's Restaurant in Payson. That organization also welcomes candidate speakers. Contact Darlene Younker at 858-395-1850.

The Mingus Mountain Republican Club will meet at 11:15 am., Tues, April 10 at the VFW Post 7400, 705 E Aspen St in Cottonwood. $11 per person. RSVP to Niles Haton at (928) 649-1643 or

Supt of Public Instruction candidate Frank Riggs reports that he will be speaking at the 11:15 am., Tues., April 10 Mingus Mountain Republican Club meeting in Cottonwood. $11 per person. RSVP to Niles Haton at (928) 649-1643 or


The Arizona Federation of Republican Women will visit the legislature between 10:30am – 2 pm., Wed., April 11 at the Arizona State Capitol, 1700 W Washington in Phoenix. $20 includes lunch. Remember to wear red. Register here You can still pay by credit card. Email your registration form to: and call Cindy Casaus at 602-300-4185 with credit card information for processing. Credit/debit payments will be charged 4%.

Andrea Kadar of the Coalition Against Human Trafficking - Northern Arizona will address the Arrowhead Federation of Republican Women’s April 11 luncheon at Briarwood Country Club - 20800 N. 135th Ave., Sun City West, 85375. $20 per person. Adults only. RSVP to with your food choice. Or contact Lezlee at 602-885-2939 (new number) by April 8. Check-in begins at 10:45am, meeting gavels at 11:30am.

A Meet & Greet  For US Senate Candidate Joe Arpaio is scheduled between 2-6 pm., Wed, April 11 At the TRUMPED Store, 1041 E Deuce of Clubs, In Show Low AZ. Come Talk to American’s Toughest Sheriff”.  Emalees Carniceria Mexican food truck will be at the Store for your dining pleasure. For Information e-mail Steven Slaton at, call 602-300-5376,, Facebook- The Trumped Store. Look for all of the Trump flags.

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