Tuesday, June 5, 2018

6-5-18 Briefs

michele reagan 3Nearly 5 years to the day after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling set up a dual-track system of elections in Arizona, the state has settled a related lawsuit and has ensured each applicant’s eligibility to participate in state or federal elections will be verified before the individual’s registration becomes active. The bifurcated voting system arose out of a conflict between a 2004 voter approved ballot initiative requiring proof of citizenship when registering and a Supreme Court decision that mandated the state process individuals who register to vote with a federal form without establishing citizenship.

     The lawsuit filed by the League of United Latin American Citizens and Arizona Students’ Association, claimed the state’s voter registration process was unduly burdensome, was formally settled on June 4.  “We’ve worked hard to settle this lawsuit and are extremely pleased with the result,” said Secretary Michele Reagan.   “The registration system will now verify the eligibility of each and every person who has yet to provide evidence of citizenship.  With this agreement in place we’ll have confirmed an individual’s eligibility before issuing them a ballot with any state elections listed.  While the Supreme Court has ordered Arizona to allow people who have not provided such proof of citizenship to vote in federal elections, it’s a relief the system will now proactively verify eligibility for all applicants.”

     “We’ve always said that it should be easy to vote and hard to cheat,” continued the Secretary.  “I’m proud to say this compromise achieves both.  Voters will now have the clarity they need along with a heightened level of election integrity.”

Adrian Fontes - RecMaricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes (D) released this statement praising the settlement reached in a lawsuit regarding the bifurcated voter registration system, which has different proof of citizenship requirements for federal and state voter registration forms. The League of United Latin American Citizens and the Arizona Students’ Association filed the suit against the State of Arizona and Maricopa County in November 2017. Fontes agreed with the lawsuit’s assertion that the process disenfranchised voters.

     “The LULAC v. Reagan settlement vindicates the policies of this office in part because it upholds the work that we have been doing to register Arizonans to vote when we are able to confirm their citizenship. I am pleased that the Secretary of State’s Office came to the same conclusions about the voter suppression created by the bifurcated registration system. It did not serve the voters in this county or the state.

      “The goal of my office is to make voting accessible, accountable and transparent. Voters should not have to jump through unnecessary hoops once they establish proof of their citizenship with the state. The government has a responsibility to ensure voter enfranchisement. This settlement prioritizes an individual’s right to vote over administrative convenience. This is a proud day for the fight against voter suppression in Arizona.”

andy tobinArizona Corporation Commissioners will host a public comment meeting at 3 pm, Tues., June 5 in the Ajo Ambulance Services Building’s Community Meeting Room/Training Room, 1850 N. Ajo Gila Bend Hwy in Ajo, to hear from customers of the Ajo Improvement Company regarding its application for a rate increase for its electric, water, and wastewater divisions. Ajo Improvement Company serves the city of Ajo, Arizona. Its water and electric divisions each have approximately 980 customers, and its wastewater division has approximately 1,032 customers. Commissioner Andy Tobin will be in attendance to hear from ratepayers of the Ajo Improvement Company. Other Commissioners may participate via WebEx to hear the concerns of those impacted by this proposed rate increase. It is important to note that Commissioners will not be able to comment or answer questions, but will be available to hear the concerns of those affected. Although this is the Company’s request, Commission staff will evaluate the application and make the appropriate recommendation to the Commission after due process. Customers that wish to intervene may do so by filing a request to intervene with the Hearing Division. See application

Kelli Ward - physician  5Country recording artist Matt Farris wll join US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward for a 6 pm reception and 7 pm rally on Wed., June 6 at Shugrue’s Restaurant (Makai Rm), 1425 McCulloch Blvd N in Lake Havasu City. Contact: Zachery Henry at (409) 370-6116.

cathi herrodCenter for Arizona Policy Chairman Cathi Herrod reports that the CAP policy participated in the 7-2 opinion ruling by the US Supreme Court in favor of Colorado cake artist Jack Phillips in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. I applaud this ruling for acknowledging that those with deeply-held beliefs about marriage do have a First Amendment right to have those beliefs protected from punishment by the government. Herrod said, “It’s a big win for all who stand for religious freedom. We extend deep gratitude to our colleagues at Alliance Defending Freedom who represented Jack.” See CAP brief submitted to the Court in support of Jack Phillips here.

Wickenburg activist Nohl Rosen is offering one free hour of computer or IT troubleshooting throughout the month of June “Adopt a Cat Month” to those who adopt a cat from a local animal shelter or rescue. "There are many cats needing good homes. Every year the animal shelters take in a good number of cats, and many of them run out of space really fast. We're hoping this will encourage people to adopt a cat," said Panther TEK's owner Rosen who himself has volunteered in the animal rescue community. To receive the offer, customers must show proof of adoption at the time of service. For more information contact Panther TEK at 480-980-8541.

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LD17 House candidate Julie Willoughby will be featured at a BBQ/fundraiser hosted by Edward and LeAnn Basha at 6:30 pm., Thurs., June 21 at 2618 E Virgo Place in Chandler. RSVP to 602-799-6073 by June 18 .

Chris DeRose - clerk of the courtOn June 11, Attorneys And Self-Represented Parties involved in juvenile delinquency cases will be able to electronically file case documents after the case has been initiated with Clerk of the Superior Court Clerk Chris DeRose’s office. Juvenile eFiling will be through the Clerk’s eFiling Online website and in this first phase will be for delinquency cases only. Guidelines online at before selecting the link under “Maricopa County eFiling Online” to start eFiling. The eFiling Guidelines are updated online and include directives for what can and cannot be electronically filed. From the eFiling Online website, view the training manuals for step-by-step instructions on registering and filing with the Clerk’s system.

Chris DeRose’s The Clerk of the Superior Court’s office has received the prestigious 2018 Distinguished Service Award for Innovation from Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

The Paradise Republican Women’s Club will host a Cavalcade of Candidates July 2 and Aug 1 at Rosati’s Pizza, 18221 N Pima Road in Scottsdale. $10 – all the pizza and salad you can eat.

The Paradise Republican Women’s Club Brunch will feature the Teenage Republican (TARs) at 11 am, Sat., June 9 at the Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive in Scottsdale. 9:30 am social. 10 am meeting. $28 per person, including breakfast. RSVP Online & Pay at the Door. Contact Ardith Hildebrant at (480) 861-7170.

Candidate reminder: Candidates with material remaining in the West Valley Office should pick it up as soon as possible. All left-overs will be destroyed on Thurs, June 8.

The Deadline For Filing Applications For The Dodie Londen Excellence in Public Service Series Class of 2019 in June 25 at

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Rep Jill Norgaard will be featured at a “Wrap of the Cap” with a Q and A at a fundraiser hosted by Rod and Kim Ticknor and Phil and Carlene Wehrli between 5-7 pm, Tues., June 19 at the Native Grill, 5030 E. Ray Road. Please join us! RSVP to

The Fountain Hills Republican Club invites all Republican candidates in contested elections to their July 21 meeting to meet the members and speak. Candidates wishing to participate should contact President Rosemary Hansen or 480-816-6296)

CANCELED: The Fountain Hills Republican Club's GOP Social scheduled for Tues, June 26 has been cancelled in lieu of the 6:30pm  Mayor Debate in the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N La Montana Dr., Fountain Hills. Contact: FHRC Secretary Boe James at

Mark your calendars:

July 30 – Deadline to register to vote in the Aug 28 Primary election.

Aug 1 – Early ballots mailed out for the Primary Election

Oct 9 – Deadline to register to vote in November General Election.

The Tea Party of Scottsdale will meet with some of the Supt for Public Education candidates at 6:30 pm., Thur. June 21 at 8600 E Anderson Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85255

Martha McSally - planeThe Tea Party of Scottsdale will meet with US Sen candidate Martha McSally at Sat., June 23 in the conference room at Denny’s, 700 E Mayo Blvd in Scottsdale/N Phx. 1:30 pm if you wish to order food. Presentation at 2 pm. Last month they heard from US senate candidates Dr Kelli Ward and former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Frank Riggs 8The AZRA Scottsdale/Fountain Hills Chapters will have an informal "living room" conversation with tBob Branchwo Supt of Public Instruction front runner candidates Frank Riggs and Dr. Robert Branch, at 6:15 pm., Thur., June 7 at Via Linda Sr. Center, RM7, 10440 E Via Linda, Scottsdale. This will be an interactive conversation with these two candidates, according to President Lynne Breyer. RSVP required for non-members for seating  purposes. Email to reserve your seat at the table.

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Barbara BlewsterBarbara and Bill Blewster are hosting an open house between 4-6 pm., Sat., June 9 at 915 W Fairway Drive in Mesa for Gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett, Supt of Public Instruction candidate Bob Branch; Corporation Commission candidate Jim O’Connor and LD25 House candidate Marlene Hinton. Barbara reports,We have several other great candidates we support. We support Americans who believe in self-reliance, that our U.S. Constitution is to be honored and revered and  ‘in God we trust’ is our personal motto. We believe in the separation of powers; city, county, state and federal have different powers and responsibilities.  Please invite others to this event. Light refreshments.  Below:  Candidates Bennett, Branch, O’Connor, Hinton

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Ken Bennett - 2015The Tempe Republican Women invite you to join them for their annual luncheon at 11:30 am., Sat., June 9 at the Embassy Suites by Phoenix Hilton Tempe, 4400 South Rural Road, Tempe, AZ 85281 with speaker Ken Bennett former Arizona Secretary of State (now gubernatorial candidate). Tickets: Members & Associates $25, guest $30, pay at the door $35. Checks may be mailed to:Alison Quinn, 1264 E. Weslyan Dr., Tempe, AZ 85282or pay through Anedot with credit card here (

Early ballots will be mailed out Wednesday, Aug 1 for the Tuesday, August 28 Primary Election.

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timothy Schwartz-Timothy LD30 1 VCLD30 Activist Timothy Schwartz: Frosty's Briefs has been reporting that Jon Seaton jon seatonhas been spotted at Republican party headquarters behind the executive director's chair. Many reading these series of postings may not realize who Jon Seaton is, and the AZGOP communications director Ayshia Connor is not helpful as she uses wordcraft and spin to cleverly disguise Seaton's true identity, But I remember who Seaton is, and it's important for me to reveal to you who he is! I've included john-mccain-arizona-tea-party for that purpose, because even though the article isn't recent, "the internet never forgets". When you find Seaton's name, take careful note of the nefarious activity Seaton was involved in. It's Time For Revolt! Time For All Conservatives To Demand That Jon Seaton Be Immediately And Permanently Removed From Party Headquarters! Yes, this is a call to action! Make calls, write letters, refuse to take no for an answer.

Barbara Medal   2Barbara Medal - LD26 PC/SC: It saddens me to hear Happy Memorial Day and to think of this day of honoring our fallen as a celebration and not a day of reverence, reflection and thankfulness of those having given their all. I have three grandsons serving, two sons served, three brothers, uncles, father and grand dads back as far as the Revolutionary War. Each a hero to me for being willing to lay down their lives for this nation and our freedoms. America has become a majority of unpatriotic party-animal young snowflakes. Most people have no idea we are not a Democracy but a Republic and most have no idea of the difference. How many congressmen refer to our ‘Democracy’? If they don’t get it right and it’s not taught in school to our young our nation is doomed. It is up to parents to insist on better education and expect more of their children.

    "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free." Ronald Reagan

    I proudly display my flag on every occasion/holiday and sadly the only household in my neighborhood to do so. I am so dismayed by the lack of patriotism in America today and the lack of regard for our fallen heroes. Early evening on Monday Memorial Day I found my flag on the ground with the pole and holder attached to it still. The screws were still attached maybe it was the wind, though it didn’t seem windy, maybe it was yanked out of the stucco wall, I don’t know but it was a sinking feeling to see our flag laying there on the ground.

   My thanks to Frosty for all she has done and for giving us a platform to say what needs to be said as well as inform us of so many things that need our attention. God Bless America!

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Version 2Arrowhead JP Craig Wismer: Are you entering a plea of guilty, not guilty or no contest? This is a question judges ask defendants when they appear in court for their Arraignment Hearings.

Defendants who are cited for violations of criminal statutes possess certain constitutional rights of which the judge is required to advise them at the Arraignment Hearing, one being the ability to enter a plead of not guilty and require the state to prove their guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. If they do, judges will set their cases for something called Pre-trial Conferences. In the Arrowhead Justice Court that occurs about 30 days later. The PTC, as it is known, is a meeting with the prosecutor at which defendants, with or without an attorney representing them, will be able to learn if the state is willing to make an offer for the disposition of the charge(s) that they may want to consider accepting. They may also reject it.

   The only way for defendants to be able to meet with the prosecutor to learn what the state may be willing to offer is for them to plead not guilty. Because many defendants appear in Limited Jurisdiction Courts (which includes the Arrowhead Justice Court) without the benefit of legal counsel, judges may choose to spend some extra time at Arraignment explaining to them their options and the potential benefit of pleading not guilty. It is something that I routinely do without offering any guarantees as to the outcome. That being said, it surprises me how often defendants choose to enter pleas of guilty the very first time that they appear in court. I don’t think that the court should take a proactive role in steering them away from this course of action—it is a choice they need to make. However, I do find that offering illustrations of potential results can be an effective tool in helping them make an informed decision.

   Judges are only required to ascertain a defendant’s plea at the Arraignment Hearing—they are not also required to conduct at that time a required conversation before accepting it. As such, if defendants insist on entering pleas of guilty, I will calendar those cases for Guilty Plea Hearings. They will return to the Arrowhead Justice Court in the near future to either tell me that they are maintaining their plea or entering a change of plea to not guilty. If they do the latter their case will be set for a PTC.

Debbie LeskoCongresswoman Debbie Lesko:It is truly an honor to serve you in the U.S. House of Representatives as the newest member of Congress. I was sworn into office on May 7th and I have hit the road running.

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DiCiccio headshotPhoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio: Phoenix politicians want to raise your taxes AGAIN to pay for their pet projects. Even though they've been promising since January that there would be no increases this year, now they are quietly looking to raise your taxes again when they think you aren't paying attention. Fight back by attending the hearing on June 20th at 2:30pm in the Council Chambers at 200 West Jefferson Street. Citizens need to stand up to big government and demand an end to these never-ending tax hikes. Follow this story on Facebook.

tom forese  4Corporation Commission Chairman Tom Forese: RE: In the matter of the Commission’s investigation of the billing and water quality issues of Johnson Utilities, LLC, Docket No. WS-02987A-18-0050 -- It was reported to me that Johnson Utilities recently pulled over 30 water meters across San Tan Valley causing multiple construction projects to stop.  This lack of water has also prevented the construction teams from controlling dust, leading to potential ADEQ violations.  It is my understanding that the construction projects were not notified in advance about the meters being pulled, and that in some cases, representatives of Johnson Utilities stated that the utility was not required to provide water to the construction projects.
The Commission has also been informed that a Johnson Utilities well motor failed during the week of May 28, causing the well to go offline.  I suspect that this system failure was the cause of certain customers experiencing lower-than-usual water pressures, resulting in Johnson Utilities curtailing its water services at the construction projects.
A utility the size of Johnson should maintain a built-in redundancy pump system such that an immediate back-up would take over in the event of any well motor failure.  Moreover, a utility of this size should likewise have a replacement well motor onsite to replace any failed equipment.  I would like Johnson Utilities to promptly explain why the failed well motor was not equipped with a built-in redundancy system.  I would also like Johnson Utilities to promptly explain why it did not have replacement equipment onsite to address this system failure.  Given these shortcomings, I would expect Johnson Utilities to have overcompensated on its customer service by providing more adequate and advance notice to the construction projects.  Unfortunately, it was reported that Johnson Utilities simply terminated the water supply without any prior notice to the construction projects.
It is apparent to me that Johnson Utilities continues to struggle in its ability to operate a reliable water system and provide the heightened level of customer service expected by the Commission.  I look forward to discussing these issues with my fellow Commissioners when we consider whether to appoint an interim manager for Johnson Utilities. 


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nora ellenChandler Vice Mayor Nora Ellen resigned as expected when she filed her candidate signatures to run for the State House of Representatives. Arizona’s Resign To Run laws require that a sitting officeholder leave office if they are running for a different office and are not in their last year of service. “It was an honor to serve the people of Chandler on the City Council and I’m proud of everything we were able to accomplish.” said Ellen, who continued “We passed six sound balanced budgets in a row, brought new employers and good high-wage jobs to Chandler, kept our AAA bond rating, delivered quality service to the people who live here, and kept our taxes low.“ Those accomplishments are very similar to Ellen’s goals for the State Legislature – balanced budgets, keep Arizona’s economy growing and job market strong, make state government more efficient and responsive, and keep taxes low. Additionally, Ellen will be able to focus on additional issues that are important to her, like education, school/teacher funding, border security, health care, protecting constitutional rights like the 2nd Amendment, and working to stop federal encroachment on Arizona’s state rights.


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Version 2Arrowhead JP candidate Craig Wismer: This Arizona Republic article goes back to 2013--about six months after I took office as the Arrowhead Justice of the Peace in the Northwest Valley.  That being said, in light of the dynamics of my bid for re-election, I think it is just as relevant today as it was at that time. wismer-restoring-confidence-arrowhead-jp-court

Ken Bennett - flagGubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett is on the ballot and running for Governor. Please go online at and give Ken $5. The establishment machine is spreading FAKE NEWS in a pathetic attempt to keep Ken from running a campaign. They said we couldn’t get the signatures and we did. Now they say we cannot get the $5’s.  If you would like to have Ken at a group, club, or house party please send a message to: To receive email updates please sign up at: Let’s do this.

franks riggs 3 aSupt of Public instruction candidate Frank Riggs: Well, the liberal media is at it again, insisting there's no place for the teaching of creationism or intelligent design in our schools.  One reporter who fancies himself a hard-hitting investigative journalist even tweeted at me that " the general election, support for teaching creationism in science classroom is pure poison."  Never mind I've repeatedly stressed that creationism should supplement, not supplant, the teaching of evolutionary science and be taught as historical theory in the context of the world's great religions which are all based on the belief in a supreme being or God.

    I think it's important for our students to learn about the great religions of the world which have been the catalyst for so much recorded history for centuries.  Teaching religious history is quite different than encouraging the practice of a particular religion or set of religious beliefs.  So my challenge to these liberal commentators and other strict secularists is this: Do you want to raise an entire generation of students who are historically and civically illiterate?  Should we not teach the Declaration of Independence in public schools?  After all, it explicitly states, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights..."  This is the document from which our rights and freedoms flow.  The Declaration of Independence was the promise; the Constitution was the fulfillment.  Our government exists to protect and secure the rights of the people.  That's the system of self-government we inherited from our Founding Fathers and the Framers.

    To this day, every session of the U.S. Congress, in both the House and Senate, begins with a prayer offered by the chaplain (or a visiting minister) and the Pledge of Allegiance with it's reaffirmation of "one Nation under God."  In the context of our founding documents, which every student should learn to prepare for responsible adult citizenship, God is not an abstract concept, but the Creator of man and the Endower of man's natural rights.

    By insisting on the teaching of evolutionary science to the exclusion of creationism – and the role of our Creator as the source of the eternal human rights on which our government is based – the secularists deprive our students of the essential knowledge they need of our country’s founding ideals and documents.    And we wonder why we have a crisis in civics education today and why so many young people are failing to learn who we are and what we stand for as a country; and are ill-prepared to assume the responsibility of every emerging generation to preserve our rights and freedoms...and the greatness of America.

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Phoenix Mayoral candidate Moses Sanchez will be featured at an appetizers and cocktails vevent between 5:30-7:30, Wed., June 6 at the Casablanca Rooftop Lounge, 7134 E Stetson Drive in Scottsdale hosted by Bret King, Cody King, Marcelle Costello, Eric Crown, Cheryl Hintzen-Gaines, Ira Gaines, Jason DiFrancesco, Robin Macy, Erik Anderson, Rene Kyl and Tom Speaks. Suggested contrbutions: host committee-$500, supporter - $250, and friend - $100. RSVP by Fri., June 1 to Laura Minter at 541-272-1125 or or Corinne Lovas at 623-218-6616


Mesa Republican Women will host candidates for Secretary of State Steve Gaynor and incumbent Michele Reagan at 11:30 am., Thurs., June 7 at the Silver Star Theater, 5247 E. Brown Rd in Mesa. Doors open at 11:00 am and the program begins at 11:30. Other candidates wishing to speak may do so for 2 minutes.  Contact Nancy Cottle to reserve a spot. Lunch is $15 for members and $17 for non-members/guests.  RSVP to

The Green Valley/Sahuarita Republican Club & Patriot Alliance CD2 Candidate Forum is scheduled at 9 am., Thurs., June 7 at the American Legion #66, 1560 W. Duval Mine Road,in Green Valley. Contact: Meet The Candidates Danny Morales, Lea Marquez Peterson, Brandon Martin, Casey Welch

Central Republican Women Of Phoenix invites all Republicans to their monthly meeting at 6:15 pm., Thurs., June 7 at Aunt Chilada's Squaw Peak, 7330 N. Dreamy Draw in Phoenix. 5:30 pm social. Speakers are incumbent Secretary of State Michele Reagan and candidate Steve Gaynor. $20 includes appetizers. Happy hour prices. RSVP to

Maricopa County Supervisor Bill Gates and Secretary of State Michele Reagan will host a county coffee at 8 am., Thurs., June 7 at the Deer Valley Airport Restaurant, 702 W Deer Valley Road Ste B, Phoenix. Breakfast available for purchase. Contact Gates at or 602-506-7562.


A Meet & Greet for CD9 candidate Dave Giles scheduled between 4-6 pm., Fri., June 8 at Caswells Shooting Range, 856 E Isabella Ave in Mesa. Events include shooting contests, firearms safety training, door prizes and beginner program. You can sign Giles petition at Secretary of State Website ( website uses your driver’s license to veriy your voting district) Contact Doug Wolfe at

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