Wednesday, June 6, 2018

6-6-18 Briefs

john mccain 2McCain's Grip On AZGOP Tightens, Seaton Raising Questions (ADI) …jon seatonQuestions have arisen about the control Sen. John McCain’s operatives maintain over the Arizona GOP in response to controversy surrounding a possible replacement for the terminally ill politician. Specifically, the appearance of Jon Seaton at the Party’s  headquarters has raised concerns about impartiality this primary election season.Also see AFA’s expansion of McCain’s Grip On AZGOP Tightens, Seaton Raising Questions

Don’t forget today is National D-Day.

Arizona Department of Transportation officers will partner with the Department of Public Safety this week to set up a mobile commercial vehicle inspection site along Interstate 40 at milepost 182, west of Flagstaff to ensure that all commercial vehicles are operating safely and complying with state and federal regulations. The mobile site will be in operation from Tuesday, June 5, through Thursday, June 7. ADOT officers will perform weight enforcement and commercial vehicle inspections during this three-day special detail. The aim of the enforcement detail is to help reduce commercial vehicle crashes along I-40 and other state highways. All commercial vehicles are expected to stop for inspection at the mobile site. Citations will be issued to drivers trying to avoid the inspection station.Tars 2018

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.

Barry WongLD24 Has Called For A Special Election to fill the corresponding secretary vacancy, according to Chairman Barry Wong. During May 17 LD 24 meeting, Wong appointed Michael Rubinoff as the nominating committee chairman for the June 21, 2018 election which will be held during the regular monthly meeting at 7 pm., at AZGOP HQ, 3501 N 24th Street in Phoenix. All LD 24 Precinct Committeeman are eligible to vote at the Special Election either in person or by Proxy – a Proxy form will be sent separately with the LD 24 regular meeting notice (Proxies may be carried and voted by any registered Republican residing in the Precinct of the Precinct Committeeman giving the Proxy.) Candidates wishing to run for the position are required to submit their nomination to Rubinoff at by 5 pm., June 11. Candidates can self-nominate or be nominated from the floor at the June 21 election meeting, according to the Special Election notification.

Moses SanchezPhoenix Mayoral candidate Moses Sanchez will be featured at an appetizers and cocktails event 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

Bruce Piepho - 2Southern Arizona Activist Bruce M Piepho invites you to attend Kelli Ward - physician  5a Meet & Greet for US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward between 1-3 pm., Sat., June 9 at the American Legion Post 24, at American Legion Post 24, 205 E Allen St Tombstone, AZ. Contact:

Kelli Ward - physician 2Dr Kelli Ward will speak at the LD14 GOP meeting at 9 am., Sat., June 9 in the Benson City Hall, 120 W 6th St in Benson, AZ (two blocks S of the main street in Benson – just off of I-10.)


diane douglas  2Supt of Public Instruction Diane Douglas has announced that heather cruzHeather Cruz has been named the Arizona Department of Education’s (ADE’s) new Associate Superintendent of High Academic Standards for Students. “I am excited to work with Dr. Cruz on the continuing development of our state’s academic program areas,” Superintendent Douglas said. “Since our top priority at ADE is putting the students first, Heather will play a vital role in ensuring Arizona is providing a world-class education for our children. Having served as a teacher and principal, as well as a deputy and assistant superintendent for nearly 25 years, Heather’s experience and leadership will prove instrumental at the Department.” Cruz will be charged with overseeing the Office of English Language Acquisition Services (OELAS), Career and Technical Education, Early Childhood, the Migrant Education Program and K-12 Academic Standards. Before earning her doctoral degree in education from Arizona State University (ASU), Cruz received her bachelor’s degree from ASU and her master’s degree from Northern Arizona University. While serving as Litchfield Elementary School District’s Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services, the district was named one of the “Top 10 Districts in Arizona” by ADE in 2011. In addition, as the Deputy Superintendent for Peoria Unified School District, the district improved from having nine “A-rated” schools to 21 in just over five years, including all seven of the comprehensive high schools in the district.  Cruz hails from a family of educators, including her sister (Heidi), who worked alongside her at Litchfield Elementary School District. A member of the Arizona School Administrators (ASA) since 1999, she not only served as the organization’s Secretary, but also the President during her tenure.  A former opera singer, Cruz enjoys jogging and resides in the Southwest Valley with her husband of 21 years, Brad, and their dog (Daisy) and cat (Mr. Kitty).

ARW 3 aArrowhead Republic Women chairman Arlene Goldblatt kicks off the June 2 Candidates Forum in Sun City with welcoming remarks noting they appreciate the support of this community service project to educate voters about the Aug 28 Primary candidates. This was an excellent opportunity to Get Out the Vote and enlist support of candidates. Visit their website for membership information and subscribe for their newsletter at Photos: State Treasurer candidate Kimberly Yee speaks as US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward is seated next to her. Former Gov Jan Brewer chats with Jamie Kelly Crawford. Former Secretary of State Ken Bennett makes a pitch for votes for his run for Gov. Photos courtesy Jamie Kelly Crawford and Jonathan Wallace.


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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 .

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.

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.

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Country 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.

Bill MontgomeryMaricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery will be the lead speaker at the 9am, Sat, June 16 Fountain Hills Republican Club meeting at the Fountain Hills Community Center (13001 N. LaMontana Dr.).   Montgomery will update all present on legislative accomplishments, priorities, and challenges in the areas of victim services and legal representation programs on behalf of over 4 million Maricopa County residents. The meeting will continue with their fourth in the series of "Meet The Candidates" with the primary focus of introducing as many candidates as possible prior to the Aug 28th Primary Election.    Confirmed candidates include Secretary of State candidate Steve Gaynor, Senate Candidates Timothy Jeffries, Kelly Kristina, and Gavin Searles, Superintendent of Public Instruction Jonathon Gelbart, and Corporation Commission candidate Rodney Glassman. Registration starts at 8:30am, with complimentary breakfast snacks, coffee, tea, juice, and water.  Contact:  Rosemary Hansen, President, at website: Photos below: Gaynor, Glassman and Gelbart.  .

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A Fundraiser Dinner For CD2 Candidate Brandon Martin, featuring speaker Jesse Romero, is schedujled at 6:30 pm., Tues., June 12 at the Viscount Hotel, 4855 E Broadway in Tucson. RSVP to

Arrowhead Republican Women's Club | Candidate ForumThe AZRA Scottsdale/Fountain Hills Chapters will have an informal "living room" Bob Branchconversation with two 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.

Ken Bennett - flagThe 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 (


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Activist Stephen Sivigliano: Everywhere we look, there is life, breathing, inhaling oxygen and/or carbon dioxide, flourishing, metabolizing, struggling to survive and reproduce. "To liberals/democrats/progressives, life exists everywhere on earth, except--in the womb!" To them, it's not life, but protoplasm, clumps of cells, a blob of tissue, or even a tumor.  To quote Arnold Schwarzenegger, "it's not a tumah, it's not a tumah").   In Denver, when the cottonwood trees release their seeds, it almost looks like a mini-blizzard.  Every life form has its own way of procreating, as do humans.  Life is a gift from God, and should not be interfered with.  Down With Klanned Parentlesshood!


Tempe Activist Peggy McClain: We have another situation developing quickly in Tempe.  On May 17th, there was a presentation at the work study session about a company partnering with ASU coming year's Tempe budget.  Their area of expertise is Wastewater Data Analytics. The excuse is to zero in on areas of Tempe where there is high usage of opioids (campaign talking point), marijuana, and alcohol.  While it sounds good, where will this stop and what kind of data mining is really going on and what will they do with our personal information?  Note the NIH is involved.

   While all of us want a healthy community, opioids are a legal drug.  Currently, marijuana is legal and the Tempe Council just increased the amount of dispensaries in our city.  Alcohol is legal.  And there are many other medications we take that are nobody's business, especially the governments.  One of the company's representatives said "If interested in a specific region for whatever reason, they can travel up the sewer pipe to put a sampler in a manhole to locate a specific area--a neighborhood, school, or business." Besides the data mining without permission, are there HIPPA violations?  If a resident is deemed unhealthy, either physically or mentally, could their guns be taken away?  Are we living in Nazi Germany? 

   These representatives want Tempe to be the lead city in Arizona, so it will be no time before this data mining comes to Phoenix and Tucson.Please, if you see this as a problem, contact Tempe City Council or better yet come to the Council meeting at 6 pm., Thur., June 7 at the city council chambers in Tempe City Hall, 31 East Fifth St., Tempe 85281. We need public comment.  Although we just had an election, there will be two more seats up for election so they will be positioning themselves now.  Also, our councilman David Schapira is running for Superintendent of Public Instruction as we speak.  If he votes for data mining in Tempe's budget, it is likely he will support data mining our children and their parents when they are under his watch.

The part about the wastewater testing starts at 1:20 in and is only few minutes long. If you have any questions please contact me by email or at 480-228-2977 or Lori Deluca at  She has been researching this diligently the last few days.

Tempe Activist Lori Deluca: I have been reading up on HIPAA regulations, since that is actually a part of the work I do in healthcare technology 

1. This will not be a line item on the agenda however we will be able to speak on it. They are doing this through the budget approval. The money is going to ASU. One thing which struck me is that although the initial funds have moved forward the official vote has NOT happened, yet here it is already posted on ASU  Biodesign Institute front page of the website with a big picture  of Mitchell, Kuby and Navarro. The ones that are saying no are Schapira and Granville..

2. They have already extended their reach from opiods to "alcohol, pot and "other harmful substances"  What are other harmful substances?

3. By mentioning HIPAA it seems to me they are already admitting they are collecting your medical records as opiods and pot (sometimes) are prescribed. Alcohol is legal.

4. HIPAA is generally associated with hospitals, software applications which operate in healthcare, Elecronic Medical Records software that has to be compliant, insurance, cloud technology...etc...things like that. There is an area for data aggrevation which it appears they may try to put this under.

5. They have not asked our permission to collect our data and we have not signed anything.

6. As Peggy mentioned, I am concerned that they will look for other medications for "mental health" which could be used to take away rights. This is especially concerning since the definition of "mental health" is ever expanding.

7. How will they protect this from public record?

8. While they are saying they can't trace it to an individual, they are tracing to your specific house through those pipes? And, what else will they test for when they expand their technologies.

9. We are paying for them to do this! They have absolutely no right to do without out consent. Seems like the start of a class action lawsuit.This is another conflict of interest for Kuby and Keeting.

The City old me that there is no conflict because they are not directly benefiting. This makes zero sense. I have also called Brnovich office multiple times, but am not getting any response back. Contact Deluca at 860.202.7703.


Martha McSally 3Congresswoman Martha McSally: One week from today, President Trump will meet with Kim Jong Un in a historic meeting to discuss the denuclearization of North Korea. Over the Memorial Day weekend, I led a bipartisan congressional delegation, including three Members of Congress from Arizona, to the Korean Peninsula to meet with top military and diplomatic officials about the current situation in the region. We visited the truce village of Panmunjom in the demilitarized zone (DMZ), where the Korean Armistice Agreement was signed in 1953, just a few hours before Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in met in the same location.  As a member of the Armed Services Committee, I led the other representatives to key military outposts on the Korean Peninsula, including:

1. Yongsan Army base, where we met with USFK command team and U.S. embassy leadership; Osan Airbase, home to the 7th Air Force and the 25th Fighter Squadron, which flies the A-10 Warthog;

2. Camp Humphreys, home base for the 8th Army and 2nd Infantry Division operations The delegation also met with the Korean Deputy Defense Minister for Policy, Yeo Suk-joo, to discuss the ongoing threat and efforts toward diplomatic engagement. We discussed ways to strengthen cooperation and collaboration between the United States and South Korea to achieve the complete, verifiable, and irreversible denuclearization of North Korea.

    In special commemoration of Memorial Day, we also visited the Korean War Memorial to honor and remember those Americans and Koreans who lost their lives during the Korean War. See brief footage HERE. Full press release HERE,  Phtot below: Rep. Dave Schweikert (CD6) of Arizona, General Vincent Brooks, Rep Martha McSally CD2), O’Halleran (AZ-01), Panetta (CA-20),


Doug Ducey 2015 2One Month Ago, Governor Doug Ducey signed his #20x2020 plan. He delivered a 20% pay raise for Arizona teachers by 2020 — without raising taxes. Now more Arizona school districts are announcing raises that go above and beyond what was anticipated, including raises as high as 20% by the start of the fall school year. Highlights from the . Sunday, June 3, 2018 Arizona Republic story:

1. “Nearly all of the 46 Arizona school districts tallied by The Arizona Republic that have announced proposals call for giving teachers average raises that are upwards of 10 percent next school year.”

2. “In Washington Elementary School District, for example, a 25-year teacher with a master's degree will make $60,822 in the 2018-19 school year after making $50,412 this year, according to Justin Wing, the district's human resources director. The raise for this level of teacher amounts to just over 20 percent.”

3. “Chuck Essigs, lobbyist for the Arizona Association of School Business Officials and longtime school finance official, said the pay-raise plans that have been announced by districts so far ‘would be the most significant increases that teachers have received in any year that I can remember. And I’m pretty old; I can remember a few years back.’”

4. “School districts are not only delivering on 10 percent teacher raises, most are also giving raises to other employees, such as bus drivers, janitors, nurses, administrators and educators.

Governor Ducey is keeping his promise to increase teacher pay 20% - with many teachers receiving MORE than initially projected. He has made increasing teacher pay and improving the quality of our public schools a top priority. He is getting results WITHOUT raising taxes on hardworking Arizonans. – Team Ducey


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Steve Gaynor 2Steve Gaynor, Secretary of State candidate: Yesterday I sent a letter to the GOP Legislative District Chairmen asking them to host a series of debates around the state featuring myself and Michele Reagan 2017 SOSMichele Reagan. With less than 9 weeks until early ballots are mailed, now is the time for Republican leaders to compare the two candidates for Secretary of State and make an informed decision about who should be our nominee for the November election. I believe the Legislative Districts should take the lead in clarifying who is best equipped to represent our party and face the Democrat nominee. From Yuma to Kingman, Bisbee to Chinle, I want to ensure that all our Precinct Committeemen, the most influential GOP leaders in our communities, have an opportunity to “kick the tires.” I believe having the LDs oversee these debates is the best way to give every committee-person an opportunity to judge for themselves who they think is best.

     With Democrats energized and out of state leftists dumping money into our state, it is more critical than ever that our Party field the best possible candidates. It is also critical that voter registration and our elections are administered competently. In 2020, when Arizona will again be a battleground state and President Trump will stand for re-election, it will be essential that the person leading our elections is a Republican who is up to the job.

     I intend for these debates to focus on the issues and our different backgrounds and capabilities.  I believe they will allow the attendees to decide which candidate is truly best for the job. I look forward to beginning these debates in the near future.

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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, 1734 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


The Tempe Republican Women’s Annual Luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am., Sat., June 9 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Phoenix Tempe, 4400 S Rural Road in Tempe. Gubernatorial candidate and former Secretary of State Ken Bennett is the speaker. $25 for members, $30 for guests. Must be paid by June 4. If pay at the door, the cost is $35. Checks may be mailed to Alison Quinn, 1264 E Weslyan, Tempe AZ 85282 . Contact: Membership chairman Diselle Brandrit at 480-203-9025

Barbara 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.

June 13

The Black Mountain Community Alliance and the Black Mountain Police Precinct will meet at 6:30 pm., Wed., June 13 at the Deer Valley Community Center multipurpose room, 2001 W Wahalla Lane in Phoenix. Refreshments served. Crime prevention materials distributed. Contact or 480-467-7389.

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· President Trump’s Historic Accomplishments After First 500 Days in Office

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· McCain’s Grip On AZGOP Tightens, Seaton Raising Questions

· News From Michele Reagan Arizona Secretary Of State

· What Gov Ducey Accomplished In His First Term

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