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- 14. Earl and Ruth Taylor Endorse Ralph Heap for Arizona Senate (LD25)
Dr. Earl Taylor, is President of the National Center for Constitutional Studies, and has taught The Making of America Constitutional Study course to thousands of people over the past twenty years throughout the nation. Both Dr. and Mrs. Taylor have endorsed Dr. Ralph Heap for Arizona Senate (LD25).
- 15. Urgent Last Call for Petition Signatures and $5 Clean Elections Money!
The deadline for all of our conservative Republican candidates to turn in their petition signatures and their minimum required number of $5.00 Clean Elections contributions is the middle of next week! Remember that Monday, May 26 is Memorial Day, so we don't have much Time!
Follows are the names of our preferred candidates who have asked for more signatures and/or $5.00 Clean Elections contributions.
Click HERE to sign their petitions. You can use the same link to contribute $5.00 Clean Elections minimum. You can contribute to as many candidates as you wish. However, you can contribute the $5.00 Clean Elections money only once to each candidate.
Brenda Barton for Arizona House LD6 (Petition Signatures only)
Diane Douglas for Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tom Forese for Arizona Corporation Commission
Doug Little for Arizona Corporation Commission
Irene Littleton for Arizona Senate LD8
Ralph Heap for Arizona Senate LD25
Dale Eames for Arizona Senate LD26 (Petition Signatures Only)Click here to read more
- 16. Arizona Rep Warren Petersen (LD12) - Always a Champion
Today, May 13, Rep. Petersen received a letter from the Center for Arizona Policy informing him that he received another perfect score in standing up for families, the sanctity of life, and marriage during the last session.
States Rep. Petersen:
"As you know the family is the fabric of society and, as government leaders, it is incumbent upon us to do all we can to protect the family, life, and the institution of marriage. Unfortunately these values are under attack. This next election cycle is an important one.
"In spite of some disappointments and setbacks, Arizona has made great strides over the last 6 years. For example we are now the 4th most pro-life state in the union. This has primarily been due to the fact that we have had a Republican governor, and a Republican legislature whom we have been able to hold to a pro-life, family and marriage platform. Our State could easily fall into Democratic hands if we don't all do our part in the next few months. Not all of us can be elected officials. But all of us can find a good candidate to support. All of us can find one person that wasn't going to vote and get them to the polls. All of us can put a yard sign in front of our houses. The primary election is in just over 90 days. Please do what you can to make sure that we elect people who best represent your values into office."Click here to read more
- 18. Record Attendance at the MCRC Lincoln Day Luncheon!
As reported by Frosty Taylor in her March 11, 2014 Maricopa County Republican News Briefs and Updates:
"Heartfelt Thanks From Chairman LaFaro: I want to express my deepest appreciation to all the volunteers that made the 2014 MCRC Lincoln Day Luncheon the most successful in the history of Maricopa County. It's my honor to be associated with so many hardworking and dedicated people. I have asked April Riggins, the Lead Co-Chair of the Event, to get me a list of all the volunteers so we can recognize them in an upcoming issue of the MCRC Briefs. Below are a few of the heart-warming comments I have received so far:
· "The most successful MCRC Lincoln Day Luncheon in the history of Maricopa County.
· 428 attendees and feedback to the effect best Lincoln Day Luncheon Program ever."
· "Kudos to you! Greatest luncheon ever. You were outstanding. We know you spent a lot of time planning and organizing, and it paid off!"
· "It was a public relations success for sure and showcasing the Center for Self Governance was the biggest win our party has had since Arizona became a state."
· "Thank you for a great event. It reflects all the hard work put into it."
· "It was a terrific turn out and the program was quick keeping everyone engaged. This is a good start of which will be a victorious year for the Republicans."
· "I have been told by many people that the MCRC Lincoln Day Dinner was the ‘BEST EVER’! That is high praise indeed.” - MCRC Chairman A J LaFaroClick here to read more
- 19. New Poll: John McCain is the Least Popular Senator in America
According to a new poll published by Public Policy Polling, Arizona Senator John McCain is the least popular Senator in America. Here is their brutal analysis:
PPP’s newest Arizona poll finds that John McCain is unpopular with Republicans, Democrats, and independents alike and has now become the least popular Senator in the country. Only 30% of Arizonans approve of the job McCain is doing to 54% who disapprove. There isn’t much variability in his numbers by party- he’s at 35/55 with Republicans, 29/53 with Democrats, and 25/55 with independents.
McCain trails in hypothetical general election match ups with both 2012 nominee Richard Carmona (41/35) and former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords (42/35). He would lead though in a match-up with former Governor Janet Napolitano, 44/36. This has the potential to be an interesting one in 2016.
According to the Universal Free Press:Click here to read more