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Community News broadcasts and highlights the recent events of our tremendously active Precinct Committeemen and tireless Legislative District 12 (LD12) volunteers. If you have news where LD12 Republican members are active in the Community, send us a note using the VOLUNTEER online form.

14 November Meeting News

14 November Meeting News

Chairman Greg Dutton spoke about the results of the November 7th School Bonds/Overrides Election, and compared them to the results in 2017.  The gap has tightened dramatically in the past 6 years as evidenced by the charts Greg shared.

First Vice Chairwoman Patty Porter shared the results of our LD's PC Recruitment efforts, which resulted in a total of 285 PCs. This number includes 73 appointed PCs and 212 elected PCs, with the total representing 64% of the 444 slots allotted to our LD.

View Dan's Presentation

Dan Schultz, our LD member and creator of Precinct Strategy, spoke about the County and State mandatory meetings in January, and how important it is that PCs attend them.  Two important positions we will be voting on are a National Committeeman and a National Committeewoman.

View Jeff's Presentation

MCRC Member-at-Large Jeff Greenspan spoke to us about the strategy to win in 2024, the MCRC mandatory meeting in January,  the Quadrennial election, National Delegates, and the Presidential Preference Election.

Next Raffle moved to Dec LD Meeting

Next Raffle moved to Dec LD Meeting

Our Raffle (See Shop Page) will be held at the 12 Dec LD Meeting instead of the November meeting.

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Public Tax Burden and School Bonds

Public Tax Burden and School Bonds

https://azfreenews.com/2023/10/before-you-foot-the-bill-with-more-bonds-and-overrides-is-your-local-school-district-rightsizing/

 

LD12 Endorses DJ Trump for President in 2024

LD12 Endorses DJ Trump for President in 2024

At the monthly October 2023 meeting, the PC's of LD12 voted by a greater than 2/3 majority to endorse Donald J Trump for President in 2024.

Chandler PCs Host Meet & Greet for Candidates

Chandler PCs Host Meet & Greet for Candidates

Chandler PC Captains Gather to Strategize

Chandler PC Captains Gather to Strategize

 

Chandler PC Captains Meet to Strategize on PC Recruitment & Upcoming Meet & Greet with Candidates

Rescue the Children

Rescue the Children

Please join us for the Save the Children Summit on Friday, Oct 27 at 6:30.  

LD12 Monthly Mtg on 12 Sept 2023

LD12 Monthly Mtg on 12 Sept 2023

Chairman Greg Dutton opened the business meeting by pointing out the importance of recruiting PCs and that the cut off date for PC application submissions is October 25th. He also spoke about a new tool called Voter Spectrum, which can be used by PC’s to manage their list of 125 voters.

Alice Mercer, who is a member of the Phoenix City Council Passion Project, addressed the issue of C40 by describing how the mayor of Phoenix and several other mayors across the country are embracing this program as a way to fight the change in climate.

Kurt Gearhart told us about all of the features in the new website, which became live on Monday, September 11th.

Kevin Fuhrman spoke to us about the Convention of States. He said the goal is to reign in the power and scope of our government. Arizona is one of 19 states that passed the resolution, but 34 states need to be on board.

Daniel Wood spoke to us about the lawsuit, which was filed in Common Law Court as opposed to the Administrative Court. He expects the judge to recuse himself. He pointed out that We The People need to step up, not the military.

 

 

MCRC Vice Chair Shelby Busch Responds to Chairman De Wit’s Refusal to Back the Presidential Preference Election Resolution

 

AZ GOP Chairman Jeff De Witt responds to Maricopa County Chairman Craig Berland's Resolution. 

https://rumble.com/v3e47i5-response-to-azgop-chair-dewit.html

August Meeting Features Guest Speaker Michele Swinick from Save My Freedom

Chairman Greg Dutton spoke about Voter Registration strategies with a focus on PNDs and flipping Precincts from Blue to Red.

Tracy Ireland gave a Call to Action to those who live in the Kyrene Elementary School District to sign documents in an argument against the school district Bond.

First Vice Chair Patty Porter spoke about the Save the Children Summit and described actions that everyone can take to help fight the crime of Child Trafficking.

Save the Children Summit Draws a Large Crowd of Concerned Citizens

 

Kathleen Winn, Executive Director of Project 25, told us about her organization's mission to end child exploitation by the year 2025. She spoke of the need for technical volunteers to design tracking apps and programs to locate missing children. Please visit her website at https://www.project25.net/ to learn more.

 

Senator David Farnsworth spoke about getting involved with the State Legislature by getting a Request to Speak account. That can be done by emailing Darla Gonzales at [email protected]. He also recommended visiting the Department of Child Safety website at https://dcs.az.gov/reports to learn more about runaways and missing/abducted children.

 

 

Lisa Fink, President of PACC (Protect Arizona Children Coalition), asked everyone to sigh the PACC petition to help stop Comprehensive Sexuality Education. The petition can be found at http://stopcse.org

 

Save the Children Summit

Please join us for the Save the Children Summit on Friday, Sept 22 at 6:30. Shauna Sexton – Dream Center Program Director will be our special guest speaker! 

Annual Lincoln Day Luncheon & Awards Ceremony  Features James O’Keefe as the Keynote Speaker

Annual Lincoln Day Luncheon & Awards Ceremony Features James O’Keefe as the Keynote Speaker

Patriots from across Maricopa County gathered at Dillon's in Morristown for the annual MCRC celebration and fundraising event. This year's keynote speaker was James O'Keefe, who spoke about his new company O'Keefe Media Group, and he explained how to get involved as Citizen Journalists.

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LD12 Business Meeting & Guest Candidates

The candidates who spoke at the LD12 meeting on July 12th were Kelly Cooper, who is running for CD4, David Richardson, who is running for State Senate, Bob Lettieri, who is running for State Treasurer, Jeff Weninger, who is running for State Treasurer, Dave Giles, who is running for CD4, and Ruth Jones, who is running for Mayor of Chandler.

Some of the issues the candidates discussed include the water shortage, government overreach, mask mandates, homelessness, the shortage of Police Officers, state funded investments, and ESG.