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Monday, May 15, 2017

Steve Smith Announces Candidacy for Arizona’s 1st Congressional District

Immediately Consolidates Support with Endorsements from Arizona Congressmen

(Maricopa, AZ) Conservative Steve Smith today announced his candidacy for Congress in Arizona’s 1st Congressional district.  Smith currently represents a significant portion of the Congressional district.

“The voters of the 1st Congressional district deserve strong leadership in Congress,” said Smith.  “Leadership that will fight for more jobs, more prosperity, and real economic growth.  As a state senator, I’ve fought tirelessly for these principles in the Arizona Legislature and I will do the same in Congress.”

In a clear sign of the strength and confidence, Congressman Trent Franks (AZ-08) and Congressman Andy Biggs (AZ-05) immediately offered their endorsements of Smith’s candidacy. 

“Saving our great nation requires that we elect men and women of integrity, who hold conservative values, and who will do what is right for Arizona and America.  For those reasons and many others, I am honored to endorse Steve Smith for Congress and look forward to serving with him on behalf of Arizona families.” said Congressman Trent Franks.

“Steve Smith has rightfully earned his reputation as a hard-working and principled conservative with the backbone to do what is right, even in the face of tremendous pressure. I saw this first hand while serving alongside him in the Arizona Senate. We need more of these type of leaders in the U.S. Congress now more than ever. I am proud to endorse his candidacy for Congress and urge every voter in Arizona’s first district to get behind him and support his campaign.” said Congressman Andy Biggs. 

Steve Smith has represented Arizona’s 11th Legislative District in both the House of Representatives and the State Senate where he has consistently been recognized as one the leading conservatives.  In the Legislature, Smith has repeatedly been awarded Pro-Taxpayer and Pro-Family awards, including “Champion of the Taxpayer” and “Guardian of Small Business”.  He has led the fight to secure Arizona’s southern border, cut regulations and waste, fought for increased school funding and education reform, and helped position Arizona to be a national leader in job creation.

Steve Smith first made political history in 2010 when he defeated an incumbent Democrat whose family had held that Senate seat for nearly 30 years.  In fact, he was the first Republican Senator to represent that district in nearly 100 years.  He has easily won re-election since then thanks to his commitment to his constituents and his record of keeping his promises.  Smith indicated that he planned on finishing his term in the legislature.

Steve and his wife Jamie have been blessed with five beautiful children.  They live in the city of Maricopa in Pinal County and attend the Church of Celebration.


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STEVE SMITH FOR CONGRESS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday May 15th, 2017
Contact:  Constantin Querard (480) 703-8145 or CQ@grassrootspartners.com or Adam Deguire (602) 263-0086 or Adam@AxiomPublicAffairs.com

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

How Could Sinema NOT Have Known?



PHOENIX (May 2) -- The Arizona Republican Party continues to hold Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema accountable taking more than $53,000 from backpage.com's founders, executives and their relatives.

The Party today released a digital ad asking Sinema how this money -- and the people that gave it her -- could have possibly been overlooked for so long.
 

Sinema said in an interview with ABC 15's Melissa Blasius late last week that "none of the individuals that made these contributions list any affiliation with Backpage, or the founders of Backpage."
 
Backpage founder Michael Lacey has given more than $15,000 to Sinema since 2013.
 
The first result that pops up on a Google search of "Michael Lacey" and his affiliation "Village Voice Media" is a Phoenix New Times article about Lacey leaving Village Voice Media to run backpage.com full time.
 
"How could she not have known?" Arizona Republican Party Chairman Jonathan Lines said. "Between Lacey, other Backpage executives and their relatives -- they've given her more than $53,000. In any sort of political operation, you know the people that give you this kind of money. It's absolutely absurd, and voters deserve to know the truth."
 

Thursday, April 6, 2017

MARK SPENCER, Judicial Watch Guest Speaker Paradise Republican Women

9:30AM Social, 10AM Meeting, 11AM Brunch | Get the facts on Fair Tax vs. Flat tax, and the impact of tax cuts on business and trade.

Saturday, April 8th 2017

Gainey Golf Club 
7600 E Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85258

9:30AM Social | 10:00AM Meeting | 11:00AM Brunch
Join us on Saturday w/ Guest Speakers TOM JENNEY, Director of the Arizona chapter of Americans for Prosperity
and
MARK SPENCER, Judicial Watch Southwest Projects Coordinator 
Get the facts on Fair Tax vs. Flat tax, and the impact of tax cuts on business and trade, followed by a presentation on the 'Freedom of Information Act'.
Mark Spencer has lived in Phoenix Arizona since 1975, and was the top overall police recruit from the Phoenix Regional Police Academy in 1987. While still a sworn first-responder, he partnered with F.A.I.R. (Federation for American Immigration Reform) and Judicial Watch in reference to front-line law enforcement perspectives on illegal immigration and government corruption.

Spencer currently serves in a chaplain capacity for the Republican Party of Maricopa County and the Usual Suspects (a non-profit retired police motorcycle club).
Tom Jenney is director of the Arizona chapter of Americans for Prosperity, formerly the Arizona Federation of Taxpayers.  As director of AFT in 2006, Jenney helped to reduce state income and property taxes, and helped lead the fight to pass Prop 207, the Private Property Rights Protection Act. 

Saturday, April 8th 2017
 
9:30AM Social | 10:00AM Meeting | 11:00AM Brunch 
MENU DETAILS: 
Quiche Lorraine, with Flaky Crust & Seasoned Breakfast Potatoes
Tickets: $28 per Person 

(A Reservation Made Is A Reservation Paid.)
RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY!
Click here to RSVP Online & Pay at the Door.

Questions? Please contact Ardith Hildebrant at (480) 861-7170.
REPORT YOUR CAMPAIGN VOLUNTEER HOURS!
Pat yourself on the back because you helped put a REPUBLICAN back in the WHITE HOUSE! 
Many members worked millions of hours during the election cycle. Don't forget to report your hours! 

Please submit hours to Leona at leonajohnston@cox.net by MONDAY, MAY 1st, or in person at our April 8th meeting.
2017 Caring for America

The USO strengthens America's service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation.
QUEEN OF HEARTS

We will continue the excitement with another round of the classic, cash prize game,
QUEEN OF HEARTS!
Be sure to purchase your tickets at Saturday's brunch for a chance to win half of the

MEGA JACKPOT! 
 STILL NEED TO RENEW YOUR 2017 MEMBERSHIP?   
Remember, annual dues
are payable by January 1st of current membership year and delinquent March 1st.
Paradise Republican Women's Club
www.PRWC.org
P.O. Box 14425 | Scottsdale, AZ 85267
Connect With Us:

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Join us on Saturday, April 8th w/ Guest Speaker Tom Jenney, Director of the Arizona Chapter of Americans for Prosperity

9:30AM Social, 10AM Meeting, 11AM Brunch | Get the facts on Fair Tax vs. Flat tax, and the impact of tax cuts on business and trade.

Saturday, April 8th 2017
Gainey Golf Club 
7600 E Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85258
9:30AM Social | 10:00AM Meeting | 11:00AM Brunch
Join us on Saturday, April 8th with Guest Speaker Tom Jenney, director of the Arizona chapter of Americans for Prosperity 
Get the facts on Fair Tax vs. Flat tax, and the impact of tax cuts on business and trade.
Tom Jenney is director of the Arizona chapter of Americans for Prosperity, formerly the Arizona Federation of Taxpayers.  As director of AFT in 2006, Jenney helped to reduce state income and property taxes, and helped lead the fight to pass Prop 207, the Private Property Rights Protection Act.  
Saturday, April 8th 2017 
9:30AM Social | 10:00AM Meeting | 11:00AM Brunch 
MENU DETAILS: 
Quiche Lorraine, with Flaky Crust & Seasoned Breakfast Potatoes
Tickets: $28 per Person 

(A Reservation Made Is A Reservation Paid.)
RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY!
REPORT YOUR CAMPAIGN VOLUNTEER HOURS!
Pat yourself on the back because you helped put a REPUBLICAN back in the WHITE HOUSE! 
Many members worked millions of hours during the election cycle. Don't forget to report your hours! 

Please submit hours to Leona at leonajohnston@cox.net by MONDAY, MAY 1st, or in person at our April 8th meeting.
2017 Caring for America

The USO strengthens America's service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation.
QUEEN OF HEARTS

We will continue the excitement with another round of the classic, cash prize game,
QUEEN OF HEARTS!
Be sure to purchase your tickets at Saturday's brunch for a chance to win half of the

MEGA JACKPOT! 
 STILL NEED TO RENEW YOUR 2017 MEMBERSHIP?   
Remember, annual dues
are payable by January 1st of current membership year and delinquent March 1st.
Paradise Republican Women's Club
www.PRWC.org
P.O. Box 14425 | Scottsdale, AZ 85267
Connect With Us:
Paradise Republican Women's Club, P.O. Box 14425, Scottsdale, AZ 85267