Saturday, January 3, 2015

AZ Teenage Republicans Will Be At State Meeting

The AZ Teenage Republicans are at every meeting selling donuts, snacks and lunch they need out support. be
AZ Teenage Republicans
My name is Lilia Dashevsky and I am the State Chairman of the Arizona Teenage Republicans (AZ TARs). I hope you've all had a pleasant and meaningful holiday season, but now it's time to head back to work--and for the AZ TARs, high school. 

As you all know, January is a busy time for the Maricopa County Republican Committee and for the AZ GOP, because the two organizations have their annual statutory meetings. If you've attended these in the past, you also know that the AZ TARs are the first to greet you and the last ones to say goodbye! 

The AZ TARs sell donuts, snacks, lunch, and water to all the attendees at both of the meetings, which allows us to raise money for our annual banquet in April. We are always looking for our Republican donors to engage with the TARs, and therefore we ask for your donations: check, cash, even donating donuts, water bottles, snacks, lunch, etc., can greatly help our organization's fundraising! 

The Maricopa meeting is January 10th and the AZ GOP's meeting is January 24th, so time is running out! If you're interested in helping the AZ Teenage Republicans, please let me know as soon as possible. I look forward to hearing from all of you. 

Lilia Dashevsky
Arizona Teen
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Contact Information
Cell: (602) 918-3411
Twitter: @lilydashevsky
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Friday, January 2, 2015

Maricopa County and AZGOP Candidates Forum

Arizona Attorney General-Elect Brnovich Names Three Key Members of Staff

(Phoenix, AZ) With the new year begins a new era in the Arizona Attorney General's Office. Attorney General-elect Mark Brnovich added three more staff members as he prepares to take office on Monday.

Zora Manjencich will join the Attorney General's Office as the Assistant Chief of the Child Safety Division. Manjencich spent nine years at the Maricopa County Attorney's Office handling high-profile sex crime cases in the East Valley. She once tried and convicted a child predator who was featured on America's Most Wanted and earned the Crime Victims' Rights Special Award. Manjencich most recently worked as a litigator at a local law firm. Manjencich is actively involved with organizations that advocate for children with both physical and learning disabilities.

"Zora's experience prosecuting child predators demonstrates to me that she is the ideal person to work alongside John Johnson in the Child Safety Division," said Brnovich. "The fact that she devotes her own time to standing up for children in our community proves that her passion for youth goes beyond any job title."

Maria Syms will serve as Legal Policy Advisor. Syms is currently a councilwoman-elect for the Town of Paradise Valley and recently earned a Master's Degree in Public Administration from Harvard University. Syms' impressive resume includes serving as an Assistant United State Attorney in Los Angeles. She both enforced the law and saved taxpayer money by aiding in the dismissal of frivolous lawsuits. She has experience working as a Law Clerk within the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit where she analyzed and researched cases and legal issues presented to the court, drafted opinions and orders, and briefed a federal judge in preparation for oral argument. Syms also practiced law at a private firm in Hawaii, advocating for businesses of varying sizes.

General Brnovich named Jennifer Perkins the Assistant Solicitor General for Attorney General Opinions. Perkins comes to the team from her role as Of Counsel at an appellate law firm in Phoenix. She previously spent five years with the Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct as Disciplinary Counsel and Staff Attorney. In that role she investigated, prosecuted and provided resolutions in all statewide judicial misconduct complaints. She also served as as a staff attorney with the Arizona Chapter of the Institute for Justice for five years.

"Selecting the very best people to serve our state has been an exciting task," Brnovich added. "I become more confident in my team with each new hire."
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We're excited to share something with you!

Fellow Precinct Committeeman: 

We're excited to share something with you!
This is the first of a series of brief messages
discussing our candidacy for Chairman

and First Vice Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee.

Yes, we're running together.
East and West... together.
Former opponents... together.
Working with all factions... together.
Kicking the Dems in the teeth... together.
Working for you. And with you. Together.

We realized last year, while collaborating on several projects, that our shared vision and complementary skillsets would benefit the Republican party. We bring deep experience, proven conservative credentials, and a track record of success in advancing the party principles and electing Republicans at every level of government. And, most importantly, a passion to serve YOU -- the heart of the party -- the Precinct Committeeman.

That's why the cornerstone of our plan is providing training and resources for Precinct Committeemen, as well as District leaders and candidates for all offices. As Lisa likes to say, "If we control the precincts, we will win the elections." Our goal is to empower you to dominate your precinct with effective grassroots action, relationship-building, and a robust county party support system to amplify your efforts.

Over the next ten days, we'll share parts of our plan with you. Along with some of our philosophy and background. And yes, the occasional Internet meme, just for the heck of it. We don't always take
ourselves too seriously, but we are deeply serious about serving and empowering you in the party.

We would both be honored to have your vote and your support. The election will be held in Tempe on Saturday, January 10. We're looking forward to seeing you there... and we can't wait to work together with you!

Lisa Gray and Jeni White
More information about us can be found on our website: www.TeamRed.GOP
You can also follow us on Facebook: 
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Less than two weeks remain until the MCRC board elections

Aaron Borders for 2nd Vice Chair MCRC
Phoenix -
Less than two weeks remain until the MCRC board elections. I am running for 2nd Vice Chair of the MCRC, and I would be honored to earn your support on January 10th. I am not running on a slate. My allegiances are to no one but you - the precinct committeemen of Maricopa County.
I have been endorsed by elected officials such as : 
-Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio
-Arizona House Majority Leader-elect Steve Montenegro (LD13)
-Arizona House Majority Whip-elect David Livingston (LD22)
-Representative Darin Mitchell (LD13)

Representative Brenda Barton (LD6)
Jay Lawrence (LD23)
-Representative-elect Anthony Kern (LD20)
Representative Paul Boyer (LD20)
-Senator Don Shooter (LD13)
Senator Kelli Ward (LD5)
Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio
Maricopa Community College At-Large-elect Tracy Livingston

District Chairmen :
-David Henderson (LD15)
-George Ortiz (LD 19)

-Kevin Payne (LD 21)
-Eric Morgan (LD 22)
-Ian Murray (LD 25)
-Ron Harders (LD 27)
-Alan Gaugert (LD 29)
-Gary Hirsh (LD 30)

Grassroots Leaders :

-Sophia E. Johnson, 1st Vice Chair (LD19)
-Jana King, 1st Vice Chair (LD29)
-Francine Romesburg, Grass Roots Tea -Party Activest Facilitator (LD20)
-Vera Anderson, Grass Roots Leader (LD20)
Constantin Querard (best known as 'CQ'). Former LD 16 Chairman, has also served the MCRC and AZGOP as an EGC member
Marcus Huey, Grass Roots leader (LD15)
Gary Cox, PC and past Senate candidate (LD30)

 Many other precinct committeemen from all over Maricopa County have pledged their support and votes for my candidacy. All of these individuals know that I will give everything I have to serve this party, to defend our conservative platform, and to help get Republicans elected in 2016.
This past election cycle, I ran as a Republican in LD 29 - a heavily Democratic district. Many people told me not to run because of the Republican disadvantage in voter registration,  that did not deter me. With the full support of my wife, I spent more than a year fundraising, knocking on doors, calling voters, and meeting so many new faces in LD 29. The end result was not what I hoped for, although I came with in 2% of the vote to claiming a house seat in the district - something that no one predicted when I started that endeavor. 
We need more people in leadership who are willing to take on new challenges and to put forth every ounce of effort within themselves to achieve victories. When the grassroots works in harmony with leadership of a party, success happens in an election cycle. I intend to be a bridge between the PC's and MCRC leadership, ensuring that your voice is heard and adhered to over the next two years.
I am more than willing to talk with you about my candidacy for 2nd Vice Chair of the MCRC at anytime. Please e-mail me at with any questions or comments - or to set up a telephone conversation, and I will be sure to get back to you.
I would appreciate your vote and your support on January 10th. Thank you for all that you do for this party, and I look forward to more Republican victories in the next election cycle!
Learn More about me and what I will bring to the MCRC at

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Get to know us! Lisa Gray and Jeni White

Republicans need to bring our A game to this critical Presidential election cycle.  Our electeds and nominees at every level need the best possible support and turnout in Maricopa County. That means training and empowering PCs, grooming and supporting candidates, building our base with voter registration and education, and presenting our platform and principles in an upbeat positive light that expands Republican influence.

We've proven our ability with outstanding results in all these areas -- just look at our résumés and our districts' awards. We're both known for an inclusive, consensus-based leadership style that will help to maximize results with the many talented volunteers in the party.  And for proof that we can work well across the party, one need look no further than the fact that we are running as a team now after running as opponents two years ago.

Maricopa County deserves the best.  #VoteTeamRed

• Campaign Manager for Jeff DeWit, State Treasurer-Elect
• Former Chairman, LD9/LD21 / Former 1st Vice-Chair / Former 2nd Vice-Chair
• Developed PC training material and trained hundreds of PCs
• Organized West Valley Gubernatorial Forum, 600+ attended, fundraiser for multiple districts
• Spearheaded successful AZGOP statewide Super Saturday Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV) event
• Created to recruit PCs and Maricopa County Republicans Facebook page to promote our party
• Planned/implemented GOTV activities with PCs, Republican Club and TEA Party members, canvassing and distributing slate cards to 25,000+ households

• Former Chairman, LD20/LD18 / Outgoing Secretary, MCRC / LD18
• Current 2nd Vice-Chair, AZGOP
• Chaired LD18 2012 Victory operation, targeting 25,000+ households and turning the LD from blue to red - State Dems now consider LD18 "safe red”
• Provided ballot chase and electioneering data to all LDs in 2012, key local races in 2014
• Converted MCRC records to electronic storage accessible by all EGC members
• Conducted ballot counts and proxy validation for several Legislative Districts, 2012, 2014
For more information and endorsements: www.TeamRed.GOP 
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Thursday, January 1, 2015

2015 Is Here-Have A Great One