Friday, May 13, 2016

Littlefield: Unapologetic 'no' on bad projects for Scottsdale.

The Scottsdale Republic posted my column about why Scottsdale needs new leadership: Littlefield: Unapologetic 'no' on bad projects for Scottsdale.
Help Me Keep Scottsdale Special!
If you agree with me that Scottsdale needs new leadership, click here for details about how you can help my campaign for Mayor. If you have any questions or would like more information, my web site is and my phone # is 602-228-9145.
My campaign yard signs have arrived! If you want some for your yard (or for your neighbors) let me know. Littlefield
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Virginia Korte: 🎓Education and Economic Development Create the Cornerstone of Our Community

For those of you who have followed my involvement in our community for the past 30 years, you know about my long-time commitment to education.  You are also aware of my interest in the revitalization of Southern Scottsdale where my family has deep roots for over 40 years.

Education and Southern Scottsdale are the topics of today’s email.

Scottsdale Gateway Alliance, an organization with which I have been affiliated for several years, has discovered some insightful data about Southern Scottsdale residents.  Approximately 2,000 people have taken part in the SGA survey during the past several months.

The survey found that 42% of the respondents have lived in Southern Scottsdale five or less years.  In addition, 57% of them have children enrolled in elementary schools.  From my perspective, the survey indicates that those of us working to revitalize this great area of our city also need to help ensure that our schools are providing students with the resources and opportunities to succeed.

I have committed years of time and effort to many “Yes to Children” campaigns to enrich our Scottsdale Unified School District’s programs and campuses.  In 2007 and 2014 I had the privilege of serving as the Honorary Chair of the “Yes To Children” campaigns; both were successful in passing the SUSD’s budget override proposals.  I will be supporting this group’s future endeavors to improve our schools and offer our students the best possible education.

I believe that building a strong education system and encouraging more economic development work together to create the cornerstone of the Southern Scottsdale community.

 PS:  Feel free to share my email with your friends and neighbors.  And please contribute to my campaign – it’s easy, simply click the “donate” button above and go directly to my secured website.

Mary Hamway We are on the ballot!

Mary HamwayCouncilwoman Mary Hamway Officially on Primary Ballot to Succeed Representative Kate Brophy McGee
Hamway Petition Filing
Phoenix, AZ (May 12th) - Councilwoman Mary Hamway today became an official candidate for Arizona's Legislative District 28, submitting over 1,000 signatures to qualify.

She released the following statement:

"I am grateful to the volunteers in Legislative District 28 who have supported my candidacy financially, and with their valuable time by collecting over 1,000 signatures, thus securing my position on the August 30th primary ballot. In the next several months, I look forward to meeting with the voters of District 28 to discuss important issues affecting Arizona such as quality of education for all students, public infrastructure, and streamlining government. I will work diligently to earn the confidence of the voters to become the next representative of Legislative District 28."

About Mary Hamway

Republican Mary Hamway is a current Councilwoman and former Vice Mayor for the Town of Paradise Valley. At the end of her term, ending in December of 2016, Mary will have served ten years on the Paradise Valley Town Council. During her time on the Town Council, she was Chairwoman of the Town's Water Committee and Chair for the restoration of Kiva Athletic Field. She also served as Co-Chair for the Town's 50th Anniversary Visioning Committee and on the Town's General Plan Advisory Committee.

Prior to moving to Arizona in 1994, Mary worked for 18 years in the information technology industry. Mary has been involved in Republican Party activities and has served as Corresponding Secretary and 1st Vice Chair for the Legislative District 28 GOP. She is a Precinct and a State Committeewoman. Mary is married and currently lives in Paradise Valley.

Among those who have endorsed Mary include former Secretary of State Betsey Bayless, former Arizona Senator Susan Gerard, former Arizona Representative Deb Gullett, Phoenix Councilman Jim Waring, Paradise Valley Mayor Michael Collins, and former Paradise Valley mayors Scott LeMarr, Vernon Parker, Ed Winkler and Ron Clarke.
Learn more about Mary Hamway by clicking here.
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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Scottsdale Your Voice Your Preserve Public Service Announcement by Guy Phillips VIDEO

Published on May 11, 2016
Watch this short video, get informed and cast your vote to save the Preserve.

Guy Phillips Scottsdale City Councilman
This video is a short public service announcement to inform the citizens of Scottsdale of a travesty about to happen on your Preserve. In order to take further action please sign up for to get special newsletters about the DDC open houses.


Tuesday, May 10, 2016


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You hear them talking or read a paragraph from a city document.
Everyday, they come up with new terms and words to describe what otherwise might not be acceptable to the public. It's called Government-Speak, likened to George Orwell's 1984, where today's progressive government probably got the idea.

An example might sound like this: “Even as stakeholders engage in inclusive dialogue, various forms of outreach on multi-model transportation will be the catalyst in the revitalization and connectivity as part of a diverse and multicultural community.” HUH??

Now read below the meanings they want you to get and what they really mean:
     What they want you to think: Applying to those who have a vested interest in an area, like you the            resident.
     What it really means: Those who have invested heavily in a certain outcome for their benefit.
     What they want you to think: Engaging in public conversation for your input on city projects 
     before they start.
     What it really means: Pretending to care what you think when the project is already a done deal.
     What they want you to think: a vast array of ways to move the public from point A to point B.
     What it really means: Light Rail, period.
     What they want you to think: Listening to both sides to be fair and balanced.
     What they really mean: Telling you what you will have to put up with.
     What they want you to think: Letting everyone join in. What they really mean: Forced acceptance
     by you.
     What they want you to think: Coming to a majority conclusion during a non-voting work study
     What they really mean: If four agree, it will be done.
     What they want you to think: Various ways of getting from one place to another.
     What they really mean: Light Rail, period.
     What they want you to think: many different races of people.
     What they really mean: LGBT

So now, the harmless statement above can be read as this: “Even as developers and council talk about including an LGBT ordinance, we still have to pretend to listen to the public via work study before deciding to run light rail through the downtown.”

Of course the last one backfired on them as we took any form of fixed rail out of the transportation master plan. Sometimes what's good for the goose is good for the gander!

Guy Phillips
Scottsdale City Council

Meet the SEAL Team of the Republican Party & Learn How the EPA is Hurting AZ

Saturday, May 14th 2016
Gainey Golf Club 
7600 E Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85258
10:30AM Social | 11:00AM Meeting | 12:00PM Lunch

Hear from our two dynamic guest speakers, Thayer Verschoor, president of the Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) and Arizona energy advocate, Jason Hayes.
Thayer Verschoor, President of AzRA

The SEAL team of the Republican party, AzRA is an organization committed to maintaining a conservative presence throughout the Arizona political arena. AzRA's mission and strategy is to promote true conservatives in all positions of leadership - from elected office to appointed positions - within the Republican party.

Join us on Saturday, May 14th to learn more about the ongoing efforts of the Arizona Republican Assembly, and to get the inside scoop on current opportunities to get involved.

Jason Hayes, Energy Advocate in Arizona

New regulations from the Environmental Protection Act (EPA) could mean that the majority of Arizona no longer meets ozone limits -- a classification that would result in statewide job losses, and significant damage to the state's economic development. 

Reserve your ticket now to learn more about how the EPA is affecting the Arizona economy and local businesses, and what you can do to help. 

Jason Hayes is the Associate Director for the American Coal Council (ACC), a national energy industry association that represents 160 member companies whose operations span the coal industry - from the hole in the ground to the plug in the wall.

Entree: Grilled Chicken and Radiatore Pasta with Creamy Basil Cream Sauce
Vegetarian Menu: Grilled Vegetables over Radiatore Pasta with Garlic Olive Oil and Parmesan Cheese
Dessert: Lemon Curd Tart with Berries
Tickets: $30 per Person 
(A Reservation Made Is A Reservation Paid.)

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Get Involved Join The Paradise Republican Women


Paradise Republican Women...
Embrace challenges
Are leaders and mentors
Get involved
Empower others
Work as a team
Believe in our values and principles

We Welcome New 2016 PRWC Members: 
Gwynne Autrey   
Anna Morrison  
Elizabeth Brantley    
Priscilla Perles  
Laine Byrum   
Patricia Roski  
Sophia Catalo    
Crystal Smith  
Theresa Franklin   
Kimberly Guimarin
Jeanne Sterrett 
Charlotte Hoek 
Mary Jumont 
Ruth Lazar 
Sheri Lopez

For membership information please contact:  Anna Morrison at or 623.234.3717. 
Mail applications with a $30 check to P.O.Box 14425, Scottsdale, AZ 85267 

Ever wonder how candidates get elected? 
VOLUNTEERS...VOLUNTEERS...VOLUNTEERS!  Would  you or someone you know like to work on a candidate's campaign or to get a proposition passed?  If you are interested, please contact Anna Morrison, or 623-234-3717 and she can assist you in connecting with the respective campaigns.
The signal is loud and clear that the 2016 campaign cycle is in full swing.  We need to be willing to step forward and act quickly to support candidates of choice.  I'm sure you all agree WE CANNOT ALLOW ANOTHER CLINTON IN THE WHITE HOUSE OR BERNIE SANDERS.
*This is not an endorsement of Paradise Republican Women, its President, or its Campaign Activities chair, only candidate's information to help you make an informed decision and get involved with the candidate of your choice.
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Sunday, May 8, 2016

Hair on Fire News Talk Radio/Trump Win with Bruce Ash

Trump Win Archive  Blog Talk Radio/Hair on Fire
States that still need to hold elections NE, WV, OR, WA, CA, MT, NJ, NM, SD voters still need to vote in these states.
Trump now has 1053 delegates and it’s inconceivable that from the remaining 571 he won’t get the 184 delegates he’s required to reach 1237.
If you think presumptive nominee means Trump has it in the bag WRONG the delegates from the remaining states that need to have their elections could be up for grabs to highest bidder. Also candidates that have dropped out names may still be on ballots.
Bruce Ash Community and Political
Bruce Ash has served on a local, national and international level in various health philanthropic and care organizations and brings his vast experience in business and fund raising efforts to Republican political activism in Arizona. Mr. Ash was selected as Arizona’s Republican Committeeman in 2007 and has been Arizona Republican Committeeman ever since.. He is a member of the RNC Standing Committee on Resolutions (2009- Present) and Standing Committee on Rules (2009 – Present). In 2010 Mr. Ash was elected Chairman of the Standing Committee on Rules.