Thursday, July 7, 2016

Save the Date - Meet Alex and Sheriff Joe

LD23 Republican Committee of Scottsdale, Fountain Hills and Rio Verde

You are cordially invited to an evening reception in support of
Alex Meluskey, with special guest Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Event Details:
WHEN: July 12th, 4pm to 7pm
WHERE: Fireside Grill
12800 N SaguaroBlvd
Fountain Hills, AZ 85268
United States

Hosted by:

Gary O. Lvov

Co-Hosted by:
Lori Klein, Former AZ State Senator and AZ National Committee Woman
Bob Corbin, Former AZ Attorney General, and Past President of the NRA

                                    Click here to RSVP
                                    Click here to PLEDGE YOUR VOTE

                                    Click here to CONTRIBUTE TO THE CAMPAIGN

                                    Click here to ENDORSE ALEX

                                    Click here to SPREAD THE WORD

                                    Click here to VOLUNTEER

Join us for an Italian buffet and an evening of fun and activism. I look forward to seeing you on July 12th and at many other of the upcoming campaign events.

Thank you for your time,
Allison Mary
Events Coordinator
Meluskey for U.S. Senate
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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

AZ Corporation Commission Mixer - RSVP Today!

Mix & Mingle with the AZ Corporation Commission Candidates

Join us for an evening of wine, mingling and mixing! Get to know the AZ Corporate Commission Candidates and get answers to your most pressing questions. RSVP Today!
Date: July 13th 2016
Time: 5-7PM
Location: Black & Bleu American Grill
9343 E. Shea Blvd
Scottsdale, AZ
Refreshments | Cash Bar
Bring Your Friends & Neighbors!
RSVP: Anna Morrison (623) 234-3717
by Sunday July, 10th 2016
Paradise Republican Women | PO Box 14425, Scottsdale AZ  85267

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Virginia Korte: Good Transportation Policy vs. Poor Transportation

Together we can make our great city even better.
Citizens expect us to make decisions about both short-term and long- term policies based on the best and most accurate information available.  In short, it’s our responsibility to do our due diligence by exploring every option before reaching a decision on each policy.

Residents continually tell us that the most important issues for them involve transportation -- including traffic congestion and how quickly they can travel from one place to another.

On Tuesday evening, July 5th, the Council will be approving the Transportation Master Plan, This is the document that will guide how the city responds to our transportation needs for the next 20 years.  I regret to report that the majority of the Council has not only eliminated any reference to “light rail,” they will not even be considering potential rail routes.

That means the current version of the 20-year plan will not include all transportation options – which is like a company creating a long-range business plan while choosing to ignore all the factors in the market that could foster growth, prosperity and success.  No responsible business leader would do that.

This issue should not be about whether or not our community supports or opposes light rail.  It is about those of us on the City Council doing our jobs and making decisions for our future. 

Ultimately, I believe it boils down to creating a good transportation policy versus a poor transportation policy.

PS:  If you care about planning ahead for our transportation needs for the next 20 years, I encourage you to express to the mayor and council members your concerns about the current version of the Transportation Master Plan. You can contact all council members using the following email:

Team Jones Update

Christine Jones for Congress

Eight weeks to go until the Primary Election and the campaign is forging ahead with great energy and excitement! We've had another busy week getting our message out and meeting with enthusiastic voters. Here's the latest update:

Christine Jones Meet & Greets
A Week of Meet & Greets

The campaign held several meet and greets throughout the district this week. Christine continues to meet wonderful people who are excited about her campaign wherever she goes. From Agritopia to Mesa to Queen Creek, the reception has been fantastic. We will hold more of these local events in the weeks ahead. If you'd like to host your own meet and greet, please let us know.

Christine Jones sits down with Rebekah Sanders
ICYMI: Christine Jones on Immigration

During a meeting with the Arizona Republic earlier this week, Christine was asked about her stand on illegal immigration. Here's what she told the reporter: "What we need is to finish the fence in highly trafficked trafficking lanes. There are many, many miles on the border that don’t need a fence because the terrain is not passable by human beings and that we ought not to be worrying about so much." Read the full article here.

Christine Jones Field
Outstanding In Her Field

Team Jones just finished another outstanding day in the field meeting and speaking with voters. Although it may be a little warm going door-to-door, the heat won't stop Christine from from walking neighborhoods and knocking doors! Whether it's putting up yard signs, making phone calls or meeting voters in the field, we would love to have you join Team Jones. Contact us here to find out how you can get involved.

Christine Jones Yard Sign
Get Your Sign!

We just received a new order of signs ready to be posted in yards across the district! Placing a sign in your front yard is a way to show your personal support and endorsement of Christine. If we can get you your own yard sign, please contact us here.

Another Big Announcement 

Stand by for another big announcement next week! Our campaign continues to pick up even more momentum in the month of July and we're excited to get our message out!

Declaration of Independence

Finally, on behalf of Christine and the campaign, I want to wish you a very happy Independence Day! The 4th of July is a wonderful time to celebrate the great American dream and the principles of freedom and liberty. Please remember to thank and say a prayer for all our public safety personnel and military members as they protect and defend those very freedoms we cherish.

May God bless America,
Jordan Ray
Campaign Manager | Jones for Congress
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Sunday, July 3, 2016

Virginia Korte: A Time For Reflecting on Our Freedom and Good Fortune 

On this holiday, as most of the world is in turmoil and discontent, I will be contemplating the significance of our freedom.  I hope that between all of the events and activities in which you are participating, you will also have time for reflection.

When I think about how much our country has accomplished since its inception only 240 years ago, the thing that comes most to mind is our country’s grit.  It was sheer grit fueled by conviction, vision and hope -- and driven by our forefathers’ quest for freedom that made America what it is today.

Those qualities are not just the ones on which our country was founded, they still reverberate across the land. These principles also continue to resonate with us here in our great city of Scottsdale.

I believe my campaign for City Council is about creating a vision and being a voice for our city’s future.  But to be successful in that endeavor, it is important that we honor our heritage and respect those who sacrificed and toiled to help make our city so special.

This holiday is important to all of us, no matter what our political affiliations and philosophies.  It is a time for celebrating our freedom, enjoying family and friends and reflecting on our good fortune of living in the greatest country in the world and the best city in America.
Happy July 4th!

PS:  Please keep your family, friends and pets safe.