Superstition 9-12 Tea Party Patriots Weekly Meeting

Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots Weekly Meeting

Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots met at the Feedbag Restaurant in Apache Junction on Thursday, April 26th at 06:30 PM for their regular weekly meeting.  The meeting was run by founder Judy Novalsky and there were over a dozen people in attendance.

Bill Bish talked about Article Five of the Constitution and the use and misuse of Executive Orders.   Ann Fessler-Butts showed some clips from Glenn Beck’s recent speech to the NRA at their National Convention and told us about her opportunity to talk with Glenn about the Superstition 9.12 Tea Party Patriots and his encouraging response.  Charlie Fox gave a talk about some of the important figures involved in the founding of the United States and how events overseas were influencing events leading up to the Revolution.  Cindi Valgento talked to us about the challenges and rewards of teaching economics to her high school students and gave us a an excellent speech on the housing mortgage debacle using material she uses in her economics class while also expediting an excellent discussion session.

The Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots group welcomes everyone who wants to learn more about our country, our history, our government and our ability as citizens to influence and direct the future of our nation.  If you would like to know more, please leave a message to be contacted.

Pinal County District 4 Republicans Elect New Chairperson

A meeting of the District 4 Pinal County Republican Precinct Committeemen was held at the Pinal County Justice Court in Apache Junction on April 24th at 6:40 P.M.  The main purpose of this meeting was to hold an election to replace the current Chairperson, Julia Jaworski, who is moving back East.  There were two nominations, the first being for Art Fesler-Butts, nominated by Precinct 57 Captain Mark Hawthorne, and the second, current Vice Chair Beth Hallgren, made by outgoing Chair, Julia Jaworski..

Pinal County Republican Chairman, Stephen Kohut, tabulated the votes and the winner and new District 4 Chairperson is Beth Hallgren.

If you would like to know more about Precinct Committeemen and what they do or are interested in becoming one, leave a reply to this message and you will be contacted with information.

The First

Welcome to the first post of Pinal County People.  This is a blog for the use of anyone living in Pinal County to post their ideas, air their feelings, or vent their frustrations.  The rules are to keep it clean and research what you say.  In other words have the facts to back up what you post.  I hope this proves to be a worthwhile medium for all of us living in Pinal County.  At the very least, to keep informed is to be ahead of the game.

As time goes on, I will do my best to improve the technical quality of the blog.  I welcome all suggestions or ideas as to how to make this a reality.