Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots Weekly Meeting
Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots held their regular weekly meeting at the Feedbag’ Restaurant in Apache Junction on Thursday, May 31 at 6:30 PM.
Judy Novalsky, group leader and candidate for State Legislature (http://jnovalsky2012.com/) started with reminding everyone that the group would be on a bi-weekly schedule for June and July starting with the next meeting on June 14th. Regular weekly meetings will resume in August. Todd House, candidate for County Supervisor (http://houseforsupervisor.com/), advised there was, finally, no Apache Junction Fire Board news this week, (http://www.ajfire.org/) and that the Pinal County Primary Election candidate filings for the May 30, 2012 Primary are in (http://pinalcountyaz.gov/Departments/Elections/Pages/Home.aspx) with approximately 70% of filings being Republican candidates. Todd thanked everyone who helped him with petitions and other tasks needed to become a formal candidate. Beth Hallgren, spoke about the rare opportunity to receive free GOPAC training on planning and executing effective GOTV to win elections. Contact Beth @ email@example.com for more information or check for a link to a description of the training at (http://pinalcountypeople.com/2012/05/24/superstitions-9-12-tea-party-patriots-weekly-meeting-3/). Judy then pointed out how many people in the group were candidates for various party, local, county and state offices putting their time and effort behind their principles. She also thanked Kelli Caplette, Secretary to Superstition Mountain Republican Club, as one of members who contribute their talents to keeping our local clubs, groups and committees functioning. David E. Hood played the video of the 5th part of Hillsdale College’s series on the Constitution – The Separation of Powers: Ensuring Good Government (http://constitution.hillsdale.edu/). A lively discussion followed the lecture.
Summertime Schedule for the
Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots
We will meet on the following days
May 31, 2012
June 14, 2012
June 28, 2012
July 12, 2012
July 26, 2012
Every Thursday in August
Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots group is open to everyone. If you would like to know more, please leave a message to be contacted.
The innocuous arfticle appears here and at first glance looks harmless and may even seem like a good idea:
Arizona Public Service Co. will begin installing “smart” electric meters on all Casa Grande homes beginning in mid-June and ending in late July, the City Council was told during last week’s meeting.
Now, you may want to look here and see what it’s really all about.
District 4 Pinal County Republican Precinct Committeemen Meeting
The District 4 Pinal County Republican Precinct Committeemen held their monthly meeting at the Apache Junction Justice of the Peace Court, Tuesday, May 29 at 7:00 PM.
Beth Hallgren, District 4 Chairman, led the meeting. First speaker, LD District 23 State Representative, John Fillmore, candidate this election for Arizona Senate (http://johnfillmore.com/), advised both he and Judy Novalsky, candidate for LD District 23 State Representative (http://jnovalsky2012.com/), have filed their election paperwork and thanked everyone who helped accomplish this task. John also reminded everyone that the deadline for filing for PC and some other positions is May 30, 2012 (http://pinalcountyaz.gov/Departments/Elections/Pages/Home.aspx). Arizona State Senator Ron Gould (candidate for US Congress Representative, (http://www.rongould.com/), spoke about his goals and principals and took questions from the group. Barb Cobb, candidate for Apache Junction Fire Board (http://www.ajfire.org/) spoke about recent disturbing activities of the AJ Fire Board and what brought her to run for local office. Members were reminded that Charlie Fox and Art Fessler-Buttes are also candidates for the Fire board and James Hallgren for the School board. Todd House (current member of the Apache Junction Fire Board and candidate for County Supervisor (http://houseforsupervisor.com/), spoke about the most recent County Supervisors meeting and some of the issues happening in Pinal County governance and management as well as some recent events on the AJFB. Beth advised the Pinal County Republican Committee has requested the Arizona State Republican Committee consider ‘re-doing’ the State convention due to irregular and illegal procedures and also provided a list of suggestions for a more successful event. Other County Republican Committees are moving to express similar feelings about the situation. Beth is requesting input from the members about future meetings – with the elections starting to draw closer, she suggested we consider both the frequency and content of meetings. Several members indicated they wanted to be hearing from candidates as much as possible. Beth also announced that Bob Ross has accepted the position of District 4 Vice-Chair.
The District 4 Pinal County Republican Precinct Committeeman meeting is a working group for Republican Precinct Committeemen and is open only to Republican PC’s. Republican Precinct Committeemen represent the GOP voters of their precinct at the county Republican party level and are the local conduit between the Party and its members. Party members and neighbors are welcome to contact their Precinct Committeeman regarding party issues, candidates, other information or questions. Those interested in exploring becoming PC’s are encouraged to contact a Party representative or leave a message to be contacted.
If you’ve lived in the East Valley for a while, you’ve probably heard the story of the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine, the long-lost treasure trove believed to be somewhere in the Superstition Mountains near Apache Junction. Now, Crash Games, LLC, a Phoenix board game design and publishing company has created a game based on the mine.
Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots Weekly Meeting
Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots held their regular weekly meeting at the Feedbag’ Restaurant in Apache Junction on Thursday, May 24 at 6:30 PM.
Judy Novalsky, group founder and candidate for State Legislature (http://jnovalsky2012.com/) did her usual fine job leading the meeting. Beth Hallgren, spoke about the GOPAC training on planning and executing effective GOTV to win elections. Contact Beth @ firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. **See below for pdf file with a description and locations of training. Judy reminded everyone that Precinct Committeeman petitions must be delivered to the Elections Office in Florence by May 30, 2012 (http://pinalcountyaz.gov/Departments/Elections/Pages/Home.aspx). Todd House, member of the Apache Junction Fire Board and candidate for County Supervisor (http://houseforsupervisor.com/), spoke briefly on the most recent AJ Fire Board meeting (http://www.ajfire.org/) where items being postponed led to calling another special meeting next Wednesday making a total of 14 meetings so far in 2012 – the Board usually holds 12 meetings a year. Todd also mentioned the last County Supervisors meeting where a tax increase was passed, an Open House held by Apache Junction Maintenance Department earlier today and the interesting statistics that Pinal County is the 2nd poorest county in Arizona and also the 2nd highest in government expenditures. Steven L Boyd, candidate for County Treasurer, spoke on his aspirations for the Office of Treasurer and his dedication to fiscal conservancy in County Government. Steven advised he is running unopposed for the Republican candidacy so is running a lean campaign until the general election – more information will be forthcoming after the primary. David E. Hood played the video of the 3rd part of Hillsdale College’s series on the Constitution – Separation of Powers and Limited Government (http://constitution.hillsdale.edu/).
Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots group welcomes everyone who wants to learn more about their country, history, government and involved citizenry. If you would like to know more, please leave a message to be contacted.
**Here is a description of the GOTV Training locations and dates. Click here.
Clark Smithson: We are watching you
At the meeting this evening we heard two disturbing things. First – that you fell asleep during the Supervisors meeting and secondly, that when you were awake, you voted with Pete Rios to raise our taxes. This forum is open to you for your response should you care to make one. But, I have to say, your first actions are disappointing to many of us who believed you were what you said you were about.
Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots Weekly Meeting
Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots met at the Feedbag’ Restaurant in Apache Junction on Thursday, May 17 at 6:30 PM for their regular weekly meeting.
Judy Novalsky, group founder and candidate for State Legislature (http://jnovalsky2012.com/) led the meeting. Todd House, member of the Apache Junction Fire Board and candidate for County Supervisor (http://houseforsupervisor.com/), spoke on the Special Meeting called by the Fire Board (http://www.ajfire.org/) for Wednesday, May 9 and another special meeting Wednesday, May 18, addressing the circumstances and time pressures that necessitated calling these extra meetings as well as many of the accomplishments of the Fire board this year. Bill Bish, Public Information Officer for American Academy for Constitutional Education, led a review of the the seven Articles that comprise the Constitution and spoke on the intent of meaning in the 2nd Amendment (http://www.aafce.com/). Susan Fox spoke briefly on the DWCG virus issue and recommended everyone check their computers (http://www.dcwg.org/). Charlie Fox spoke on the history surrounding the writing of the Constitution and Bill of Rights, commented on the 2nd Amendment clause regarding ‘a well regulated militia’ and the influence of the English Great Revolution and Bill of Rights on the Founding Father’s thought process. David E. Hood played the video of the 1st part of Hillsdale College’s series on the Constitution – The American Mind (http://constitution.hillsdale.edu/).
Superstitions 9.12 Tea Party Patriots group is open to all who want 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.
Clark Smithson, a city councilman in Apache Junction, was appointed to fulfill the remainder of Martyn’s term in a special meeting of the Pinal County Board of Supervisors on Friday.
Normally, I will not include news outside of the Pinal County area but if the US Government has its way, this will certainly affect Pinal County – radically. Don’t let this one slide, Folks. Contact your State and Federal Representatives and lrt them know you are mad as hell and you demand they do something about this.