Friday, July 28, Madera Clubhouse Lounge 4:30 to 7:00 PM
We will gather in the Madera Clubhouse Copper Lounge and Back Patio for hamburgers & cheeseburgers and all the “fixins”. Not only will you enjoy a fabulous burger meal, but the Quail Creek Republican Club will provide all the beer right from the keg tap. Cash bar will also be available. Make your reservations by JULY 20! We expect a full house! Reservations are $26/person, payable by credit card via PayPal.
Invited guests – U.S. Congressman Juan Ciscomani, State Representatives Gail Griffin & Lupe Diaz, State Senator David Gowan, Sahuarita Mayor Tom Murphy and other members of the Sahuarita Town Council.
You may also pay by sending a check for $26 per reservation to QCRC, PO Box 151, Green Valley, AZ 85622
Tom Murphy was elected to the Town Council in 2013. He and his family moved to Sahuarita in 2003 as their final stop, culminating 42 years of combined military service for him and his wife Lynn. Murphy is passionate about serving his community and public service. After retiring from the USAF in 1995, he earned his associate degree in Business from the University of Maryland. He then spent 14 years in service to his family. During this time, Murphy was actively involved in his daughters’ schools. He volunteered in classrooms, tutored disadvantaged children, and was active in the PTA. Soon after moving to Sahuarita, he was elected to the school board and has been serving on it since January 1995, with two terms as president.Tom believes that furthering the economic development of the town is the key to making the town a place where everyone will want to call home. He was elected to Mayor in 2016 and re-elected in 2022.
Tom will discuss the economic development of the Town of Sahuarita and provide updates on the traffic light at Quail Creek Crossing and Copper World Mine. He will also install the QCRC 2023 Board of Directors.
Every Republican vote in Quail Creek is critically important. Our candidates are counting on 100% Republican voter turnout this year. If you vote by mail and haven’t voted yet, do not mail your ballot! You must take it to the polls next Tuesday. If you vote in person at the polls and need a ride, please call Rich Ulery, QCRC president, at 520-499-2157. We’ll make sure that we get you to the polling place at 7 S. Abrego in Green Valley.
Republican Volunteers are Still Needed to Ensure Election Integrity!
If you can set aside three hours next week, you will be doing your part to help ensure election integrity in Pima County. We need you, and our candidates need you! The following shifts are available and in need of dedicated Republican volunteers:
Duplication of Ballots
November 10 – 8:00 –11:00 AM; 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM November 11 – 8:00 – 11:00 AM; 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM; 2:00 – 5:00 PM November 14 – 8:00 – 11:00 AM; 2:00 – 5:00 PM
Early Ballot Processing
November 10 – 8:00 – 11:00 AM; 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM November 11 – 8:00 – 11:00 AM; 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
November 7 – 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM November 8 – 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM; 12:30 – 4:00 PM November 9 – 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM; 12:30 – 4:00 PM November 10 – 12:30 – 4:00 PM November 11 – 12:30 – 4:00 PM
If you can help at any of these times, please e-mail Christi Emery at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call her at 520-777-3298.
Art Del Cueto has been with Border Patrol since 2003. His first duty station was Casa Grande, Arizona, where he helped in the effort to establish a new substation at Three Points, Arizona. Throughout most of his career, Art patrolled on the Tohono O’odham reservation, assisting in numerous drug and smuggling cases. As a representative of the bargaining unit members, Art has responded to over 90% of all significant incidents within the Tucson Sector including shootings, accidents, and agent assaults. As an Agent who is fluent in Spanish, he routinely leads the questioning of apprehended subjects.
Art has served as the Vice President for the National Border Patrol Council. He also currently serves as President of Local 2544 in the Tucson, Arizona sector. Prior to working for the United States Border Patrol, Art worked for a maximum security state prison in Tucson. Art is originally from Mexico, deriving his U.S. citizenship through his father, but grew up in Douglas, Arizona. Art has lived the majority of his life in Arizona.
Art is the national spokesperson for the National Border Patrol Council. Art has had the ability to express the many concerns of the agents he represents as well as the issues with Border Security. Art has appeared on most major news shows on Fox News, CNN, Al Jazeera and HBO VICE. Art has also been on countless radio shows. In addition, Art is the host of his own show, The Green Line broadcast on KNST Tucson and available through IHeartRadio.
OCTOBER MEETING! Friday, October 21, 2022 Coffee 8:30 AM, Meeting 9:00 AM Kino Conference Center Ocotillo/Mesquite Rooms
FEATURED SPEAKERS – Our New Legislative District 19 House and Senate Representatives
Gail Griffin, Arizona House of Representatives
Current member of the Arizona House of Representatives she serves as the Chairman of the Natural Resources, Energy and Water Committee, Vice Chairman of the Federal Relations Committee, and a member of the Military and Veterans Affairs, health and Human Services, and the Governor’s Water Augmentation, Innovation and Conservation Council committees.
Lupe Diaz, Arizona House of Representatives
Currently serves in the AZ House of Representatives for District 19. He was the lead pastor at Grace Chapel in Benson. His service as the Chaplain to the Legislative District 14 helped make his decision to serve in the House of Representatives.
David Gowan, Arizona State SenatorDavid Gowan, Arizona State Senator
David Gowan was first elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 2009. During the 2015-2017 legislative session, he was elected to be the 52nd Speaker of the House. Most recently, he was elected to the Arizona State Senate, where he serves as Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee.
There will be a voter election information event in the Madera Clubhouse Copper Room on Wednesday, September 28th, 7:30 am – noon. Stop by and pick up information on AZ General Election Ballot Propositions, Republican candidates, Early Voting dates and locations, Voting Center locations on election day, voter registration forms, Vote Your Values information or just ask question(s) on the upcoming election.
“What’s on the Ballot? The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly!” Presented by April Smith
April is the Field Director for The Arizona Free Enterprise Club. She worked in the medical field for years and then a few years in the banking industry. April took an interest in the political arena earlier in life and started working the elections. She has been actively involved and volunteering in several capacities where needed. She enjoys going out and meeting new people and bringing awareness of vital information. April is a precinct committeeman in LD 15 in East Mesa. She loves reaching out to others and being a source of information and enjoys empowering others to do the same.
April and her husband, Shawn, are Arizona natives and live in East Mesa with their 8 children. April enjoys spending time with her family playing games, going on road trips, playing at the beach, or camping. Life is never a dull moment. She encourages her children to take part in preserving their freedom and has often included them in political activities. She knows that young people that are taught how to think and learn will be strong assets for the future.
April will talk about how to get our voices heard by our elected officials at the Capitol! There is power with grassroots and collectively, we can have a bigger impact! Come ready to learn and then go and do!