June Featured Speaker – Dr. Kelli Ward

Dr. Kelli Ward was first elected Chairwoman of the Republican Party of Arizona on January 26, 2019, and is the first woman to be elected Chair of the State Party in over thirty years. On January 23, 2021, she was reelected to serve her second term after successfully defending our Republican majorities in the State House, the State Senate, and the Arizona Corporation Commission. Dr. Ward graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Duke University, and graduated top of her class from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. She holds a Master’s degree in Public Health (MPH), is a family physician, has served as a lawmaker, and ran her small business for nearly two decades in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. 

Dr. Ward is focused on bringing her conservative bona fides and winning track record as Chair to the fight against the onslaught of liberal policies assailing our state. Going forward, she will continue to work to unify Republicans and win more elections in 2022. 

As a wife and a mom, preserving liberty, freedom, and opportunity in our country is her primary objective. As Chairwoman, she is putting her experience as a physician, small business owner, and lawmaker to work to ensure more Republican victories up and down the ballot. As we head into the 2022 election cycle, she will continue to use her expertise, experience, and abilities to fight for Republican wins and to keep America First. 

MAY FEATURED SPEAKER – TYLER BOWER

Tyler Bowyer is a 7th Generation Arizonan and conservative activist. He has served as Republican Precinct Committeeman, Congressional Advisory Chairman, Republican Legislative District Chairman, Republican County Chairman of the largest Republican-held County in America and was a primary organizer and speaker at the first Trump Rally in July of 2015.

Tyler joined Charlie Kirk at Turning Point USA in 2015 later becoming Chief Operating Officer(COO) overseeing the nation’s largest and most impactful field program, organizing the nation’s largest activist events and reaching hundreds of millions in digital initiatives.  In 2019, he also took on the role of COO of Turning Point Action the 501(c)(4) organization that operates the nationwide youth effort Students for Trump.

Tyler resides in Mesa, Arizona with his wife Lauren and three kids, Brooks, Nell and Quincy, and is a graduate of Arizona State University.

APRIL FEATURED SPEAKER ALEXANDER KOLODIN

Alexander Kolodin is the president of Kolodin Law Group PLLC.  This past election season, he represented President Trump’s full slate of Arizona electors alongside co-counsel Sidney Powell.  In another matter, he obtained a ruling from the Arizona Supreme Court that Maricopa County was attempting to provide early voters with illegal and unconstitutional instructions.  He is currently litigating a suit against Minority Leader Charlene Fernandez, alleging that she defamed Reps. Finchem and Kern by accusing them of participating in the Capitol riot.

In 2014, Mr. Kolodin litigated one of the first cases establishing that metadata stored on election tabulator computers is a public record under Arizona law.  He previously taught business law at Grand Canyon University’s Colangelo College of Business and currently serves on the board of directors of the Arizona School Choice Trust and as legal counsel to the Arizona Republican Party.

Mr. Kolodin graduated, cum laude, from Georgetown University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he was a Dean’s Fellow. 

Send U of Arizona College Republicans to CPAC

Please Support the University of Arizona College Republicans!

The University of Arizona College Republicans are trying to raise $1,000 to send representatives to the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) beginning this week in Orlando, Florida.  Our college Republicans need all the support they can get to raise conservative voices on college and university campuses throughout this country.  We encourage our Quail Creek Republican Club members and friends to support this group by making a contribution to this cause.  

You may send a check payable to the “Quail Creek Republican Club” to P.O. Box 151, Green Valley, AZ 85622, and indicate UACR Fundraiser on the memo line.  

Please contribute by Wednesday, February 24. Thanks for your support!

2021 Border Bus Tour

United States-Mexico Border Bus Tour
Wednesday, March 24 2021
With tour guide Chris DeSimone 
(of KVOI (1030am) “Wake Up Tucson” from 6-9AM)

Ever wonder what it is like on the Border between the United  States and Mexico? Now is your chance for an up close and  personal visit in a guided bus tour which will cover several  aspects of the border. The activities include visits to the  Humane Border Water Tank in Arivaca, stepping across (if you  choose, no passport required) the Border at the West Morley  Port of Entry in Nogales, and a visit to a private cattle ranch on  the border (Dan Bell’s ZZ Ranch) to discuss important  immigration issues and realities, ALL in the company of 50  other Creekers. 

It will be an all day affair (10A-4:30P), starting/finishing at the  Madera Clubhouse parking lot. The cost of $59 includes a  Greyline tour bus (w lavatory), a box lunch, refreshments and  great entertainment! 

THERE ARE ONLY 50 AVAILABLE SEATS, and it is “first  payment confirmed, first seated” policy, so book it NOW!  Sorry, there are NO REFUNDS (unless the tour is cancelled),  but you can “gift” your confirmed reservations to someone else; that must be communicated to Pat Hendershot.

TICKET PURCHASE NON-REFUNDABLE

Ticket QTY
Subway Box Lunch Options
Lunch for Ticket 2 holder
Ticket holder name 1:
Ticket holder name 2:

QCRC Live Meeting Friday, February 19th

Quail Creek Republican Club
Friday, February 19, 2021 Meeting

9:00 AM
Madera Clubhouse Ballroom

Are you concerned about what the Biden administration is doing to undermine everything Trump accomplished for border security and immigration?  Illegals from Central America are organizing caravans to our southern border right now!
 
You don’t want to miss the next meeting of the Quail Creek Republican Club on Friday, February 19 at 9:00 AM in the Madera Ballroom.  Art Del Cueto, President of the National Border Patrol Council Local 2544 will be our featured speaker.  Art will give us the inside skinny on what’s happening at our southern border.

But remember, QC limits attendance is limited to no more than 50 at the meeting.  You must have a confirmed reservation to attend this meeting!  Send your RSVP without delay directly to Pat Colburn (QCRC Membership Chair), at patcolburn5@hotmail.com to secure your seat.  
 
Hope to see you at this informative and entertaining meeting.

Art Del Cueto
Vice President, National Border Patrol Council

Art has been with the US Border Patrol since 2003.  Prior to joining the Patrol, he worked at a high custody level prison for the state of Arizona.  Art grew up in Douglas, Arizona, a city along the US/Mexico border.  He learned early of the challenges border communities face and has also seen firsthand the growing dangers of international drug cartels. 

In 2012, Art was elected President of NBPC Local 2544 by the membership.  Local 2544 is the largest local in National Border Patrol Council with over 4500 members.  As a representative of the National Border Patrol Council, Art serves as the national spokesperson.  Art expresses the many concerns of the agents he represents as well as the issues with Border Security.  He has appeared on most major news shows, including Fox News, CNN, Al Jazeera and HBO VICE, and 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.

Art is one the most knowledgeable people regarding Arizona border politics, history and the cultural connections shared between sister cities separated by a border.  He will provide fact-filled and compelling information, with just the right amount of humor, as he describes the illegal immigration crisis at the southern border.  It will be especially informative in light of the recent actions by the new administration.

QCRC Live Meeting Friday, January 15

Quail Creek Republican Club Meeting
Friday, January 15, 2021
9:00 AM
Madera Clubhouse Ballroom
A REAL LIVE MEETING!

The Quail Creek Republican Club and new board members are happy to invite you to the first monthly Club meeting for 2021 in the Madera Ballroom on January 15th at 9:00AM.  We have a great featured speaker, Natasha Herzig, and will discuss activities under consideration for the Club through 2021.  Occupancy guidelines restricts attendance to only 50 members due to the pandemic, so please email your RSVP to rlulery@sbcglobal.net quickly.

If you would rather join us virtually, please sign up to get a zoom link HERE.

Please join us for a great start to the new year.

Natasha Herzig

Natasha is known for her advocacy work as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in the field of sex trafficking. She speaks throughout the country to law enforcement agencies and universities to bring awareness to the epidemic that the United States is facing.

Natasha has testified on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., lobbying U.S. Senators to help pass the Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Deterrence and Victims Support act. She began her career as a SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) advocate for a local police department and is currently a consultant with federal and local agencies aiding in the rescue and recovery of victims through special operations.

In addition to her advocacy work, Natasha owns and operates Tay’s BBQ AZ and Tay’s Brew House in Vail. Natasha holds a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice from NAU and serves on the Board of Directors for the Vail Chamber of Commerce. She and her husband keep busy with their 11 year old daughter, and in her spare time, Natasha volunteers at her daughter’s school.

Wine & Cheese Members Board Meeting

Wine & Cheese Members Board Meeting
Wednesday, December 9, 2020, 5 PM
Madera Clubhouse Ballroom
A Special Thank You

We are planning a wine/cheese event for our Quail Creek Republican Club paid members on Wednesday December 9, beginning at 5:00 PM in the Madera Ballroom.  At this event, we will celebrate Christmas, enjoy the company of our fantastic members, and also elect our QCRC board of directors for 2021.

There is no charge for this event.  It’s a thank you to our members from your 2020 board.  Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, attendance is severely restricted by the guidelines in place in Quail Creek, so you must RSVP for this event as soon as possible. Please contact us with your desire to attend.  Remember, this event is only for our QCRC members who have paid their dues in 2020.  

Thanks so much for your support during this most difficult year.

REPUBLICAN PIMA COUNTY CANDIDATES

November 3, 2020 General Election

There is no polling location in Quail Creek.
 
Our polling place is the East Social Center at 7 South Abrego Drive in Green Valley (southeast corner of Abrego and Esperanza).  Polls are open from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM.   Map below.

We’ve all claimed that this election is the most important in our lifetime.  Your vote is important to help us elect Republicans up and down the ballot this year.  Every Republican vote is critical.  See below for list of your ballot’s Republican candidates. 

United States President
Donald J. Trump
 
U.S. Senate 
Martha McSally
 
U.S. House of Representatives Candidates
Brandon Martin for U.S. House Representative District 2
 
State House and Senate Candidates
Mark R. Workman for Senator – Arizona Legislative District 2
Deborah McEwan for House Representative – Arizona Legislative District 2
 
Corporation Commission Candidates
Lea Márquez Peterson for Corporation Commission
Eric Sloan for Corporation Commission
Jim O’Connor for Corporation Commission
 
Pima County Candidates
Sheriff Mark Napier – Pima County Sheriff Department
Treasurer Beth Ford – Pima County
Jo Ann Sabbagh for Pima County Assessor
Benny White for Pima County Recorder
 
Pima County Board of Supervisors
Steve Christy for Supervisor, District 4
 
Constable
Thomas Schenek for Constable, District 7
 
Fire & Water District Candidates
Mark Taylor for Central Water Conservation District (CAWCD) Board
 
Continental Elementary School Governing Board
Shelley Kais for Board Member, 2yr.
Richard Ulery for Board Member, 4yr

September/October Newsletter

SEPTEMBER/ OCTOBER 2020 NEWSLETTER

OKTOBERFEST REPUBLICAN RALLY

October 22, 4-8PM

Tay’s BBQ
16461 S Houghton Rd. Corona De Tucson, AZ 85641

Join us for a final rally before the most significant election in our time. Tay’s BBQ will providing a wonderful dinner which will require washing down mit das bier!

Beer
Food
(Fresh Pretzels & Dip, Chicken, Brats, Sauerkraut, Potato Salad, Apple Desert)
Music & Dancing
Republican Candidates
and the final Presidential Debate!

Formal communication soon to follow.

Quail Creek Republican Club Distributes 
700+ Trump-Pence Signs

To all loyal Republicans:

First of all, I would like to thank all of you for your support of our Trump-Pence sign promotion.  More than 600 of you now have Trump signs in your yard to show your support of our President and Vice President for their reelection and our countries prosperity for the next four years.  Your signs have blanketed the entire community and show your commitment to our great country and the conservative approach to government, business, support of Judeo-Christian beliefs and other very important issues.  Thanks for your commitment and your stepping up to show these values to your neighbors and others driving down your street.

Our goal is to have all of these in yards, on fences, on golf carts/cars by October 1.  Call or email Dave Roy at 520-829-6593 or email reelbigfishii@aol.com.  This will offer additional exposure for the final 30 days of the campaign.  
Let’s finish with a flourish!!!!

Dave Roy- QCRC Board-Program Chair

Members of Quail Creek Republican Club and volunteers have distributed and planted over 300 Trump- Pence signs since August 24…with a goal to distribute 800 signs by October.
What street (pictured above) in Quail Creek has 25 residences…and 20 Trump-Pence signs?!

QCRC Meetings/
Activity Schedule


 The Quail Creek Republican Club normally meets at 9:30AM on the third Friday of the month; in lieu of physical meetings, we are continuing online Zoom or YouTube meetings. Watch for announcements.
for updates, check http://www.quailcreekrepublicans.com/calendar/

October 12-16 (stay tuned for specific date & time)
Madera Highlands (Dist 84) Republican Vote Canvassing
1-2 hour commitment (w golf cart)

October 22
Oktoberfest Republican Rally
October 22, 4-8PM (see lead article)
More to come

Area Meetings
 

The Pima County Republican Club Weekly Luncheon hosts interesting speakers every Tuesday from 11:30-1:00 at the Sentinel Peak Brewing Company at 4756 E Grant Rd. (Grant & Swan), Tucson, AZ.  Lunch charge is $12.00.
for updates, check https://www.facebook.com/pg/PimaCountyRepublicanClub/events

The Green Valley/ Sahuarita Republican Club meets on the first Thursday of each month (except Jun., Jul., Aug.), 9:00 am at 101 S. La Canada, Suite 60, Green Valley Village, and has periodic brown bag lunches.
for updates checkhttps://repclubgvs.org/news/