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!
Tim Mooney has been a political consultant for 30 years, and is a principle with the Silver Bullet Group, Morning in America and September Group Inc.
Mooney has worked with some of America’s most recognizable elected officials, including the Donald J. Trump campaign in both the primaries and general election, the largest corporations and most powerful trade associations, including as a political director for the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB).
Mooney’s enviable win record on ballot measures – 34 wins in 40 efforts – includes work on issues as varied as taxes, term limits, tort reform, secret ballots rights, education reforms as well as the recall of elected officials. He has worked on campaigns that have successfully amended state constitutions 15 times in 10 different states, and on campaigns and independent expenditures that have led to the election of over 80 members of Congress.
The Democrats have succeeded in securing a spot on the November ballot for their “Fair Elections” initiative. A few points in this initiative are same day voting, automatic, and online voter registration, and allows for voting via cell phones. This proposition is backed by California billionaires and is just the beginning of their plan. We must stop it.
Tim Mooney is leading the STOP PROP 209 for Arizona.
Tuesday, August 2 is Primary Election Day in Arizona. It is of critical importance that every registered Republican vote in this election. Many of the races are very close and every single vote counts. If you normally vote by mail and have not yet mailed your ballot, it is too late to mail your ballot. You must physically bring it to a polling place on Tuesday. If you normally vote at the polls, please make sure to vote on Tuesday. The nearest polling place for Quail Creek residents is the East Social Center at 7 South Abrego (corner of Abrego and Esperanza) in Green Valley. If you need a ride to the polling place on Tuesday, please e-mail Rich Ulery at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will coordinate a time and ensure that you get there.
Quail Creek Republicans have another chance to meet and chat with Arizona gubernatorial candidate, Karrin Taylor Robson’ Karrin will be hosting a “Meet & Greet” on Thursday morning, July 21 from 9:00 to 10:00 AM. It will be held in the Ocotillo and Mesquite Rooms in the Kino Conference Center. Please click on the link and attachment to make your reservations for this free event.”
Don’t miss this final meeting of the Quail Creek Republican Club before the August 2nd Primary! It’s your last chance to hear from our fabulous Republican candidates before you make your preferred choice of candidates who will take on the Democrats in November. See you on Friday!
U.S. Representative for Congressional District 6
· Retired Lieutenant Colonel. Served 28 years in the US Air Force · Assistant Professor of Spanish at the Air Force Academy and high school sports coach and Agricultural Sciences teacher · Arizona farmer for 24 years · Fluent in English and Spanish, negotiated agreements between Latin American countries, the USA and Canada on behalf of the US Air Force
Arizona State Treasurer
· Member of the Arizona House of Representatives representing District 17 since 2015 · Served on the Chandler City Council for with years and held the position of Vice Mayor · Former restaurant owner in Chandler
Diane Priolo who is running for the 2-year Sahuarita Town Council seat will also speak.
The results of the straw poll taken at the June 29th Kegger are in! It will be interesting to see how they match up with the August 2nd Primary results.
Please note that the Sahuarita Town Council election, while technically non-partisan, has only three Republicans running. Voters should vote only for Tom Murphy, Kara Egbert, and Diane Priolo. The other candidates, Morales and Nastase, are Democrats.
JUNE MEETING! (By Popular Request) Friday, June 17, 2022 Coffee 8:30 AM, Meeting 9:00 AM Kino Conference Center Ocotillo/Mesquite Rooms
We’re showing the much talked about movie by Dinesh D’Souza
You don’t want to miss this movie graphically displaying the election irregularities occurring in the 2020 election. Be there early for coffee at 8:30 and get your seat. We expect a full house.
After the movie volunteer to be an election observer at one of the voting centers on Election Day. We have the privilege of welcoming Sarah Ramsey, Program Manager of Election Integrity for the Pima County Republican Party. Sarah will conduct a training session for all our volunteers immediately following the movie, “2000 Mules”.