Chad Kirkpatrick Endorses Mark Brnovich for Attorney General

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Chad Kirkpatrick Endorses Mark Brnovich for Attorney General

 

Today, Republican candidate for Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced the endorsement of conservative Arizona leader Chad Kirkpatrick. Kirkpatrick is the former Chief Information Officer for the State of Arizona, former Chairman of the Arizona Federation of Taxpayers, and an original founder of the PAChyderm Coalition.

“Mark Brnovich is the principled leader the Attorney General’s office needs,” said Kirkpatrick.

“He is the true conservative in this race. He is a man of integrity, he is the most qualified for the job, and he is the only Republican candidate who will win the general election this November. Arizona desperately needs Mark Brnovich.”

 

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Mark Brnovich remarked: “Chad’s support comes at a moment in the campaign where momentum has truly changed. Conservatives are joining our team on a daily basis because they are receptive to my message about returning integrity and honor to the Office of the Attorney General and they know that our current attorney general cannot win the general election this fall. I will not fail Arizona voters.”

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To learn more about Mark’s campaign for Attorney General, please visit www.Mark4AZ.com

Education Policy Expert Vicki Murray Alger to Speak at NE Valley Pachyderm Coalition Meeting

Vicki Murray Alger will be speaking at the NE Valley Pachyderm Coalition meeting Wed, September 12, 2012.

Treat yourself to an informative evening about how the bulk of your non-federal tax dollars are spent and how they SHOULD be spent (or not spent).

We’re looking forward to seeing you there!

Here are the meeting details:

Our September 2012 meeting features the

 
Nationally Renowned Education Policy Expert

Vicki Murray Alger
Talking about the benefits of school choice including a review of Education Benefits for Veterans which is one of the largest school choice activities in our nation’s history.

This is a great opportunity to meet an intelligent, nationally recognized education policy expert and get a first hand account of cutting edge research on education issues from a conservative perspective. When you consider that education spending accounts for the bulk of non-federal taxes we pay, this is a critical issue for taxpayers as well as students and their parents.
As always, there will be plenty of opportunity for questions and answers.


 

Location:

Rock Bottom Brewery at Desert Ridge Marketplace
21001 N Tatum Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85050
(Near intersection of N Tatum and Hwy 101)

Date: Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012. (2nd Wed of Month)
Time: Dinner (order from menu) available at 6 pm.

Meeting from 7-8:30 pm


Contact Information:
RSVP to Howard Levine,
NE Valley Chapter Chairman

Howard_Levine@rocketmail.com , www.pachydermcoalition.com

480-269-1467 

 

Kelly Townsend Announces More Conservative Endorsements

Kelly Townsend receives Arizona Right To Life endorsement, as well as the Pachyderm Coalition’s endorsement for Arizona House District 16.

Both Arizona Right to Life contacted Kelly Townsend yesterday to advise her that she has been endorsed by the pro-life organization in recognition of her work in the pro-life community, and for her strong pro-life stance. An hour later, the Pachyderm Coalition, a group that promotes Republican candidates who support the principles enshrined in the Constitution, as framed by our Founding Fathers, and the Reagan Republican Platform also advised Ms. Townsend that they were supporting her candidacy with their endorsement.

“It is a humbling honor to receive these endorsements,” Townsend said, “and I intend to hold a true conservative voting record while at the Legislature, if elected.”

These endorsements follow several others, to include the National Rifle Association, as well as 12 conservative Legislators and former Gilbert Mayor Steve Berman.

Sen. Don Shooter at PAChyderm Coalition Wed, Apr 18

PAChyderm Coalition MO

Is proud to announce

 

Senator Don Shooter – LD24

For the first time in many years there may be an opportunity to restore some money to the State’s “Rainy Day” fund or provide some relief for overburdened taxpayers. As Chairman of Appropriations Committee, he will bring us an update on the state budget and negotiations with the Governor’s office.

Wednesday April 18, 2012

The Patriot Room

At Dillon’s Arrowhead

20585 N 59th Ave, Glendale

 (easy access just north of the Loop 101, east side of 59th Ave.)

 

Dinner Meeting at 6:15 pm

Dinner – your choice of order off the menu

 

Seating is limited


E-Mail Diane Douglas at azpatsfan@cox.net for your reservation or additional information.  First come, first serve.  You will not receive a reply unless the event is full.  If you have already sent an RSVP there is no need to do so again.  Thank you!

 

www.pachydermcoalition.com

David Schweikert at NE Valley Pachyderm Coalition Meeting on Wed. Evening

 

 

 

 

Thank you to Thayer Verschoor and Lori Marsh Urban or agreeing to reschedule their presentations when Rep. Schweikert told us he is available.

 

The information is repeated here in a format that is easier to copy and paste:

Location:

Rock Bottom Brewery at Desert Ridge Marketplace
21001 N Tatum Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85050
(Near intersection of N Tatum and Hwy 101)

Date: Wednesday, Apr.11, 2012. (2nd Wed of Month)
Time: Dinner (order from menu) available at 6 pm.

Meeting from 7-8:30 pm

Contact Information:
RSVP to Howard Levine,
NE Valley Chapter Chairman

Howard_Levine@rocketmail.com , www.pachydermcoalition.com

480-577-4168

 

 

Pachyderm Legislator Evaluation Weekly Update Available

 

 

 

The Pachyderm Coalition Republican legislator evaluations are available here.

Take a look at how your legislators are doing.

 

Bill Montgomery Speaking this Wed. at NE Valley Pachyderm Coalition

 

Join County Attorney Bill Montgomery this Wednesday evening at the NE Valley Pachyderm Coalition meeting. It will be a great opportunity to hear from a leading county official. He is a dynamic speaker who always has interesting and relevant information to share. Plus, with our extended question and answer time, you can find out about things of particular interest to you.

Seating is limited, so please RSVP to Howard Levine at 480-577-4168 or by email at howard_levine@rocketmail.com to make sure you get a seat The meeting is Wednesday, March 14 from 7-8:30 pm at the Rock Bottom Brewery in the Desert Ridge Marketplace. Dinner is available from 6 pm and later; it is optional and you can order off the menu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAChyderm Coalition Legislator Ratings Get Weekly Update

 

We have been working with Republican legislators to refine the bill weights. They have had private access to our proposed weights prior to our publication of them. Of course, there is nothing to encourage feedback like actually publishing the ratings! We have gotten significant feedback on bills to add to our evaluation and weight change suggestions. There are several that have been included in this update and there are still a several more to be reviewed for next week’s update. After next week, most of the changes should be due to bills being amended.

The number of bills being tracked now is 187(an increase of 14) plus 37 bills that have strike all amendments.

There are a lot of legislators with high scores including many representatives who have +100% ratings!

Although we are well into the session, there are still many floor votes as well as committee votes to come. The scores currently are still heavily influenced by bill sponsorships compared to floor and committee votes, but, as more votes are taken, they will have an increasing impact on the scores as the session continues. Also, any action rated negatively, such as missing a vote or voting the opposite of our recommendation, has a disproportionately large impact earlier in the session before they are balanced out by third and final reads that are weighted more heavily and come closer to the end of the session.

We have tightened up the categorization we apply to the scores. Reagan Republican has stayed the same, the RINO score range has expanded, and the other categories have higher score values with narrower ranges.

Check the ratings here.

 

PAChyderm Coalition Publishes 1st Weekly Legislator Evaluation for this Session

Here is the general information provided about the evaluation:

We have been working with Republican legislators to refine the bill weights. The have had private access to our proposed weights prior to our publication of them.

The number of bills being tracked is 173 plus 37 bills that have strike all amendments.

There are a lot of legislators with high scores including many representatives who have +100% ratings!

Although we are well into the session, there are still many floor votes as well as committee votes to come. The scores currently are still heavily influenced by bill sponsorships compared to floor and committee votes, but, as more votes are taken, they will have an increasing impact on the scores as the session continues.

We have tightened up the categorization we apply to the scores. Reagan Republican and RINO have stayed the same, the Bipartisan Republican score range has expanded, and the other categories have higher score values with narrower ranges.

Click here to see the complete evaluation.


NW Valley Pachyderm Coalition Meeting: Tom Jenney Speaking

 

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Americans for Prosperity

A political party cannot be all things to all people. It must represent certain fundamental beliefs, which must not be compromised to political expediency or simply to swell its numbers…. And if there are those who cannot subscribe to these conservative principles, then let them go their own way.
  - Ronald Reagan March 1, 1975
N.W. PAChyderm Coalition
February Meeting
Glendale, ArizonaFebruary 15, 2011
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Dillons BBQ

Tom JennyJoin Tom Jenney, President of Americans For Prosperity, for our first political meeting of Arizona’s second century and hear about:

America’s Ticking Bankruptcy Bomb

 

America’s impending bankruptcy is the Biggest Fiscal Issue Facing Our Country.  If America does not get a grip on its finances soon, our children and grandchildren will have to pay over $150 trillion in additional taxes over the next 75 years just to balance the nation’s books.  On average, that’s over $30,000 a year in extra taxes for 50 working years for every child in the US currently under the age of 18.  If America does not get government spending under control, those economy-crushing taxes will have to be paid one way or another: either through actual tax levies or through massive currency devaluations and debt defaults of the kind that plague Third World nations.

 

Wednesday February 15, 2012

The Patriot Room

At Dillon’s Arrowhead

20585 N 59th Ave, Glendale

(easy access just north of the Loop 101, east side of 59th Ave.)

 

Dinner Meeting at 6:15 pm

Dinner – your choice of order off the menu

Seating is limited

 

E-Mail Diane Douglas at  azpatsfan@cox.net for your reservation or additional information.  First come, first serve. You will not receive a reply unless the event is full.If you have already sent an RSVP there is no need to do so again. Thank you!

 

www.pachydermcoalition.com