Maricopa County Republican Party Election Results

Maricopa County Republican Party

In case you missed it, Maricopa County Republicans held an election on Saturday, January 14, 2017 and elected new leadership.

Chris HerringThank you to the outgoing leadership for their service and congratulations to the new Maricopa GOP leadership team!
Chairman – Chris Herring
1st Vice Chairman – Aaron Flannery (elected by acclamation)
2nd Vice Chairman – Yvonne Cahill
Secretary – Cynthia Casaus (elected by acclamation)
Treasurer – Sheila Muehling

View official results on Simply Voting.

All changes to amend the bylaws failed while all resolutions passed.

Again, congratulations to the new Republican team!

Arizona LD23’s Very Own Obama-Pelosi Duo – Part I

Saying something is one thing, when knowing full well it isn’t, has become synonymous with the Obama-Pelosi style of governance. The classics, “You can keep your doctor” or “We’ll have to pass it to find out what’s in it” come to mind. Who knew we had the very same type of “leadership” right here in the good ol’ GOP?

Obama Pelosi

The brouhaha over what has become widely known as an illegal organizational election in LD23, clearly rigged to set-up outgoing Jim O’Connor for guaranteed votes in his quest to be the next AZGOP Chairman, has exposed both O’Connor and his mouthpiece Lynne Breyer as the closest thing to the dastardly duo from DC as anything seen in a while.

O’Connor’s scheme to tip the scale in his favor, insuring the LD23 state committeemen votes would go to him and not one of the other candidates, has shined a bright light onto his level of integrity (or lack thereof) revealing an Obamaesque character – entitled, arrogant, and above the rules.

Lynne Breyer, playing the part of Nancy Pelosi so well, makes sure the scheme comes to fruition. The speculation that O’Connor has promised Breyer the Executive Director post may have merit in that she has been the spokesperson, defending O’Connor, in the claims of illegal and unethical actions around the election.

So, what is Breyer’s role in aiding and abetting O’Connor’s desperate attempt at rigging the election? Her best efforts as spokesperson with a “nothing to see here” story, when taken in totality tell of a blatant, duplicitous attempt to skirt the system, violate the statute and bylaws while using paper proxies to get the job done. (The side note is the glaring apathy within that district and the general demise under O’Connor of what was once a powerhouse district.)

In the MCRC Briefs Breyer said there were “202 PC’s present in person or by proxy” She said “of the 356 elected PC’s in LD23, only 81 sent proxies. That is a mere 22%.” Whoa – hold on for a minute. Here’s what that really means:

154 of the elected PC’s in LD23 did not show up to vote at all – 43%!

Only 122 PC’s attended in person to vote – 29%!

Do the math: The numbers don’t lie. Only 122 people attended in person, revealing the officers and state committeemen in LD23 were actually elected by “a mere” 29% of the PC’s. This begs the question of why was turnout so low? Is it apathy or lack of notice? Either way – be it Obama and Pelosi peddling the ACA or O’Connor and Breyer covering the tracks of their dirty tricks – the truth comes out eventually.

Update: The spelling of Lynne Breyer’s name has been corrected.