Arrowhead Republican Women invites you to join us Wednesday, February 19, 2014 to learn more about our club! This is a perfect opportunity for new members to meet officers and committee chairmen and an excellent time to bring friends considering joining the group. A complimentary continental breakfast will be served. We're honored to host Arizona Federation of Republican Women President Mary Williams as our speaker. The event will begin at 10:30a.m and be held at the Colonnade - 19116 Colonnade Way, Surprise, AZ. Please contact 2nd Vice President, Membership Arlene Goldblatt to make your reservation to attend!
Attached is the latest news from ARW!
From the Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party:
We just received final word that US Senator Rand Paul will be our special guest at 5:00 - 6:00 pm on January 10, 2014. Senator Paul has garnered much notoriety in the last year and it is being said he is a top contender to become the next President of the United States.
I have attached the formal invitation and reply form. Please send this along to your precinct committees, respective groups and friends. Space is limited and will be on a first come first serve basis.
This may be a chance for all of us to meet a possible Republican Nominee for President. Great way to start off the new year.
I look forward to seeing you there.
Chairman, Arizona Republican Party
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Did you know that in AZ you can sign petitions for political candidates and make campaign contributions all from the comfort of home? Head to the Secretary of State's website and look for E-Qual. Click on the link of your choice, enter your information (drivers license/ID number, birth date, and name). You'll be asked to confirm your residence address and you're in! You'll be shown a selection of offices YOU will be eligible to vote for and all the candidates currently running. You'll be prompted how many you may sign for each office. Once you sign, you can't un-sign if a new candidate enters the race later. This is merely getting folks' names onto the ballots. Your final choice always remains at the ballot box. Candidates may have only a small percentage of their petitions signed this way. The rest must be gained the old fashioned way with paper and pen at meetings, in front of libraries, or at your front door as folks walk the neighborhoods. But it sure is nice to have the convenience of signing from the comfort of home! You'll want to keep track of what offices you've signed for as others ask for your signature - you've already signed for the office!
This is the place to be for the latest information from ARW!