President Trump’s Rally in Mesa.
Click image below to see the rally for yourself, start to finish!
The rally was terrific! The President was at his finest, discussing the wall, the democrats and the election. Estimates from members were that between 25,000 and 35,000 were inside and the crowd outside appeared to twice to three times that. Despite the warm weather, long lines and hours of standing, there were no disputes, arguments or bad behavior. The only report of protesters was that 2 young ladies marched around with signs and were generally ignored. I also heard from a couple of attendees that they thought the press coverage after the event misrepresented some of what President Trump actually said. (That’s no big surprise!)
For more about the Trump Mesa rally from AZCentral.com, click here!
Steve Bannon Speech.
President Trump’s former election campaign advisor, Steve Bannon, spoke at an event in the El Conquistador, Oro Valley, Sunday afternoon. I was there and found him to be quite knowledgeable, entertaining, and a dynamic speaker. While there was much I could pass on, the theme Bannon hammered home time and time again was this: The most important race in this entire national campaign season is the Arizona race for congress in District One. Bannon said if Wendy Rogers can win this race against O’Halleran, the Republicans will retain control of the U.S. House of Representatives. Bannon urged Republicans to call friends, family and neighbors who may not intend to vote and to do our best to get them to the polls.
This is something for you to look at and pass on to anyone you know who is still undecided on Proposition 127. The Wall Street Journal published an article a couple of days ago exposing California Billionaire Democrat, Tom Steyer’s involvement in Prop 127 and discussing to real expected effect on citizens of Arizona if Prop 127 passes.
Team Steyer has tried to suggest the initiative has major local support, but a September state campaign finance report shows that a mere handful of Arizonans had contributed all of $328 to the effort. NextGen had spent more than $18 million.
Arizona State University’s Seidman Research Institute analyzed the broader costs and found the initiative would kill thousands of jobs and knock $72 billion off state GDP through 2060. Proposition 127 would enshrine the Steyer mandates in the state constitution, so regulators would have no ability to mitigate the requirements when they start doing real damage. Hardest hit would be Arizona pocketbooks. Ramping up the mandate to 50 percent would cost the average household an additional $2,179 per year compared to present electricity costs. Prop127 should go down in flames!
SBRC Christmas Party.
The SBRC Christmas party will be held on December 5th, from 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Get it on your calendar now! More details to follow.
Finally, please vote! It is extremely important this election!
Paul C. Herr