Precinct Committeemen Meeting Details
2022 Official Call Notice
Notice letter accompanying contents
Dream City Church
13613 N Cave Creek Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85022
Credentials Opens at 7:30 AM, Closes at 9:00 AM
Meeting Begins at 9:00 AM
2022 MCRC Mandatory Meeting Minutes
2022 MCRC Mandatory Meeting Nominating Committee Report
2022 MCRC Mandatory Meeting Bylaws Committee Report
2022 MCRC Mandatory Meeting Resolutions Committee Report
2022 MCRC Mandatory Meeting Tellers Report
New Members-at-Large Elected:
#1: Only one MCRC Officer elected from the same Legislative District FAIL
#2: Training provided by County Treasurer for new LD Treasurers PASS
#3: New Appointed position: Director of Voter Registration FAIL
#4: Nominating Committee may only add nominees when insufficient nominees exist FAIL
#5: Change time to request name on ballot AFTER Nomination committee has met FAIL
#6: Elimination of “handing off” of credentials from one PC to another (Verbal Proxies) FAIL
#7: Only PCs may carry Proxies. Each PC may carry no more than three (3) proxies. PASS
#8: Prioritize MCRC Business over speeches by guests and dignitaries at Annual Meeting PASS
#9: All MCRC Elections shall be conducted by Paper Ballot PASS
#10: Technical correction: Eliminate reference to office that is not defined PASS
#11: Removing a PC’s voting rights if they publicly support any party, but the Republican Party PASS
#1: Gratitude for Senate Audit of Maricopa County 2020 Election PASS
#2: Re-Affirm Republicans are the true “Big Tent” Party PASS
#3: Thank GOP House Members for voting against “Build Back Worse” Plan PASS
#4: Opposing Property Taxes for those over 65 PASS
#5: Support for School Choice PASS
#6: Support a strong republican form of government PASS
#7: Opposing Consular Cards PASS
#8: Holding Michelle Udall Responsible for her record PASS
#9: Opposing Reparations for Law Breakers PASS
#10: Call for Maricopa County PCs to work together to Elect Republicans in 2022 PASS
WHAT TO EXPECT:
For some, this will be your first time attending a countywide meeting. So hopefully this will help answer questions that you may have.
YOU CAN EXPECT TO:
• Hear from Chairman about the 2022 election cycle and what to expect.
• Hear from Elected Officials
• Elect five (5) MCRC Executive Board Members who will serve two-year terms
• Candidate Biographies
• Amend Bylaws
• Review Resolutions
• Meet Candidates
• Spend time with Fellow Patriots
IF YOU ARE CARRYING PROXIES:
If you are carrying proxies you will have to check-in and have those proxies verified. Once this is completed, you will then be directed to your district check-in areas where you will sign in and be given credentials for yourself and for each of the proxies you are carrying. This process can be time-consuming, so please be sure that you arrive early enough to go through this process, you may want to plan on arriving 30-45 minutes early. Credentials open at 7:30am and will close at 9:00am and anyone not credentialed by 9:00am will not be permitted to vote. Also, please know that I.D. will be required when checking in.
WHERE TO SIT:
The meeting hall will be laid out by Legislative District. Once you go through credentials, find where your district is sitting and sit with them. It can be crowded - another reason to arrive early!
WHAT TO EAT:
There will be coffee and doughnuts available in the AM. If you think you will need additional food or drinks, you will need to bring them with you. Food Trucks will be available starting at 11:00 AM in the Parking lot closest to the entrance.
If you need special assistance or have a question about particular access, please contact email@example.com
There is ample parking, but the parking lot does get full. Be sure to plan accordingly since many will be arriving at the same time seeking parking spaces – another reason to arrive early!
Many candidates will have tables at the meeting. Arrive early and meet those you haven’t met and find out how you can help the candidates of your choice.