Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Donald Trump Victory in New Hampshire

What a victory!  Because of your incredible support, for which I am so thankful, this nation is now one step closer to strength, security and economic success.

I want to thank my family, campaign staff, hardworking volunteers, and every resident of New Hampshire who went to the polls and voted. I am touched and inspired by your spirit, patriotism, and desire to Make America Great Again.

This win is just the beginning. In order to secure the nomination, I need your help. If you would like to volunteer with the campaign and help make victories possible in other states, please click here.

Without your passion and dedication, I would not be able to share my vision with people all across the county. With your help, we will make the country stronger and better than ever before. We are going to start winning again! We will win on trade, on immigration, on the military, on jobs and on so much more. Together, we will Make America Great Again! 
Best Wishes and Sincere Thanks,


Donald J. Trump

Kevin McCarthy The Leader's Daily Schedule - 2/11/16

Leader's Daily Schedule
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH
On Thursday, the House will meet at 10:00 a.m. for morning hour and 12:00 p.m. for legislative business. First and last votes expected: 3:30-4:30 p.m.
One Minute Speeches
H.R. 3442 - Debt Management and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 2015 (Structured Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Kenny Marchant / Ways and Means Committee)
The Rule provides for one hour of general debate and makes in order the following amendments:
Reps. Grijalva / Pocan Amendment #1 (10 minutes of debate)
Rep. Tim Huelskamp Amendment (10 minutes of debate)Reps. Newhouse / Byrne / Stivers Amendment (10 minutes of debate)Rep. Robin Kelly Amendment (10 minutes of debate)Reps. Duffy / Hensarling / McClintock / Messer Amendment (10 minutes of debate)Rep. Luke Messer Amendment (10 minutes of debate)Reps. Grijalva / Pocan Amendment #2 (10 minutes of debate)Rep. Mark Takano Amendment (10 minutes of debate) 
Special Order Speeches

Arizona Independents to Vote March 22 Primary You Must be Registered With A Party video

Arizona’s Presidential Preference (Primary) Election on March 22, 2016 is an opportunity for voters to let their parties know who they prefer as their presidential candidate for the General Election on November 8, 2016. Learn how to participate at http://www.azcleanelections.gov/PPE It seems the Arizona election system throws voters a curve. After preaching independents can vote in party primaries, it then tells independents they can't vote in the state's presidential (primary) preference election.

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Independents if they want to vote in presidential primary MUST re-register with one of the three parties, as long as they do it by Feb. 22.There's a different set of rules for voting in state primaries and the quadrennial preference election, said Gina Roberts, voter-education manager for the Citizens Clean Elections Commission. While independents can vote in party primaries for Legislature, governor and Congress, state law prohibits them from participating in the preference election.

ADHS News Release - Flu hits "widespread" status in Arizona

For Immediate Release: February 10, 2016
Media Contact: Holly Ward
602.542.1094 desk
 
ARIZONA - The Arizona Department of Health Services reports influenza activity in the state has reached a "widespread" classification. More than 3,700 cases of flu have been reported throughout Arizona with 51% of those in Maricopa County.
 
"The flu is a serious illness," said Dr. Cara Christ, director of the Arizona Department of Health Services. "What's important is to follow your mother's advice: wash your hands frequently, cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze and stay home from work if you are feeling ill."
 
Influenza symptoms are similar to the common cold. However, the flu comes on quickly and is more physically draining. For most people, the best care is to stay home, rest and drink plenty of fluids. For others, especially those with certain medical conditions, the flu can be more severe.
Health officials say it's not too late to get a flu shot since Arizona's flu season can last as late as May.
 
"One of the best prevention methods we have is to get your flu shot," said Dr. Christ. "In Arizona, the heaviest part of flu season typically occurs in late December, January and February."
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issue flu activity classifications as no activity, sporadic, local, regional and widespread. The widespread classification is used when there is an increase in flu and flu-like illnesses and recent laboratory confirmed flu in at least half of a state's regions. Three other states have been classified as widespread so far this season.
There have been 3,710 lab-confirmed influenza cases reported for the 2015-2016 influenza season in Arizona. Cases have been reported in all 15 counties, with the most in Maricopa 1,909; Pima, 939; Yavapai, 207; and Pinal, 201.
Dr. Christ said those numbers likely represent just a fraction of the actual number of cases.
A list of flu shot providers is available at Community Information and Referral. Call 602-263-8856 or go to http://www.stopthespreadaz.org. For more information about influenza, go to http://www.azhealth.gov/flu or contact your health care provider or local health department.   

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Who's Left of the 2016 Presidential Candidates

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Carly Fiorina drops out of GOP presidential race

Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina dropped out of the Republican presidential race on Wednesday following a disappointing finish in theNew Hampshire primary.
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"While I suspend my candidacy today, I will continue to travel this country and fight for those Americans who refuse to settle for the way things are and a status quo that no longer works for them," Fiorina said in a statement.
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Trump on to South Carolina

Chris Christie Officially Suspends Campaign

Following a disappointing showing in New Hampshire, a state which Chris Christie had hoped for a decent finish, the Governor of New Jersey is officially ending his 2016 presidential campaign.
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Christie originally pledged to push into South Carolina, however, there doesn’t appear to be any conceivable path for him to the nomination. Report from CBS
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Woman asked Kasich Why Should She Vote For Him in Democrat Primary VIDEO

At a John Kasich town hall in Windham, New Hampshire, wanted to know why she should vote for the Ohio governor in the "Democratic primary" — and Kasich, a Republican, didn't correct her. His response: That He's a Good Compromise Between Hillary and Bernie

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The question did not seem to be a slip of the tongue, either: The voter said she was having a hard time deciding between Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and John Kasich in the "Democratic primary" and wanted to know why Kasich should have her vote. She may know something the Republicans don’t, after all he was endorsed by the Liberal New York Times.

"Isn't that interesting," Kasich said as the crowd around her gasped. However, without mentioning his political allegiance or correcting the voter, Kasich went on to position himself as a good compromise between Sanders and Clinton saying, "One of them's too hot, one of them's too cold, but I've got the right temperature."

Trump Schedule The WEEK AHEAD

On Wednesday, Mr. Trump and team will be heading down to Clemson, South Carolina. Next, our team will be stopping in Baton Rouge, Louisiana for a rally on Thursday. We will end the week with an event in Tampa, Florida; we hope you can join us! Details about each event are below and the most up-to-date schedule can always be found here.
February 10th: Clemson UniversityCampaign RallyT. Ed Garrison Arena
1101 West Queen Street - Pendleton, SC 29670
Event Begins: 7:00 p.m.
Doors Open: 5:00 p.m.
Register for tickets at TrumpClemson.Eventbrite.comFebruary 11th: Baton Rouge, LACampaign RallyBaton Rouge River Center
275 South River Road
Event Begins: 7:00 p.m.
Doors Open: 5:00 p.m.
Register for tickets at TrumpBatonRouge.Eventbrite.comFebruary 12th: Tampa, FLCampaign RallyUSF Sun Dome
4202 E Fowler Ave
Event Begins: 7:00 p.m.
Doors Open: 5:00 p.m.
Register for tickets at TrumpTampa.Eventbrite.comWe look forward to the week ahead and hope you can join us at one, if not all, of our events! 

Sincerely,

Team Trump