Republicans of the Red Rocks (RORR) works closely with many non-partisan organizations and other passionate conservative groups who share a lot of the same values, love Sedona/VOC and have a desire to to make a difference. Each group has a different focus: a specific issue, a clear mission, or serves a specific community. Don’t sit home and feel frustrated. Find a group of like-minded people and have fun! Volunteer, attend a meeting or rally, or stay informed on important issues.

We all share the same vision of what makes this a special place to live, work and retire.


Citizens for America (C4A)

Citizens For America
Canyon Trails Cowboy Church

Citizens for America, led by Dwight and Andrea Kadar, is a grassroots conservative group of private citizens united by our shared values and opposed to wasteful government spending. We believe in fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government, and the free market system. We, as Arizona residents, believe in legal immigration and will work to eliminate illegal immigration. Our mission is to organize like minded individuals, educate and inform ourselves and others based on our core values, secure public policy consistent with those values and positively affect the outcome of elections. You can find the C4A Community on Facebook.

C4A holds monthly meeting the 1st Thursday of the Month at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Road, Sedona. Attendance is free and open to the public.

Email: Dwight Kadar at or call 281-682-8743 for more information.

Benevolent Order of Youthful Seniors (BOYS) Club

Steakhouse 89A

The BOYS Club is a patriotic Club for all ages who care about our political future. Women are always welcome! The BOYS Club was founded 25 years ago originally for Veterans. Still going strong today with a weekly luncheon at a restaurant in West Sedona, the BOYS Club hears from guest speakers on engaging topics and local issues. Please RSVP for lunch to Jim McCabe at 631-487-5100 or for more information.


Arizona Free Enterprise Club

Arizona Free Enterprise Club takes A Principled, Aggressive Stand In Support Of Our Issues And Policies. Unlike Other Organizations In Arizona, The Free Enterprise Club Is Not Afraid To Stand Up To Powerful Politicians And Special Interest Groups That Want To Maintain The Status Quo.

Sign up for their free newsletter on important issues and legislative alerts for the Request To Speak System (RTS).


  • Reduce The Income And Property Tax Burden In Arizona
  • Oppose All Subsidies And Special Interest Carve-Outs In Our Tax Code
  • Support Regulatory Reform And Eliminate Burdensome Regulations
  • Promote Fiscal Discipline, Limited Government And A Balanced Budget
  • Support Consumer Choice And Freedom In Our Education And Health Care Systems
  • Reduce The Influence Of Public Sector Unions In The Political Process And Support Employee Rights

Arizona Citizen’s Defense League

Arizona Citizen’s Defense League (AzCDL) is where grassroots activists take a stand, working at the Arizona legislature to get strong pro-rights bills written and passed into law, while stopping bad bills.

AzCDL believes that the emphasis of gun laws should be on criminal misuse and that law-abiding citizens should be able to own and carry firearms unaffected by unnecessary laws or regulations.

Arizona Center for Policy

Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) is a nonprofit advocacy group whose mission is to promote and defend the foundational values of life, marriage and family, and religious freedom. By joining the CAP Network, you will receive CAP President Cathi Herrod’s weekly 5 Minutes for Families email updates, along with occasional Breaking NewsAction Alerts and Special Communications. You can sign up here


Check back soon for info on organizations focused on Sedona. If you want to include your organization, please email


Coalition Against Human Trafficking

Coalition Against Human Trafficking – Northern Arizona is a nonprofit grass roots organization dedicated to combating human trafficking in our communities through increasing awareness about this growing problem. Our mission is to educate, network and partner with law enforcement, schools, community organizations, businesses, faith-based organizations, government agencies, first responders and service providers to help eradicate human trafficking. 


Yavapai County Preparedness Team

The mission of the Yavapai County Preparedness Team, led by Jim and Janet Arroyo, is to train the citizens in our area to be able to survive, even thrive, in a long term disaster situation. Our members learn, and will be able to teach others in their communities. YCPT is a non-partisan organization. Everyone should be prepared. Why wait for a disaster, then ask “what should we do?” We believe in planning before the worst happens. Being ready, having skills, and meeting great people.

A very active group in CHINO VALLEY, ARIZONA is composed of COMMUNITY PREPAREDNESS TEAMSL Medical Team, Security Team, Home Medicine Team, Engineering, and General Preparedness. Another group has formed in Cottonwood, which covers VERDE VALLEY, ARIZONA.

All team meetings, general meetings, trainings, events are open to the public, and FREE. Follow YCPT on MeWe or YouTube, or email , call 928-636-8895, or visit website.

Cottonwood Emergency Communications Network (CECN)

The Cottonwood Emergency Communications Network is a grassroots club for local Ham Radio operators. They meet on the 3rd Monday of every month at the Faith Tabernacle Pentecostal Church in Cottonwood. Whether you are a newbie, have a Technician’s license or have advanced knowledge, these meetings focus on improving your skills. You can get your handheld radio programmed for local nets, get help on antennas, repeaters, and how to be effective in an emergency with your radio. CECN also conducts weekly ham radio check-ins. Contact Dale Casey, leader of the Sedona/VOC chapter, for more information at

Veterans, Military and Law Enforcement

Arizona Rangers Verde Valley Company

The Verde Valley Company of the Arizona Rangers is a Law Enforcement auxiliary and non-profit organization that provides support to Federal, State, County and Local officials. Our proud history goes back to the early 1900’s. Rangers are subject to be called out by the Governor, the AZ Department of Public safety, County Sheriffs, and Police Chiefs throughout the state. We are often asked to provide a security presence at community events around the State. 

How to become a Ranger?

If you are a resident of Arizona, at least 21 years old, hold a valid Concealed Carry Weapon (CCW) permit, and are interested in volunteering your time to assist law enforcement agencies as well as serve your community, we encourage you to learn more about what it takes to become an Arizona Ranger.

For more information, email for the Verde Valley chapter and follow them on Facebook at

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