MINGUS MOUNTAIN REPUBLICAN LUNCHEON TUESDAY, November 14, 2023
People aligned with any political ideology are invited to the Mingus Mountain Republican Club Luncheon on Tuesday, November 14, 2023 at 11:00 am at the (VFW) Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #7400, 705 E. Aspen St., Cottonwood.
Speaker: Mark Lamb – Sheriff Pinal County, Candidate for U. S. Senate – Arizona
Sheriff Mark Lamb is a husband, father, grandfather, and God-fearing patriot. Lamb has served as Sheriff of Pinal County since 2017. In 2020, Sheriff Lamb took a courageous stand against COVID lockdowns, as well as mask and vaccine mandates, ensuring that his people lived free, businesses remained open, and children stayed in school. Through this steadfast dedication to liberty, Lamb earned the nickname “America’s Sheriff”.
Now, Lamb is determined to take his fight to the U.S. Senate. Our Constitutional rights are under attack, the timeless values of our Republic are eroding, and America’s standing on the world stage has been imperiled by the failed leadership. Lamb will fight to secure the border, stand up for Law and Order, protect the Second Amendment, bring fiscal sanity to Washington, and restore American strength on the world stage. Sheriff Mark Lamb is the conservative fighter Arizona needs to defend our values of God, family, and freedom.
Luncheon Information – RSVP Necessary
Doors open at 10:45, Lunch served at 11:00, meeting/programs begin at 11:30. Lunch is
Turkey with Mashed Potatoes and gravy, dressing, green bean casserole, pumpkin pie with whipped cream
includes entree, salad, dessert, coffee or iced tea. Lunch $15. No lunch charge is $5.00 venue fee, Sodas are $1.00 extra. RSVP required by email before Friday November 10, 2023 to, MingusMountainRepublicans@gmail.com or call Carol at 928-295-8769.
Attendance at Mingus Mountain Republican Club (MMRC) meetings is open to all members of the public, regardless of their political preferences. Registered Independents may now join the club, following a bylaws revision recently approved by the MMRC members. Independents make up the largest group of Arizona registered voters, with Republicans close at second, followed by Democrats.
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