Posted by: azcr | March 17, 2010

We’ve Moved!

Thanks to a new web designer and the generosity of the AZFCR we have moved to a new and improved site!

-Matthew Collins

Posted by: azcr | November 20, 2009

November 22nd State Board Meeting

Sunday, November 22, 2009
3:00pm – 5:00pm
Arizona State University at the West Campus
4701 W. Thunderbird Road
Glendale, AZ


Fourth in person meeting of the year will be held at Arizona State University at the West Campus in Glendale. Room TBD. Every member of the College Republicans in the state is encouraged to attend!

We will be re-federating all chapters at this meeting!

In accordance with Article III Section 4 of the AZFCR Constitution:
“Each chapter must submit (at least) 10 official CRNC membership forms, completely filled out in accordance with Article III, Section 1, and a copy of that chapter’s Constitution to the Secretary no later than December 1st of each year.”

If you have any questions about re-federating, please feel free to email, call or text me.  Please note that since ASU Downtown was just recently federated, they will not need to be re-federated.

If you would like to add anything to the agenda please talk to a member of the state board and we will gladly help you out.

Posted by: azcr | November 18, 2009

Horay for Transparency!

Here are the latest minutes from the 10/10 State Board Meeting. In addition to a transcript, Coty McKenzie has provided an audio feed/podcast with the entire meeting being recorded and available for download!

AZFCR Board Meeting Minutes 101009

(Audio Coming Soon)


Posted by: azcr | November 10, 2009

9/11 Never Forget Memorial

A special thanks to Ryan Caracciolo for producing the video.

Posted by: azcr | November 10, 2009

Tucson’s Last Stand

Check out our latest media from the Tucson Tea Party Event!

 A special thanks to Ryan Caracciolo for producing the video!

Posted by: azcr | October 9, 2009

10/10 State Board Meeting

Third in person meeting of the year will be held at the University of Arizona from 3:00-5:00pm.

Every member of the College Republicans in the state is encouraged to attend.

For those able, please come and join us at the Tucson Tea Party at 10:00am till 1:00pm and will be featuring Judge Andrew Neapolitano.

If you would like to add anything to the agenda please talk to a member of the state board and we will gladly help you out.

We are pleased to be joined by:

Jim Ward, Candidate for Congressional District five.

Brian Miller, Candidate for Congressional District eight.

Chris Simcox, Candidate for US Senate

Posted by: azcr | October 7, 2009


Thirteen Cash Prizes will be Awarded and First Place Winner Claims $5000

Washington, D.C.-The Independent Women’s Forum’s R. Gaull Silberman Center for Collegiate Studies is proud to announce its fifth annual college essay contest. College women enrolled in any four-year college or university worldwide during the 2009-2010 school year are invited to enter this competition. Deadline is December 1, 2009.

This year, students are asked to answer this question in 750 words or less:

Many campus coffee shops boast that they “proudly serve fair trade coffee,” but does the fair trade movement actually make a difference in the lives of the poor and disadvantaged? Is free trade also fair trade?

To date, IWF has awarded more than $40,000 in prize money to students through its essay contest. This contest is an excellent opportunity for students to think critically about the most important issues facing our country and to have the opportunity to win valuable financial assistance for their education in the process. “In addition to over $10,000 in prize money, applicants have the chance to get their writing in front of an all-star panel with some of the best writers in the country including Kimberley Strassel and Melanie Kirkpatrick of The Wall Street Journal, and best-selling author Myrna Blyth,” said Tatiana Posada, director of the Silberman Center.

For the 2009-2010 application visit

For more information or questions about this contest email

Tatiana M. Posada
Policy Analyst and Director of the R Gaull Silberman Center for Campus Studies
Independent Women’s Forum
202-349-5795 Direct
202-631-0015 Cell

Posted by: azcr | October 2, 2009

9/26 State Board Meeting Minutes

Here are the 9-26 minutes for the last state board meeting on September 26th.

These minutes provide a first-hand account into how State Board Meetings are conducted and what the Board is emphasizing to make our organization as effective as possible. Please feel free to download and take a look for yourself!

Posted by: azcr | October 2, 2009

CRs in the News

This past Thursday ASU CR Secretary Christopher Chesney was quoted in the State Press expressing his views on recently passed Gun Law legislation!

Political science sophomore Christopher Chesny, secretary of the ASU College Republicans, said the new gun laws are well thought out and protect Second Amendment rights.

“You’ve got the person’s right to bear arms taken into consideration [with these laws], but you’ve also got the property owner’s interests in mind,” Chesny said. “As far as the second law goes, it’s a person’s car and they should be able to carry a gun in it.”

People with guns in their cars should keep them out of sight because a firearm in plain view could prompt someone to break in and steal it, Chesny said

If you would like to read the rest of the article please follow the link:

Posted by: azcr | September 30, 2009

Tucson TEA Party and State Board Meeting!

Tuscon Tea Party Details

When: October 10 10am – 1pm
Where: Tucson Electric Park
Featuring: Judge Andrew Napolitano,

State Board Meeting Details

When: After the TEA Party, roughly 1:00-1:30pm
Where: Tucson at The University of Arizona
Featuring: The Executive Board and CRs from across the state!

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