Living outside of Kalamazoo, Mark worked as a farmer and rancher in a small rural community. When he retired, Mark moved to Tucson, Arizona, where he worked in leadership roles in both small business and a multi-million dollar software company. In the private sector he earned a Six Sigma Certification in process excellence. Originally elected to serve in the 2015 Legislature, Mark is now in his 4th and final term. Arizona has term limits, and Representatives are allowed 4 consecutive terms.
Mark graduated summa cum laude from Grand Canyon University with a BA in State and Local Public Policy, and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in law and economics at the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers School of Law. Mark and his wife of 16 years, Tanya, are proud parents of 4 adult children.
“I appreciate your support and am eternally grateful for your your prayers and donations. Running for public office is never an easy thing, but having a support team with folks like you, it becomes just a little easier. As you may have heard, I am fighting for election integrity in Arizona, and as Arizona goes, so goes the nation. If you would like to stay up to date on the progress we are making concerning the Maricopa County Forensic Audit you can subscribe at Journal. And please, consider telling your friends about the Journal and our fight to save free and fair elections. Arizona is ground zero right now for exposing fraud!
This is going to be a $2 Million race, but I am not afraid!
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The winner of the Gila County Republican Committee’s gun raffle was Steve Christensen, of Star Valley, Arizona. The winning ticket was pulled at the Committees Precinct Committeemen meeting on July 10. Christensen won a Smith and Wesson M&P 9 mm SHIELD semi-automatic pistol. Photo: Christensen (Right) is shown with Gila County Republican Committee Chairman Gary Morris (Left).
…AND ANOTHER GUN RAFFLE:
The Committee has another M&P pistol. For information or tickets, call 928-476-1040.
The Gila County Republican Party calls it:”THE VOTER FRAUD APPROVAL ACT”
1) It would eviscerate state voter ID laws that require a
voter to authenticate his or her identity. Indeed, it would force states to
allow anyone to vote who simply signs a form saying that they are who
they claim they are.
combined with the mandate that states implement same-day voter registration,
it means I could walk into any polling place on Election Day, register under
the name John Smith, sign a form claiming I really am John Smith, cast a
ballot, and walk out.
Participants: Gary Morris, Chairman, Gila County Republican Party, Andy McKinney, First Vice Chair, Gila County Republican Party
Today’s Conversation:Gila County Republican Party
Arizona Election Law Update
Federal Senate Bill 1 –
90 Days of a Weak Biden
Georgia’s Voter Law
Crisis at the Border
Washington Post Corrected Article on Trump
COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY’S 21st ANNUAL LINCOLN DAY LUNCHEON – The March 20th event at the Mazatzal Casino was a
The Theme This Years was “Election
Integrity” and Speakers Congressman Dr. Paul Gosar, Arizona State Senator
and President of the Senate, Karen Fann along with Arizona Legislative District
6 House of Representatives Walt Blackman.
Here is the letter from Chairman Morris urging the adoption of a resolution for Gila County to join the many other counties to enforce the 2nd Amendment protecting the right of self-defense by bearing arms.
GILA COUNTY GOP LINCOLN DAY LUNCHEON WAS A SELL-OUT SUCCESS!
The Gila County Republican Committee Lincoln Day Luncheon Saturday, March 20th highlighting “Election Integrity” was a huge success to a sell-out crowd. Arizona Senate President Karen Fann gave up-to-the-minute progress on the state GOP efforts to prosecute election law violations.
Our mission: To promote Republican values and support Republican candidates.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”–Edmund Burke
As many of us know, there are serious concerns about voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential elections, as well as some “down ballot” (for U.S. Senate, etc.) elections. President Trump has initiated numerous lawsuits in multiple states claiming different levels and types of voter fraud.
The Gila County Republican Committee supports the President’s legal right to challenge what appears to be widespread fraud. If you desire to support President Trump’s legal effort and costs, go to: donaldjtrump.com
RESTORING ELECTION INTEGRITY
DOWNLOAD and read the full presentation on the state of Election Systems in the United States, how bad it is and what we can do to restore public confidence in our elections.
Several of the sentences in the article were complete fabrications and false statements which were intentionally designed to malign and damage the reputation of the Gila County Republican Party. Pete did not interview me for the article (which would seem to be good journalist practice for such a significant story). The words used cannot be found anywhere in the copy of the Gila County Republican Party’s Resolution that was sent the Roundup on December 8th nor anyplace on Republican Party’s website.
Gila County Republican Party Chairman Gary Morris wrote a complaint letter to the Roundup newspaper.