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State Chairman

Jonathan Lines

Jonathan Lines was raised in Yuma, Arizona where his family has been since the 1930's.  The family originally settled in Pima, Safford and Thatcher, Arizona in the 1880s and were involved in ranching and mining. Jonathan is married to Rosalie from Provo, Utah. They have 11 children, 8 boys and 3 girls. 
His high moral standards, work ethic, commitment to excellence, and natural born leadership skills have been crucial to his success in family, business and community involvement.  A strong defender of the U.S. Constitution, Jonathon enjoys time at the range and teaches gun safety, is an avid outdoorsman, supports his children in their activities, and has proven to be a fine and respected leader among Yuma County Republicans.
Jonathan is the GM-VP for Lines and Lundgreen Roofing & Insulation and a partner in Tuscany Development, Yuma's premier medical and professional plaza developed over 21 acres.  He has worked in the family business while attending AWC and NAU-Yuma since returning from a 2 year mission served in Argentina and Uruguay.
Community involvement is important to Jonathon and he has been involved in many local organizations serving the community; 11 years on the National Advisory Board for Johns Manville, a Warren Buffet Company, is a member of the Boy Scout District Council for 14 years and currently serves on the Executive Board of the Arizona Grand Canyon Council. He has also served on the Yuma Rotary Board and the Caballeros de Yuma, a civic group fashioned after the model of the Phoenix Thunderbirds, serving for many years as chairman of the Balloon Festival, Major League Baseball, Midnight at the Oasis, the southwest premier Classic car show and was featured on the Speed Channels "My Classic Car".  His love for the outdoors and belief in the Second Amendment make him a perfect fit as the Arizona Game and Fish Heritage Fund statewide Arizona representative.
Jonathan currently is serving in his 3rd term as Chairman of the Greater Yuma Economic Development Council and 3rd term as Chairman of the Yuma County Republican Central Committee, representing the Yuma portion of Legislative Districts 4 and 13.
With a strong business and financial background, a well-deserved reputation for integrity and honesty, Jonathon Lines is regarded as among Arizona’s finest and deserving of consideration, and your vote, for Arizona GOP Treasurer. 

National Committeewoman

Lori Klein Corbin

Lori Klein Corbin was elected as the Arizona National Committeewoman in June of 2016.  She was formerly a member of the Arizona State Senate in LD6 from 2011 - 2013 and was elected in 2010.  She is currently President of the Western Center for Journalism who's motto is "Informing and Equipping Americans Who Love Freedom" which trains a new generation of real journalists of integrity who embrace the role of the 4th estate to challenge the status quo, government and the powerful.  She is married to the former Attorney General and former President of the NRA, Bob Corbin and has three grown sons.

National Committeeman

Bruce Ash

Bruce Ash was elected as the National Committeeman from Arizona in June 2007. As a member of the RNC, he has served on the Resolutions Committee and is currently Chairman of the Standing Committee on Rules. He is President of Paul Ash Management Company, LLC and managing partner of ACW American Properties, LLC. Ash has previously served as a co-founder and board member of the Bank of Tucson, Yuma Community Bank, Sun Community Bancorp and First California Southern Bancorp.


Doug Ducey

Governor Doug Ducey is the 23rd governor of the state of Arizona. He was elected on November 4, 2014 and sworn into office on January 5, 2015 – inheriting a $1 billion budget deficit.

With a mission to make Arizona the best state in the country to live, work, do business and get an education, Governor Ducey and state leaders got to work. 

Today, Arizona’s budget is balanced. Business is thriving. And public schools continue to improve.

The governor remains committed to what he has identified as his top priorities: growing the economy, creating and supporting 21st-century jobs, promoting educational excellence, protecting our communities and restoring fiscal responsibility – all without raising taxes on hardworking Arizonans.

A strong Arizona is an Arizona that ensures “Opportunity For All.” Governor Ducey has pledged to work every day to make that vision a reality.

Governor Doug Ducey was born in Toledo, Ohio. He moved to Arizona to attend Arizona State University’s business school, where he earned his bachelor of science in finance in 1986. Governor Ducey and his wife, Angela, live in Paradise Valley with their three sons, Jack, Joe and Sam.


Jeff Flake

Senator Jeff Flake is a fifth-generation Arizonan who was raised on a cattle ranch in Snowflake, Arizona. Snowflake was named in part for Senator Flake's great-great grandfather.

Prior to his election to the U.S. Senate, Jeff served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 2001-2013 representing the East Valley.

As a member of the U.S. Senate, Jeff sits on the Judiciary Committee where he also serves as chairman of the Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law, the Energy and Natural Resources Committee where he also serves as chairman of the Subcommittee on Water and Power, and the Foreign Relations Committee where he also serves as chairman of Subcommittee on African Affairs.

After serving a Mormon mission in southern Africa, Jeff graduated from Brigham Young University, where he received a B.A. in International Relations and an M.A. in Political Science.

In 1987, Jeff started his career at a Washington, D.C. public affairs firm, but soon returned to Africa as Executive Director of the Foundation for Democracy in Namibia. In this role, Senator Flake helped monitor Namibia's independence process and saw that nation usher in freedom and democracy.

In 1992, Jeff and his family moved back to Arizona where he was named Executive Director of the Goldwater Institute. In this role, Jeff worked to promote a conservative philosophy of less government, more freedom, and individual responsibility.

Jeff and his wife, Cheryl, live in Mesa and have five children.


John McCain

John McCain was born at the Coco Solo Naval Station in Panama on August 29, 1936. The son of an Admiral, McCain enrolled in the Naval Academy and was dispatched to Vietnam, where he was tortured as a prisoner of war between 1967 and 1973. After his release, McCain served as a Republican congressman and senator from the state of Arizona. McCain lost the 2008 presidential election to Barack Obama. At 80 years old, he won his sixth term in the Senate in 2016. During his race he frequently clashed with GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, who won the general election that same year.


Martha McSally

Congresswoman Martha McSally proudly represents the people of Arizona’s Second Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, where she serves on the Committees on Armed Services and Homeland Security and as the chair of the Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security. Prior to serving in Congress, Representative McSally served 26 years in the U.S. Air Force, retiring in 2010 as a full Colonel. She is the first female fighter pilot to fly in combat and first to command a fighter squadron in combat in United States history.

Rep. McSally is a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and after training to fly the A-10 Warthog, flew her first combat mission to Iraq while deployed from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in 1995. During that assignment, she flew nearly 100 combat hours in support of Operation Southern Watch in the Middle East.

Rep. McSally was next selected to become an A-10 Instructor Pilot in the 358th Fighter Squadron, becoming the first woman in U.S. history to serve in that role.

In 1999, Rep. McSally was chosen to participate in the Air Force’s Legislative Fellowship Program, serving on the staff of Senator Jon Kyl as national security advisor on issues including terrorism, cyber security, and missile defense. 

After serving as a Legislative Fellow, Rep. McSally was assigned to Saudi Arabia to oversee combat search and rescue operations over southern Iraq and Afghanistan. While there, Rep. McSally was on the leadership team that planned and executed the initial air campaign in Afghanistan after the 9/11 attacks.

In 2001, Rep. McSally became a Flight Commander and then the Director of Operations in the 612 Combat Operations Squadron at 12th Air Force Headquarters at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. She deployed twice back to the Middle East, holding leadership positions at the Combined Air Operations Center for Operations Southern Watch, Enduring Freedom, and then Iraqi Freedom.

While stationed in Saudi Arabia, Rep. McSally challenged a discriminatory Pentagon policy that required servicewomen to wear Muslim garb when traveling off-base. She fought for a total of eight years to get the policy changed, eventually culminating with filing McSally vs Rumsfeld in court. She then helped to successfully shepherd legislation that was signed by the President and into law ending the demeaning policy.

In 2004, Rep. McSally took over as commander of the 354th Fighter Squadron, becoming the first woman in U.S. history to command a combat aviation unit. In that role, she was responsible for deploying her squadron anywhere in the world in 24 hours’ notice.

As Squadron Commander, Rep. McSally flew for 225 combat hours in Afghanistan, leading her A-10 combat team during Operation Enduring Freedom from September 2005 to February 2006. For her combat leadership, Rep. McSally was awarded the Bronze Star and her squadron earned the Air Force Association David C. Schilling Award for the most outstanding contribution in the field of flight in 2006.

During her military career, Rep. McSally flew 2,600 flight hours, including over 325 combat hours, earning six air medals. After her time in the military, she taught and mentored senior military officials from around the world as a Professor of National Security Studies at the George C. Marshall Center in Germany.

Rep. McSally holds Masters Degrees from Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and the U.S. Air War College in Public Policy and Strategic Studies, where she graduated #1 in her class of 261 senior military officers.

She also is an accomplished triathlete, having won the National Military Triathlon Championship multiple times and the Military Division of the grueling Hawaii Ironman Triathlon.

Rep. McSally is an avid outdoors enthusiast who in her free time enjoys running and hiking with her Golden Retriever rescue, Boomer. She currently lives in Tucson.


Andy Biggs

Congressman Andy Biggs is an Arizona native and currently serving his first term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He lives in Gilbert with his wife of 35 years, Cindy. They have six children and four grandchildren. Congressman Biggs received his bachelor’s degree in Asian Studies from Brigham Young University; his M.A. in Political Science from Arizona State University; and his J.D. degree from the University of Arizona. He is a retired attorney, who has been licensed to practice law in Arizona, Washington, and New Mexico. Most recently, Congressman Biggs served in the Arizona Legislature for 14 years – the last four as the Arizona Senate President. He was awarded “Champion of the Taxpayer” from Americans for Prosperity for his cumulative service in the Arizona legislature, and has been honored numerous times by the Goldwater Institute as a “Friend of Liberty.”


David Schweikert

Congressman David Schweikert is serving his fourth term in the United States Congress.  He holds a seat on the Ways and Means Committee, having previously served on the Financial Services Committee.  He also sits on the bicameral Joint Economic Committee, Co-Chairs the Valley Fever Task force with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, and is the Republican Co-Chair of the Blockchain Caucus, the Tunisia Caucus and the Caucus on Access to Capital and Credit.

Among his legislative accomplishments, David was instrumental in authoring and passing the JOBS ACT into law.  The bill was signed by the President in April 2012. 

A national leader on tribal policy, David draws on a unique background working with Arizona’s tribal communities on important priorities. 

As a strong advocate for efficiencies in the 21st Century economy, David collaborates with entrepreneurs and innovators in Arizona and around the world on ways to increase trade and drive economic growth.  David has long championed technological innovations as the solution to the problems of over-burdensome government regulations.

David holds a seat on the Government and Oversight Subcommittee and the Social Security Subcommittee on the House Ways and Means Committee, where he is able to use his expertise in finance and tax policy to lend his voice towards pressing issues such as meaningful tax reform and reducing trade barriers for U.S. businesses.


Paul Gosar

Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S., is serving his fourth term in Congress as the Representative for Arizona’s Fourth Congressional District. First elected in 2010, he came to Congress with no prior political experience. Paul believes that the Constitution is the cornerstone of our Republic, and pursues policies that allow for more individual liberty and less government involvement.

Dr. Gosar is focused on bringing jobs back to the district, fighting illegal immigration and securing the border, challenging the status quo and holding Washington bureaucrats accountable, cutting wasteful government spending, and ensuring that he is representing the interests of his constituents.

He has focused his legislative work on natural resources issues and government accountability. Both areas stem from his work on the House Committee on Natural Resources and the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Dr. Gosar is Chairman of the Natural Resources Energy and Minerals Subcommittee and Vice-Chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Interior Subcommittee.

Additionally, Dr. Gosar was elected to serve as Chairman of the Congressional Western Caucus for the 115th Congress. Click HERE to learn more about Dr. Gosar's work with the Congressional Western Caucus. 

During his relatively short tenure, Dr. Gosar has managed to be extremely effective in a time of gridlock when few other bills were enacted. He was recognized in 2012 as one of the hardest working and most effective new members of Congress. Rep. Gosar raised the bar even higher during his second term with six bills signed into law by the president, 12 other legislative efforts becoming law, and 24 of his amendments passing the House. As a result of this legislative success, Representative Gosar was the most effective member of the 113th Congress. One of these legislative victories was the most important bill that passed Congress during this timeframe, facilitating a land exchange that will allow for the creation of 3,700 new jobs and generate $60 billion for Arizona's economy.

Before being elected to Congress in 2010, Dr. Gosar owned his own dental practice and was a small businessman in Flagstaff for twenty-five years. 

Whether Gosar is in Washington fighting for his constituents, or back home working to find solutions to the problems facing the people of Arizona’s Fourth Congressional District, he remains committed to ushering in a new era of government that empowers individuals and reforms bureaucratic procedures that are stifling job creation. 

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