Rep. Gosar to be at Superstition Mountain Republican Club meeting

The Superstition Mountain Republican Club will hold its monthly meeting 6:30-8 p.m. Saturday, March 16, at Centerstage Church, in the old Superstition Mountain Elementary School, 550 S. Ironwood Drive in Apache Junction. Enter from Ironwood into the parking lot.

“The SMRC welcomes everyone seeking to be a more informed person within their community,” according to a release.

Congressman Paul Gosar serves constituents in Arizona’s Fourth Congressional District. (Courtesy of http://gosar.house.gov/)

The club is hosting U. S. Rep. Paul Gosar, D.D.S, who is serving his fifth term in Congress as the representative from Arizona’s Fourth Congressional District.

“He believes that the Constitution is the cornerstone of our Republic and always pursues policies that allow for more individual liberty and less government involvement,” according to the release.

“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,” the release states.

Dr. Gosar was elected to serve as chairman of the Congressional Western Caucus.

“The caucus has never been stronger in its quarter-century history and is a dominant force on Capitol Hill currently comprised of 79 bipartisan members from 33 different states and territories. The caucus has an aggressive agenda for 2019 and will be putting forth solutions that improve forest health, restore local control and reduce energy burdens as well as other job-killing regulations. Given the new dynamics of the 116th Congress, the caucus is placing a larger emphasis on coordinating with the administration on the local priorities of our members and communities,” the release states.

“Whether Rep. 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,” according to the release.

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