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Okay, I don’t live in Legislative District 18, but that doesn’t mean I’m not deeply affected by the possible recall of our Senate president and the contemptible, outsider intrusion into our state. Don’t kid yourself, District 18 voters: There are those who want to force a major shift in Arizona’s political base and away from policies of citizen protection. And, they are using you.
Gone from the busy corners in Mesa and the East Valley are the illegal aliens who gathered looking for work. Also gone are the low-paid workers who found homes at restaurants, car washes and construction sites where business owners could pay cash and cheat the tax man thanks to Arizona’s failed statewide law enforcement system.
PHOENIX (AP) — A leader of a group that collected thousands of signatures to force a recall election for state Sen. Russell Pearce says the group raised and spent approximately $92,000, with Arizonans making up the vast majority of the more than 1,000 contributors.
Mesa’s District 18 has one of the most effective legislative leaders in recent history, but a group of outsiders has hijacked the will of Mesa voters, forcing a new election and raising the real possibility that Senate President Russell Pearce could be forced out of office. With early voting beginning in the district, it is time for voters to look at the two men running in this race and decide which one of them best represents them at the state Capitol.
PHOENIX (AP) — A national group favoring school vouchers and tax credits for private school scholarships reports spending $21,000 in support of Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce in the Nov. 8 recall election.
State senate recall candidate Jerry Lewis has raised nearly $68,000 in his campaign targeting Senate President Russell Pearce, with most of the money from Mesa donors.
State election officials say they believe a mailer sent in the Nov. 8 recall election of Senate President Russell Pearce violates Arizona campaign finance law by being deceptive.
Arizona election officials say a company listed as the source of mailers in the Nov. 8 recall election of state Senate President Russell Pearce has not made required disclosures.
HOUSTON - When The Arizona Republic asked state Senate President Russell Pearce in a questionnaire why he thought he was getting recalled, his answers was unequivocal.
It was the hottest ticket in town - only because the Diamondbacks game wasn't until Friday.