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ENG: Russell Pearce (born June 23, 1947) is a Republican Arizona State Senator representing Legislative District 18, which covers most of western and central Mesa and small portions of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Arizona, USA. He became President of the Arizona Senate when the Senate began its current term in January 2011. He previously served in the Arizona House of Representatives. Pearce is most widely known for sponsoring Arizona SB1070, a controversial anti-illegal alien measure, and for being recalled from office in July 2011. His recall election is scheduled for November 2011. Biography Russell K. Pearce, a fifth-generation Arizonan, was born on June 23, 1947 to Hal Frost Pearce and Norma Crandell. He grew up in a troubled and impoverished home with an ...
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Pearce, Lewis mainly split on immigration enforcement‎

The differences between Senate President Russell Pearce and his recall opponent Jerry Lewis aren’t vast: Much of what distinguishes the two comes down to tone and illegal-immigration enforcement. Pearce and Lewis, both Republican Mormons, on Thursday night faced off in the only scheduled debate of the Nov. 8 Legislative District 18 recall election. The debate was held before a rowdy, capacity crowd in the auditorium of the East Valley Institute of Technology in west Mesa. Candidate Olivia Cortes, who dropped out of the race earlier in the day, did not attend. The debate was hosted ...

Pearce recall election: Finance reports shed light on effort

Jerry Lewis, who is challenging Senate President Russell Pearce in a District 18 recall election, drew financial support from numerous Mesa civic leaders, according to his campaign finance report. Candidates and other campaign committees had until 11:59 p.m. Thursday to file; those that arrived after The Mesa Republic's Saturday publication deadline will be detailed on Wednesday. Reports filed by candidates' committees tell only part of the story. Political action committees and what are called independent expenditure committees also pour money - some of it from lobbyists and corporations ...

Russell Pearce's Bro Lester Pearce, Busted ‎

This justice, he ain't no good judge of the law. I mean Mesa Justice of the Peace Lester Pearce, brother of embattled state Senate President Russell Pearce, who apparently has abrogated Arizona's judicial code of conduct by actively campaigning on behalf of his brother. On October 14, I reported that the minutes from the infamous GOP Legislative District 19 meeting -- where a resolution in favor of the Senator's re-election was debated, and where a Tea Party plot to place sham candidate Olivia Cortes on the ballot in Legislative District 18 recall race was revealed -- would show that Judge ...

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