It happens over and over, and yet I'm still always struck at how the "domino effect" shows up in politics.Read More »
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The recall election targeting Senate President Russell Pearce is among the highest-profile legislative races in the state’s modern history.
But the public won’t have a clue how much cash is being raised or spent — or who’s doing the raising and spending to influence the race’s outcome — until a few days before the election itself.
In a move that reinforces the rise of the conservative wing of the Republican caucus, Senate President Russell Pearce today appointed a freshman lawmaker with Tea Party roots to head the influential Senate Appropriations Committee.Read More »
Randy Parraz, one of the organizers of the recall drive targeting Senate President Russell Pearce, is threatening a lawsuit after signs popped up in the East Valley claiming he supported the boycott against Arizona and promotes open borders.Read More »
A charter school executive challenging state Senate President Russell Pearce in a Nov. 8 recall election said Thursday the Pearce-sponsored, 2010 Arizona law on illegal immigration was a good start toward reform and border security.Read More »
Republican Jerry Lewis, who is challenging Senate President Russell Pearce in a recall election, turned in his nominating petitions today, a move that would allow him to officially be on the Nov. 8 ballot.Read More »
Late yesterday, the Supreme Court punted on the Pearce recall challenge, determining instead that the Court of Appeals was the proper venue for the appeal of a trial court judge’s ruling that the recall petitions are valid.Read More »
As a member of the Senate Republican caucus, I lend my support for Senate President Russell Pearce.Read More »
For a state that has been grappling with a multibillion-dollar deficit for four years, news of a potential revenue surplus is like a few drops of rain after a long drought.Read More »
Unable to persuade a county judge to halt a recall election targeting Senate President Russell Pearce, the Mesa Republican’s allies will try and make their case before the Arizona Supreme Court.Read More »