Submitted by Administrator on Wed, 2012-11-14 18:13
The Deming Headlight
By Steve Pearce, U.S. Congressman
As I reflect on the close of this election season, there is one thing above all that I want to tell the people of New Mexico's Second Congressional District: Thank you.
Submitted by Administrator on Sat, 2012-10-27 05:58
By Albuquerque Journal Editorial Board on Sat, Oct 27, 2012
U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce is a seasoned Beltway pragmatist who says he is running for re-election because this is a turning point for the nation.
Pearce, a Republican from Hobbs, is seeking a fifth term representing southern New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District, a seat he won back after an unsuccessful bid for U.S. Senate in 2008. Pearce held the District 2 seat from 2002-2008. He also served in the state House of Representatives.
Submitted by Administrator on Thu, 2012-10-25 07:45
Will Visit Voters in 20 Communities and Travel over 1300 Miles in 5 Days
Hobbs, NM (October 25, 2012) - U.S. Congressman Steve Pearce today announced that he will be conducting an extensive bus tour of New Mexico's Second Congressional District the week before the November 6 election. Starting Tuesday, October 30, Pearce will visit twenty cities across New Mexico in five days.
Submitted by Administrator on Tue, 2012-10-09 17:38
LAS CRUCES, N.M. (October 9, 2012) - Congressman Steve Pearce will debate with Democratic candidate Evelyn Madrid Erhard on Wednesday, October 10 at 10:00 am on the campus of New Mexico State University. The debate will air on all of New Mexico's public television stations Thursday, October 11, at 9:00 pm following the vice presidential debate.
Submitted by Administrator on Sun, 2012-10-07 06:55
U.S. Congress Our choice: Steve Pearce
Las Cruces Sun-News
In the race for U.S. House District 2, the Sun-News endorses Steve Pearce.
Pearce, a Republican, is seeking his fourth term in office. He was first elected in 2002 and held the seat until 2008, when he stepped down to run for the U.S. Senate seat that was vacated by Pete Domenici. Pearce lost that race to Tom Udall, but came back in the next election to defeat Harry Teague and win his House seat back.