Aug 12, 2009
Steve Pearce: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same
After launching a failed bid for Senate, vacating his House seat just eight months ago, announcing his intention to run for "something" and examining the "political realities," Steve Pearce is running for Congress - again.
"No matter how much polling Steve Pearce has conducted or how many political calculations he's made, one thing's for sure, New Mexicans already rejected the Pearce record - soundly," said Andy Stone, Western Regional Press Secretary for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. "In fact, it's pretty clear; Steve Pearce is just on the hunt for his next political gig."
In fact, even though New Mexicans have already said no to Steve Pearce, he just won't quit.
Steve Pearce wants his old political stomping grounds back. [Hobbs News-Sun, 7/22/09]
Former U.S. Rep. Stevan Pearce wants to return to Congress. [Las Cruces Sun-News, 7/7/09]
Pearce to run for Congress, again. [Hobbs News-Sun, 7/22/09]
In late January, Pearce said he wanted to return to public office, and was considering a run for governor or one of the state's three congressional seats in the House of Representatives. [Las Cruces Sun-News, 7/7/09]
Former U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce, who is mulling a run for governor or a return to Congress in 2010, will speak to the Right to Life Committee of New Mexico later this month in Albuquerque. [Albuquerque Journal, 6/10/09]
Ex-U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce is trying to take back his old seat from Teague in the 2nd Congressional District. [New Mexico Independent, 8/3/09]
Pearce on the campaign trail again. [Las Cruces Sun-News, 7/22/09]
Pearce to re-seek 2nd District seat in US House. [Farmington Daily Times, 7/6/09]