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AZ Republic: DOJ suit against Arpaio prompts swift reaction

Reaction to the U.S. Department of Justice racial-profiling lawsuit against the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office: “(Sheriff Joe) Arpaio has shown a total willingness to use his power for all the … Continue reading →

Department of Justice Releases Investigative Findings on the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office

Exciting news comes on the first day of our delegations’ trip to the FIRM Summit in Montgomery, AL. In two months, the two most anti-immigrant politicians in America are reaping … Continue reading →

Russell Pearce recall may indicate new political climate

Last week, voters nationwide said no to the right-wing efforts of some state political leaders. Those in west Mesa’s Legislative District 18 ousted one of Arizona’s most powerful conservatives, partly … Continue reading →

Senator Pearce Recall Election Original Airdate: 2011-11-03

Horizonte: Carmen Guerrero, a long-time Mesa resident, community activist, and arts and education advocate and Rey Torres, President of the Arizona Latino Republican Association (ALRA) and co-host of Radio ALRA, … Continue reading →

Russell Pearce Recall a Warning to Arizona’s GOP?

Soon-to-be-former Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce got the boot from office last night, becoming the only sitting state Senate president to lose in a recall election in the history of … Continue reading →

Latinos claim recall victory

Volunteers’ behind-the-scenes work got out the vote View video:

Author of Arizona Immigration Law Loses Recall Election

PHOENIX – Senate President Russell Pearce conceded defeat Tuesday in an unprecedented recall election, a stunning turnabout for the author of Arizona’s tough immigration law and one of the most … Continue reading →

Arizona immigration crackdown leader trails in recall

PHOENIX (Reuters) – A powerful Republican state Senate leader who championed Arizona’s controversial crackdown on illegal immigrants appeared headed for early removal from office on Tuesday in a historic recall … Continue reading →

Mesa resident says she mistakenly voted for Cortes

MESA, AZ (KPHO) – Tuesday will decide the recall race in Mesa between incumbent state Sen. Russell Pearce and challenger Jerry Lewis. Olivia Cortes was a candidate who has since … Continue reading →

Robocall from a Sen. Pearce supporter could sway Tuesday election

Days before the re-election vote for Arizona Senate President Pearce, Latino families living in Mesa’s 18th legislative district tell ABC15 prerecorded audio messages are calling their phones. A man with … Continue reading →

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