Category Archives: How Steve Pearce Voted

Congressman Pearce’s Book Reviews: Almost As Bad As His Anti-Women Votes

Congressman Steve Pearce attracted plenty of unwanted attention for the statement in his autobiography that a wife’s role in marriage is to “voluntarily submit” to her husband. See some of the coverage from Congressman Pearce’s local outlets and from around the country for yourself: Washington Post: GOP congressman’s book: ‘The wife is to voluntarily submit’

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Tea Party Republican Steve Pearce Continues to Hurt New Mexicans

Just when you think he couldn’t do anything more self-serving and pompous, Congressman Steve Pearce decides to “pen” a memoir. “Just Fly the Plane, Stupid!” is the eye catching title the wealthy multimillionaire Congressman decided upon. As always, there’s plenty of leisure time to work on books, increase your wealth, and charge taxpayers over $19,000

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Why is Steve Pearce Trying To Blow Up The Economy and Cut Off Government Services To New Mexicans?

Once again, Congressman Steve Pearce is standing with outside, national Tea Party groups and trying to blow up our nations’s economy, while shutting off vital government services to New Mexicans. “It is unbelievable that an elected Member of Congress would selfishly support and condone the shutdown of the US Government. He has the nerve to

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Steve Pearce Votes for Tea Party Resolution to Shut Down the Government

ONCE AGAIN, CONGRESSMAN PEARCE VOTES TO SHUT DOWN THE GOVERNMENT IF REPUBLICANS CAN’T GET THEIR WAY—TEA PARTY EXTREMISTS READY TO WRECK THE ECONOMY AND DENY SERVICES TO NEW MEXICANS New Mexico’s Democratic House members, who opposed the Republican bill, viewed the vote differently. “House Republicans, led by an extremist faction of their party…voted to all but

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Wrong for New Mexico: Steve Pearce Votes for Republican Bill to Cut SNAP, the Food Assistance Program

In Washington Thursday, Steve Pearce (R-CD2) voted for a bill that aims to cut about $40 billion for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Nearly one in five New Mexicans, over half of them children, depend on the food assistance program. Almost seventy-five percent of those who depend on the SNAP program are employed, but do

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