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Steve Gallardo Running for Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Instead of Congress

6 years ago by Matthew Hendley
The field of Democrats to replace retiring Congressman Ed Pastor in Congressional District 7 just got a little less crowded.State Senator Steve Gallardo announced that he's going to run for a spot on the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors instead of a seat in Congress...
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Steve Gallardo Maintains Lead in Race for Maricopa County Board of Supervisors

6 years ago by Monica Alonzo
Arizona Senator Steve Gallardo is leading former Phoenix Councilman Michael Johnson in the race fo ther Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. "The night is still early and not all the polling places have reported," says a cautiously optimistic Gallardo. "However, we feel very confident that our lead will continue to...
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Steve Gallardo Not Pleased About Pictures of Latino Kids on Republicans' Desks

8 years ago by Matthew Hendley
Democratic State Senator Steve Gallardo noticed something he was not a fan of when he moseyed on over to the House of Representatives for the swearing in of new legislator Martin Quezada -- there were pictures of Latino kids on some Republicans' desks.In the pictures, the kids are holding signs...
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Steve Gallardo's SB 1070 Repeal: The Dems' New Litmus Test

9 years ago by Stephen Lemons
When I saw the headline in the Arizona Republic, "Democrats plan to introduce legislation to repeal SB 1070," let's just say I smelled a fish, and fresh it was not.The only Democrat I know of down at the state Legislature with the huevos to do something so bold as to...
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Kyrsten Sinema's Drop House Bill, and Steve Gallardo's Rebuttal

10 years ago by Stephen Lemons
Arizona's pro-immigrant community is ticked at one if its own: uber-lefty state Senator Kyrsten Sinema, who has in the past marched with the Reverend Al Sharpton in protest of Senate Bill 1070, and normally opposes the Republinuts in the state legislature on most of their nefarious doings.Such liberal bona fides...
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Democratic Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Gallardo Calls for Election Oversight He Failed to Provide

4 years ago by Ray Stern
Steve Gallardo, the lone Democrat on the five-member Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, says federal oversight of county elections is needed after last month's voting debacle. He may right – but one glaring reason the county may need federal oversight of its elections because of the lack of county oversight...
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Steve Gallardo to Join Russell Pearce at U.S. Senate Subcommittee Hearing on SB 1070

8 years ago by Matthew Hendley
Next week's U.S. Senate immigration subcommittee hearing on Arizona's Senate Bill 1070 is shaping up to be more exciting than initially billed -- at least as "exciting" as something aired on C-SPAN can get.​Ousted state Senate President Russell Pearce, the author of the bill, has already committed to being in...
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Dennis DeConcini to Join Steve Gallardo and Russell Pearce at SB 1070 Hearing

8 years ago by Matthew Hendley
Former Democratic U.S. Senator Dennis DeConcini -- who's currently on the Arizona Board of Regents -- has been added to the roster of witnesses for next week's Senate immigration subcommittee hearing on Arizona's Senate Bill 1070.​New York Democratic Senator Charles Schumer, the chair of that subcommittee, initially tried to peg...
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Steve Gallardo Drops Repeal SB 1070 Bill, Nativists Counter-Rally

9 years ago by Stephen Lemons
Down at the state Capitol today, it was like a little bit of 2010, all over again.Grizzled nativists toting "I love SB 1070 signs," with pistols on their hips. Pro-immigration activists in droves denouncing the two-year old breathing-while-brown statute. And Arizona Department of Public Safety officers standing between them, keeping...
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Tolleson Vice Mayor Anna Tovar to Replace Quitter Phoenix Lawmaker Steve Gallardo

12 years ago by Ray Stern
[jump] Tovar beat out Hispanic activist Lydia Hernandez, who was also recommended to county supervisros by a panel of citizens despite legal problems that included a suspected 1999 human smuggling case. In an Arizona Republic article, Tovar says she's ready for her new challenge and ready to get down the "nitty-gritty"...

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