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Pearce: Honored to Represent New Mexico in 113th Congress

Washington, DC (January 3, 2013) – Today, U.S. Congressman Steve Pearce was sworn in to represent New Mexico’s Second Congressional District as a member of the 113th Congress.
“I am honored to continue representing southern New Mexico” said Pearce.  “Jobs will remain my top priority, and I will stand with the people of New Mexico against the Washington bureaucracy that is crushing our small businesses and devastating our economy.  I am committed to working toward a future of lower taxes and more jobs for Americans.
“As always, I encourage New Mexicans to speak up and make their voices heard,” Pearce continued.  “I look forward to working with constituents throughout the district, and welcome ideas, feedback, and communication through any of the avenues available: phone, mail, email, Facebook, Twitter, and personal interaction.”

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