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  1. Edward Lopez „Ed“ Pastor (* 28. Juni 1943 in Claypool, Arizona; † 28. November 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker der Demokratischen Partei. Als Mitglied des US-Repräsentantenhauses vertrat er von 1991 bis 2015 verschiedene Kongresswahlbezirke des Bundesstaates Arizona.

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    Edward Lopez Pastor ( / pæˈstɔːr /; June 28, 1943 – November 27, 2018) was an American politician who served as a member of the United States House of Representatives from Arizona from 1991 to 2015.

  3. 30. Nov. 2018 · Ed Pastor, a lawyer and liberal Democrat who became Arizona’s first Hispanic member of Congress when he was elected in 1991, beginning a 23-year career in the House of...

  4. 28. Nov. 2018 · Former Rep. Ed Pastor, the first Latino member of the House of Representatives to represent Arizona, has died at the age of 75.

  5. 28. Nov. 2018 · PHOENIX (AP) — Former U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor, who championed liberal causes as Arizona’s first Hispanic member of Congress but was known for his bipartisanship, died after suffering a heart attack, his family said Wednesday. He was 75.

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    in his two decades in the House, pastor has supported a variety of issues concerning his district, but immigration and education reform have been the two causes he is most passionate about. since 2001 pastor has advocated for the Development, relief, and education for alien minors (Dream) act.

  7. 28. Nov. 2018 · Ed Pastor, a Democrat who served 23 years in Washington and secured federal funding for local projects, passed away at 75. He was respected by both parties and mentored many young politicians, including Greg Stanton and Matt Salmon.