The Honourable
Sir Marcus Pierce
3rd Prime Minister of Craftia
Elections: 1992, 1995
In office
31 December 1990 – 25 September 1995
President John Cosgrove
Thomas Jeffrey
Deputy Jim McIntyre
William Johnson
Alexander Lee
Preceded by Edwin Stevenson
Succeeded by Peter McDonald
1st Leader of the Conservative Party
In office
27 February 1990 – 25 September 1995
Deputy William Johnson
Alexander Lee
Preceded by Theodore Wright
Succeeded by Alexander Lee
Minister for Agriculture
In office
15 September 1998 – 12 March 2000
Prime Minister Alexander Lee
Preceded by Charlie Friedman
Succeeded by John Dunmore
4th Deputy Prime Minister of Craftia
In office
18 September 1990 – 30 December 1990
Prime Minister Edwin Stevenson
Preceded by Percy Mack
Succeeded by Jim McIntyre
Minister for Science and Technology
In office
18 September 1990 – 30 December 1990
Prime Minister Edwin Stevenson
Preceded by Geoff Andrews
Succeeded by Martin Dente
Member of the Craftian Parliament
for Laidera
In office
4 September 1992 – 12 March 2000
Preceded by Seb Anthony
Succeeded by Gary O'Sullivan
Member of the Craftian Parliament
for Higgins
In office
1 January 1987 – 3 September 1992
Preceded by New seat
Succeeded by Pete Bastille
Personal details
Born Marcus Lyon Pierce
14 September 1949
Yarrayonga, Province of Craftia
Died 8 December 2033 (age 84)
Canley Shore, Craftia
Political party Protection of Craftia Party (before 1989)
Independent (1989–1990)
Craftian Conservative Party (after 1990)
Spouse(s) Kimberley Pierce (1979–2019)
Children Matthew Pierce (born 1978)
Alma mater University of Addams
Religion Roman Catholicism

Marcus Lyon Pierce OC (14 September 1949 – 8 December 2033) was the 3rd Prime Minister of Craftia, serving from 31 December 1990 to 26 September 1995.

Regarded as a centrist and populist prime minister, Pierce was the founder and first leader of the Craftia Conservation Party (now the Craftian Conservative Party), which was founded in February 1990. The small party quickly gained popularity over the larger and older Protection of Craftia Party, which Pierce had previously been a member of from 1987 to 1990. After severing ties with the right-wing Protection Party in 1989 he remained in the Craftian House of Representatives for a year as an independent until the formation of the centre-right Conservation Party, where his popularity soared from his outspoken personality and criticism of the federal judicial system. His party organised a coalition with the Protection Party and Pierce was selected by Prime Minister Edwin Stevenson as his successor.