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On September 26, 1944, Jan Brewer (Janice Kay Brewer) was born in Los Angeles, California.
In 2009, Jan Brewer was elected as Arizona's Republican Governor. Jan Brewer is well-known for her immigration and border-control policies; she gained national attention in 2010 when she signed legislation making it illegal for an immigrant to remain in Arizona without proper documentation.
Her father died when she was a youngster due to toxins he inhaled while working on an Army post.
Jan Brewer has a net worth of $1.5 million.
Details on her annual income as a politician are unknown.
The details about the height of Jan Brewer are unknown.
Jan Brewer is 78 years old, as of 2022, as she celebrates her birthday on September 26, 1944.
Jan Brewer was born on September 26, 1944, to Edna C. and Perry Wilford Drinkwine. Her father died at a young age due to fumes inhaled while employed at an Army Depot. She completed her education at Verdugo Hills High School and Glendale Community College.
She is married to John Leon Brewer since 1970. Earlier she was married to Ronald Brewer between 1963-1967.
Jan Brewer is an author and politician who served as Governor of Arizona from 2009-2015. Brewer, a Republican, is Arizona's fourth female governor (and the third in a row).
Brewer had intended to run for the board of the school, but when a vacancy in the local district opened up, she made a decision to go for the seat of state representative instead. Between 1983-1987, she worked in the Arizona House of Representatives before deciding to go for the Arizona Senate in 1987, which she won and served from 1987-1996. She pushed for legislation to establish a lieutenant governor position in the state as a state senator, saying that being secretary of state does not qualify a candidate for governor. If a vacancy occurs, the seat should be replaced by a member of the same party.
She served as majority whip for three years of her time in the state legislature. President Barack Obama named Governor Janet Napolitano to the Cabinet of the United States as Secretary of Homeland Security. Because Arizona does not have a deputy governor, once elected, the Secretary of State assumes the role of governor first.
The Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry rewarded Brewer with their Heritage Award for 2014-2015.
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