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F. Ann Rodriguez, Pima County recorder (access required)

Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez, the first Hispanic woman to be elected to countywide office in Arizona, is credited with automating and modernizing her department. She serves on many boards, such as Kids Voting, El Centro Cultural de las Americas and the Arizona Association of County Recorders. In 2003, Rodriguez received two special recognition ...

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