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Helen Purcell, Maricopa County recorder (access required)

Helen Purcell, Maricopa County’s recorder and election director, shows no signs of slowing down – even in an off-election year. Managing her time is Purcell’s biggest challenge, as she oversees recording 1 million documents annually and modernizing the state’s largest ...

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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 ...

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Sen. Charlene Pesquiera, Democrat, District 26 (access required)

With experience as a criminal justice instructor and director of a court-ordered volunteer service center, Sen. Charlene Pesquiera stepped into her new role as a state legislator “with eyes wide open.” “Nothing surprises me at this time in my life,” ...

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Rep. Barbara McGuire, Democrat, District 23 (access required)

A native Arizonan and small business owner/operator, Rep. Barbara McGuire is well aware of her roots. The freshman legislator, a Democrat from District 23, hopes to pass bills this year that improve the quality of health care and provide more ...

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Crisco is latest company to limit trans fat (access required)

After 95 years in America’s pantries, Crisco is getting a new formula that nearly eliminates artery-clogging trans fats. J.M. Smucker Co., the largest U.S. producer of jams and jellies, has reformulated its line of Crisco shortening products to contain zero ...

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