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Janet Napolitano
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    (November 29, 1957- )
    Born in New York City, New York
    Arizona's Attorney General (1999-2002)
    Elected Democratic Governor of Arizona (2002), re-elected in 2006
    Barack Obama's choice for Secretary of Homeland Security
    As Governor, she vetoed more than 120 bills sent to her by Arizona's GOP controlled state legislature.
    Her position on immigration is too conservative for liberals and too liberal for conservatives.
    She angered many women by endorsing Barack Obama over Hillary Clinton early on in the Democratic primaries (2008).
    Ed Rendell said she would be perfect for the Homeland Security position because she had 'no family' and 'no life.'
    Some Republicans don't like her due to her representation of Anita Hill against Clarence Thomas.
    She was the first woman to be re-elected as Governor in the state of Arizona.
    Time Magazine named her as one of the top 5 Governors in the United States (2005).
    She graduated University of Virginia Law School.
    A breast cancer survivor, she had a mastectomy as part of her treatment.
    She gained popularity in Arizona by focusing on improving education.

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