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How to Make a Jan Brewer Halloween Mask in Less Than Five Minutes (VIDEO)

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Courtesy of Seattle-based blogger, musician and humorist Marianne Spellman comes an instructional on a very Halloween-friendly character: The 22nd and current Governor of Arizona, Jan Brewer.

Check out how you can make a spot-on, sadly realistic Jan Brewer Halloween (or any day of the year) mask after the jump ...

See also: - Jan Brewer to Pen a Memoir ... A Suggested Table of Contents - Jan Brewer's Writing a Book -- and a Sarah-Palin-Sympathizing Ghost Writer's Helping Her Do it - Best Reader Caption For Photo of Jan Brewer Humiliating Arizona?

Brewer's made a name for herself signing into law gun legislation that lets Arizonans carry concealed guns into bars and restaurants, healthcare legislation that blocks undocumented citizens from receiving covered medical attention, and border "security" legislation that gave us a wall/fence between Arizona and Mexico.

She also pointed her finger in President Obama's face and penned Scorpions for Breakfast: My Fight Against Special Interests, Liberal Media, and Cynical Politicos to Secure America's Border, but we'll let you dive into that later.

For now, we're focused on your Halloween costume, which will take three ingredients and less than five minutes:

How To Make A Gov. Jan Brewer (AZ.) Halloween Mask from Marianne Sp on Vimeo.

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