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Jan Brewer Has Gone to a Top-Secret Location; No Reward Offered for Safe Return

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The Associated Press has reported that Governor Jan Brewer is not in Arizona, and the public is not to know where exactly she is.

From the AP:

"Brewer spokesman Matthew Benson said in a brief email to The Associated Press that Brewer was unavailable to participate in the general election canvass Monday morning because she was out of the state on official business...

"He later reiterated that during a brief phone interview during which he said he could not respond to several questions about Brewer's whereabouts."

The AP says this is a Sunday-to-Saturday trip, so Secretary of State Ken Bennett's the governor this week.

As far as we can tell, there is no reward being offered for Brewer's return to the state.

Please leave your educated guesses of Brewer's whereabouts in the comments section below.


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