Party of Five

Lisa Graham Keegan, who has just begun her second term as Arizona's superintendent of public instruction, decided to enter politics when she was watching the impeachment and ouster of Governor Evan Mecham. After she became education chief, in 1995, Keegan battled with Governor--and soon to be convicted felon--Fife Symington. When she suggested that he resign, a Symington crony said she was having "a bad hair day." Last week Keegan joined Governor Jane Hull, secretary of state Betsey Bayless, treasurer Carol Springer and attorney general Janet Napolitano (the lone Democrat) in the nation's first all-female state administration. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra...

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