Name: Jane Dee Hull née Bowersock
Name as Secretary of State: Jane Dee Hull
Notes: Arizona Rep. Jane Dee Hull resigned Oct. 4, 1993, to run for the office of Arizona Secretary of State.
Other Elected Offices:
Arizona Governor: Office Years: September 5, 1997 – 2002
Arizona House of Representatives: Office Years: 1979 – Oct. 4, 1993, Speaker: 1989 – 1992, Speaker Pro Tempore: Jan. 11, 1993 – Oct. 4, 1993
Education: B.S. in Elementary Education, Kansas State University, 1957; graduate hours at Arizona State University in Political Science, Business and Economics
Occupations: Teacher, Kansas School System, Kansas City, MO; teacher, junior high, Chinle, Arizona, Navajo Nation
Memberships: Beatitudes Developing Older Adult Resources; Florence Crittenton board; Heard Museum Guild associate; Maricopa Medical Auxiliary; Freedom Foundation board; Visiting Nurse Auxiliary associate; Arizona Academy; Phoenix Town Hall; Community Council; Crime Victim Foundation; Arizona Economic Council; Dean’s Council of 100; Thunderbird International Symposium; American Legislative Exchange Council; Women's Legislative Council; National Conference of State Legislatures.
Firsts: First woman elected Speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives; First woman elected Governor of Arizona.
Notable: Brought the Internet to the forefront in the SOS office, publishing state records such as the Arizona Administrative Code to the Web. Signed Alt-Fuels bill into law as governor.
Sources: SOS bio; History and Archives bio sheets; misc. notes compiled on SOS succession to governorship; Journal of the House of Representatives, 41st Legislature, 1993, pp. iv, 478