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Die Ostgrenze teilt sich Arizona mit New Mexico. Der US-Bundesstaat ist in 15 Counties gegliedert. Fast die Hälfte des Bundesstaates besteht aus Bergen und. Arizona ist ein Bundesstaat im Südwesten der USA. Er wurde als Staat in die Union aufgenommen. Im Westen befinden sich Kalifornien und Nevada. Arizona liegt im Südwesten der USA. Der Staat wird im Südwesten von Kalifornien begrenzt, im Nordwesten von Nevada, den nördlichen Nachbar bildet Utah.
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According to the Arizona Blue Book published by the Arizona Secretary of State 's office each year , the state population in was , By , it was 1,, In the s, retirement communities were developed.
These age-restricted subdivisions catered exclusively to the needs of senior citizens and attracted many retirees who wanted to escape the harsh winters of the Midwest and the Northeast.
Sun City , established by developer Del Webb and opened in , was one of the first such communities.
Green Valley , south of Tucson, was another such community, designed as a retirement subdivision for Arizona's teachers.
Many senior citizens from across the U. In March , Arizona was the site of the first legally binding election ever held over the internet to nominate a candidate for public office.
Arizona is the sixth largest state by area , ranked after New Mexico and before Nevada. The remaining area is public forest and park land, state trust land and Native American reservations.
Arizona is well known for its desert Basin and Range region in the state's southern portions, which is rich in a landscape of xerophyte plants such as the cactus.
This region's topography was shaped by prehistoric volcanism , followed by the cooling-off and related subsidence.
Its climate has exceptionally hot summers and mild winters. The state is less well known for its pine-covered north-central portion of the high country of the Colorado Plateau see Arizona Mountains forests.
Like other states of the Southwest United States, Arizona has an abundance of mountains and plateaus.
In , this was an area of the Rodeo—Chediski Fire , the worst fire in state history. Located in northern Arizona, the Grand Canyon is a colorful, deep, steep-sided gorge, carved by the Colorado River.
President Theodore Roosevelt was a major proponent of designating the Grand Canyon area as a National Park, often visiting to hunt mountain lion and enjoy the scenery.
Nearly two billion years of the Earth 's history have been exposed as the Colorado River and its tributaries cut through layer after layer of sediment as the Colorado Plateau uplifted.
Arizona is home to one of the most well-preserved meteorite impact sites in the world. The crater itself is nearly a mile 1.
Arizona is one of two U. The large Navajo Nation in the state's northeastern region does. Generally, Arizona is at low risk of earthquakes, except for the southwestern portion which is at moderate risk due to its proximity to southern California.
On the other hand, northern Arizona is at moderate risk due to numerous faults in the area. The regions near and west of Phoenix have the lowest risk.
They were centered near the Imperial Valley, or Mexico , back in the s. The shock was violent in Flagstaff. In September , a series of 52 earthquakes caused a construction crew near Flagstaff to leave the area.
In , the year Arizona achieved statehood, on August 18, an earthquake caused a mile crack in the San Francisco Range.
In early January , the state experienced a series of earthquakes, in the Yuma area and near the Grand Canyon.
Arizona experienced its largest earthquake in , with a tremor of a magnitude 5. It was centered near Fredonia , in the state's northwest near the border with Utah.
The tremor was felt across the border in Nevada and Utah. Due to its large area and variations in elevation, the state has a wide variety of localized climate conditions.
In the lower elevations, the climate is primarily desert, with mild winters and extremely hot summers. About midway through February, the temperatures start to rise, with warm days, and cool, breezy nights.
In the state's urban centers, the effects of local warming result in much higher measured night-time lows than in the recent past.
Arizona has an average annual rainfall of In July or August, the dewpoint rises dramatically for a brief period. During this time, the air contains large amounts of water vapor.
This hot moisture brings lightning , thunderstorms , wind, and torrential, if usually brief, downpours. These downpours often cause flash floods , which can turn deadly.
In an attempt to deter drivers from crossing flooding streams, the Arizona Legislature enacted the Stupid Motorist Law.
It is rare for tornadoes or hurricanes to occur in Arizona. Arizona's northern third is a plateau at significantly higher altitudes than the lower desert, and has an appreciably cooler climate, with cold winters and mild summers, though the climate remains semiarid to arid.
Arizona remained sparsely settled for most of the 19th century. The population of metropolitan Phoenix increased by According to the United States Census, Arizona had a population of 6,, In , illegal immigrants constituted an estimated 7.
This was the second highest percentage of any state in the U. Metropolitan Phoenix 4. Metro Phoenix alone accounts for two-thirds of the state's population.
In , the Census Bureau reported Arizona's population as Hispanics or Latinos of any race made up Non-Hispanic whites formed Arizona's five largest ancestry groups, as of [update] , were: .
As of [update] , In total, Arizona is home to the largest number of speakers of Native American languages in the 48 contiguous states, as more than 85, individuals reported speaking Navajo ,  and 10, people reported Apache , as a language spoken at home in Phoenix , in Maricopa County , is Arizona's capital and largest city.
Tucson , with a metro population of just over one million, is the state's second-largest city. It is home to the University of Arizona.
Major incorporated suburbs of Tucson include Oro Valley and Marana northwest of the city, Sahuarita south of the city, and South Tucson in an enclave south of downtown.
Saguaro National Park , just west of the city in the Tucson Mountains , is the site of the world's largest collection of Saguaro cacti.
With , residents, this cluster of towns is the state's third largest metropolitan area. Yuma is center of the fourth-largest metropolitan area in Arizona.
Located in Yuma County , it is near the borders of California and Mexico. The Yuma Metropolitan Statistical Area has a population of , Yuma attracts many winter visitors from all over the United States.
With its large Ponderosa pine forests, snowy winter weather and picturesque mountains, it is a stark contrast to the desert regions typically associated with Arizona.
Flagstaff has a strong tourism sector, due to its proximity to numerous tourist attractions including: Grand Canyon National Park , Sedona , and Oak Creek Canyon.
Historic U. Route 66 is the main east—west street in the town. The Flagstaff metropolitan area is home to , residents and the main campus of Northern Arizona University.
Lake Havasu City has a population of about 53, people. It is famous for huge spring break parties, sunsets and the London Bridge , relocated from London, England.
Lake Havasu City was founded by real estate developer Robert P. McCulloch in The Catholic Church has the highest number of adherents in Arizona at , , followed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with , members reported  and then non-denominational Evangelical Protestants, reporting , adherents.
According to the Association of Religion Data Archives, the fifteen largest denominations by number of adherents in and were:  .
Hinduism became the largest non-Christian religion when combining all denominations in with more than 32, adherents, followed by Judaism with more than 20, and Buddhism with more than 19, This figure gives Arizona a larger economy than such countries as Ireland , Finland , and New Zealand.
Copper is still extensively mined from many expansive open-pit and underground mines, accounting for two-thirds of the nation's output. The state government is Arizona's largest employer, while Banner Health is the state's largest private employer, with more than 39, employees As of March [update] , the state's unemployment rate was 5.
According to The Arizona Republic , the largest private employers in the state as of [update] were: . Tax is collected by the Arizona Department of Revenue.
Arizona collects personal income taxes in five brackets: 2. The state of Arizona does not levy a state tax on food for home consumption or on drugs prescribed by a licensed physician or dentist.
However, some cities in Arizona do levy a tax on food for home consumption. All fifteen Arizona counties levy a tax.
These added assessments could push the combined sales tax rate to as high as Main Interstate routes include I, and I traveling north—south, I-8, I, and I, traveling east—west, and a short stretch of I traveling northeast—southwest through the extreme northwestern corner of the state.
In addition, the various urban areas are served by complex networks of state routes and highways, such as the Loop , which is part of Phoenix's vast freeway system.
The Phoenix and Tucson metropolitan areas are served by public bus transit systems. Yuma and Flagstaff also have public bus systems.
In Tucson, the Sun Link streetcar system travels through the downtown area, connecting the main University of Arizona campus with Mercado San Agustin on the western edge of downtown Tucson.
Sun Link, loosely based on the Portland Streetcar , launched in July Amtrak Southwest Chief route serves the northern part of the state, stopping at Winslow , Flagstaff , Williams and Kingman.
Phoenix lost Amtrak service in with the discontinuation of the Desert Wind , and now an Amtrak bus runs between Phoenix and the station in Maricopa.
Phoenix Sky Harbor is the world's 7th busiest airport in terms of aircraft movements and 17th for passenger traffic.
The state capital of Arizona is Phoenix. Phoenix became the official state capital with Arizona's admission to the union in The House of Representatives and Senate buildings were dedicated in , and an Executive Office Building was dedicated in the ninth floor of this building is where the Office of the Governor is located.
The original Capitol building was converted into a museum. The Capitol complex is fronted and highlighted by the richly landscaped Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza , named after Wesley Bolin , a governor who died in office in the s.
The site also includes many monuments and memorials, including the anchor and signal mast from the USS Arizona one of the U. Navy ships sunk in Pearl Harbor and a granite version of the Ten Commandments.
The Arizona Legislature is bicameral like the legislature of every other state except Nebraska and consists of a thirty-member Senate and a member House of Representatives.
Each of the thirty legislative districts has one senator and two representatives. Legislators are elected for two-year terms. Each Legislature covers a two-year period.
The first session following the general election is known as the first regular session, and the session convening in the second year is known as the second regular session.
Each regular session begins on the second Monday in January and adjourns sine die terminates for the year no later than Saturday of the week in which the th day from the beginning of the regular session falls.
The President of the Senate and Speaker of the House, by rule, may extend the session up to seven additional days. Thereafter, the session can be extended only by a majority vote of members present of each house.
The majority party is the Republican Party , which has held power in both houses since Arizona state senators and representatives are elected for two-year terms and are limited to four consecutive terms in a chamber, though there is no limit on the total number of terms.
When a lawmaker is term-limited from office, it is not uncommon for him or her to run for election in the other chamber. Arizona's executive branch is headed by a governor , who is elected to a four-year term.
The governor may serve any number of terms, though no more than two in a row. Arizona is one of the few states that does not maintain a governor's mansion.
During office the governors reside within their private residence, and all executive offices are housed in the executive tower at the state capitol.
The governor of Arizona is Doug Ducey R. All elected officials hold a term of four years, and are limited to two consecutive terms except the office of the State Mine Inspector, which is limited to four terms.
Arizona is one of five states that do not have a specified lieutenant governor. The secretary of state is the first in line to succeed the governor in the event of death, disability, resignation, or removal from office.
The line of succession also includes the attorney general, state treasurer and superintendent of public instruction. Since , four secretaries of state and one attorney general have risen to Arizona's governorship through these means.
The Arizona Supreme Court is the highest court in Arizona. The court consists of one chief justice, a vice chief justice, and five associate justices.
Justices are appointed by the governor from a list recommended by a bipartisan commission, and are re-elected after the initial two years following their appointment.
Subsequent re-elections occur every six years. The supreme court has appellate jurisdiction in death penalty cases, but almost all other appellate cases go through the Arizona Court of Appeals beforehand.
The court has original jurisdiction in a few other circumstances, as outlined in the state constitution.
The court may also declare laws unconstitutional, but only while seated en banc. The Arizona Court of Appeals , further divided into two divisions, is the intermediate court in the state.
Division One is based in Phoenix, consists of sixteen judges, and has jurisdiction in the Western and Northern regions of the state, along with the greater Phoenix area.
Division Two is based in Tucson, consists of six judges, and has jurisdiction over the Southern regions of the state, including the Tucson area.
Judges are selected in a method similar to the one used for state supreme court justices. Each county of Arizona has a superior court , the size and organization of which are varied and generally depend on the size of the particular county.
Arizona is divided into political jurisdictions designated as counties. McSally, after losing to Sinema was appointed by Governor Ducey to succeed acting senator Jon Kyl to fill the spot formerly occupied by the late six-term senior Senator John McCain , who died August 25, Senator McSally, will serve in office until a special election in Arizona gained a ninth seat in the House of Representatives due to redistricting based on Census From statehood through the late s, Arizona was primarily dominated by the Democratic Party.
During this time, the Democratic candidate for the presidency carried the state each election, the only exceptions being the elections of , and —all three were national Republican landslides.
In , Congress had passed a law granting citizenship and suffrage to all Native Americans, some of whom had previously been excluded as members of tribes on reservations.
Legal interpretations of Arizona's constitution prohibited Native Americans living on reservations from voting, classifying them as being under "guardianship".
The landmark case is Harrison and Austin v. After the men were refused the opportunity to register in Maricopa County, they filed suit against the registrar.
These were the only two states that had continued to prohibit Native Americans from voting. Since the election of Dwight D.
Eisenhower in , the majority of state voters have favored Republicans in presidential elections.
Arizona voted Republican in every presidential election from to , with Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan winning the state by particularly large margins.
During this forty-year span, it was the only state not to be carried by a Democrat at least once. Democrat Lyndon Johnson , in , lost the state by less than 5, votes to Arizona Senator and native Barry Goldwater.
This was the most closely contested state in what was otherwise a landslide victory for Johnson that year.
Democrat Bill Clinton ended this streak in , when he won Arizona by a little over two percentage points Clinton had previously come within less than two percent of winning Arizona's electoral votes in Since then, the majority of the state has continued to support Republican presidential candidates by solid margins.
Since the late 20th century, the Republican Party has also dominated Arizona politics in general. The fast-growing Phoenix and Tucson suburbs became increasingly friendly to Republicans from the s onward.
During this time, many "Pinto Democrats", or conservative Democrats from rural areas, became increasingly willing to support Republicans at the state and national level.
While the state normally supports Republicans at the federal level, Democrats are often competitive in statewide elections.
Two of the last six governors have been Democrats. On March 4, , Senator John McCain effectively clinched the Republican nomination for , becoming the first presidential nominee from the state since Barry Goldwater in Arizona politics are dominated by a longstanding rivalry between its two largest counties, Maricopa and Pima —home to Phoenix and Tucson, respectively.
The two counties have almost 75 percent of the state's population and cast almost 80 percent of the state's vote. They also elect a substantial majority of the state legislature.
Maricopa County is home to almost 60 percent of the state's population, and most of the state's elected officials live there.
It has voted Republican in every presidential election since This includes the run of native son Barry Goldwater; he would not have carried his home state without his 20,vote margin in Maricopa County.
Similarly, while McCain won Arizona by eight percentage points in , aided by his ,vote margin in Maricopa County. In contrast, Pima County, home to Tucson, and most of southern Arizona have historically voted more Democratic.
While Tucson's suburbs lean Republican, they hold to a somewhat more moderate brand of Republicanism than is common in the Phoenix area.
Arizona rejected a same-sex marriage ban in a referendum as part of the elections. Arizona was the first state in the nation to do so.
Same-sex marriage was not recognized in Arizona, but this amendment would have denied any legal or financial benefits to unmarried homosexual or heterosexual couples.
It passed by a more narrow majority than similar votes in a number of other states. In , Arizona passed SB , called the toughest illegal immigration legislation in the nation.
A fierce debate erupted between supporters and detractors of the law. The United States Supreme Court heard arguments March 18, , regarding the validity of the Arizona law, which requires individuals to show documents proving U.
The West Virginia teachers' strike in inspired teachers in other states , including Arizona , to take similar action.
In , Arizona became the first state in the United States to reject a proposition, Prop , that would have banned same-sex marriage and civil unions.
Arizona Proposition , known by its supporters as the Marriage Protection Amendment, appeared as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on the November 4, ballot in Arizona, where it was approved: It amended the Arizona Constitution to define marriage as between one man and one woman.
On October 17, , Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne announced his office would no longer object to same-sex marriage, in response to a U.
District Court Ruling on Arizona Proposition On that day, each county's Clerk of the Superior Court began to issue same-sex marriage licenses, and Arizona became the 31st state to legalize same-sex marriage.
Public schools in Arizona are separated into about local school districts which operate independently, but are governed in most cases by elected county school superintendents; these are in turn overseen by the Arizona State Board of Education a division of the Arizona Department of Education and the state Superintendent of Public Instruction elected in partisan elections every even-numbered year when there is not a presidential election, for a four-year term.
In , a School District Redistricting Commission was established with the goal of combining and consolidating many of these districts.
These schools are governed by the Arizona Board of Regents. Private higher education in Arizona is dominated by a large number of for-profit and "chain" multi-site universities.
Arizona has a wide network of two-year vocational schools and community colleges. These colleges were governed historically by a separate statewide board of directors but, in , the state legislature transferred almost all oversight authority to individual community college districts.
Phoenix Art Museum , on the historic Central Avenue Corridor in Phoenix, is the Southwest's largest collection of visual art from across the world.
The museum displays international exhibitions alongside the museum's collection of more than 18, works of American, Asian, European, Latin American, Western American, modern and contemporary art, and fashion design.
With a community education mandate since , Phoenix Art Museum holds a year-round program of festivals, live performances, independent art films and educational programs.
The museum also has PhxArtKids, an interactive space for children; photography exhibitions through the museum's partnership with the Center for Creative Photography ; the landscaped Sculpture Garden and dining at Arcadia Farms.
Arizona is a recognized center of Native American art, with a number of galleries showcasing historical and contemporary works.
Some of the signature exhibits include a full Navajo hogan, the Mareen Allen Nichols Collection containing pieces of contemporary jewelry, the Barry Goldwater Collection of historic Hopi kachina dolls , and an exhibit on the 19th century boarding school experiences of Native Americans.
The Heard Museum has about , visitors a year. Sedona , Jerome , and Tubac are known as a budding artist colonies, and small arts scenes exist in the larger cities and near the state universities.
The science fiction movie Fire in the Sky , based on a reported alien abduction in the town of Snowflake , was set in Snowflake. It was filmed in the Oregon towns of Oakland , Roseburg , and Sutherlin.
The final segments of the film Starman take place at Meteor Crater outside Winslow. Some of Alfred Hitchcock 's classic film Psycho was shot in Phoenix, the ostensible home town of the main character.
The TV sitcom Alice , which was based on the movie was set in Phoenix. Twilight had passages set in Phoenix at the beginning and the end of the film.
George Strait 's "Oceanfront Property" uses "ocean front property in Arizona" as a metaphor for a sucker proposition.
The line "see you down in Arizona Bay" is used in a Tool song in reference to the possibility expressed as a hope by comedian Bill Hicks that Southern California will one day fall into the ocean.
Arizona's budding music scene is helped by emerging bands, as well as some well-known artists. Arizona also has many singers and other musicians.
Singer, songwriter and guitarist Michelle Branch is from Sedona. One of Arizona's better known musicians is shock rocker Alice Cooper , who helped define the genre.
Arizona is also known for its heavy metal scene, which is centered in and around Phoenix. The band Soulfly calls Phoenix home and Megadeth lived in Phoenix for about a decade.
Beginning in and around , Phoenix began to host a burgeoning desert rock and sludge metal underground, ala' Kyuss in s California led by bands like Wolves of Winter, Asimov, and Dead Canyon.
The quartet won a Pulitzer Prize and other awards and is now a staple of the string quartet repertoire.
Auto racing is another sport known in the state. Firebird International Raceway near Chandler is home to drag racing and other motorsport events.
College sports are also prevalent in Arizona. Arizona also hosts several college football bowl games. Arizona is a popular location for Major League Baseball spring training , as it is the site of the Cactus League.
Spring training was first started in Arizona in , when Brewers owner Veeck sold them in but went onto purchase the Cleveland Indians in Thus the Cactus League was born.
On March 9, , Arizona was awarded a franchise to begin to play for the season. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 1 July State in the southwestern United States.
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