Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer won't be the face of the Grand Canyon State next year. In a press conference on Wednesday, the controversial politician announced she would not seek reelection this year and forsake a challenge to the state's constitutionally mandated term limits. "Serving as governor has been the privilege of my life," said the anti-immigration Republican. Brewer ascended to the governor's office in 2009 after her predecessor, Janet Napolitano, became Secretary of Homeland Security.