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PHOENIX -- Could Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer be enjoying more screen time when her time in office comes to a close?

Her former campaign manager, Doug Cole, said a job as a political analyst could be the next stop for the outgoing governor.

"I think you'll see her on TV shows doing political commentary," he said. "She'll be sought out as an expert on many things."

Cole also believes Brewer will travel the nation to act as an advocate for education and other issues.

Brewer announced Wednesday that she would not seek reelection in the state's 2014 gubernatorial election.

"My pen and veto stamp still have plenty of ink," Brewer said at a press conference, adding that she plans to work until her final hours in office.

Her term will expire in December.

Bob McClay, Reporter

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