Governor Janet Napolitano was re-elected with more than 60% of the vote.
What impact does this have on immigration?
In May of 2005 Governor Janet Napolitano vetoed bills for English as the official language, denying in-state tuition and day care for illegal aliens, allowing local law enforcement to enforce immigration law and officially rejecting the Matricula Consular.
Several of these issues were passed by voters yesterday in four Arizona Propositions, bypassing the Governor.
In November, 2004 voters passed Proposition 200 requiring voters to show a valid ID at the polls and makes it a crime, punishable by up to four months in jail and a $750 fine, for state and local officials to fail to report any suspected aliens seeking welfare, medical care or other public benefits.
After legal challenges Proposition 200 was finally signed into law by Governor Janet Napolitano.
This isn't the first time Governor Janet Napolitano has vetoed immigration bills:
On June 26,  Napolitano, in front of a cheering Hispanic audience at the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials annual convention, vetoed H.B. 2345, a bill that would have required voters to show identification at polling places.
Napolitano and her cronies claim carrying ID is inconvenient and burdensome for the elderly!
So, Governor Janet Napolitano in no way wants immigration reform, but when forced to at the hands of voters she's willing to bend in order to remain in power.
Results from AZ Central