About Us

People from all over the world call Arizona home. 27 federally recognised Native American tribes, such as the Navajo Nation, which is the largest in the country and the United States, reside on Indian reservations across the state. The state’s Hispanic population has increased dramatically since the 1980s as a result of immigration from Mexico. The Catholic Church as well as the Early christians of The latter Saints are two of the most popular religions in the country.

The desert climate of Southern Arizona is well-known for its long, hot summers and short, mild winters. The Colorado Plateau, mountain ranges, and deep canyons abound in northern Arizona’s pine, Douglas fir, but also spruce tree forests. The region also experiences milder summers and heavy winter snowfalls. Flagstaff, Mountain, and Tucson all have ski resorts. Additionally, there are national forests, nature reserves, and national monuments in the United States.

Because of the influx of migrants that since 1950s, Arizona’s economy and population have grown rapidly, and the state is now a major node in the Sun Belt. In cities like Phoenix and Tucson, large, sprawling suburbs have been developed. PetSmart and Circle K both have headquarters in Arizona, and the Campus of Arizona & Arizona State University are two of the state’s most prestigious educational institutions. The state has traditionally been associated with conservative national figures like Barry Goldwater & John McCain, but it voted Democratic inside the 1996 presidential campaign and again in the 2020 democratic presidential but rather senatorial elections.