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Initially a Whig, Turner joined the Republican Party following the collapse of the Whigs. He began seeking appointment to a government position in 1863. After failing to secure a position as assistant solicitor of the United States Court of Claims, Turner investigated diplomatic postings but no consulships were vacant at the time.[1]:191 By then, President Abraham Lincoln had already appointed John A. Gurley to be Arizona territory governor, with John N. Goodwin as Chief Justice and William T. Howell and Joseph P. Allyn as Associate Justices on March 6, 1863. However, Gurley and Goodwin never held those offices, as Gurley died suddenly of appendicitis the night before was to have left for Arizona in August of that year.[3] Following Gurley's death, Turner wrote Lincoln on Aug 21, 1863 seeking appointment as Governor.[1]:191 His letter contained the message, "There appears to be no vacancy in consulships. Is there any reason why I cannot receive the appointment of Governor of!
  Arizona... My friends think I was very badly treated in the matter of the Assistant Solicitorship of the Court of Claims, and the appointment to the above place would be very gratifying to themselves as well as myself."[4]:214 Lincoln instead advanced Goodwin to Governor of Arizona Territory, and nominated Turner for Chief Justice of Arizona Territory on August 22, 1863.[1]:191 Turner and Goodwin were both appointed on an interim basis until the Senate returned from recess in January 1864 to confirm them.[5]:141 The sequence of events made Turner the last of new territory's three initial federal judges to receive his appointment, and the second appointed as Chief Justice. Charles Poston, who had lobbied both Lincoln and Congress for creation of an Arizona Territory and was later selected as superintendent of Indian affairs for the new territory.[6]:15[7]:43–4, called him "Senator Grymes' man" and claimed he had been appointed due to the influence of his fellow Iowan Sena!
 tor James W. Grimes.[5]:140[b] Turner officially accepted his new position in a September 7 letter to U.S. Attorney General Edward Bates. By the time he was prepared to depart for Arizona, most territorial officials were already in transit[1]:191 from Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas by government wagon train.[8]:314 The Chief Justice nominee caught up with the Governor Goodwin's party at Fort Larned in southwestern Kansas.[8]:315 They traveled along the Santa Fe trail and reached Santa Fe, New Mexico on November 14 where they were welcomed by New Mexico Territory Governor Henry Connelly.[9] Turner took his oath of office with the other territorial officials traveling together on December 29, 1863, during a snow-storm shrouded ceremony held at Navajo Springs.[10]:32 The ceremony officially establishing the new territory was to take place once they reached the territory, but because of uncertainly over the exact location of the border the party continued on to Navajo Springs which they knew was within the territory. Governor Goodwin established three ju!
 dicial districts in an April 9, 1864 proclamation at the temporary territory capital of Fort Whipple at its original tent and log-cabin location