Republican Nominee for U.S. Congress, Arizona's 1st District
As a small business owner, farmer and natural resource attorney, Tiffany Shedd is running for Congress in Arizona’s 1st congressional district to help solve the problems Arizonans face. Many of these have impacted her and her family.
Tiffany grew up in Pinal County and worked her way through college and law school at the University of Arizona. She has worked as a bilingual kindergarten teacher and is a proud homeschool mom. Tiffany is also a 4-H certified pistol and shotgun coach.
As fourth generation farmers, Tiffany, her husband Rodney and their family are often confronted with coyotes trafficking illegal immigrants and cartels smuggling drugs across their farm in Eloy. She is running for Congress to implement conservative solutions to problems like this because she feels liberal politicians in Washington, D.C., have repeatedly ignored them.
If elected, Tiffany will work to rebuild the economy and get people back to work in Arizona by cutting red tape, enabling businesses to grow. She wants to secure the border to eliminate drug trafficking and human smuggling. She has vowed to protect Social Security and Medicare.
Tiffany will work to make healthcare more affordable and protect coverage for those with pre-existing conditions. She opposes government takeover of healthcare and will stop the extreme socialist agenda that the left is pushing. As a mother of three Native American children, Tiffany will listen and work with Arizona’s Native American tribes to clean up abandoned uranium mines and ensure access to clean water.
Broad coalitions of grassroots activists, organizations and Republican leaders have endorsed Tiffany.
“I’m proud to earn the endorsement of these leaders and organizations. They believe in our campaign and know that we will win in November,” Tiffany said. “They know that in Congress I will stand with President Trump, working to secure our border and rebuilding our economy,” she added.
Tiffany has been named a Young Gun by the National Republican Congressional Committee. To learn more about her campaign, visit her website or Facebook page.