Tiffany Shedd has roots in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District dating back over 100 years. A farmer, small business attorney, firearms instructor and mother of three, Tiffany is running for Congress to bring rural Arizona values to Washington, DC.
Tiffany has spent decades as a fierce advocate for rural Arizona. She and her husband, Rodney, have farmed cotton and wheat since 1989 on the farm they own in Eloy, AZ. Tiffany has served as a producer on the boards of various commodity advocacy groups, charitable organizations, and has successfully advocated for the private property rights for agricultural land owners.
The west means endless optimism, rugged individualism, and the freedom to live our lives on our terms. The west is where I am from, and it is where I have chosen to lay down roots and raise my family. I am running for Congress because I see our western lifestyle being taken away. The grandeur of the west is vanishing, being crushed by bureaucrats and Washington, DC elites. Many of us moved west to get away from government’s overreaching hand but we are running out of west. We have a choice, give in and give up. Or we can stand and fight.
I Choose to Stand and Fight.