Securing our Border
Tiffany Shedd lives and works on a cotton and wheat farm in Pinal County, Arizona. As a farmer with land about 90 miles north of the Mexico-Arizona line, Tiffany has witnessed first hand the consequences of the federal government’s failure to secure our border. It is a national security and human rights disaster, which is why she will work tirelessly with President Trump to stop the flow of drugs and criminals into our state. This means supporting a border wall, enhanced technology, more boots on the ground, and better systems to monitor who is in our country.
Fighting for our Veterans
They have borne the ultimate sacrifice for our nation, yet when they come home, too many of our veterans are neglected, left behind and, tragically, never welcomed back into society. Injuries, both physical and psychological, go untreated. In rural Arizona, we feel this neglect even more. Long wait times, hours-long drives to VA facilities, and chronic mismanagement have many veterans feeling as though they have nowhere to turn. Tiffany believes this is unacceptable. She has a plan to introduce legislation that matches veterans with job opportunities that relate to their military training. Tiffany has already spoken with leaders in law enforcement, border patrol, and construction that have pledged support for this plan. Like President Trump, Tiffany is committed to going to bat for our veterans, and ensuring they receive the treatment, care, and opportunities they so desperately need and deserve.
Blessings of Liberty
One of the main purposes of our Constitution is to, “secure the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our posterity.” As a constitutional conservative Tiffany believes that we all must have the freedom to choose how we worship, how to educate our children, and the values that our families live by. As a homeschool mom, Tiffany makes sure that her kids are well versed in the Constitution and in the Christian roots on which our country was founded. Strongly pro-life Tiffany will always stand up for all of those who are unable to fight for themselves.
There are few sectors in our economy that feel the power of big government like those who produce from the land. Farming, ranching, mining, and forestry are the life blood of rural Arizona and are at the mercy of an out-of-control federal bureaucracy. Local community members actually create jobs, support charities, care about their children and their education, respect cultural traditions, and understand local and natural resources. Our Constitution delegates very few powers to the federal government, and Tiffany Shedd will work to limit federal power to its constitutional parameters.
For Tiffany Shedd health care is a deeply personal issue. Ten years ago, her daughter, Summer, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Like Tiffany, Summer is a fighter. She beat the odds and today is an energetic, fun, and smart young woman. It was through this experience of caring for a sick child that Tiffany fully came to realize the need for quality care that families can afford. Tiffany knows that we will not get the best quality care for our kids until we repeal ObamaCare and replace it with a patient centered and free enterprise based system that allows families to make the choices that best fit their needs.
To Tiffany Shedd the 2nd amendment is more than just a talking point. She has raised her kids with a deep respect for firearms, safety, and self defense. Tiffany is an avid shooter and firearms enthusiast. She and her husband established the Central Arizona Target Shooting Range to promote youth shooting sports. Tiffany is a 4-H certified youth pistol instructor, and a NRA certified youth shotgun instructor. The 2nd Amendment is non-negotiable. Tiffany will never cast a vote or take action that in any way infringes upon our 2nd Amendment rights.