Tiffany Shedd knows first-hand the crisis Arizonans are facing due to the failure to secure our southern border. Tiffany and her family are regularly confronted with coyotes trafficking illegal immigrants and cartels smuggling drugs across their farm in Eloy.
She wants to protect the people of Arizona and plans to start with southern border security. According to her, well-being begins with safety. And if the people of Arizona cannot calmly go about their work, then, first of all, is ensuring security.
In addition, Tiffany wants to protect the people of Arizona from poverty. Although the state's inhabitants work hard, many of them cannot afford what they need. For example, people sometimes have to save up for months to fix their cars.
As a mother of three, Mrs. Shedd is also concerned about the future of young people. She believes that it is impossible to build a society if you do not care about children and their prospects. That is why Tiffany offers support for students and creates opportunities for their development.
Protect Our Borders
Politicians in Washington do not care about the problems of people living on the borders. Therefore, Tiffany proposes legislative initiatives that are aimed at strengthening the borders and protecting them. To begin, she suggests conducting a thorough analysis and understanding exactly where the gap in the system is. After that, this gap will need to be closed in order to stop the flow of coyotes and cartels through Arizona.
Support People With Bad Credit History
It can be hard to get back on your feet financially and even easier to slip up. Tiffany Shedd knows that. So she's advocating that people with a bad credit history should be able to fix it.
To do this, Ms. Shedd suggests working closely with state credit companies. Most often, people with low credit scores need loans. And people with a bad credit history are the hardest to get loans. Therefore, according to Tiffany, Arizona needs opportunities to improve people's scores and get the necessary loan. The economy should work for the people, not against them. Therefore, loans should be available to everyone without exception, regardless of credit history.
Student Help Services
Youth is the backbone of society—moreover, educated youth with a developed outlook. According to Shedd, high school graduates should be helped to pursue science, stimulated and motivated by their thirst for knowledge. Arizona needs programs to spur future graduates into college and help them along the way. In addition, gifted children whose parents cannot afford a college education also need help. Creating new funds and grants could give graduates hope for a brighter future.
Financial Emergency Services
Using the example of the coronavirus pandemic, it became clear that unexpected losses can occur in any business and with any person. It does not matter what caused this - a global disease or a local incident. Tiffany said people in need of emergency care should be able to get it. Fast and affordable loans can help people who urgently need money in unforeseen circumstances.
Tiffany knows how hard money is to come by and has worked as a bilingual kindergarten teacher, farmer, and natural resources lawyer. Therefore, she advocates equal and fair pay, regardless of gender, nationality, or orientation. Professionalism must be the key to high salaries. Irrespective of the place of work, people who do their job well should receive a decent wage. And together with quality education, this can take Arizona to a higher level.