Border Ranchers Endorse Tiffany Shedd For Arizona Attorney General
ELOY, AZ – Five Arizona border ranchers – John Ladd, Dan Bell, Peggy Davis, Steve Boice, and Gary Thrasher – endorsed Tiffany Shedd for Attorney General today citing her commitment to securing Arizona’s border.
“We need Tiffany Shedd as Attorney General,” said John Ladd. “Tiffany has faced illegal immigrants on her farm just like I have on our ranch. I’m endorsing her because securing the border and protecting Arizonans is personal and I know she will get the job done.” John Ladd is a fourth generation rancher in Cochise County whose ranch runs along the U.S.-Mexico border.
“I am endorsing Tiffany Shedd for Attorney General because as a rancher on the border who has experienced the negative impacts of drug cartels and illegal immigrants, I know she will secure the border to keep Arizonans safe,” said Dan Bell. Dan Bell is a third generation rancher in Santa Cruz county whose ranch runs along the U.S.-Mexico border.
“Arizona desperately needs an Attorney General who understands the issues that our ranchers face on the border,” said Peggy Davis. “I’m endorsing Tiffany Shedd for Attorney General because I know she will do what it takes to secure the border and protect our state’s sovereignty.” Peggy Davis is a rancher who lives twenty-five miles north of the border near Tombstone, AZ.
“I am endorsing Tiffany Shedd for Attorney General because she is one of us,” said Steve Boice. “As our next Attorney General, I know she will have the backs of farmers and ranchers and Arizona and work to secure our border.” Steve Boice is a fourth generation rancher and co-founder of Horse’n Around Rescue Ranch and Foundation in Hereford, AZ.
“I think it is time we had an aggie in Phoenix to protect our interests,” said Gary Thrasher. ”I am endorsing Tiffany Shedd for Attorney General because I know she will stand up for our ranchers and farmers and fight to secure our border.” Gary Thrasher is a rancher and veterinarian in southern Arizona who does ranch work all along the border in Arizona.
“No one understands the issues at our southern border like the ranch families who have poured their blood, sweat, and tears into building ranches and being generational stewards of the land,” said Tiffany Shedd. “I am honored to have the support of John, Dan, Peggy, Steve, and Gary. As Arizona’s next Attorney General, I’ll enforce Arizona’s laws at the border even if the federal government won’t enforce theirs.”
Tiffany Shedd grew up in Pinal County, and worked her way through college and law school at the University of Arizona. A natural resource attorney and small business owner, Tiffany has also worked as a bilingual kindergarten teacher and farmer. She is a proud Republican Party Precinct Committeeman, homeschool mom, small business owner, and NRA and 4-H certified pistol and shotgun coach. Tiffany is honored to have been endorsed by President Donald J. Trump during her campaign for Congress in 2020. Tiffany resides in Eloy, AZ with her husband Rodney and their three children who are members of the Muscogee Creek Nation.