Meet Tiffany

Tiffany Shedd is a small business owner and attorney who has gone toe to toe with the government, fighting regulations and policies that would destroy Arizona jobs.

Tiffany grew up in Pinal County and worked her way through college and law school at the University of Arizona. She’s worked as a bilingual kindergarten teacher, farmer, and natural resource attorney, and owns several small businesses, in addition to being a homeschool mom and an SCTP and 4-H certified pistol and shotgun coach. 

Living on a major trafficking route in Pinal County, Tiffany has experienced first-hand the consequences of the failure to secure our border and relies on the 2nd Amendment to protect herself and her family. 

Tiffany’s personal experiences with the consequences of an unsecured border, and as an attorney, business owner, and mother are why she is firmly committed to conservative principles and dedicated to making sure Arizona stays great for future generations.

Tiffany and her husband Rodney, a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation, are the fourth generation to farm their land in Pinal County and are proud parents of three children. 

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