John Moore

Williams, Arizona


John is the current mayor for the city of Williams. He has been a part of the Williams Arizona community for 34 years, working tirelessly to make the city a better place. John became chief of police in 1986, served on the city council from 2004 to 2008 and has held the position of Mayor for the past 12 years.

John knows the value of being connected with the people he represents and feels this has prepared him to be the next US Representative for Arizona’s Congressional District 1.

In announcing his candidacy, Moore stated why he believes he is uniquely qualified to serve the District. “I’ve spent my life living, working, and serving in rural areas. I know these people, I am these people, and I know the kind of support their communities need to succeed.”

Facebook: MooreForAZ

Nolan Reidhead

Tucson, Arizona


Nolan is a native Arizonan. He was born in Payson and lived in Heber and Snowflake where he was taught and lived the importance of family, service, and freedom. When he was 15, Nolan and his family moved to Southern Utah where his father purchased a forestry company based in Northern Arizona. He worked for his father and grew to appreciate the principles of hard work, personal responsibility and integrity.
At the age of 15, Nolan was awarded the Boy Scouts of America’s highest rank, The Eagle Scout. He lives by the Scout Law to be trustworthy, helpful, courteous, thrifty, and brave. As a scout, he learned the value of teamwork, dedication and determination. Such leadership skills are desperately needed in Washington D.C.!
After High School, Nolan worked his way through college and graduated from Southern Utah University with a degree in Business Administration. From there, he went on to law school in Minnesota. While enduring the frigid temperatures, Nolan’s wife, Scottia, worked as a Registered Nurse to help put him through school.
In 1998, Nolan, along with his wife and their children, moved to Tucson. He set up his own law practice and has operated it ever since. Nolan has represented clients and businesses throughout Arizona for over 20 years. With the experience he has gained in owning his own business, he understands the importance of a strong economy, low taxes and individual security from government intrusion. For more than 45 years, Nolan has either lived, represented clients and/or operated a business in every county in the Arizona 1st Congressional District. He has worked with numerous individuals, families and businesses to protect their assets, estates, business interests and way of life. Nolan is running for Congress to protect, preserve and implement conservative and constitutional values. He strongly advocates for laws, principles and solutions to protect and maintain our rights and liberties from extreme and radical policies like the Green New Deal, open borders, Medicare for all and other forms of socialism. Nolan, his wife, Scottia, and their 5 children reside in Tucson, AZ. They enjoy spending time together as a family, playing sports, hiking and traveling.

Facebook: ReidheadforCongress

Website: www.reidheadforcomgress.com

 

Tiffany Shedd

Casa Grande, Arizona


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 bi-lingual kindergarten teacher, farmer, and natural resource attorney. She is a proud home school mom, Republican Party Precinct Committeeman, and an SCTP and 4-H certified pistol and shotgun coach.

Tiffany and her husband Rodney are the fourth generation to farm their land in Eloy, AZ and are proud parents of three children.

Facebook: TiffanySheddAZ

Website: www.sheddforcongress.com