AZ-06: Juan Ciscomani (R)
Juan Ciscomani grew up in Arizona’s new 6th Congressional District. While attending public schools in Tucson, Ciscomani held several jobs and earned scholarships to pay for school. He was the first from his family to achieve a higher education, graduating from Pima Community College and the University of Arizona.
During his time at the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, he fought for lower taxes and the elimination of unnecessary regulations on behalf of small business owners.
As senior advisor to Gov. Doug Ducey for more than seven years, he has worked closely with Border Patrol, border sheriffs, ranchers and residents along the border to bring resources and attention to the border crisis.
Ciscomani and his wife Laura are the parents of six children; Zoe, Juan IV, Kenneth, Lily, Lucas and Gloria.
The biographical information above was sourced from the candidate’s campaign website, see links above for more information.