CD6-8 Candidates

Congratulations to CD6's 2018 Candidate!

Anita Malik - Campaign Site; Facebook

Arizonans too often feel they are losing control of their government. Whether it is how much we pay in taxes, a woman’s right to make her own health care decisions or creating a sound economy that thrives for everyone, the people of Arizona’s 6th district deserve a system that works for them. As a proven leader in the community, Anita is prepared to bring progress and solutions back to the table. For more than 20 years, Anita has learned the value of working hard together. Throughout her career, she has created jobs and inspired others by solving problems, uniting divided teams and leading by listening. She started her career in the early days of Arizona tech, working as a developer and business analyst. She went on to work at the The Arizona Republic, and was Deputy Director of ASU’s Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. More recently, Anita was COO of marketing tech company, ClearVoice. Anita’s entrepreneurial projects have often struck a chord nationally. In 2004, she founded East West Magazine, a national publication celebrating pan Asian-American life. She was featured on FOLIO’s “40 Under 40” list for her ability to eloquently promote and support a multicultural America.

Congratulations to CD8's 2018 Candidate!


Hiral Tipirneni - Campaign Site; Facebook

Dr. Hiral Tipirneni, an emergency room physician and cancer research advocate, has dedicated her life to serving her community and improving lives. She is running for Congress to take on Washington insiders and continue using her problem-solving, team-oriented approach to work with Republicans and Democrats alike to get the results the communities and neighborhoods of the West Valley need. At the age of three, Hiral came to America from India with her family in pursuit of the American dream. Hiral and her husband met while in medical school in Ohio. They have lived in the Phoenix area, where their three children were born and raised, for more than 20 years. She is on the board of directors for the Maricopa Health Foundation, which supports the county’s public health care delivery system. After losing both her mother and nephew to cancer, she left emergency medicine to concentrate on cutting-edge cancer research. Now she leads teams of researchers, clinicians, and patient advocates in the fight against breast cancer, prostate cancer and childhood leukemia. Hiral is living the American dream, and wants to help ensure others can live their own American dreams, too.