Rep. Todd Tiahrt’s other half stopped by The Sentinel Tuesday to discuss her part of her husband’s bid for the Senate. The mother of two said this is her first race to really get involved and hit the campaign trail for her husband. She believes that she can reach women, minorities and younger voters, three areas that are often not prone to support the Republican party. She also said she thinks she brings a different perspective and ton to the campaign, one which female voter, in particular, respond better to. She wants to see the economy and the job market improved and is concerned about the impact Obama’s health care legislation will have on females and their families.
Repeating her husband’s campaign rhetoric, Vicki noted her husband’s consistent conservative voting record and pointed out that while the Moran campaign paints her living in Washington as a negative, it was a positive step for her and her children.