Arizona farmer runs for attorney general to lock down border

An Arizona cotton farmer and lawyer says she is running for attorney general because she is fed up waiting for the federal and state governments to boost security at the southern border.

Tiffany Shedd is a mother of three whose family’s fourth-generation property sits in the middle of a Mexican cartel’s drug and human smuggling route between Phoenix and Tucson, more than an hour north of the U.S.-Mexico border. Despite the distance from the international boundary, her family has become accustomed to the regular run-ins with the Mexican cartels as they move people and drugs into the United States.