Madicyn Reid

Key Facts

Party N/A; nonpartisan election


Madicyn Reid graduated from the Maxima School of Make-Up Artistry with a Certification as a make-up artist and specialist. Reid is a make up artist and also the owner and lead creative director of the Vanity Rabbit LLC. As a makeup artist, her artistry has been featured in magazines such as Women’s Running and Madison Magazine [1]. Reid pulled her child out of the school system due to a lack of confidence in its policy decisions [4].

Key Issues

Parental Involvement

Reid believes that school officials should be required to inform parents about their child’s social, mental, emotional, or physical health, unless there are credible reasons to believe the parent is a threat to the child’s well-being. Reid is also in support of allowing parents to opt children out of activities or lessons they find offensive to their beliefs [3].


Reid believes that increasing state and local taxes to provide funding for schools and school facility projects should be assessed on a case-by-case basis. She believes that more funds should be allocated in situations where a district is being responsible with its funds and can prove a need for more funding. However, Reid believes that there needs to be a good source of accountability along with required transparency for every dollar provided [3].


Reid is opposed to implementing policies that would allow students and faculty to use restrooms, locker rooms, and showers that align with their gender identity [3].


Reid is opposed to teaching diversity equity, inclusion, social emotional learning, and critical race theory in schools. She believes that these should be replaced with American values. She supports transparency in the curriculum by requiring each public school to post all instruction materials for parents to see. She is against the mandating of sex education classes for 5th-12th grade students and wants to require signed permission from parents before participating in such [3].


Arizona Free Enterprise Club, AZ Women of Action PAC, and AZ Red Wave


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3 AZ Voter Guide
4 Fountain Hills Times
5 AZ Free Enterprise
6 AZ Women of Action PAC