Selina Bliss was born in Wagner, South Dakota and earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Arizona State University in 1984, a master’s degree in nursing from Arizona State University, and a doctorate in nursing education from Capella University in 2014. She has spent her time advocating in various organizations such as the National Federation of Republican Women, the Arizona Federation of Republican Women, the Yavapai GOP Nominating Committee, Center of Arizona Policy, the American Nurses Association, President of the Arizona Nurses Association, and member of the National League for Nursing (NLN) and NLN Arizona Constituency League. She is a strong activist, especially in conservative movement groups that support causes such as small businesses, promoting values of life, marriage and family, and religious freedom, as well as gun rights, demonstrated by her membership in the National Rifle Association, the Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association, the Arizona Citizens Defense League, and The Well-Armed Woman.
Seeks to preserve religious freedoms.
Wants to increase military strength
Bliss believes in upholding the Second Amendment.
Supports school choice.
Wants to reduce the tax burden and decrease government regulation.
Believes in a strong border and wants to stop illegal immigration.
Bliss has endorsements from Arizona Nurses Association PAC, Stand for Children, Greater Phoenix Chamber, Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Arizona Association of Realtors, Arizona Technology Council, Arizona Multihousing Association, Arizona Academy of Family Physicians, Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association, and Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona. Her spouse, Scott Bliss, and parents, Donald and Connie Sheh, also helped finance her campaign.