Annie Loyd

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Annie Loyd was an independent candidate for the 3rd Congressional District of Arizona.

Annie Loyd was an independent candidate in the 2008 congressional elections for the 3rd Congressional District (map) of Arizona. She was challenging incumbent Rep. John Shadegg (R-Ariz.).


Positions, record and controversies


2008 elections

Loyd was conducting an independent bid to challenge Rep. John Shadegg (R-Ariz.) in the 2008 congressional elections.[1][2]

Loyd was born in South Dakota and moved to California where she ran a 82 bedroom youth facility. During the Rodney King riots Loyd organized the facility comprised of troubled youth to a peaceful protest against the incident. A resident for over 50 years of Phoenix and a long time social and political activist Loyd also founded "one planet" magazine. The online publication has a growing support base and follows her political career by advocating cooperation in dealing with social issues. As a publisher for "one planet" magazine, a construction company owner and activist, Loyd has been deeply involved in her community.

Money in politics

Information on this candidate's 2008 fundraising is not yet available. Stay tuned for live feeds of data from the Center for Responsive Politics' site.

Committees and affiliations


Loyd will be assigned committees if and when she is elected to Congress.


One Planet Magazine

More background data


Official Loyd for Congress Web site

Annie Loyd for Congress
PO Box 55386
Phoenix, Arizona 85078

Articles and resources

See also


  1. 2008 Race Tracker page on Arizona’s 3rd Congressional District
  2. Luige del Puerto, "Up Close: Annie Loyd, independent candidate, 3rd Congressional District", Arizona Capitol Times, August 17, 2007.

External resources

External articles