Hello, I'm Tiffany Alison. I'm a long time supporter of the east Des Moines and Pleasant Hill communities and an 18 year resident of House District 31. I'm very much just a normal neighbor, co-worker and citizen who decided to run for public office in order to better serve my community. I believe all citizens should be included, respected and heard.  

I have spent the past six years  passionately advocating for victims of violent crime and safer communities. I feel at this time it has become necessary for me to broaden the base of people I represent and further my efforts to include the issues that are important to them. I have a proven track record of addressing community needs and getting things accomplished. I look forward to advocating for the constituents of House District 31 and hope you will choose me to be the candidate that you support in the Primary on June 5th.

Community Involvement / Honors

Iowa Organization for Victim Assistance, Board Member (2012-Present)
Domestic Abuse Coordinating Council, Board Member (2012 - Present)

 Take Back The Night, Planning Committee Member (2013 - Present)
Warren County Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Board Member (2015 - Present)
Victim Advisory Council, Member (2017 - Present)
Public Safety Advisory Board, Governor Branstad Appointee (2017)
Criminal & Juvenile Justice Planning Committee, Governor Branstad Appointee (2017)

 Public Safety Advisory Board, Governor Reynolds Appointee (2018)  Criminal & Juvenile Justice Planning Committee, Governor Reynolds  Appointee (2018) 


AllState Foundation Purple Purse Award  -  April 2017

For Outstanding Work To End Domestic ViolenceThrough Financial Empowerment

Wayne McCracken Memorial Award - April 2016

 Dedication in Service to Victims, Families and Communities Affected by Domestic Violence 

Crime Fighter Award for Community Service - October 2015

 For Work Towards Ending Violence Against Women and Supporting Victims of Violent Crime 

John & Kay Egan Victim Justice Award - April 2015

 For Excellence in Service to Victims of Crime in the State of Iowa