Meet Jack

Jack Smith is a longtime resident of Prescott Valley. He was elected to the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors in 2012 and served 7 years before accepting an appointment by President Donald Trump to serve as the USDA State Director of Rural Development.”


A committed conservative, Jack fought tirelessly for his constituents as a member of Yavapai County Board of Supervisors and took the lead in pushing for transparency and effective conservative policies for Yavapai County. While serving in President Trump’s administration, Jack was a strong advocate for rural Arizona. He led the way in the fight to strengthen rural Arizona’s economy and bring new jobs to our communities.


As a strong defender of rural Arizona and our way of life, Jack has consistently stood with the residents of rural Arizona against federal government overreach. As our Congressman, Jack will use his background and experience to always fight for our shared conservative values.


Jack is a veteran of the United States Army where he served as a military policeman. Today, he is the Risk and Safety Manager at Yavapai College. Jack and his wife Diane are the proud parents of Trace and Zack. Together they attend Heights Church in Prescott.