2020 Election

Ohio Advocates for Medical Freedom works hard each election year to survey the medical freedom positions of as many candidates as possible. So far this election, OAMF volunteers have reached out to nearly 350 Congressional, Ohio Senate, and Ohio House candidates. Of these candidates, we received responses from 108 candidates, and 81 are listed as OAMF “verified candidates”.

Being an OAMF Verified Candidate means that the candidate has indicated to our volunteers that they support Ohioan’s rights to medical freedom, including the right to informed medical consent for the individual to freely accept or decline, without coercion, medical procedures or pharmaceutical products that carry risk of injury or death, including but not limited to vaccination, surgery, prescribed drugs, and medical devices.

So join us in applauding these brave people who are running for office with a good understanding of the issues and who will champion your right to freely accept or decline all medical products and procedures — for yourself and your children. Because there is risk, and there must be choice.

For additional info on candidates running in your district and their medical freedom stance, please checkout our Facebook visual voting guide.

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