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STAND FOR HEALTH FREEDOM (SHF) , a national organization dedicated to protecting basic human rights, constitutional rights and parental rights, endorsed Jim Renacci and Joe Knopp for Ohio’s next Governor and Lt. Governor.

“Jim Renacci has a record and a commitment to fight for the rights of Ohioans. When the federal government issues an order or guidance or other health policy, your governor can choose or refuse compliance. Jim Renacci will refuse  and stand up for individual rights. We believe Jim Renacci will defend and expand these rights for Ohio residents.” said Bailey Kuykendoll, SHF spokesperson.


SHF supports conservative, grassroots campaigns like Renacci/Knopp’s where constitutional rights are at risk. When New Jersey citizens were in jeopardy of losing their religious exemption to vaccination, SHF gathered and sent more than 80,000 emails directly to lawmakers who saw the immense opposition to the measure and ultimately stopped it from becoming law. SHF believes a similar effort will push Ohioans to vote Renacci/Knopp in the upcoming primary, and prevent an otherwise degradation of conservative values.

SHF has an estimated reach of one million advocates who, like Renacci and Knopp, are pro-medical freedom, pro-parental rights, and pro-constitution.

Jim Renacci responded “This endorsement is especially important to me. SHF thoroughly vets the campaigns they support. They know without a doubt that as Governor and Lt. Governor, Joe Knopp and I will fight for Ohioans, their medical freedom, and their constitutional rights.”

Author: Press Release

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