Preston Wren for State Representative District 106

Stand for Health Freedom Endorses Preston Wren for State Representative District 106

Health freedom “means that the state cannot interfere with the liberties of an individual seeking assistance for their own care,” said Preston Wren. “It also means that the state cannot circumvent the will of the parents regarding health decisions for their children.”

Preston Wren is running for Georgia State House in District 106 and recently supported the Unmask Georgia Students Bill. “The Unmask Georgia Students Bill is a great step in helping preserve parental rights,” said Wren.

“Proudly supporting parents’ rights at the Capitol today!” Wren posted as he attended the signing of the bill by Gov. Brian Kemp.

Stand for Health Freedom supports candidates who make and protect policy to support individual and family choice in matters of health and bodily autonomy. We believe Preston Wren will defend and expand these rights for Georgia residents.

VHF Endorsements RankMath State House 15

Georgians, be sure to bookmark your state page with this link, as your Voters’ Guide is coming out soon. For more information about Vote for Health Freedom go to our VHF Homepage here. If you are you new to Stand for Health Freedom, learn about who we are here. We will be updating this information until election day, so keep checking back for additional information and intel.

Steps You Can Take

Step One: Support Preston Wren for State Representative District 106 by joining him on his website here.

Step Two: Use your voice to tell your governor and local legislators that COVID-19 vaccines must be voluntary! Personal choice, not public pressure or coercion, must be the only factor in getting a vaccine.
Step Three: If you appreciate the work we are doing here, please support us. We are 100% donor funded, by health freedom loving advocates like you.
Step Four: Stand for Health Freedom is now vetting and supporting other health freedom loving political candidates. Please reach out to your favorite candidates and ask them to fill out our survey in the button below.
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