Free Ohio Now
Fighting the New Normal
Contact: Thomas Hach at firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE OHIO NOW WORKS WITH COUNTY LEADERS TO ORGANIZE AND PROMOTE TRUMP TRAINS AND TRUMP SIGN AND FLAG WAVES
Cleveland, Ohio, October, 2020 – Since its founding earlier this year, Free Ohio Now has worked tirelessly to promote the rule of law and to restore the rights of Ohioans under the Ohio and Federal Constitutions. We did this by organizing and promoting rallies against the unconstitutional March shutdown, advocating for the regular start of school in Ohio as well as for in-person voting on election day, November 3.
In essence , Free Ohio Now is ‘Fighting the New Normal’, and every aspect of this fight has a political dimension to it, and all of them are impacted by the upcoming presidential election on November 3. Although there are two major candidates running for president, the team at Free Ohio Now have tried to take the personalities out of the equation and looked at where the parties would take our country. Based on our belief in individual rights, individual responsibility and that the rule of law should be applied equally, we are of the opinion the Republican platform best aligns with our principles.
JOIN US: To support the implementation of the Republican platform, Free Ohio Now will work through our network of leaders in counties throughout Ohio to organize Trump Trains and Trump sign and flag waving events from now through November 3. Trump Trains are convoys of cars and trucks which are decked out with Trump flags and positive messages which then travel around their respective counties to increase enthusiasm for President Trump and ultimately for the Republican platform. Beyond promoting its own events, Free Ohio Now will actively promote Trump events organized by other people or groups. Times and dates of these events can be found at freeohionow.com, which should be reviewed regularly to get the latest information.
Free Ohio Now asks that all rally participants to use their personal discretion in adhering to recommended COVID-19 safety guidelines. This is especially important for those who may be at high-risk.