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Medical Freedom

What you choose to put in or on your body or your children’s body is up to you. Government at all levels, NGOs, businesses, and schools have no right to mandate what you put in or on your body. Mandates are not lawful. Jo Rae Perkins supports your right to say no.

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Julie Williams

I am filling out my ballot to send in by Monday, May 9, 2022, and need some clarification.

While Candidate Perkins is personally Pro-life, does her support of “Freedom of Choice” include supporting laws allowing women to obtain an abortion in Oregon? (I am studying her write up in the Oregon Voters Pamphlet under the title “Medical Freedom”).

Secondly, how long has she been a resident if Oregon? If fewer than 20 years, please provide her residency history over the age of 20.

Very Truly Yours,
Julie Williams
Bend Oregon

    Jo Rae Perkins

    Hi Julie,
    I have lived in Oregon since 1975. We chose to live in Oregon. Moved here when I was 19.
    I am 100% pro-life and I support freedom of life. I support the right to choose to be vaccinated or not vaccinated, the freedom the wear a mask or not wear a mask.
    The choice to abort a baby is the decision to end an innocent life. I support the choice to choose adoption if a woman finds herself in a situation where she feels she cannot properly care for and raise a child.
    Every one of the U.S. Senate candidates to my knowledge are pro-life.
    I support the draft position of the U.S. Supreme Court. It is a state decision and up to the voters in Oregon to decide if abortion, the taking of an innocent life, is what they want. Oregon is the first state to approve abortion for any reason up to the moment of birth. That is 100% wrong.
    I will always fight for the protection of the lives of the pre-born babies.

    Thank you for asking,
    Jo Rae Perkins

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