Contact FreedomWorks

400 North Capitol Street, NW
Suite 765
Washington, DC 20001

  • Toll Free 1.888.564.6273
  • Local 202.783.3870

Blog

    FreedomWorks Fighting for Issues 2 & 3 in Ohio

    Yes on 2 & 3 Yard SignPledge to Vote YES on Issues 2 & 3

    FreedomWorks and our local tea party allies in Ohio are teaming up to support Governor Kasich's union reform agenda and stop ObamaCare in its tracks this November by urging our members to vote YES on Ballot Issues 2 & 3.

    When SB 5 was passed last spring, it helped balance Ohio's budget by giving local governments desperately-needed flexibility to renegotiate certain aspects of public sector union contracts. It also introduced a system of merit pay for public employees, while asking them to contribute a small percentage of their income to their own benefit and pension plans.

    Voting YES on Issues 2 & 3 will keep these reforms in place, and pass Ohio's own version of the Health Care Freedom Act, both of which are vital to improving the business climate in Ohio and bringing private sector jobs back to the state.

    Click HERE to download your absentee ballot and vote YES on Issues 2 & 3 today. Unsure where to mail in your ballot? Click HERE for the address of your local Board of Elections.

    To show that we stand with Ohioans, FreedomWorks and our allies have launched a grassroots campaign to educate voters on the importance of Issues 2 & 3.

    We have distributed tens of thousands of "YES on Issues 2 & 3" door hangers and yard signs so far, with more on the way.

    FreedomWorks has also created door hangers that can be downloaded and printed at home. Go HERE to download and print your own.

    We're also looking forward to participating in other events around the state between now and November. If you would like to help organize or host an event in your city, please let us know by emailing dspielman@freedomworks.org.

    It's important to remember that this fight isn't just about Issues 2 & 3. It's about sending a message to public servants everywhere that government exists to serve the people, not the other way around.

    Pledge to Vote YES on Issues 2 & 3
    3 comments
    Patrick Gooch
    10/20/2011

    Where do I get yard signs?

    free66
    01/07/2012

    I would agree with your views that every program should be made in terms with taking to consideration of the people who would benefit from it. Health Care Freedom Act is a good one if its tailored something like which the people would be easy to use and attain. For example : <a href="http://www.hccmis.com/short-term-medical-insurance/">short term medical insurance</a> . Ohio should fight hard for their success.

    Michele Costello
    10/30/2011

    I want yard signs

    Pages