John Adams for Ohio Secretary of State
Ohio Value Voters is proud to announce the endorsement of John Adams for Ohio Secretary of State.
John had a distinguished record of service in the United States Navy and was selected to serve as a Navy SEAL due to his hard work and service to his country. He served in Coronado, California as a SEAL and assisted in training tactical units in Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines.  Upon his honorable discharge from the Navy, John attended college and returned to Ohio to continue running a successful family business in his hometown of Celina. John and his wife Tara have seven children.
With his strong desire to serve, John was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives in 2007. He served eight years representing the people of the 85th House District. John is pro-life, supports marriage as only the union of one man and one woman, and is against Critical Race Theory and Comprehensive Sex Education being taught in Ohio Schools. 
Unlike the current Secretary of State, Frank LaRose, John is opposed to billionaires such as Mark Zuckerberg dumping millions of dollars into Ohio to influence our elections. The Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), received hundreds of millions of dollars from Mark Zuckerberg and his wife to influence the 2020 Presidential election. Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan invest $300 million in election infrastructure - Axios Secretary of State, Frank LaRose in the same article, was quoted with Michigan’s democrat Secretary of State praising the money coming to Ohio from CTCL:
“In a time when so much is changing round us, Americans need to know now more than ever how to make their voice heard in this fall’s election. That requires getting them information they need from trusted sources, and these dollars are going to go a long way to make that happen.” Frank LaRose
Ohio Value Voters asked this question of both candidates for Secretary of State:
“Do you feel it is appropriate to accept monies from billionaires like Mark Zuckerberg to help finance Ohio elections? Their responses: John Adams “No.” Frank LaRose did not answer the question. Frank LaRose did not answer any of the questions submitted by Ohio Value Voters.
The New York Post reported on October 13, 2021, that Mark Zuckerberg pumped $419 million into state elections throughout the country. Mark Zuckerberg spent $419M on nonprofits ahead of 2020 election — and got out the Dem vote (  
John Stover, President of Ohio Value Voters states, “It is difficult to understand, how Ohio’s elected republican officials are endorsing an individual for Secretary of State that stated publicly his support for accepting CTCL monies to influence Ohio’s 2020 Presidential election.”
Ohio Value Voters supports and strongly urges the election of John Adams for Secretary of State.

Thank you for your prayers and support.

John Stover, President

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