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Doug Wade leads the Great State of Ohio

In addition to being the Ohio Representative for Restore Liberty, Doug Wade runs a social media and video network, PureSocial.

America was built upon a foundation of fundamental rights that include freedom of religion, due process of law, freedom of assembly and free speech. The latter is under attack by technology giants that are focused on censorship of conservative viewpoints. Recognizing this, Doug Wade spearheaded the launch of PureSocial, a social media network that gives control of news content into the hands of the people.

“The credibility of the mainstream press is at an all-time low. Today we are being bombarded with mass amounts of information online, through television, movies, news and magazines,” Wade said. “You only have so much time in the day to get up to speed on what’s important to you, so why sift through post after post of nonsense and fake news, when you just want the truth?

“Our policy is that everyone has a voice, those on the left, those on the right and everyone in-between,” Wade added. “Everyone’s voice will be heard through the power of the vote with our Crowdscore™ rating system, creating accountability, fostering diversity of thought and keeping our communications open and free.”

A Dayton native who now lives in Sugarcreek Township, Wade graduated from Meadowdale High School, earned a college degree in visual communication and has worked for advertising agencies in design, illustration, marketing, and web design and development.

In 2020, he launched PureSocial, which had been in development for three years.

“We are blessed to be able to disseminate the information that big tech seeks to suppress from the American public,” Wade said. “It is important for everyone to do what they can, according to their skills, to fight against the suppression that we now see in this country.”

PureSocial includes:



Most Pressing Issues in Ohio

Special Election August 8

Issue 1 asks voters if Ohio should “Require that any proposed amendment to the Constitution of the State of Ohio (by the General Assembly or by Citizen-led ballot initiative) receive the approval of at least 60 percent of eligible voters voting on the proposed amendment.”

The intention of the “ballot initiative” process was to have Ohioans amend their own Constitution. Unfortunately, in recent years, we have seen big money interests from outside of Ohio use the ballot initiative process in off-year elections to change the Constitution to benefit their self-interests. The question begs to be asked, “Should interests from outside of Ohio be able to change the Ohio Constitution?”

November 7 Election

The Ohio Reproductive Rights Amendment – an end to Chivalry and Parental Rights in Ohio

If enough petitions are gathered – the Reproductive Rights Ballot Initiative will be up for consideration on November 7th. We need as many pro-life Christians to show up as possible and vote just in case the forces of evil are successful.

We are facing a critical challenge with the Reproductive Rights Ballot Initiative, which poses a grave threat to our conservative values, parental rights, and the well-being of our children. We implore pastors, as faithful shepherds, to rally your congregations and take a stand against this harmful amendment that expands abortion, strips away parental decision-making, and perpetuates the erosion of our moral foundations.

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