Marte Wants Religious Exemption to Vaccination Back!
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“This country was founded with the main intention of having religious freedoms. We should respect individuals who for religious reasons want to protect their bodies. Furthermore, we should increase education in schools to promote healthy lifestyles to naturally increase our immune systems” — Andy Marte, candidate for State Senator in Brooklyn, NY
February 3, 2020 – The Democrats who voted to get rid of the Religious Exemption to vaccination keep getting challenged by candidates who support Religious Freedom, Health Freedom and Vaccine Choice.
The latest on the list is Julia Salazar in Brooklyn who is being challenged by Andy Marte. Salazar’s voting record when it comes to vaccination is horrendous. She voted to repeal the Religious Exemption to vaccination twice – once in the Senate Health Committee and once on the floor of the Senate. She also voted YES in the Senate Health Committee to allowing 9-year-old children to be vaccinated for STDs in school without parental knowledge or consent.
Based on the quote Andy Marte just emailed me at the top of this report, I suspect he will have none of that.
Marte is challenging Salazar in the upcoming Democratic primary election and is a formidable candidate. He has experience in New York politics as well as working in the non-profit sector, and he is a life-long resident of Brooklyn. According to Kings County Politics, “Bushwick native Andy Marte (is) to challenge Senator Julia Salazar for her seat representing the 18th district, which covers Bushwick, Cypress Hills, Greenpoint, Williamsburg and parts of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brownsville and East New York.
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