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Dr. John Witcher

Mississippi Freedom Fighter

Dr. John Witcher's upbringing in a Christian household has deeply influenced his core values. His parents were devout Christians who lived their lives centered around the Church. Dr. Witcher shares their beliefs in ministry and missions, and actively serves on the board of Salt and Light Honduras while traveling there each year for medical missions. He also serves as a deacon at First Baptist Church of Fannin.

Growing up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Dr. Witcher attended St. Martin School and graduated in 1984. He is a seventh-generation Mississippian on both sides of his family, with roots in Yazoo City and Tupelo.

After starting his career as an electrical engineer managing multi-million dollar projects, Dr. Witcher decided to go back to school to become a doctor. He graduated from medical school in 1995 and has worked as a family physician and ER doctor in underserved areas throughout Mississippi for the past 25 years.

Dr. Witcher has worked tirelessly to protect patients' rights and push back against federal mandates. He believes that everyone has the fundamental rights of a Patient Bill of Rights, informed consent, and free speech.

Dr. John Witcher
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