We the People Indian River County is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization. We defend the inalienable rights guaranteed to us by the Constitution of the United States of America. We hold demonstrations through peaceful rallies and protests. We speak loudly to support and maintain our constitutional rights. Many of our forefathers paid the ultimate price to ensure the freedom of all men and women. Stand with us!
We Advocate, Educate, and Demonstrate (A.E.D.) for religious freedom, parental rights, the right to assemble, personal health, personal liberties, law enforcement, and our Constitution, to name a few.
Meet the Board
Since 2020, Chris Allen has been actively involved in local and state politics as well as advocating for inalienable rights such as medical freedom and parental rights. Varying COVID-19 protocols from state to state and county to county opened her eyes to the importance of local government and elections. From County Commissioner to School Board meetings, Chris Allen has spoken in favor of personal liberties as well as the rule of law. She is a wife, mother, and Indian River County resident since 2014.
Jennifer Pippin is a wife, mother to two teenagers, and Indian River County resident since graduating high school in 2003. She realized with COVID-19, parental rights don’t stop at the classroom door and medical mandates are unlawful! So in mid 2020, she and others came together to form We the People Indian River and gained more membership and traction to follow the laws, statutes and constitution.
Richard "Rick" Allen
Rick Allen is a Constitutionally-minded, loving husband (to Chris Allen), father of four, and an Indian River County resident since 2012. He is Pro-Life, Pro-gun, Pro-religious liberty, Pro-business, Pro-family, and Pro-volunteerism. He does not support any anti-liberty laws.