After voters in Santa Fe and Bernalillo Counties overwhelmingly approved ballot questions supporting the decriminalization of marijuana, our campaign is moving forward to put voter wishes into action.
"Get ready for some marijuana legislation next year" - Santa Fe Reporter, Nov. 2014
Yes votes in Bernalillo County outnumbered no votes 59 to 40 percent. In Santa Fe, voters approved the measure 73 percent to 26 percent.
New Mexico State Senator Joseph Cervantes Introduces Bill to Reduce
Penalties for Possession of Small Amounts of Marijuana
DPA: Reducing Marijuana Penalties will Improve Lives, Save Taxpayer's
Dollars and Significantly Reduce the Burden on Law Enforcement Resource
You did it!
After months of organizing, petition gathering, legal fights and scrappy campaigning voters in both Bernalillo and Santa Fe Counties sent a clear message to elected leaders: End criminal penalties for marijuana possession.
Can you believe this is it? There are only two more days of Early Voting left. Now’s the time for us to win this campaign and show our elected leaders that Bernalillo and Santa Fe Counties are ready for marijuana decriminalization.Today - Saturday, Nov. 1 - is the last days to Early Vote
Find an Early Vote location near you hereElection Day is Tuesday, Nov. 4 – Polls will be open 7am to 7pWe put sample ballots online (here) so you can find the Marijuana Question before you go.
Voters are heading to the polls to vote for Marijuana Decriminalization on their ballots!
Before you go, take a peek at your ballot so you know where the find the Marijuana question.
Local IQ devoted an entire issue to cannabis and it hit newsstands October 16th.
Read the full issue embedded here or online at LocalIQ.com
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