We’ve Got Your Election Night Coverage!

Tuesday, November 6. Election Day. If you’re anything like us, you’ll be watching the news, reading about exit polls, and trying to figure out the results before the major networks make the call. But how are you going to keep track of all the marijuana-related issues on the ballot? That’s where we come in!

We’re going to be providing coverage of the various marijuana-related measures on the ballot on Facebook and Twitter, providing updates and results as they come in. So, if you haven’t already, please use the links below to ‘like’ our Facebook page and ‘follow’ us on Twitter. Please share these accounts with anyone you know who wants to be kept up to date on the latest results!

We’re just days away from making history! There’s still time to make a difference – please use this online phone bank tool from the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol to call Colorado voters and ask them to vote Yes on 64!

Also, if you’re looking for a simple summary of Colorado’s Amendment 64, as well as the latest polling data, be sure to check this out!

5 thoughts on “We’ve Got Your Election Night Coverage!”

  1. Wayne, I’ve seen people freak out while drinking too, doesn’t mean we need to prohibit all people from using it, nor is it ok to throw someone in a cage because they choose to ingest a substance of their choice.

  2. Wayne, even with all that considered, prohibition is still a terrible thing, because it criminalizes people who are not criminals, who use cannabis and do not cause problems for others. It’s a terrible waste of law enforcement money and prison space, not to mention the fact that the state govts. would benefit greatly from the tax revenue, especially right now.

  3. I believe strongly that marijuana needs to be legalized. I watched my dad drink himself to death and I myself was able to quit 25 years as an alcoholic by smoking weed. I love to smoke it and dont think anyone should be able to tell me not to. It can be harmful to some people but those are the ones that shouldnt use it. I hope I live long enough to see it legalized in this country. I would love to be able to go to the store and by some primo without having to worry that I will get arrested.

  4. I just wish Ga would legalize for medical use. Our lawmakers , or one in particular stated he would continue to vote against it no matter what voters want. We no longer have a constitution that’s followed in Ga. I realise most of the state wants it. We’re supposed to be doing the outdated testing, but our lawmakers want results hidden from the public. It’s the cure for cancer with the injections. We outlawed such type testing, and outlawed a cancer cure. It would cut our healthcare so far down. It would save our healthcare system 11million $$$ per person, per year. That’s why Europe’s healthcare system works and ours can’t. They’ve almost eradicated cancer with marijuana on the schedule 2 list, and since then, it funds more money into healthcare than what healthcare costs. Egypt, China, Japan, Europe and Canada are finding cancer cures! No wonder we have such a terrible healthcare rating. Our doctors are not allowed to help cure cancer. It also works in getting people off meth and alcohol addictions. These other countries are leaders in medical science. Our doctors learn much in Greece as most surgeons have this degree on their walls from Greece. They too, are finding cures for cancer. We’re not allowed. Obama thinks he knows more than the leading scientists in the world. I’d like to watch that debate!

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