Bringing Citizens Together to End Cannabis Prohibition

We're up next


Alaska, Oregon, Washington, D.C. and Guam voted to legalize cannabis yesterday.

Congratulations to the organizers on the ground for these historic victories! They, along with organizers in Colorado and Washington state, have led the way.

Now's it our time to change the course of the cannabis movement across the country, and around the world, by legalizing it here in California.

In the next general election — 733 days from now — Californians will vote on an initiative to legalize cannabis. There's so much that we need to do between then and now to put our movement in a position to follow in the footsteps of Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, Washington state and Washington, D.C.

One lesson from these successful campaigns is that they got started early; doing the hard work of building a movement of supporters, introducing an initiative that everyone could get behind, and then making the case for legalization over and over again in the months leading up to the vote.

If we want to win, we have to get to work. Right now, we're putting together our campaign plan and I need to know if you're with us. Please take this survey to help us understand what you want to see in an initiative, whether you'd be willing to volunteer, etc.

Take 30 sections to fill out a survey that will help us formulate the campaign needed to be successful in just 733 days.

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Bringing Citizens Together to End Cannabis Prohibition

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