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Want to know where elected officials stand on cannabis legalization?

HeadCount.org’s Cannabis Voter Project makes it easy to find out and take action.

Ask your state lawmakers where they stand on cannabis reform.

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GET STATE-BY-STATE INFO

Some members of Congress think cannabis users should be in jail. Others think recreational cannabis should be legalized across America. Look up where your Congressional representatives stand on cannabis legalization, see what states have ballot issues related to cannabis regulations and learn how your VOTE can impact policy.

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TAKE ACTION

You can make a difference on cannabis policy by voting and taking action. Here are some citizen actions from the leading organizations in the cannabis policy reform movement. Hold politicians accountable and make your voice heard.

EMAIL YOUR STATE LAWMAKERS

Want to know where your state lawmakers stand on cannabis? Just ask! Our tool makes it as easy as possible.

CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVE

This Marijuana Policy Project site provides everything you need to give your congressional reps a call.

NORML makes it easy for you to write your elected officials about cannabis-related legislation. 

NORML

NORML is the largest grassroots organization working to reform cannabis laws. Connect with a chapter in your area, or start a new one.

STUDENTS FOR SENSIBLE
DRUG POLICY

SSDP is an international network of students working to reform drug policy. Connect with a chapter at your school, or start a new one. 

 

Get action alerts from the NCIA, a trade organization that represents thousands of businesses and professionals in the cannabis industry.

GET ELECTION ALERTS

Get updates about the election and what’s happening with cannabis legalization in your state.

CANNABIS MEDIA

Want the latest news on marijuana legalization and how elections and government are shaping cannabis policy?

Want to be an informed voter? Check out these leading cannabis media sources recommended by the Cannabis Voter Project.

CANNABIS POLICY REFORM ORGANIZATIONS

The legalization revolution didn’t happen on its own. Advocacy groups got organized, drafted ballot measures and got the “green vote” out to the polls. Here are some of the leading non-profit organizations that the Cannabis Voter Project encourages you to check out.