62% of California Likely to Support “Regulate Marijuana Like Wine”
This bill takes care of the problems found in Prop. 19. However, unlike Prop. 19 this bill does not have the financial support that easily got the 2010 bill on the ballot. A recent poll in California shows that 62% of voters are likely to support an initiative to regulate marijuana like alcohol. If we can get “Regulate Marijuana Like Wine” on the ballot in November it is very likely to pass. What is needed is funding for a petition drive; with half a million signatures needed.
Regulate Marijuana Like Wine Needs 505,000 qualified signatures by March 20, 2012
It is time for us to seriously focus on the job at hand – gathering signatures. We have until March 20th to gather the required 505,000 valid signatures and that is the name of the game for us right now. Of course, it is also critical that we continue to receive donations, since even volunteer efforts have hard costs to cover.
As a cancer survivor, I know that miracles are possible, even against seemingly impossible odds. Let’s work together to qualify this measure, which is so desperately needed by all who value their freedom.
Chief Officer and Campaign Manager
Regulate Marijuana Like Wine
In order to secure ballot access the Regulate Marijuana Like Wine Act will need to collect a safe number over the 505,000 required signatures (due to errors while signing and the average number of unaccepted signatures during a standard petition process). I talked to a professional signature gatherer who said in California that is likely to mean roughly 700,000 signatures. I’m not sure exactly how many signatures the initiative team has gathered, but it is without a doubt that they need help.
This could be through donations:http://regulatemarijuanalikewine.com/donate/
Or through actual volunteer work collecting signatures: http://regulatemarijuanalikewine.com/contact/