Sensible Voter Guide: Marijuana on the Ballot in Colorado







 "Sensible" Voter Guide 

Which cities are voting to ban dispensaries? 

Which candidates support marijuana reform? 

Find out below!


Candidates Stance on Marijuana

See SAFER's candidate survey HERE.

Municipalities Voting on Marijuana Issues

Counties: Alamosa, Broomfield, Conejos, Costilla, Custer, Douglas, El Paso (Contact: 719 213 3993 or HERE), Eagle (Contact: EMBA, 970-569-3701), Las Animas, Mesa (Contact: 970 270 8394, [email protected]), Moffat, Montrose, Otero, Park, and Washington.

Cities:   Aurora, Federal Heights, Jamestown, Broomfield,  Antonito, Sugar City, Paonia, Lone Tree, Castle Pines, Minturn, Elizabeth,  Ramah, Fountain, Granby, Fraser, Hot Sulphur Springs, Town of Lake City, Loveland, Windsor (Contact: 970-222-5555, [email protected] ), De Beque, Dinosaur, Olathe, Hill Rose, La Junta, City of Ouray, Pueblo, Akron, and Otis. 

Other Issues

California is currently voting to regulate marijuana for adults over 21 statewide.  Learn about the campaign HERE.

In Colorado, Prop. 102 seeks to fill the jails with mid-level drug offenders, by denying them reasonable bond.  Learn more HERE.

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