Are you feeling the Bern? Do you want to hump Trump into the White House? Or are the Clintons more your cup of tea?
You can cast your vote of support for the candidate of your choice as Michigan’s primary elections will be held on March 8th. If you’re not already registered to vote and want to support an underdog or dump on Trump, your last chance to sign up is February 8.
Learn more about the presidential candidates and their positions on marijuana law reform by visiting the Marijuana Policy Project’s webpage WHERE DO THEY STAND ON MARIJUANA POLICY.
The state’s grassroots initiative to legalize marijuana for adult use in Michigan has announced March 8 as a major petitioning day, with volunteers asked to legally petition at polling places. See their press release for more details; the organization’s website is HERE.
Also voting in a primary on the same day are residents of Idaho and Mississippi.
The Michigan Secretary of State’s webpage devoted to voter registrations is HERE.
The Democratic slate contains candidates Hillary Rodham Clinton, Rocky De La Fuente Guerra, Martin Joseph O’Malley, and Bernie Sanders.
Democratic state District Convention will be held on Saturday May 21, with the state Central Committee Meeting and Convention on Saturday, June 11.
The Republican slate contains candidates Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina, Lindsey Graham, Mike Huckabee, John Kasich, George Pataki, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Rick Santorum and Donald Trump.
Republican County Conventions will take place on March 22, with Congressional District Caucuses on April 8 and the State Convention on April 9.
Source: The Compassion Chronicles