10 Jun ResponsibleOhio Says It Has 550,000 Signatures For Marijuana Amendment
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A campaign to legalize marijuana in Ohio is registering voters to boost its chances of qualifying for the November ballot.
More than 55,000 Ohioans who have signed ResponsibleOhio’s petition also completed a voter registration form, the group said Tuesday. More than 305,000 signatures of Ohio voters are required to get the issue on a statewide ballot.
“It is exciting to see so many people take an interest in this movement and register to vote,” ResponsibleOhio Executive Director Ian James said in a press release. “By data entering and cross-checking signatures against the voter file, we will pre-certify for the ballot and be well positioned to translate this early enthusiasm into votes at the ballot box.” [Read more at the Cleveland Plain Dealer]
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