The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol in Colorado has announced a major signature push over the next two weeks in an attempt to get their marijuana law reform measure on the 2012 state ballot.
One of the backers of the measure – Sensible Colorado – sent out an email alert recently about the signature push and the “signature bomb” coming in October.
Takin’ it to the streets
The campaign has collected nearly half of the 145,000 signatures needed to qualify for the 2012 ballot, but to keep pace we need to kick it up a notch. We’re making a major push over the next two weeks to collect 10,000 signatures via volunteers and local businesses, culminating with a “Signature Bomb” on October 1st and 2nd. Our goal that weekend is to have volunteers out petitioning and local businesses asking every customer to sign throughout the weekend.
Anyone who collects at least 50 signatures will become an official member of the 2012 Street Team and receive a free Street Team T-shirt. We’ll also be having a pizza party in Denver on Sunday, October 2, for those who have collected 50 or more. Details will be provided to Street Team members next week.
If you want to participate but do not have a petition, or if you need another, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) with your name, address, and phone number so we can get you one right away. If you already have a petition but have yet to fill, we hope you’ll get out there over the next week and help make the Signature Bomb a success.
This initiative presents the best chance in history to make marijuana legal, and you can help make it all possible by collecting the signatures needed to get it on the ballot. We’re about halfway there, but we’re not going to reach our goal of finishing by the end of October without assistance from people like you. So please get involved today, participate in the Signature Bomb, and be a part of making history in 2012!
If you can about marijuana law reform on Colorado and you support the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, then this is a perfect chance to help out.
It is up to the activists of the cannabis law reform movement to get the word out, and get measures like this one on the ballot.
Freedom only comes to those willing to work for it.