- Category: Latest National News
- Published on Tuesday, 06 November 2012 11:54
- Written by Johnny Green
2012 Marijuana Election Night Coverage
OREGON--(ENEWSPF)--November 6, 2012. Please join us on The Russ Belville Show this Election Night 2012 for live coverage of the most important votes in marijuana law reform history. Coverage begins at 4pm Pacific Time on http://radicalruss.com, http://theweedblog.com, http://mikecann.net, and through http://www.ustream.tv/channel/radicalruss on your browser, tablet, and smartphone. We’ll run through 9pm Pacific (at least) as polls close across the time zones.
|State Vote||Polls Close||Subject||Reporter|
|Massachusetts Question 3||5:00pm Pacific||Medical Marijuana||Mike Cann in Boston|
|Michigan (Four Cities)||5:00pm Pacific||Decrim and Low Priority||TBA|
|Arkansas Issue 5||5:30pm Pacific||Medical Marijuana||TBA|
|Colorado Amendment 64||6:00pm Pacific||Marijuana Legalization||Karri Gallaugher in Denver|
|Montana Referendum 124||7:00pm Pacific||Restore Medical Marijuana||Heather Morris in Helena|
|Oregon Measure 80||8:00pm Pacific||Marijuana Legalization||Kaliko Castille in Portland|
|Washington Initiative 502||8:00pm Pacific||Marijuana Legalization||Russ Belville in Seattle|
Our internet stream will include live video reports from campaign headquarters in Seattle, Portland, and Denver, where voters in Washington, Oregon, and Colorado will be voting on statewide marijuana legalization. We’ll also get reports from Little Rock and Boston, where voters in Arkansas and Massachusetts are deciding whether to enact medical marijuana laws. Plus we’ll have reports from Helena, Montana, on the referendum to reject new medical marijuana restrictions, and from Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids, and Ypsilanti, Michigan, where voters are deciding municipal initiatives to decriminalize marijuana or make it the lowest police law enforcement priority.
In 2010, our live coverage from Oaksterdam for the Prop 19 legalization vote brought in a total of 50,000 live views and a peak of 5,000 as polls closed in California. This year, with four time zones of poll closures and six statewide marijuana votes, viewership will skyrocket.