How to Vote
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President of the United States
What They Do: Commander in Chief of the military, oversees the national government, can sign or veto bills from Congress
What They Do: Upholds Montana’s Constitution, implements state laws and oversees the executive branch. Serves on the State Land Board.
Representative to US Congress - Statewide
What They Do: Represents Montanans at the federal level and votes on laws and budgets.
Secretary of State
What They Do: Oversees Montana's election system, maintains state records. Serves on the State Land Board.
Superintendent of Public Schools
What They Do: Ensures that all K-12 public schools and districts are meeting state requirements. Serves on the State Land Board.
What They Do: Acts as Montana’s Department of Justice Director and gives legal opinions throughout state government. Serves on the State Land Board.
What They Do: Protects Montanans from insurance or financial fraud and scams. Serves on the State Land Board.
Supreme Court Justice #3
What They Do: Reviews cases from Montana’s district courts that have been appealed and acts as the final arbiter of state law and the Montana constitution.
Statewide Ballot Measures
MT Medical Marijuana Initiative (I-182)
I-182 repeals the limit of 3 patients for each licensed provider. It also would get rid of the requirement that physicians who provide certifications for 25 or more patients annually be referred to the board of medical examiners. Finally, it would take away the authority of police to conduct unannounced inspections of medical marijuana facilities and require annual inspections by the State.
A Yes Vote Means
Medical marijuana would be more accessible to those Montanans who have prescriptions. Providers and physicians would have fewer risks in growing, dispensing and transporting medical marijuana.
Who Says Yes:
- Montana Citizens for I-182
- Montana Cannabis Industry Association
A No Vote Means
Providers would continue to be limited to 3 patients and physicians who provide prescriptions to 25 or more patients annually would be referred to the board of medical examiners.
Who Says No:
- Safe Montana
Voter Information Specific To Your Area
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