Federal Election 2022

VOTE 1 LEGALISE CANNABIS AUSTRALIA

The private and peaceful protest vote for the personal use of Cannabis.

Look for the leaf on the Senate Ballot Paper at the next federal election.

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HOW TO VOTE – On the wide & white Senate Ballot Paper.

Look for the leaf
1 Write the number 1 in the box
? Choose six boxes above the line
2 3 4 5 6 Number them in the order that you like

SENATE VOTING

Above the line
Number at least 6 boxes for parties or groups in the order of your choice (with number 1 as your first choice).

Below the line
Number at least 12 boxes for individual candidates in the order of your choice (with number 1 as your first choice).

You can number as many additional boxes as you choose when voting either above the line (i.e. more than six boxes) or below the line (i.e. more than twelve boxes).

Practice Senate voting.


Party Policies:

Many voters don’t know about the Legalise Party. Some ask about our other policies or want to know about our opinion on issues other than Cannabis.

Officially we have no other policies but, Cannabis legalisation will have far reaching consequences for the whole planet.

When tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is declassified there will be freedom for a plant that once was the most widely used for everything including food and shelter.

Petrochemical, coal, cotton, wood-pulp, soy bean, pharmaceuticals, alcohol and other industries will have to compete with Cannabis after prohibition is repealed.

Relaxing the laws for ‘hemp’ will make it easier to cultivate and help offset the effects of climate change.

Preferences:

On the large white senate ballot paper we say vote 1 Legalise and choose 6 parties above the line to number them in the order that you like.

Sounds easy, but there are too many ways to upset voters by telling them how to vote and encouraging people to think for themselves is healthy for democracy.

how-to-vote


Other Party Policy for Cannabis Legalisation

Where do the parties stand on drugs? Well, here’s a quick rundown:

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