"Supports...treating [cannabis] the same as any other agricultural commodity." Chico News
A representative from her campaign headquarters responded to a survey from Cal NORML: "Audrey supports decriminalizing marijuana use and removing it from the Schedule 1 federal drug list."
Denney previously challenged incumbent Doug LaMalfa in 2018 and appears to be the strongest candidate to beat him in 2020. From January to September in 2019, Denney brought in about $599,000 in campaign contributions compared to $445,000 for LaMalfa.
Candidate in race for U.S. House District 1
Audrey spent her childhood on her family’s farm and ranch in Central California. They grew hay and wine grapes and raised beef cattle and draft horses. Her father was a Vietnam veteran and her mother was a leader in their church. Growing up this way instilled in Audrey a strong work ethic and a respect for land and natural resources, which she has carried with her throughout her education and career.
131 West 1st Street
Chico, CA 95928