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Senate
C
Dianne Feinstein (D)
Long-time opponent of legal marijuana and advocate for strict drug law enforcement; opposed Prop 215 and 64; advocated tougher laws and penalties for users. Opposed relaxation of federal laws until this year, when she reversed position after opponent announced support for marijuana reform. Now supports STATES Act by Warren and Gardner.
Governor
Congressional District 1
F
Doug LaMalfa (R)
Has consistently opposed cannabis reform bills in state legislature and Congress.
Congressional District 2
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A
Tom McClintock (R)
A hard-core small-government conservative, McClintock has taken a libertarian line on marijuana laws. Sponsored amendment to stop DOJ from interfering in state adult-use legalization laws.
Congressional District 5
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Congressional District 7
B
Ami Bera (D)
An MD, Dr. Bera is a strong advocate for medical marijuana but isn't quite on board with recreational.
Congressional District 8
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Congressional District 13
A+
Barbara Lee (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
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Congressional District 17
A+
Ro Khanna (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Tweets frequently in favor of drug war reform.
Congressional District 18
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Congressional District 23
F
Kevin McCarthy (R)
If the Republicans win Congress, McCarthy is a leading candidate for Speaker. In light of his dismal voting record, expect the worst from Congress in that event.
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Congressional District 27
B+
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Congressional District 33
A+
Congressional District 34
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Congressional District 37
B-
Karen Bass (D)
Voted against Rohrabacher-Farr and McClintock-Polis amendments to defund DOJ war on state cannabis laws, but has recently come around to endorse Marijuana Justice Act.
Congressional District 38
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Congressional District 44
C
Nanette Barragan (D)
No voting record
Congressional District 45
F
Mimi Walters (R)
Dismal voting record in both Congress and state legislature
Congressional District 46
A
Lou Correa (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Has championed marijuana for vets and repealing obsolete Border restrictions against marijuana users.
Congressional District 47
Congressional District 48
A+
Dana Rohrabacher (R)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Co-author of Rohrabacher/Farr amendment prohibiting DOJ from spending federal resources to undercut state medical marijuana laws. The first and only Congressionally passed bill that has been upheld by the courts as blocking medical cannabis prosecutions.
Congressional District 49
Congressional District 50
A
Duncan Hunter (R)
One of three CA Republicans with consistently good voting records on marijuana. Also supports e-cigs and vaporizers.
Congressional District 51
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Congressional District 53
B+
Susan Davis (D)
Consistently good voting record in Congress and state legislature
State Senate District 01
State Senate District 02
A-
Mike McGuire (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
McGuire has a strong voting record and authored one of the three bills that regulated medical marijuana in California in 2015. He favors adult-use legalization, but opposed Prop. 64 until such time as regulation of medical cannabis could be solidified. He strongly supports local regulation and was a key opponent of outlawing local delivery bans.
State Senate District 03
State Senate District 04
D+
Jim Nielsen (R)
A leading critic of marijuana, Sen. Nielsen strongly opposed treating it as a legal agricultural crop.
State Senate District 05
State Senate District 06
A
Richard Pan (D)
Dr. Pan is a pediatrician and member of the California Medical Association. He has voted well, but been cautious about the impact of legalization on children.
State Senate District 07
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State Senate District 09
A+
Nancy Skinner (D)
Longtime, strong supporter.
State Senate District 10
A
Robert Wieckowski (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Senate District 11
State Senate District 12
A-
Anthony Cannella (R)
Voted poorly in 2011/12 but has improved since then.
State Senate District 13
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A
Robert Hertzberg (D)
Sponsored SB 930 to create independent state-licensed banks to serve cannabis industry (not passed).
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State Senate District 24
A
Kevin de Leon (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
President Pro Tem of State Senate has earned endorsement from drug reform groups as a long-needed, progressive alternative to Sen. Feinstein.
State Senate District 25
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State Senate District 28
C+
Jeffrey Stone (R)
The legislature's only pharmacist, Stone would like to see medical cannabis regulated like other prescription drugs.
State Senate District 29
State Senate District 30
A+
Holly Mitchell (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Sponsored RISE act to reduce sentence enhancements for drug offenses (2017) and forfeiture reform bill for drug offenses (SB 443, 2016).
State Senate District 31
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State Senate District 33
A+
Ricardo Lara (D)
Running for state insurance commissioner.
State Senate District 34
D+
Janet Nguyen (R)
Has long record of bad votes going back to days in Assembly.
State Senate District 35
State Senate District 36
D
Pat Bates (R)
Has long record of poor votes.
State Senate District 37
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State Senate District 40
A-
Ben Hueso (D)
Voted well with majority on most issues. Endorsed by S.D. Association of Cannabis Professionals.
State Assembly District 01
State Assembly District 02
A-
Jim Wood (D)
Strong advocate for small growers in the district. Has weakness for tough enforcement measures and excessive regulations.
State Assembly District 03
D
James Gallagher (R)
Bad voting record in legislature
State Assembly District 04
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State Assembly District 07
A
Kevin McCarty (D)
Votes well; supported legal dispensaries in Sacramento when on city council.
State Assembly District 08
B+
Ken Cooley (D)
One of five key Assembly sponsors of legislation regulating cannabis industry; voted against Prop 64
State Assembly District 09
B-
Jim Cooper (D)
Ex-sheriff favors crackdown on illegal cannabis
State Assembly District 10
A
Marc Levine (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 11
C-
Jim Frazier (D)
Poor voting record on criminal justice issues.
State Assembly District 12
D+
Heath Flora (R)
Poor voting record
State Assembly District 13
A+
Susan Eggman (D)
Excellent voting record.
State Assembly District 14
B
Timothy Grayson (D)
Decent voting record.
State Assembly District 15
A
Tony Thurmond (NP)
Running for state Supervisor of Instruction.
State Assembly District 16
C
Catharine Baker (R)
Moderate Republican has been reluctant to support legal cannabis.
State Assembly District 17
A
David Chiu (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Votes in line with San Francisco's pro-cannabis views
State Assembly District 18
A+
Rob Bonta (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Leading advocate for legal cannabis in Assembly.
State Assembly District 19
A
Philip Ting (D)
Votes in line with pro-cannabis views of San Francisco.
State Assembly District 20
A+
Bill Quirk (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Early endorser of Prop 64; consistently strong vote on Public Safety Committee for cannabis and criminal justice issues.
State Assembly District 21
C-
Adam Gray (D)
One of the weakest voting records for a Democratic Assembly member.
State Assembly District 22
A
Kevin Mullin (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 23
D+
Jim Patterson (R)
Poor voting record
State Assembly District 24
State Assembly District 25
A-
Kansen Chu (D)
Voting record has improved since moving to legislature from San Jose council.
State Assembly District 26
State Assembly District 27
A+
Ash Kalra (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Assembly District 28
A
Evan Low (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Sponsored AJR 27 calling on President Trump to leave legal cannabis industry alone.
State Assembly District 29
A
Mark Stone (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 30
A
Anna Caballero (D)
Has a good voting record.
State Assembly District 31
State Assembly District 32
D+
Rudy Salas (D)
One of worst Democrats in Assembly on cannabis issues
State Assembly District 33
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State Assembly District 36
B+
Tom Lackey (R)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Ex-CHP officer and leading Republican co-sponsor of legislation to legally regulate cannabis.
State Assembly District 37
A
Monique Limon (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 38
State Assembly District 39
A-
Ms. Luz Maria Rivas (D)
New to Assembly in 2018 - voting record incomplete
State Assembly District 40
State Assembly District 41
A
Chris Holden (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 42
C-
Chad Mayes (R)
Weak voting record
State Assembly District 43
A
Laura Friedman (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 44
C+
Jacqui Irwin (D)
Mixed voting record
State Assembly District 45
B+
Jesse Gabriel (D)
Joined Assembly in Jun 2018 - good voting record so far
State Assembly District 46
B+
Adrin Nazarian (D)
Generally good voting record.
State Assembly District 47
A
Eloise Reyes (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 48
A
Blanca Rubio (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 49
A
Ed Chau (D)
Good voting record
State Assembly District 50
A
Richard Bloom (D)
Good voting record
State Assembly District 51
State Assembly District 52
B
Freddie Rodriguez (D)
Skipped tough votes.
State Assembly District 53
A-
Miguel Santiago (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 54
A
Sydney K. Kamlager-Dove (D)
Good voting record
State Assembly District 55
C+
Phillip Chen (R)
So-so voting record. Endorsed by CA Police Chiefs and Peace Officers Research Assoc of CA.
State Assembly District 56
A
Eduardo Garcia (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 57
B-
Ian Calderon (D)
Skipped tough votes in legislature.
State Assembly District 58
A-
Cristina Garcia (D)
Good voting record
State Assembly District 59
A+
Reggie Jones-Sawyer (D)
One of five Assembly leaders on legal cannabis legislation. Cal NORML 2017 legislator of the year award
State Assembly District 60
C
Sabrina Cervantes (D)
Weak voting record
State Assembly District 61
A-
Jose Medina (D)
Good voting record
State Assembly District 62
A
Autumn Burke (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 63
A
Anthony Rendon (D)
As Speaker of the Assembly, Rendon voted and led well on cannabis issues.
State Assembly District 64
A
Mike Gipson (D)
Superior voting record.
State Assembly District 65
C+
Sharon Quirk-Silva (D)
Mediocre voting record for a Democrat.
State Assembly District 66
D+
Albert Muratsuchi (D)
Ex-prosecutor. Worst voting record of any Assembly Democrat.
State Assembly District 67
D
Melissa Melendez (R)
Asks thoughtful questions, but usually comes down on wrong side.
State Assembly District 68
D
Steven Choi (R)
Lousy voting record.
State Assembly District 69
B+
Tom Daly (D)
Fairly good voting record.
State Assembly District 70
A
Patrick O'Donnell (D)
Good voting record.
State Assembly District 71
D
Randy Voepel (R)
Lousy voting record
State Assembly District 72
State Assembly District 73
C
William Brough (R)
Mixed voting record
State Assembly District 74
F
Matthew Harper (R)
Terrible voting record
State Assembly District 75
C-
Marie Waldron (R)
Weak voting record. Republican minority floor leader.
State Assembly District 76
State Assembly District 77
D+
Brian Maienschein (R)
Bad voting record.
State Assembly District 78
A
Todd Gloria (D)
Good voting record in legislature
State Assembly District 79
State Assembly District 80
B
Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher (D)
OK floor votes, but stalled good bills in Appropriations Committee: employment rights for medical MJ users, lower cannabis taxes, ending narcotics registry