Georgia Guide

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Upcoming Election
Georgia General Election: Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Race for U.S. House District 2
A
Sanford Bishop (D) DECRIMINALIZE
Race for U.S. House District 4
A
Hank Johnson (D) DECRIMINALIZE
Race for U.S. House District 5
A+
Nikema Williams (D) DECRIMINALIZE
Race for U.S. House District 13
A+
David Scott (D) DECRIMINALIZE
Race for State Senate District 5
B+
Sheikh Rahman (D) DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE
Race for State Senate District 11
Race for State Senate District 15
Race for State Senate District 18
A-
Chris Benton (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
"I fight for progressive values. While cannabis legalization wasn't an issue that initially influenced me to run for office (I am focused on solving the issue of poverty and healthcare in my community and rural GA), it became clear quickly how important it is for the people in my district and in this state."- As submitted to the 'NORML Candidate Questionnaire' on 7/24
Race for State Senate District 23
Race for State Senate District 26
Race for State Senate District 28
Race for State Senate District 30
Race for State Senate District 51
Race for State Senate District 54
Race for State House District 33
C-
Race for State House District 47
Race for State House District 90
A
Jodi Diodati (R) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE

Under Jodi's Economic and Health Solutions, she is very clear that the people of Georgia should have access to medical marijuana. Jodi also supports decriminalizing marijuana and supports putting on the ballot for voters to decide the legalization of marijuana for adults 21 years of age or older, using the consumption tax for education, infrastructure, and health-related programs. SOURCE

Race for State House District 98
Race for State House District 108
A
Jasmine Clark (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
"Marijuana laws have long been used to trap African-Americans in the prison-industrial-complex. In my view, marijuana should be treated under the law similarly to how alcohol and cigarettes are treated."- As submitted to the 'NORML Candidate Questionnaire' on 8/11
Race for State House District 127
Race for State House District 131
Race for State House District 135
C
Beth Camp (R)
Race for State House District 138
Race for State House District 140
Race for State House District 152
Race for State House District 159
Race for State House District 168
Race for State House District 172
Race for State House District 175
Your Elected Officials
Governor
C-
Lieutenant Governor
F
Geoff Duncan (R) JAIL TIME FOR POSSESSION
U.S. Senate
B
Raphael Warnock (D) DECRIMINALIZE
U.S. Senate
A+
Jon Ossoff (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE DECRIMINALIZE
U.S. House District 1
F
U.S. House District 2
A
Sanford Bishop (D) DECRIMINALIZE
U.S. House District 3
U.S. House District 4
A
Hank Johnson (D) DECRIMINALIZE
U.S. House District 5
A+
Nikema Williams (D) DECRIMINALIZE
U.S. House District 6
B+
U.S. House District 7
A
Carolyn Bourdeaux (D) DECRIMINALIZE
U.S. House District 8
D
U.S. House District 9
D-
U.S. House District 10
D-
Jody Hice (R)
U.S. House District 11
U.S. House District 12
D
U.S. House District 13
A+
David Scott (D) DECRIMINALIZE
U.S. House District 14
F
Marjorie Greene (R) NO MEDICAL USE
State Senate District 5
B+
Sheikh Rahman (D) DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE
State Senate District 14
State Senate District 19
State House District 32
C-
State House District 107
State House District 108
A
Jasmine Clark (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
"Marijuana laws have long been used to trap African-Americans in the prison-industrial-complex. In my view, marijuana should be treated under the law similarly to how alcohol and cigarettes are treated."- As submitted to the 'NORML Candidate Questionnaire' on 8/11
State House District 131
C
Beth Camp (R)
State House District 179
D
Don Hogan (R)