Indiana Guide

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Upcoming Election
Indiana General Election: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Race for President
A
Kamala Harris (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
A-
Jo Jorgensen (I) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
B-
Joe Biden (D) DECRIMINALIZE

Joe Biden has a history of supporting anti-drug, tough on crime policies as well as those that imposed punitive penalties for drug offenses and facilitated discrimnation against drug users.

His current criminal justice reform plan includes provisions that would decriminalize the use of cannabis and automatically expunge all prior cannabis use convictions. Read more

D+
Race for Governor
A-
Donald Rainwater (I) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE
B-
Woody Myers (D) DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE
F
Eric Holcomb (R) NO MEDICAL USE
Race for Lieutenant Governor
A+
William Henry (I) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE
Race for U.S. House District 4
D+
Jim Baird (R)
Race for U.S. House District 5
A
Kenneth Tucker (I) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
B-
Christina Hale (D) DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE
Race for U.S. House District 6
B
Jeannine Lee Lake (D) DECRIMINALIZE
F
Race for U.S. House District 8
A
James Rodenberger (I) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
F
Larry Bucshon (R) NO MEDICAL USE
Race for U.S. House District 9
A
Andy Ruff (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
A-
Tonya Millis (I) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Race for State Senate District 13
Race for State Senate District 16
A+
Juli Dominguez (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE MEDICAL USE
Race for State Senate District 33
Race for State Senate District 34
Race for State Senate District 44
B
Cynthia Wirth (D) DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE
Race for State House District 26
B+
Chris Campbell (D) MEDICAL USE

In an email to constituents, Rep. Campbell spoke of her frustration over the Indiana legislature's failure to legalize medical marijuana

Race for State House District 27
C
Sheila Klinker (D)

Klinker has spoken to both sides of legalizing marijuana. Speaking to local media, Klinker expressed worry about marijuana being a "gateway drug for other drugs" but also wants to "tax it".

Race for State House District 32
D+
Tony Cook (R)

Stated that he is "concerned with the public safety aspect of legalizing", but voted in favor of a committee to study legalizing medical marijuana

Race for State House District 44
C
Race for State House District 46
Race for State House District 47
Race for State House District 48
A+
Aaron Mishler (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE
Race for State House District 53
Race for State House District 59
A-
Race for State House District 67
Race for State House District 72
B
Ed Clere (R) DECRIMINALIZE
Race for State House District 74
B
Stephen Bartels (R)

Representative Bartels cosponsored HB1214, which would have legalized the cultivation and sale of hemp

Race for State House District 75
B
John Hurley (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE
Race for State House District 76
A-
Stephen Folz (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Race for State House District 91
A+
Crystal Henry (I) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE

I am currently a cannabis advocate on the Board of Directors for the Indiana Chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. I fight every day to regain our full and inherent liberty to access cannabis. Campaign site. 

Race for State House District 92
Race for State House District 100
A
Wayne Harmon (R) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE DECRIMINALIZE
Your Elected Officials
Governor
F
Eric Holcomb (R) NO MEDICAL USE
U.S. Senate
C
U.S. Senate
C
U.S. House District 1
U.S. House District 2
U.S. House District 3
C
Jim Banks (R)
U.S. House District 4
D+
Jim Baird (R)
U.S. House District 5
F
Susan Brooks (R)
No stated position.
U.S. House District 6
F
U.S. House District 7
B-
U.S. House District 8
F
Larry Bucshon (R) NO MEDICAL USE
U.S. House District 9
State Senate District 4
State Senate District 11
B
Linda Rogers (R) DECRIMINALIZE
State Senate District 22
C-
Ron Alting (R)

Senator Alting's position on marijuana seems to have shifted over the years. He has historically voted against studying the legalization of cannabis and against decriminalization. He has been quoted as apprehensive about legalizing medical marijuana (and more recently as being supportive of it), but voted in favor of legalizing CBD for epilepsy treatments.

State Senate District 29
B+
JD Ford (D) DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE
State Senate District 41
D-
Greg Walker (R) NO MEDICAL USE
State Senate District 47
F
Erin Houchin (R) NO MEDICAL USE
State Senate District 49
D
Jim Tomes (R) NO MEDICAL USE
State House District 26
B+
Chris Campbell (D) MEDICAL USE

In an email to constituents, Rep. Campbell spoke of her frustration over the Indiana legislature's failure to legalize medical marijuana

State House District 27
C
Sheila Klinker (D)

Klinker has spoken to both sides of legalizing marijuana. Speaking to local media, Klinker expressed worry about marijuana being a "gateway drug for other drugs" but also wants to "tax it".

State House District 32
D+
Tony Cook (R)

Stated that he is "concerned with the public safety aspect of legalizing", but voted in favor of a committee to study legalizing medical marijuana

State House District 34
State House District 44
C
State House District 69
B+
Jim Lucas (R) DECRIMINALIZE
State House District 72
B
Ed Clere (R) DECRIMINALIZE
State House District 74
B
Stephen Bartels (R)

Representative Bartels cosponsored HB1214, which would have legalized the cultivation and sale of hemp

State House District 76