New Jersey

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Your Elected Officials
Senate
Governor
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Phil Murphy (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Congressional District 1
Congressional District 2
B
Jeff Van Drew (D)MEDICAL USEDECRIMINALIZE
Congressional District 3
Congressional District 4
Congressional District 5
Congressional District 6
Congressional District 7
Congressional District 8
Congressional District 9
Congressional District 10
Congressional District 11
Congressional District 12
State Senate District 02
State Senate District 03
A+
Stephen Sweeney (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Senate District 04
State Senate District 05
B+
Nilsa Cruz-Perez (D)
Sponsored legislation to expand state MMJ program
State Senate District 06
B
James Beach (D)MEDICAL USEDECRIMINALIZE
State Senate District 07
A
Troy Singleton (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Senate District 08
State Senate District 09
State Senate District 10
D
James Holzapfel (R)NO MEDICAL USE
State Senate District 11
A
Vin Gopal (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Senate District 12
State Senate District 13
State Senate District 14
State Senate District 15
B-
Shirley Turner (D)MEDICAL USE
State Senate District 16
B
Christopher Bateman (R)MEDICAL USEDECRIMINALIZE
State Senate District 17
State Senate District 18
A
Patrick Diegnan (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Senate District 19
B
Joseph Vitale (D)MEDICAL USE
State Senate District 20
C
Joseph Cryan (D)DECRIMINALIZE
"Efforts to legalize marijuana in New Jersey would have our state take too big a step, too quickly. Decriminalization may be a better and more sensible option in the short-term." - NJ Senate Republican site
State Senate District 21
State Senate District 22
A+
Nicholas Scutari (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Senate District 23
State Senate District 24
F
Steven Oroho (R)NO MEDICAL USE
"I don't separate the use of marijuana from other dangerous controlled substances — they are all drugs. Marijuana is commonly referred to as a gateway drug in that when one starts experimenting with marijuana, the user will often escalate to much more perilous addictions." -New Jersey Herald
State Senate District 25
State Senate District 26
F
Joseph Pennacchio (R)JAIL TIME FOR POSSESSIONNO MEDICAL USE
“New Jersey’s roadways are extremely congested and we don’t have a full-proof weed sobriety test. A mad dash to legalization, without taking the time to examine the consequences, is a recipe for disaster.”- https://www.senatenj.com/index.php/pennacchio/pennacchio-not-so-fast-legalizing-weed/35507
State Senate District 27
State Senate District 28
B
Ronald Rice (D)DECRIMINALIZE
State Senate District 29
A
M. Teresa Ruiz (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Senate District 30
C+
Robert Singer (R)DECRIMINALIZE
State Senate District 31
A
Sandra Cunningham (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Senate District 32
State Senate District 33
State Senate District 34
A
Nia Gill (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Senate District 35
State Senate District 36
State Senate District 37
State Senate District 38
State Senate District 39
State Senate District 40
State Assembly District 01
State Assembly District 02
State Assembly District 03
A
John Burzichelli (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Assembly District 04
State Assembly District 05
State Assembly District 06
State Assembly District 07
State Assembly District 08
State Assembly District 09
D-
DiAnne Gove (R)NO MEDICAL USE
State Assembly District 10
State Assembly District 11
B+
Joann Downey (D)MEDICAL USE
State Assembly District 12
State Assembly District 13
State Assembly District 14
A
Wayne DeAngelo (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Assembly District 15
State Assembly District 16
State Assembly District 17
A-
Joseph Danielsen (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATEMEDICAL USE
State Assembly District 18
State Assembly District 19
State Assembly District 20
A+
Annette Quijano (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Assembly District 21
State Assembly District 22
A
James Kennedy (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Co-sponsored a bill that would "Legalize possession and personal use of small amounts of marijuana for persons age 21 and over; create Division of Marijuana Enforcement and licensing structure."
State Assembly District 23
F
Erik Peterson (R)JAIL TIME FOR POSSESSIONNO MEDICAL USE
State Assembly District 24
F
Parker Space (R)
"I am opposed to the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in New Jersey. Maybe it is because of my upbringing or what have you, but like what Nancy Reagan said, 'Just say no.'" -New Jersey Herald
State Assembly District 25
A
Michael Carroll (R)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Assembly District 26
D-
Jay Webber (R)MEDICAL USE
State Assembly District 27
B+
John McKeon (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
Mr. Mckeon wrote in an Op-Ed that he supports legalization as long as two criteria are met: protecting the medical market with subsidies/tax leniency; as well as the introduction of a state regulated bank that could handle dispensary (medical and recreational) money, while avoiding federal interference. https://www.nj.com/opinion/index.ssf/2018/09/ill_vote_to_legalize_marijuana_but_these_2_things.html
State Assembly District 28
State Assembly District 29
A
Eliana Pintor Marin (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Assembly District 30
State Assembly District 31
A+
Angela McKnight (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Assembly District 32
State Assembly District 33
State Assembly District 34
A+
Britnee Timberlake (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Assembly District 35
State Assembly District 36
A
Gary Schaer (D)LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Assembly District 37
State Assembly District 38
State Assembly District 39
State Assembly District 40
B
Kevin Rooney (R)
"Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney introduced legislation authorizing medical marijuana to treat opioid and heroin addiction. The bill (A4015) adds substance use disorder to the list of debilitating medical conditions that qualify a patient to use medical marijuana." -Cannabis Business Times