What the Media Isn’t Telling You About Election Day
Editor’s Note: Pot stock expert, Michael Robinson, has shown his readers time and time again how to collect life-changing profits from the marijuana markets. Read his note below to learn how you could make a fortune thanks to Election Day ballots…
I bet you know that voters in several states are voting on legal cannabis’ future tomorrow.
And if you’ve been paying attention, the know-nothings in the mainstream media likely led you to believe that voters in four states are deciding on four legalization ballot measures on Election Day.
Well, they’re wrong.
The mainstream media is once again trying to downplay the unstoppable legal cannabis revolution sweeping across the nation… state by state.
In fact, voters in six states are deciding on 36 major cannabis reform measures.
Michigan and North Dakota voters will be deciding on adult-use recreational marijuana. The proposed laws would not only legalize the sale of certain amounts of marijuana, but also change how law enforcement prosecutes marijuana drug infractions. In some cases, the violations would be changed from criminal to civil; in others, marijuana violations would be expunged entirely.
And in Missouri and Utah, citizens will be voting on the legalization of medical marijuana. Both these states have tended to be deep red and anti-marijuana in recent years, so these are monumental votes that will be testing exactly how mainstream legal cannabis has become.
You know about those four.
For starters, Ohio voters in six cities – Dayton being the largest – are deciding whether to decriminalize cannabis. If passed, these initiatives would reduce the penalty for misdemeanor marijuana offenses to the lowest penalties allowed by law. In most cases, the penalty would be equivalent to a speeding ticket – a fine and no permanent marks on your record.
Wisconsin is another state with marijuana on the ballot on Tuesday. Voters in some counties will decide on whether to legalize medical marijuana, while other counties will be voting on adult-use recreational marijuana.
When laws pass, stocks soar.
And with 36 new initiatives on the ballot – and with the grand majority expected to pass, according to the latest polling – I think cannabis stocks will be soaring pretty high come this time next week.
Six years ago, Colorado and Washington became the first states in the nation to legalize recreational cannabis sales.
Since then, seven more states and Washington, D.C., have followed. In total, 30 states have legalized medical cannabis.
Along the way, 64 cannabis stocks have soared past 1,000% gains. Dozens more beyond that have reached triple-digit gains.
And we have helped our readers pounce on so many of the biggest of those wins.
We don’t want that momentum to stop.
That’s why we hosted the first-ever National Cannabis Investors’ Summit – to help pot stock enthusiasts find the next round of big winners before this Election Day catalyst hits.
We invited top marijuana industry experts, including John Boehner, former Speaker of the House and current legal cannabis champion. We analyzed the legal and business landscapes, and then hand-selected the best stocks to buy now. And we put it all into The American Cannabis Summit.
You should check it out now – before Election Day’s results trigger another round of soaring pot stocks.
Everything you need is right here.