Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party candidate for the seat of Cook, Don Fuggle is up against the Prime Minister of Australia.
The Legalise Cannabis Qld Party believes that Cannabis law reform does not have to be complicated and the ‘Grape Theory’ forms the basis of the necessary reforms at state level.
Sitting beside the highway near Bega every third or fourth car toots their support but how many will vote for us on Saturday remains to be seen. It’s anonymous in the polling booth and plenty of people want a corflute of the big sativa leaf but very few want to put it on their fence! […]
The current government’s medical Cannabis program is ruled by the same people who hate the idea of anybody growing their own free medicine in the garden. A plant that has never killed anyone in ten thousand years and was in the majority of our medicines a hundred years ago.
The HEMP Party will provide a protest vote for Cannabis law reform at the Eden-Monaro by-election on Saturday 4 July 2020
The result of the HEMP Party’s low budget campaign underscores the strong support for Cannabis law reform. The Morrison Government must now understand that Australian Cannabis supporters have sent a clear message via the privacy of the polling booth.
Prohibition has been a total failure and we have to stop strategies like sniffer dogs, Roadside Drug Testing and laws that have dramatically altered drug use trends in favour of undetectable powders, pills and expensive addictive pharmaceuticals.
The easy way to vote 1 HEMP. Look for the leaf on the Senate Ballot Paper. Write the number 1 in the box underneath. Choose six boxes above the line.Number them in the order that you like.
Many voters don’t know about HEMP. Some Aussie voters ask about our other policies or want to know about our opinion on issues other than Cannabis. Officially there are none, HEMP is a formal protest to end prohibition.
The HEMP (Help End Marijuana Prohibition) Party is again registered to run in the next federal election. However, HEMP is not re-registered in NSW yet, but wish to advise our members on how to cast their vote.