Maryland’s marijuana legalization campaign released a new ad on Wednesday encouraging young people to participate in early voting, or head to the polls on Election Day next week, to approve the cannabis referendum that’s on the ballot.
The Yes on 4 campaign said that the 15-second digital ad is meant to educate more young voters about the fact that legalization is up for consideration, which could spur increased turnout based on the findings of a recent poll that activists commissioned.
“Maryland, we’re finally getting the chance to legalize cannabis for adults over 21,” the ad says. “This November. Our state will create new good paying jobs and generate millions of tax dollars and build a safer, more equitable future. So this November, let’s vote ‘yes’ on Question 4.”
— MDCAN 22 – Yes on 4! (@YesOnMD4) November 2, 2022
While the ad itself doesn’t make an appeal to any specific demographic, Yes on 4 Campaign Chairman Eugene Monroe, a former NFL player, said in a press release on Thursday that polling “shows young Marylanders are far
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