DrugSense Email Fundraiser Index

27 October 2010

Vote on November 2

Vote Now!
Vote. No matter whom you choose, vote. If you like those in office, vote. If you dislike where they're taking us, vote.

You may think that your vote doesn't count, but the outcome of recent elections proves otherwise. You may think that the system is corrupt. That may or may not be true, but the system will be a little less corrupt if you vote. You may think that you can't change the system, but the system doesn't stand a chance of changing unless you vote.

When considering your vote, it's important to have accurate information. If your ballot contains a measure concerning cannabis, your source for news and opinion concerning it should be DrugSense, http://www.drugsense.org/.

Get Local!
Our newly redesigned DrugSense website puts news articles, opinion pieces, and links to local resources at your finger tips.

Try it for yourself. Visit http://www.drugsense.org. You'll first notice the bright, easy-to-use design. Next, click your state on the "Get Local" globe. What results is drug policy news for your locale all in one place. The pros and the cons, the winners and the losers. Play-by-play news and opinion coverage right up to and beyond November 2 - Election Day.

Donate Now!
DrugSense is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization that collects, assembles, and disseminates reliable information concerning drug policy. We're able to "get local" with ballot information because of supporters like you.

Please donate. Donating is quick, easy, and secure. Just visit http://www.drugsense.org/donate.

Please note that recurring donations -- every month, three months or six months -- provide funds to cover recurring costs like bandwidth and web hosting. http://www.drugsense.org/donate.

You can also make your check or money order payable to DrugSense and mail it to:

14252 Culver Dr #328
Irvine, CA 92604-0326

Or you can donate toll free by calling 1-800-266-5759.

Remember, please vote on November 2. That's the best way to express your opinions in a forum that counts. Plus, you might just change the system.

Mark Greer
Executive Director