Preliminary Tally Shows Pot Will Make Ohio Ballot

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The legalization of marijuana will be on the November ballot, according to preliminary reports of valid signatures sent by Ohio’s county board of election offices.

ResponsibleOhio needed 29,509 signatures to make the Ohio ballot.

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With 48 counties out of 88 reporting their preliminary totals, a 10TV survey reveals ResponsibleOhio will exceed the number of required signatures.

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted must make the final determination of valid signatures.  His ruling is expected by the end of the week.

 

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