2018 Marijuana Referendum Results

The results of the November 2018 Sixteen (16) county and two (2) city marijuana referendums are listed below.

Brown County:
“Should cannabis be legalized in Wisconsin for medicinal purposes, and regulated in the same manner as other prescription drugs?”

76% YES
24% NO

Clark County:
“Should the State of Wisconsin legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes and regulate its use in the same manner as other prescription drugs?”

67% YES
33% NO

Dane County:
“Should marijuana be legalized, taxed and regulated in the same manner as alcohol for adults 21 years of age or older?”

76% YES
24% NO

Eau Claire County:
“Should cannabis:”

54% – Be legal for adult, 21years of age and older, recreational or medical use, taxed and regulated like alcohol, with the proceeds from the taxes used for education, healthcare, and infrastructure in Wisconsin?
31% – Be legal for medical purposes only and available only by prescription through a medical dispensary?
15% – Remain a criminally illegal drug as provided under current law?

Forest County:
“Should the State of Wisconsin allow individuals with debilitating medical conditions to use and safely access marijuana for medical purposes, if those individuals have a written recommendation from a licensed Wisconsin physician?”

79% YES
21% NO

Kenosha County:
“Should the State of Wisconsin allow individuals with debilitating medical conditions to use and safely access marijuana for medical purposes, if those individuals have a written recommendation from a licensed Wisconsin physician?”

88% YES
12% NO

La Crosse County:
“Should the State of Wisconsin legalize the use of marijuana by adults 21 years or older, to be taxed and regulated in the same manner that alcohol is regulated in the State of Wisconsin, with proceeds from taxes used for education, healthcare, and infrastructure?”

63% YES
37% NO

Langlade County:
“Should the State of Wisconsin allow individuals with debilitating medical conditions to use and safely access marijuana for medical purposes, if those individuals have a written recommendation from a licensed Wisconsin physician?”

77% YES
23% NO

Lincoln County:
“Should the State of Wisconsin allow individuals with debilitating medical conditions to use and safely access marijuana for medical purposes, if those individuals have a written recommendation from a licensed Wisconsin physician?”

81% YES
19% NO

Marathon County:
“Should the State of Wisconsin allow individuals with debilitating medical conditions to use and safely access marijuana for medical purposes, if those individuals have a written recommendation from a licensed Wisconsin physician?”

82% YES
18% NO

Marquette County:
“Shall the County of Marquette, Wisconsin, adopt the following resolution? Resolved, that “We the People” of Marquette County, Wisconsin, support the right of its citizens to acquire, possess and use medical cannabis upon the recommendation of a licensed physician, and; Be It Further Resolved, that we strongly support a statewide referendum requesting Wisconsin to join with thirty-two (32) other states that have already approved the use of medical cannabis for the treatment of chronic pain, several debilitating diseases and disabling symptoms.”

78% YES
22% NO

Milwaukee County:
“Do you favor allowing adults 21 years of age and older to engage in the personal use of marijuana, while also regulating commercial marijuana-related activities, and imposing a tax on the sale of marijuana?”

70% YES
30% NO

Portage County:
“Should the State of Wisconsin allow individuals with debilitating medical conditions to use and safely access marijuana for medical [treatment] purposes, if those individuals have a written [treatment] recommendation from a licensed Wisconsin physician?”

83% YES
17% NO

Racine County:
“Should marijuana be legalized for medicinal use?”

85% YES
15% NO
“Should marijuana be legalized, taxed, and regulated in the same manner as alcohol for adults 21 years of age or older?”

59% YES
41% NO
“Should proceeds from marijuana taxes be used to fund education, health care, and infrastructure?”

81% YES
19% NO

Rock County:
“Should cannabis be legalized for adult use, taxed and regulated like alcohol, with the proceeds from the Taxes used for education, healthcare, and infrastructure?”

69% YES
31% NO

Sauk County:
“Should the state of Wisconsin legalize medical marijuana so that people with debilitating medical conditions may access medical marijuana if they have a prescription from a licenses Wisconsin physician?”

80% YES
20% NO

City of Racine:
“Should cannabis be legalized for adult recreational use in Wisconsin?”

66% YES
34% NO
“Should cannabis be legalized for medical use in Wisconsin?”

88% YES
12% NO
“Should cannabis sales be taxed and the revenue from such taxes be used for public education, health care, and infrastructure in Wisconsin?”

83% YES
17% NO
“Should cannabis be decriminalized in the State of Wisconsin?”

72% YES
28% NO

City of Waukesha:
“Should cannabis be legalized in Wisconsin for medicinal purposes, and regulated in the same manner as other prescription drugs?”

77% YES
23% NO

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