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Assembly District 17 Democrat Candidate Positions on Cannabis

Rep. Crowley Marijuana Record
Rep. Crowley Marijuana Record

Assembly District 17 is in Milwaukee County (Map), northeast section of Wauwatosa area. The district will see a new face this session as Rep. David Crowley does not seek re-election. Who will fill his shoes and will they also support marijuana reform like Crowley did? Early campaign interviews seem to indicate yes.

On the position of marijuana reform, we have to thank Wi Eye for the candidate interviews and “marijuana” question. It is nice to hear their views in their voices and watch their mannerisms.

Primary Election August 11, 2020

 Democratic Party Candidates

On July 20, 2020, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Mary Spicuzza interviewed Michael Brox (D-Milwaukee) who is running for the 17th Assembly District in the upcoming partisan primary election.

Michael Brox said he would like take a look at it, but acknowledges he will go by the will of the people and should have a referendum. He also said a great deal more, watch the video below because it is cued to start at the marijuana question.

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On July 21, 2020, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Mary Spicuzza interviewed Supreme Moore Omokunde (D-Milwaukee) who is running for the 17th Assembly District in the upcoming partisan primary election.

Supreme Moore Omokunde said he does support both medical and recreational. He speaks in depth about his stance on marijuana reform, including decriminalization and expunging. Please take a moment and listen to his marijuana question response in the video below as it is cued to start at the marijuana question.

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On July 20, 2020, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Mary Spicuzza interviewed Chris Walton (D-Milwaukee) who is running for the 17th Assembly District in the upcoming partisan primary election.

Chris Walton said he support both medical and adult use. He talks of pardons of past marijuana convictions and his reasons why he supports. The video segment is just a minute long, so we arhived it below and cued it to start at the marijuana question.

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The winner of the above primary will face Republican candidate Abie Eisenbach (Facebook Page) in the general election.

General Election is Tuesday November 3rd, 2020

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