Protect Patients and Residents
Your YES vote for Measure T will:
- Restrict dispensaries to commercial areas, which must be at least 600 feet away from any school, in conformance with state law.
- Limit cultivation, baking product development to no more than six locations - and ONLY in West Berkeley's industrial zone.
- Require compliance with health and safety codes and a Police-approved security plan
- Improve medical access by requiring cultivators to provide free, safe medicine to low-income patients at a medical marijuana dispensary.
- Restrict herbicide and pesticide use to ensure that medicine is as organic as possible
- Require energy offsets, like solar panels.
REMINDER: If you are a Vote-By-Mail voter, please DO NOT put your ballot in the mail. Thursday, October 28 was the last day to mail in your ballot to guarantee that it will reach your county registrar of voters by Election Day. You can still return it in person to ANY polling place in your county or to the county elections office on Election Day.
For poll voters, find your polling place at the Secretary of State's website here
- Alameda County Democratic Party
- Wellstone Democratic Club
- Stonewall Democratic Club
- East Bay Young Democrats
- John George Democratic Club
- Berkeley Citizens Action
- Oakland Tribune
- Contra Costa Times
- San Francisco Bay Guardian
- California NORML
- Berkeley Green Party
- The Daily Californian
*Titles and affiliations are for identification purposes only
- State Senator Loni Hancock, SD9
- Assemblymember Nancy Skinner, AD14
- Mayor Tom Bates
- All of Berkeley's City Councilmembers:
Linda Maio, Darryl Moore, Max Anderson, Jesse Arreguin, Laurie Capitelli, Susan Wengraf, Kriss Worthington and Gordon Wozniak
- Karl Reeh, President of LeConte Neighborhood Association*
- George Beier, President of Willard Neighborhood Association*
- Dr. Normal Lewak, M.D., former member Health Commission, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, UCSF*
- Terry Doran, former Berkeley School Boardmember*
- Jim Novosel, Planning Commissioner*
- Kiran Shenoy, Esq, Berkeley Police Review Commissioner*
- Nicole Milner, Medical cannabis patient and social worker