Marijuana Petitioner Will Make Secretary of State's Race Tighter
On Wednesday, The Oregonian’s Jeff Mapes reported that Robert Wolfe, the chief petitioner of one of two marijuana legalization measures circulating this year, will run for secretary of state on the Progressive party ticket.
Earlier this year, incumbent Secretary of State Kate Brown, a Democrat, notified Wolfe that she intended to fine him a record $65,000 for signature gathering violations related to his marijuana measure. Wolfe disagreed with the fine and his candidacy is one reflection of how unhappy he is about it.
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Posted on Aug. 18, 2012
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