Unlike Colorado and Washington State, where voters have a chance this November to legalize the recreational use of marijuana for consenting adults, California has no such proposal on the statewide election ballot this year. We had our chance two years ago with Proposition 19, but the folks backing it blew their chances with the stoner contingent by adding too much fine print, like severely limiting the amount of pot you can grow and outlining harsh penalties for anyone convicted of providing pot to a minor, so it failed at the polls.
1. Proposition S. Vote for this one if you live in Imperial Beach. Besides Gray and the Libertarians, it's also backed by the San Diego Democratic Party, Erika Lowry, a Republican running for the city council there, the Green Party, and the San Diego and Imperial Counties Labor Council.