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Vote Hemp 2004 Presidential Candidate
Report Card

We asked the presidential candidates four questions on industrial hemp. The results of that survey were compiled into the Vote Hemp 2004 Voter Guide to help voters make informed decisions. You can download our printable Voter Guide (304k PDF file) as well. We did our best to educate as many voters as possible before election day.

Candidate
Response
Grade

David Cobb

David Cobb (Green)

Supports allowing U.S. farmers to grow hemp. Agrees that hemp foods should remain legal. Answered yes to all four questions.


Mike Badnarik

Mike Badnarik (LP)

Supports allowing U.S. farmers to grow hemp. Agrees that hemp foods should remain legal. Answered yes to all four questions.


Ralph Nader

Ralph Nader (Independent)

Supports allowing U.S. farmers to grow hemp. Agrees that hemp foods should remain legal. Answered yes to all four questions.


John Edwards

John Edwards (D)

Kept his promise to answer our survey. Supports allowing hemp research without special DEA permits. Willing to review issue further. Click here to read more.


John Kerry

John Kerry (D)

Personally promised to answer our survey. Did not keep his promise. Click here to read more.


George Bush

George Bush (R)

The Bush administration has supported DEA attempts to ban hemp foods. Informed us that the campaign was not set up yet; never responded. Click here to read more.

 

 

 
 
 
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