Legalise Cannabis Parties have formed or are in the process of forming in every state and territory of Australia. The first state party, Legalise Cannabis Queensland, was formed ahead of their 2020 election where twenty-three candidates garnered up to 5.5% of the primary vote. Western Australia was next, registered just in time to contest the March 2021 election, attaining two Upper House seats. Following was Victoria, in November 2022. They also won two Upper House seats. The latest win was in New South Wales, in 2023, securing yet another state Upper House seat. With the Northern Territory and Queensland elections in 2024 and Legalise Cannabis South Australia facing elections in March 2026, we are working toward Australia-wide representation and would appreciate you joining our grassroots campaign, as every state/territory will have a Legalise Cannabis Party. As prohibition is enforced at state/territory level, alongside laws governing policing and driving, we need to be organised at that level to campaign for reform and common-sense cannabis policy. Legalise Cannabis is continuing to grow and we sincerely hope you will join to help keep cannabis law reform happening.
January 24, 2024
Jeremy Buckingham has the munchies. The Legalise Cannabis Party’s first and only NSW MP has skipped breakfast but admits to partaking in a few sneaky tokes (he has a medicinal prescription for pain and insomnia) before we meet at the Cairo Takeaway on Enmore...Read More