Here's how we'll win


Build a winning movement 

Our drug laws are a mess. So let’s join forces to change them.


Shift the conversation

Help us convince your neighbour (and others) to see drug use as a health issue, not a crime.


Get healthy drug laws 

Get our MPs to choose compassion over convictions, and healthcare over handcuffs.

An important notice: rules about campaigning on election day

As we enter the last few days of campaigning there are strict rules to follow, set by the Electoral Commission. All advertising for a Yes vote needs to be removed by midnight on Friday 16 October. This includes posters, billboards and other signage. Please do stick to these rules so that we don’t end up in hot water!:

  1. Make sure any posters that you have put up are taken down by Friday evening, and any leaflets you have taken to the local doctor or library are removed. Peel off any bumper stickers, etc.
  2. Don’t influence voters on election day (17 October). That means no sharing Health Not Handcuffs posts, or cannabis discussions online with your grump uncle.
  3. Don’t distribute any leaflets on election day, or go door knocking, or wave signs on street corners or any of the other wonderful things you have been doing up until now.
  4. You can offer to help voters get to the polling booth, but don’t try to influence how they will vote
  5. The "I'm voting yes" Facebook profile badge cannot be added after Friday 16 October. If you added this, please remove before election day.

Time To Talk Cannabis

There’s a referendum on cannabis coming in 2020. Skill up on the issues so you can grab any opportunity to make sure all your friends and whānau understand what they’re voting on. Be ready for a convincing kōrero with your kuia, convo with your cousin, debate with your dad, and talk with your teina!

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How I'll Be Involved

We know the strong case for a Yes Vote can convince our undecided friends and whānau and get this referendum over the line. This is where we need your help. The kaupapa is yours as much as it is ours. We want you to pick it up, get involved, and run with it.

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Sharing is caring :)

Every year we convict thousands of people for using drugs, yet we still have one of the highest use rates in the world. Our laws prevent people getting help when they need it. It’s a simple fix - we need to change. Share these graphics and let your whānau know you're voting YES on September 19.

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120 Reasons for Drug Law Reform

We’re giving 120 MPs 120 reasons to treat drug use as a health and social issue, not a criminal one. Share your own reasons as to why we should invest in health, not handcuffs.

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