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U.S. Marijuana Party Candidate Switches to Independent for 2014 U.S. Congress Campaign
Cris Ericson
Cris Ericson, perennial marijuana legalization candidate in Vermont, just lost another election season as a candidate for Governor and for U.S. Senator for Vermont 2012. She bought a new domain after the sad election results were in, http://indyVT.com and might retire her old domain http://usmjp.com because despite ten years (2002 - 2012) of campaigning to legalize marijuana in Vermont, voters stubbornly chose independent or Democrat candidates over the "real thing", Cris Ericson, the "real" marijuana legalization candidate.

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