President Trump on Monday pinned a Republican governor’s defeat to a Democratic challenger on running in an election where marijuana legalization was also on the ballot.
“You brought out like a million people that nobody ever knew were coming out,” Mr. Trump added.
Marijuana legalization was not on the statewide ballot in Wisconsin in November 2018, when Mr. Walker’s bid for a third term was denied by Democratic rival Tony Evers.
Various nonbinding referendums in support of marijuana legalization were placed on the ballot in 16 counties and two cities that election and each easily passed, however.
Indeed, a total of nearly a million votes were cast by Wisconsin residents in support of the pro-marijuana referendums that fall, The Wisconsin State Journal…