WOODBRIDGE, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The presidential election is just 49 days away.
But, as CBS2’s Nick Caloway reported Tuesday, voters in New Jersey have something else on the ballot — the legalization of recreational marijuana.
When mail-in ballots start going out to Garden State voters in early October they’ll include a constitutional amendment question, giving voters the say on whether or not to legalize recreational cannabis for adults age 21 and up.
While many voters might not even know the marijuana referendum is on the ballot, most have an opinion about legalization.
“No, I don’t believe in that. Because it leads to other drugs. We’ve got enough problems in this world now,” said Joseph Rizzo of Woodbridge.
“You know what? If that’s what they want to do, let them do it. It doesn’t harm my life. It…