Breckenridge voters reject marijuana on Main Street in advisory election

10th December, 2014 by

By Heather Jarvis

Breckenridge voters have spoken: They don’t want retail marijuana on Main Street. On Tuesday, just shy of a year after retail marijuana hit the market, the town of Breckenridge held a nonbinding, advisory election on whether to change or uphold an ordinance banning retail dispensaries downtown. Residents voted against retail marijuana by a margin of more than two to one, with 925 votes against and 400 votes for Main Street shops. The turnout represents nearly half of all registered voters — easily one of the largest showings for a special election in Breckenridge, town officials said. After missing the deadline …

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