With only 22 primaries and caucuses left and the general election fast approaching, some college students are looking beyond typical candidate platforms to determine their choice for president.

Marijuana policy, a topic of national discussion, is affecting some college students’ votes this year as they look at the candidates’ stances on the controversial drug.

NORML Sooners for Sensible Drug Policy, an OU chapter of a national organization, is one group looking for change in this year’s election.

NORML advocates for national reformation of marijuana laws, decriminalization and reduction of prison sentences, Zach Seikel, president of the OU chapter, said.

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Emma Keith ~ OUDaily.com ~

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