Embattled Green the Vote president resigns
The leader of a Tulsa activist group seeking to make medical and recreational marijuana a constitutional state question on the statewide November ballot announced his resignation Sunday.
Isaac Caviness, president of Green The Vote, said in a Facebook Live broadcast that he decided to step down following revelations that he and fellow board member Dody Sullivan publicly inflated the number of signatures collected for State Question 797, which would have legalized recreational marijuana.
"There’s a lot of people that want to see me continue to lead Green The Vote because they understand the passion and work that I’ve put in. But I have to look at more than just a handful of people want or what a lot of people want," Caviness explained Sunday afternoon. Read more from the Tulsa World.