BY ANTHONY MARTINELLI \n With polling showing all of these up in the air, it’s crucial that proponents of legalization get involved; and you don’t have to live in one of the states voting for legalization to help bring a change. \n Below is how to get involved: \n Nevada \n Nevada’s Question 2 was the first of the recreational cannabis initiatives to officially make the November ballot, and things have been relatively quiet since. Opposition has been almost nonexistent, and advocates recently purchased around $1 million in ad space. But don’t be surprised if opponents spring up in the final weeks, so proponents can’t rest and assume it will remain an easy fight. \n To volunteer click here . \n To donate click here . \n California \n California’s Proposition 64 is currently in the best position among the five legalization initiatives up for a vote this November, with polling showing that 64% of voters in the state are in support of legalizing cannabis. However, nothing can be taken for granted as the tides can change quickly, and polling isn’t always accurate. In you support legalization, get involved! \n To volunteer click here . \n To donate click here . \n Arizona \n If California’s Proposition 64 is in the best position of this year’s group of legalization initiatives, than Arizona is in the worst. Recent polling shows that 39% of voters in the state support the measure, with 54% opposed*.* This makes it even more vital for those in support to get involved, and for those who don’t live any of these states but one to donate to one of the efforts, the Yes on 205 campaign is a good choice (though none of them are bad choices, of course). \n To volunteer click here . \n To donate click here . \n Massachusetts \n Unfortunately Massachusetts’ Question 4 , The Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act , is in a similar position as Arizona’s initiative, with slightly more in support. According to polling from July , 41% support the initiative with 51% in opposition. Although the campaign isn’t currently seeking campaign volunteers (though spreading the word is always useful), donations are welcome and incredibly helpful \n To donate click here . \n Maine \n Maine’s Question 1 is in good shape, but it’s close; polling released in May found that 55% of voters are in support of the initiative. This one will certainly come down to the last minute, and the campaign is seeking both volunteers and donations. \n To volunteer click here . \n To donate click here .