Signature gatherers will be out in force in Oregon in the next few weeks. Groups are racing to beat a deadline early next month to submit enough names to get initiatives on the ballot this fall.
The man with a clipboard gathering names on this downtown Salem street corner offers passersby a preview of what could be on their ballot this fall:
"Do you think marijuana should be legalized, ma'am?" he asks.
In fact, pro-pot groups are on track to get not one, but two marijuana legalization measures on the Oregon ballot.