Privacy Policy

Some pages of our web site ask you to provide us with your name, email address, mailing address or other private information. In this statement, we have attempted to describe as fully as possible what we will and will not do with this information.

At Vote Hemp, we respect your right to privacy. We pledge to limit our use of your personal information to the ways described in this policy statement, and to select only such uses that are important to our organization and our cause. In all cases, we strive to uphold both the online standards of “netiquette” and the professional standards that are expected from non-profit organizations.

Vote Hemp considers your email address to be confidential, and never shares or sells its email lists. Only key Vote Hemp personnel and certain technical contractors are allowed the ability to access the areas of the computer systems in which we store our lists, and the lists are accessed only for the purposes of distributing Vote Hemp newsletters or analyzing the make-up of our subscriber distribution. If you write us with a specific question or issue that can be better addressed by others, we might forward your correspondence to them, but otherwise you can consider your email address to be confidential.

Vote Hemp pledges to use your mailing address only in ways that are considered appropriate for a non-profit organization. We send out emails for fundraising purposes, or send out special alerts, bulletins, newsletters, thank you notes or other correspondence. You can unsubscribe from the Vote Hemp Action Alert email list or our newsletter at any time by clicking on “unsubscribe” in the footer of any email.

Issues or requests relating to Vote Hemp mailing lists, our privacy policy or other similar matters may be addressed to: Vote Hemp, Inc., P.O. Box 1571, Brattleboro, VT 05301 or contact us.