Sharon Tomiko Santos, the state house's majority whip and representative of the 37th District, is now on the record saying she wants pot legalized, taxed, and regulated. With Santos saying, "Of course I support that," she officially joins every elected official at Seattle City Hall and (nearly) every member of Seattle's legislative delegation to Olympia in the 34th, 36th, 37th, 43rd, and 46th Districts.

Only one of them—freshman 46th District Rep. David Frockt—isn't on board. Frockt, as of a couple weeks ago, thinks the sale and trafficking of marijuana should remain in the hands of an illegal market. But who knows, maybe he's come around since then.

Give Frockt's office a call at: (360) 786-7886. Or send him an email by clicking here <— Just click that link and hit send.