A random assortment of celebrities have the potential to make a lot of money if Ohio legalizes marijuana Tuesday.
If the sale of pot becomes legal in the Buckeye State, language in the ballot measure restricts almost all marijuana growth to 10 farms.
Those farms are owned by an assortment of big names, including former 98 Degrees band member and Jessica Simpson's ex-husband Nick Lachey, designer Nanette Lepore, NBA great Oscar Robertson, Arizona Cardinals defensive end Frostee Rucker and two of former President William Howard Taft's great-great-grandnephews.
All of them have helped bankroll the campaign for Ohio marijuana legalization. According to the Washington Post, they each had to put up $4 million initially to underwrite the ballot campaign, and then another $10 million for land and the cost of farm maintenance.