Election Results Tracker

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AKBallot Measure 2: Top-Four Ranked-Choice Voting and Campaign Finance LawsStatutory InitiativeElection ReformSupport48.2Y/47.2NPassed
AKBallot Measure 1: North Slope Oil Production Tax IncreaseStatutory InitiativeRevenueSupport40.3Y/55.3NDefeated
ALAmendment 1: Citizen Requirement for VotingLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentVoting & Civil RightsOppose77.1Y/22.9N; 67 out of 67 countiesPassed
ALAmendment 4: Alabama Authorize Legislature to Recompile the State Constitution AmendmentLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentVoting & Civil RightsSupport66.7Y/33.3N; 67 out of 67 countiesPassed
ARHJR1008: An amendment to the Arkansas Constitution to amend the process for the submission and approval of proposed initiated acts, constitutional amendments, and referenda.Legislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentInitiative ProcessOppose44.11Y/55.89NDefeated
AZProp 207: Marijuana LegalizationStatutory InitiativeMarijuanaSupport60.03Y/39.97N (100% of Precincts)Passed
AZProp 208: Invest in Education ActStatutory InitiativeRevenueSupport51.75Y/48.25N (100%of Precincts)Passed
CAProp 17: Voting Rights Restoration for Persons on ParoleLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentCriminal JusticeSupport99% of votes
58.6Y/41.4N
Passed
CAProp 20: Criminal Sentencing, Parole, and DNA CollectionStatutory InitiativeCriminal JusticeOppose99% of votes
38.3Y/61.7N
Defeated
CAProp 25: Replace Cash Bail with Risk AssessmentsStatutory ReferendumCriminal JusticeSupport99% of votes
43.6Y/56.4N
Defeated (no cash bail fails)
CAProp 16: Repeal Proposition 209 Affirmative Action AmendmentLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentCriminal Justice/Civil RightsSupport99% of votes
42.8Y/57.2N
Defeated
CAProp 18: Primary Voting for 17-Year-OldsLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentElection ReformSupport99% of votes
44.0Y/56.0N
Defeated
CAProp 21: Local Rent ControlStatutory InitiativeQuality of LifeSupport99% of votes
40.2Y/59.8N
Defeated
CAProp 15: Tax on Commercial and Industrial Properties for Education and Local Government FundingConsitutional AmendmentRevenueSupport99% of votes
48.0Y/52.0N
Defeated
CAProp 22: App-Based Drivers as Contractors and Labor Policies (Gig Workers Exemption)Statutory InitiativeWages & BenefitsOppose99% of votes
58.6Y/41.4N
Passed
COAmendment 76: Citizenship Requirement for VotingConsitutional AmendmentElection ReformOppose62.99Y/37.01NPassed
COProp 113: National Popular Vote Interstate Compact ReferendumVeto ReferendumElection ReformSupport52.16Y/47.84NPassed (NPV is Approved)
COProp 115: 22-Week Abortion BanStatutory InitiativeReproductive HealthOppose41.14Y/58.86NDefeated
COAmendment B: Gallagher Amendment Repeal and Property Tax Assessment RatesLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentRevenueSupport57.42Y/42.58NPassed
COProp 116: Decrease Income Tax Rate from 4.63% to 4.55%Statutory InitiativeRevenueOppose57.57Y/42.27NPassed
COProp 117: will make the creation and use of enterprise funds, used for funding critical needs like transportation, universities, environmental programs, state parks and health care much harder.Statutory InitiativeRevenueOppose52.56Y/47.44NPassed
COProp 118: Paid Medical and Family LeaveStatutory InitiativeWages & BenefitsSupport57.44Y/42.56NPassed
FLAmendment 1: Citizen Requirement for VotingConsitutional AmendmentElection ReformOppose79.3Y/20.7NPassed
FLAmendment 4: Require Constitutional Amendments to be Passed TwiceConsitutional AmendmentElection ReformOppose47.5 Y/52.5NDefeated
FLAmendment 2: $15 Minimum WageConsitutional AmendmentWages & BenefitsSupport60.8Y/43.0NPassed
IAShall there be a convention to revise the constitution, and propose amendment or amendments to same?Legislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentElection ReformOppose29.6Y/70.4NDefeated
ILAllow for Graduated Income Tax AmendmentConsitutional AmendmentRevenueSupport44.9Y/55.1NDefeated
LAAmendment 1: No Right to Abortion in ConstitutionLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentReproductive HealthOppose100% reporting
62Y/38N
Passed
MAQuestion 2: Ranked Choice VotingStatutory InitiativeElection ReformSupport45.2Y/54.8N
99% votes reported
Defeated
MIProposal 2: Search Warrant for Electronic DataLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentCriminal JusticeSupport88.75Y/11.25N 100% of Precincts reportingPassed
MOAmendment 1: would limit the lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state auditor, and attorney general to two terms of office in a lifetime.Legislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentElection ReformSupport48Y/52N (100% Reporting)Defeated
MOAmendment 3: Redistricting Process and Criteria, Lobbying, and Campaign FinanceLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentElection ReformOppose51Y/49N (100% Reporting)Passed
MSBallot Measure 2: Remove the electoral vote requirement for the GovernorLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentElection ReformSupport100% reporting
78.2Y/21.8N
Passed
MSBallot Measure 1: 65 and Alternative 65A: Medical MarijuanaLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentMarijuanaSupport100% reporting
73.9 for 65
26.1 for 65A
Passed
MSMeasure 3: State Flag ReferendumLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentVoting & Civil RightsSupport100% reporting
71.4Y/28.6N
Passed
MTLR-130: Limit Local Government Authority to Regulate FirearmsLegislatively-referred State StatuteGun Violence PreventionOppose51Y/49N
663/663 precincts reported
Passed
MTCI-118: Allow for a Legal Age for Marijuana & I-190: Marijuana Legalization and TaxConsitutional AmendmentMarijuanaSupportCI-118: 57.8Y/42.2N
I-190: 56.9Y/43.1N
663/663 precincts reported
Passed
NDSCR4001: This measure requires an initiated constitutional measure approved by voters to be submitted to the subsequent legislative assembly.Legislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentInitiative ProcessOppose38.4 Y(Approve)/61.6 (Reject)422/422 precincts reportingDefeated
NEAmendment 1: Remove Slavery as Punishment for Crime from ConstitutionConsitutional AmendmentCriminal JusticeSupport68.2(Yes)/31.8 (No) 1379/1379 precincts fully reportingPassed
NEInitiative 428: Payday Lender Interest Rate CapStatutory InitiativeQuality of LifeSupport82.9 (Yes)/17.1 (No) 1379/1379 precincts fully reportingPassed
NJPublic Question 3: RedistrictingLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentElection ReformSupport58Y/42N 100% reportedPassed
NJPublic Question 1: Marijuna LegalizationLegislatively-referred state statuteMarijuanaSupport67Y/33N 100% reportedPassed
NVQuestion 4: State Constitutional Rights of VotersLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentElection ReformSupport63Y/37N
87% reporting
Passed
NVQuestion 2: Marriage EqualityLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentVoting & Civil RightsSupport62Y/38N
87% reporting
Passed
OKState Question 805: Criminal History in Sentencing and Sentence ModificationConsitutional AmendmentCriminal JusticeSupport39.0Y/60.9N
with 98.1% reporting
Defeated
ORMeasure 107: Campaign Finance LimitsLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentElection ReformSupport78.8Y/21.2N
with 99% in
Passed
ORMeasure 108: Tobacco and E-Cigarette Tax Increase for Health ProgramsLegislatively-referred InitiativeRevenueSupport66.9Y/33.1N
with 99% in
Passed
ORMeasure 110: Prioritize treatment and recovery over criminal punishment for low-level offenders.Statutory InitiativeCriminal JusticeSupport58.8Y/41.2N
with 99% in
Passed
RIRhode Island Name Change AmendmentLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentVoting & Civil RightsSupport53.1Y/46.9N
100% of Precincts
Passed
UTAmendment C: Remove Slavery as Punishment for a Crime from ConstitutionLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentCriminal JusticeSupport80.5Y/ 19.5N
100% of votes
Passed
UTAmendment A: Gender Neutral Language in State ConstitutionLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentVoting & Civil RightsSupport57.7Y/42.3N
100% of votes
Passed
VASJR 306/ HJR 615: RedistrictingLegislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentElection ReformSupport66Y/34N 100% reportedPassed
WAReferendum 90: Sex Education in Public SchoolsStatutory ReferendumReproductive HealthApprove57.83 Approved / 42.17 Rejected (3K votes on hand left to count)Approved
WASJR-8212Legislatively-referred Constitutional AmendmentQuality of LifeSupport45.65 Approved / 54.35 Rejected (3K votes on hand left to count)Defeated