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Abortion and Healthcare

California

Proposition 1: Right to Abortion

Prohibits the state from interfering with an individual's reproductive freedom, including their right to choose to have an abortion and their right to use contraceptives.

Yes
Winner
66.9%
No
33.1%
96% of expected vote in
10,523,063 votes
Updated Nov. 26, 10:32 PM ET
Kentucky

Amendment 2: Remove Right to Abortion

Adds language to the Kentucky Constitution to state that citizens do not have a right to abortion and that the state is not required to provide government funding for abortion.

No
Winner
52.3%
Yes
47.7%
99% of expected vote in
1,417,732 votes
Updated Nov. 15, 9:43 AM ET
Michigan

Proposal 3: Right to Abortion

Adds language to the Michigan Constitution to establish an individual right to reproductive freedom, defined as the right for individuals to make all decisions about pregnancy, including prenatal care, childbirth, postpartum care, contraception, sterilization, abortion, miscarriage management, and infertility.

Yes
Winner
56.7%
No
43.3%
97% of expected vote in
4,378,930 votes
Updated Nov. 22, 6:43 PM ET
Montana

Referendum 131: Require Care for Infants Born Alive

Establishes that infants born alive at any stage of development are legal persons, and require medical care to be provided for any infant born alive after an attempted abortion, induced labor, or other method. This referendum also institutes criminal penalites for any health care provider who does not comply.

No
Winner
52.6%
Yes
47.4%
95% of expected vote in
448,912 votes
Updated Nov. 22, 6:45 PM ET
Oregon

Measure 111: Universal Access to Health Care

Adds language to the Oregon Constitution stating that every resident has a fundamental right to affordable health care.

Yes
Winner
50.7%
No
49.3%
98% of expected vote in
1,860,635 votes
Updated Nov. 25, 9:01 PM ET
Vermont

Amendment: Right to Reproductive Autonomy

Adds language to the Vermont Constitution to state that all individuals have a right to personal reproductive autonomy.

Yes
Winner
76.8%
No
23.2%
95% of expected vote in
276,562 votes
Updated Nov. 22, 10:02 AM ET

Elections and Voting

Arizona

Proposition 309: Increase Voter ID Requirements

Requires dates of birth and voter ID numbers for mail-in ballots, requires photo ID to vote early in-person, and eliminates the option to provide two forms of non-photo ID instead of photo ID.

No
Winner
50.4%
Yes
49.6%
94% of expected vote in
2,420,849 votes
Updated Nov. 21, 3:45 PM ET
Connecticut

Amendment: In Person Early Voting

Authorizes the state to offer in-person early voting.

Yes
Winner
60.5%
No
39.5%
89% of expected vote in
1,135,589 votes
Updated Nov. 12, 10:32 AM ET
Michigan

Proposal 2: Expand Voting Access

Changes voting policies in Michigan, including requiring nine days of early voting, authorizing absentee ballot drop boxes, and allowing voters without photo ID to sign an affidavit verifying their identity.

Yes
Winner
60%
No
40%
96% of expected vote in
4,309,021 votes
Updated Nov. 22, 6:43 PM ET
Nevada

Question 3: Top 5 Primaries and Ranked Choice Voting

Establishes open top-five primaries and ranked-choice voting for all congressional, gubernatorial, state official, and state legislative elections.

Yes
Winner
52.9%
No
47.1%
97% of expected vote in
991,503 votes
Updated Nov. 23, 6:51 PM ET
Ohio

Issue 2: Limit Voting for Noncitizens

Adds language to the Ohio Constitution to require that only US citizens who have been registered to vote for at least 30 days can participate in any state or local elections, and prohibits local governments from allowing a person to vote in state or local elections if they do not meet these qualifications.

Yes
Winner
77%
No
23%
93% of expected vote in
3,944,302 votes
Updated Nov. 23, 10:42 AM ET

Firearms

Iowa

Amendment: Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Adds language to the Iowa Constitution to state that citizens have the right to keep and bear arms.

Yes
Winner
65.2%
No
34.8%
94% of expected vote in
1,148,893 votes
Updated Nov. 17, 5:11 PM ET
Oregon

Measure 114: Increase Gun Ownership Requirements

Changes the procedure to purchase a firearm, including requiring a permit, background check, and safety training for anyone who wants to purchase a firearm. This measure also prohibits the manufacture or sale of ammunition magazines that hold more than ten rounds.

Yes
Winner
50.7%
No
49.3%
99% of expected vote in
1,911,376 votes
Updated Nov. 25, 9:01 PM ET

Marijuana

Arkansas

Issue 4: Legalize Marijuana

Legalizes the possession and use of marijuana by adults 21 and older, and authorizes the cultivation and sale of marijuana by licensed commercial facilities.

No
Winner
56.2%
Yes
43.8%
95% of expected vote in
898,054 votes
Updated Nov. 24, 11:21 PM ET
Maryland

Question 4: Legalize Marijuana

Legalizes the use of marijuana by adults 21 and older.

Yes
Winner
67.1%
No
32.9%
99% of expected vote in
1,913,119 votes
Updated Nov. 22, 11:56 AM ET
Missouri

Amendment 3: Legalize Marijuana

Removes existing state prohibitions on marijuana and legalize the purchase, possession, consumption, use, delivery, manufacture, and sale of marijuana for personal use for adults 21 and older. It also allows individuals with certain marijuana-related offenses to be released from prison, parole, or probation.

Yes
Winner
53.1%
No
46.9%
99% of expected vote in
2,051,247 votes
Updated Nov. 10, 4:11 PM ET
North Dakota

Measure 2: Legalize Marijuana

Legalizes the production, processing, sale, and possession of marijuana by adults 21 and older.

No
Winner
54.9%
Yes
45.1%
96% of expected vote in
238,800 votes
Updated Nov. 28, 9:38 AM ET
South Dakota

Measure 27: Legalize Marijuana

Legalizes the use, possession, and distribution of marijuana by adults 21 and older.

No
Winner
52.9%
Yes
47.1%
99% of expected vote in
347,463 votes
Updated Nov. 22, 5:23 PM ET

Minimum wage

Nevada

Question 2: Increase Minimum Wage

Increases the state's minimum wage to $12 per hour by July 1, 2024, removes provisions that set different minimum wage rates for employees based on whether the employer provides health benefits, and stops existing annual adjustments to minimum wage determined by inflation.

Yes
Winner
55.2%
No
44.8%
97% of expected vote in
989,146 votes
Updated Nov. 23, 6:51 PM ET

Sports betting

California

Proposition 26: Legalize Sports Betting

Allows in-person sports betting at tribal casinos and licensed racetracks.

No
Winner
67%
Yes
33%
95% of expected vote in
10,435,702 votes
Updated Nov. 26, 10:32 PM ET
California

Proposition 27: Legalize Online Sports Betting

Allows tribes and gambling companies to offer online and mobile sports betting, and imposes a 10% tax on revenue.

No
Winner
82.3%
Yes
17.7%
96% of expected vote in
10,545,371 votes
Updated Nov. 26, 10:32 PM ET

The expected vote is the total number of votes that are expected in a given race once all votes are counted. This number is an estimate and is based on several different factors, including information on the number of votes cast early as well as information provided to our vote reporters on Election Day from county election officials. The figure can change as NBC News gathers new information.

Source: National Election Pool (NEP)