Alabama

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
No mandatory health care

Prohibits laws requiring mandatory participation in a health care system. More infomation.

Winner Yes
963,516 59%
No
670,744 41%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Arizona

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Change to open primaries

Replaces party primaries with single primary for all candidates, with the top two vote-getters, regardless of party, facing off in the general election. More infomation.

Winner No
1,241,567 67%
Yes
606,006 33%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Arkansas

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Medical marijuana

Makes the medical use of marijuana legal under Arkansas law. Establishes a system for the cultivation and distribution of marijuana through non-profit medical dispensaries. More infomation.

Winner Against
535,757 51%
For
505,613 49%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

California

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Revise Three Strikes law

Revises law to impose life sentence only when new felony conviction is serious or violent. More infomation.

Winner Yes
7,118,443 69%
No
3,224,925 31%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Label genetic foods

Requires labeling of foods made from plants or animals that have had their genetic material altered. Prohibits marketing these foods as "natural," with some exeptions. More infomation.

Winner No
5,521,798 53%
Yes
4,944,810 47%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Tax increase for schools, colleges

Increases taxes on earnings over $250,000 for seven years and sales taxes by one quarter cent for four years, to fund schools. Backed by Gov. Jerry Brown. More infomation.

Winner Yes
5,743,686 54%
No
4,830,193 46%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Repeal death penalty

Repeals death penalty and replaces it with life imprisonment without possibility of parole. More infomation.

Winner No
5,460,485 53%
Yes
4,928,004 47%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Increase taxes for K-12 schools

Increases personal taxes using sliding scale, for 12 years. Revenues go to K–12 schools and early childhood programs, and for four years to repaying state debt. More infomation.

Winner No
7,457,890 72%
Yes
2,855,247 28%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Colorado

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Legalize marijuana

Amends the state constitution to permit a person 21 years of age or older to possess and consume limited amounts of marijuana. More infomation.

Winner Yes
1,291,771 55%
No
1,064,342 45%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Florida

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Religious school funding

Removes the state's constitutional ban against funding religious organizations with taxpayer money. It requires approval by 60 percent of voters. More infomation.

Winner No
4,286,139 55%
Yes
3,440,937 45%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Prohibit mandatory health coverage

Amends the state constitution to prohibits laws that compel any person or employer to purchase, or otherwise provide for health care coverage. Requires approval by 60 percent of voters. More infomation.

Winner No
3,856,307 51%
Yes
3,632,276 49%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Prohibit public funding of abortions

Amends the state constitution to prohibit public funds from being used for any abortion, or for health benefits that include coverage of abortion. It requires approval by 60 percent of voters. More infomation.

Winner No
4,307,973 55%
Yes
3,511,326 45%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Idaho

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Create right to hunt and fish

Would make hunting, fishing, and trapping a constitutional right in Idaho. More infomation.

Winner Yes
456,331 73%
No
165,323 27%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Kentucky

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Create right to hunt and fish

Would amend the state constitution to create a specific right to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife, using traditional methods, subject only to laws enacted by the legislature and to limited administrative regulations. More infomation.

Winner Yes
1,298,343 84%
No
238,320 16%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Maine

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Allow same-sex marriages

Would allow Maine to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. More infomation.

Winner Yes
366,071 53%
No
329,143 47%
98% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Maryland

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Uphold same-sex marriage law

Asks voters to uphold a 2012 state law allowing gay and lesbian couples to obtain a civil marriage license. More infomation.

Winner For
1,258,952 52%
Against
1,156,578 48%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Expand commercial gambling

Would expand commercial gambling by authorizing table games, increasing the maximum number of video lottery terminals, and allowing a sixth casino in Prince George's County. More infomation.

Winner For
1,269,227 52%
Against
1,172,310 48%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Illegal immigrant tuition

Would allow undocumented immigrants to pay in-state or in-county tuition at Maryland colleges. More infomation.

Winner For
1,392,932 58%
Against
995,619 42%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Massachusetts

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Assisted suicide

Would allow a doctor to prescribe medication, at a terminally ill patient's request, to end that patient's life. More infomation.

Winner No
1,517,363 51%
Yes
1,454,448 49%

Town-by-town results

100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Allow medical marijuana use

Would eliminate state criminal and civil penalties for the medical use of marijuana by patients with certain conditions. More infomation.

Winner Yes
1,896,229 63%
No
1,098,431 37%

Town-by-town results

100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Minnesota

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Require voters to show ID

Would amend the state constitution to require that all voters present valid photo identification before casting their ballots. More infomation.

Winner No
1,540,507 52%
Yes
1,363,640 46%
Estimated Blanks
46,466 2%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Ban same-sex marriage

Would amend the state constitution to define marriage as the union of one man to one woman. More infomation.

Winner No
1,512,156 51%
Yes
1,401,275 47%
Estimated Blanks
37,830 1%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Missouri

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Approve tobacco tax

Amends Missouri law to create the Health and Education Trust Fund with proceeds from a tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products. More infomation.

Winner No
1,357,437 51%
Yes
1,314,856 49%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Prohibit health exchanges

Prohibits the creation of a state-based health insurance exchange, unless the exchange is created by a legislative act, an initiative petition, or referendum. More infomation.

Winner Yes
1,567,816 62%
No
970,924 38%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Montana

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Parental notification of abortions

Prohibits a physician from performing an abortion on a minor under 16 years of age unless a her parent or legal guardian is notified at least 48 hours in advance. More infomation.

Winner For
331,362 71%
Against
138,579 29%
94% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Deny services to illegal immigrants

Prohibits providing state services to people who are not US citizens and who have unlawfully entered or unlawfully remained in the United States. More infomation.

Winner For
374,511 79%
Against
97,139 21%
94% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Prohibit mandatory health insurance

Prohibits the state and federal governments from requiring Montana residents to purchase health insurance, and from imposing any tax, fee, or fine on those who do not. More infomation.

Winner For
281,218 67%
Against
139,205 33%
94% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Overhauls medical marijuana law

Repeals a medical marijuana law approved by voters in 2004 and replaces it with a stricter one. It ightens eligibility requirements, and places restrictions on providers, limiting them to three customers and not allowing them to charge for their product. More infomation.

Winner For
235,444 57%
Against
180,521 43%
94% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Nebraska

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Create right to hunt and fish

Amends the state constitution to establish a right to hunt, to fish, and to harvest wildlife. More infomation.

Winner For
539,818 77%
Against
163,923 23%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Oregon

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Legalize marijuana

Allows adults to use and cultivate marijuana and hemp without a license. Sets up a commission to regulate commercial marijuana cultivation and sale. More infomation.

Winner No
898,048 54%
Yes
780,238 46%
96% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Allow privately owned casinos

Amends the state constitution to allow the establishment of privately owned casinos. Casinos are required to give a percentage of monthly revenue to State Lottery. More infomation.

Winner No
1,189,487 72%
Yes
468,513 28%
96% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Authorize casino in Wood Village

Authorizes a single privately-owned casino in Wood Village. Would become operative only if the measure amending the state constitution to allow private casinos is also approved. More infomation.

Winner No
1,171,502 71%
Yes
482,679 29%
96% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Rhode Island

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Expand gambling at Twin River

Should the Twin River Casino in Lincoln be allowed to add table games to the types of gambling it offers? More infomation.

Winner Approve
280,396 71%
Reject
114,261 29%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Expand gambling at Newport Grand

Should the Newport Grand slot parlor in the city of Newport be allowed to add table games to the types of gambling it offers? More infomation.

Approve
259,082 67%
Winner Reject
129,488 33%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Washington

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Allow same-sex marriages

Voters will decide whether or not to approve a law passed earlier this year that allows same-sex couples to marry. More infomation.

Winner Approve
1,527,272 53%
Reject
1,341,926 47%
89% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Legalize marijuana

This measure would remove state-law criminal and civil penalties for marijuana production, distribution, and possession by persons over 21. More infomation.

Winner Yes
1,593,680 55%
No
1,279,005 45%
89% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Wyoming

Ballot choice Votes Pct.
Create right to hunt, fish, trap

Amends the Wyoming constitution to specify that the state will preserve citizens’ opportunities to hunt, fish and trap. More infomation.

Winner Yes
211,526 89%
No
25,521 11%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM
Establish health care rights

The constitutional amendment says adults "shall have the right to make his or her own health care decisions," and that the state must act to preserve these rights from "undue government infringement." More infomation.

Winner Yes
181,313 77%
No
54,206 23%
100% reporting | Updated 11:14 AM

Other results

Massachusetts races
National races

Key to party abbreviations

AIP -- American Independent
AmC -- American Constitution
AmE -- Americans Elect
AmP -- America's Party
ATP -- American Third Position
Cnl -- Constitutional
Con -- Conservative
CST -- Constitution
DCG -- DC Statehood Green
Dem -- Democratic
GOP -- Republican
GRP -- Grass Roots
Grn -- Green
IAP -- Independent American
IGr -- Independent Green
Ind -- independent
Inp -- Independence
IP -- Independent Party
IPD -- Independent Party of Delaware
JP -- Justice Party
Lib -- Libertarian
LUn -- Liberty Union
Mnt -- Mountain
NLP -- Natural Law
NMI -- New Mexico Independent
NPA -- No party affiliation
NPD -- No party designation
Obj -- Objectivist
Oth -- Other
PAG -- Pacific Green
PEC -- Petitioning candidate
PFP -- Peace & Freedom
Prg -- Progressive
Pro -- Prohibition
PSL -- Party of Socialism and Liberation
RP -- Reform
SEP -- Socialist Equality
Soc -- Socialist
SPU -- Socialist USA
SWP -- Socialist Workers
Una -- Unaffiliated
Unr -- Unenrolled
UST -- Taxpayers
WTP -- We the People
WYC -- Wyoming Country