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Election 2020: All you need to know about cannabis legalization on the ballot
Updated Nov. 3 voting results Each measure needs 50.01% to win. Results are updated as soon as state officials release more totals.
Arizona: Adult Use APPROVE (Prop. 207)
Mississippi: Real Medical Use APPROVE (I-65)
Mississippi: Fake Medical Use APPROVE (I-65A)
Montana: Adult Use APPROVE (I-190)
Montana: Adult Use APPROVE (CI-118)
New Jersey: Adult Use APPROVE (Question 1)
Oregon: Measure 109 (psilocybin) APPROVE
Oregon: Measure 110 (drug decrim) APPROVE
South Dakota: Medical Use APPROVE (IM-26)
South Dakota: Adult Use APPROVE (CA-A)
The sun may be setting on cannabis prohibition in many states tonight. (Photo courtesy of Cannaclusive) Facts about ballot counting
You’re going to hear a lot about ballot counting this week. Here are some facts, courtesy of the National Conference of State Legislatures, which is a nonpartisan organization.
Every state continues to count ballots after Election Day. That is totally normal, it happens in every single election. It takes time to count them all. No state certifies a winner, in any race, on Election Night. Counting all the votes is not tantamount to stealing the election. Counting all the