by on November 6, 2012
Voters in three states are deciding whether to legalize recreational marijuana. Three other states are casting ballots on marijuana for medical use. Refresh this page for the latest results.

Amendment 64 amends the state constitution to allow the personal use and sale of recreational marijuana in a manner similar to alcohol. Tax revenues go to school construction and the state's general fund.
Votes Percent
Yes 1,040,748 54%
No 905,822 47%
57% reporting

Measure 80, endorsed by Willie Nelson, legalizes the personal use and sale of marijuana by adults. Tax proceeds go to the state's general fund and drug treatment.
Yes 478,717 45%
No 577,968 55%
48% reporting

Initiative 502 legalizes it — but only for people over the age of 21. And sorry green thumbs: personal cultivation without a license is still illegal.
Yes 1,029,446 56%
No 826,952 45%
50% reporting

Question 3 follows the lead of neighboring Rhode Island, which has been bogarting all the medical marijuana in Narragansett Bay since 2006.
Yes 1,620,235 63%
No 942,301 37%
86% reporting

Issue 5 makes the state the first in the south to approve medical marijuana.
For 441,557 48%
Against 475,927 52%
73% reporting

Initiative 124 is a total buzzkill: it ratifies restrictions on medical marijuana that the state's legislature put in place in 2011.
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