What will it do: It will prevent state courts from declaring abortion restrictions unconstitutional at the state level.
What will it do: Abortion is prohibited when the fetus is 22 weeks old. This includes exceptions to save the life of a pregnant woman but does not apply to rape or incest. Doctors who continue to have an abortion at 22 weeks could face a penalty.
Proposed California 22
What will it do: Continue to treat ride-hailing and delivery drivers like independent contractors with some proposed benefit incentives. If it is not passed, those workers could be considered minimum wage workers, overtime pay, workers’ compensation, unemployment insurance and paid sick leave.
What will it do: Allows adults 21 years of age and older to own, consume or convert to one ounce of marijuana and create a management system for growing and selling produce.
What it will do: Allows physicians to recommend medical marijuana to patients with any of the 22 qualifying conditions such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
What it will do: Limit medical marijuana smoking for critically ill people, and will leave future regulatory frameworks to the legislature.
What it will do: Amend the state constitution to set 21 as the legal age for buying, possessing and consuming marijuana.
What it will do: Allows adults in the state to own, purchase and use recreational marijuana and impose a 20% tax on recreational marijuana. It will also allow people serving a sentence for certain marijuana-related behaviors to apply for sentence or removal.
What it will do: Amend state constitution to legalize marijuana for personal, non-medical use by adults 21 years of age and older.
What it will do: Establish a medical marijuana program and registration system for those who qualify.
What it will do: Legalizes marijuana for all adults and requires state legislators to pass medical cannabis and hemp laws.
What it will do: Approved a new state flag design, after the state Legislature this summer canceled the 1894 flag featuring the Southern Union combat symbol. The new design is selected out of 3,000 options and features a magnolia flower surrounded by 20 stars, denoting the state’s status in the 20th state. The flag also includes the words “We believe in God. “, as required by law. If the voters decide against the proposed design, the process of selecting a new flag will begin again.
The vote of the state of Puerto Rico
What it will do: Record the voter response to the question: “Should Puerto Rico be immediately admitted to the Union as a State?” State rights are ultimately in the hands of the US Congress.
What it will do: Create a redistricting committee – consisting of eight members of the General Assembly and eight citizens – responsible for engaging the legislative districts of parliament and the state. The General Assembly, without the governor, will vote on the districts but cannot change them. The state supreme court will withdraw the counties if the redistricting committee fails to do so or the General Assembly does not enact them. Under the current state Constitution, the General Assembly and the governor will draw new constituencies for the US House of Representatives, the State Senate, and the House of Representatives.
Other voting questions to see
- Alaska’s Ballot Measure 2 and Massachusetts Question 2 will decide whether to pass a selective vote that ranks the elections.
- California’s Prop 16 would restore the affirmative action, which was banned in the state 24 years ago, by repealing an amendment passed in 1996.
- California’s Prop 18 asks if 17-year-olds can vote.
- California’s Prop 25 would allow 2018 law to end the cash guarantee in effect.
- Mississippi Ballot Measure No. 2 asks voters whether to remove the Jim Crow-era voting clause that requires a candidate to secure a majority in the state popular vote and win a majority in 122 districts. home in the state of Mississippi.
- Montana legislative referendum 130 would limit the local government’s authority to regulate the carrying of concealed weapons.
- State of Rhode Island Question 1 will cross out “and Providence Plantations” from the state’s official name.
This story will be updated when the election results are confirmed.
CNN’s Lauren Dezenski, Ronnie Glassberg, Caroline Kelly and Ray Sanchez contributed to this report.