Ranked Choice Voting, or “instant runoff” elections are put to the test in Maine, and could spread across the country.
The “Live Free or Die” state will present a ballot initiative that would add language to New Hampshire’s state constitution clarifying that “an individual’s right to live free from governmental intrusion in private or personal information is natural, essential, and inherent.”
“Question 6” would require that 50 percent of Nevada’s energy come from renewable resources by 2030. Arizona votes on a similar ballot measure this year.
A ballot measure in North Carolina would establish a state constitutional right to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife.
The ballot measure in North Carolina would require voters to present a photo ID to vote in person.
“Issue 1” would reform Ohio’s drug laws by making any offense related to drug possession no more than a misdemeanor.
Voters in Georgia, as well as Florida, Virginia, Kentucky, Oklahoma and Nevada will weigh in on a November referendum that aims to give more rights to crime victims and their families.
They say you can’t get water from a stone, but one man says he can solve California’s water crisis with water from the desert.
It seemed like a good idea 60 years ago.