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By the numbers: Voting results for Alaska, Oregon, Florida and DC

Here’s a look at the latest unofficial returns as of 10 a.m. MST Wednesday coming from Tuesday’s election, where voters in Alaska, Oregon and Washington, D.C., considered legalizing recreational marijuana, and Florida’s medical marijuana measure, which required 60 percent approval (x-decision):


Marijuana vote 2014:
A special report from The Cannabist

The decisions: Marijuana measures pass in Oregon, Alaska and Washington, D.C.; Florida medical marijuana vote falls short

More: National and Colorado election coverage


Alaska

Ballot Measure 2: Legalize recreational marijuana for adult personal use

100 percent precincts reporting

x-Yes: 116,803 — 52 percent

No: 107,179 — 48 percent


Oregon

Measure 91: Legalize recreational marijuana for adult personal use

842 of 1,000 precincts reporting — 86 percent

x-Yes: 688,235 — 55 percent

No: 568,538 — 45 percent


District of Columbia

Initiative 71: Legalize recreational marijuana for adult personal use

100 percent precincts reporting

x-Yes: 96,113 — 69 percent

No: 42,280 — 31 percent


Florida

Amendment 2: Allow medical use of marijuana if prescribed by a licensed doctor.

100 percent precincts reporting

Yes: 3,357,513 — 58 percent

x-No: 2,473,585 — 42 percent

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