Precursor to 2016? Conservatives Win Big on Election Night as Voters Elect GOP Governors, Reject 'Bathroom Bill,' Pot
By Valerie Richardson, The Washington Times
In the election races across the country Tuesday, Houston voters rejected a transgender “bathroom bill,” Ohioans torched legal marijuana, and Republicans captured both gubernatorial contest races at stake.
With 30 percent of precincts counted, The Associated Press declared that Houston’s Proposition 1 had gone down to defeat. The measure was taking a beating with 62 percent of voters against the measure and 38 percent in favor.
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- Republican Matt Bevin Wins Kentucky Governor Race
- Ohio 'Strongly' Rejects Legalizing Marijuana
- A Measure of Justice for Katie: San Francisco Sheriff Loses Re-election Bid Amid 'Sanctuary City' Controversy
- Connecticut city elects former mayor who served time in federal prison