Maine: Gay Marriage Barely Ahead
With 22 percent of precincts reporting, Maine's ballot measure to repeal the state's gay marriage law is barely trailing, with 55,569 "no" votes ...
With 22 percent of precincts reporting, Maine's ballot measure to repeal the state's gay marriage law is barely trailing, with 55,569 "no" votes to 55,267 on the "yes" side. That's 50.62 percent to 49.38 percent.
The medical marijuana measure is passing handily, while the repeal of school consolidation -- an issue Josh and I have both written about in the past -- is losing by a 20-point margin.
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