The Huge Ballot Measures You Forgot Existed

Tuesday, November 06, 2012

The focus today, and late Tuesday night, is on the presidential race. But farther down the ticket is often where we find the greater impact —representatives, judges, and statewide ballot measures.

The significance of this isn’t lost of mega-donors. Millions of dollars have been funneled into campaigns on gay marriage, euthanasia, and the death penalty.

Andrew Cohen is a contributing editor for The Atlantic, a legal analyst for 60 Minutes, and an interested observer in tonight's results.

Guests:

Andrew Cohen

Produced by:

Brad Mielke

Comments [1]

Jack Jackson from Central New Jersey

Provided of course that your governor believes in the democratic processes of our republic and DOES NOT slow walk implementation of the validly passed and signed law into action.

No state executive who has to answer to the public on election day would do such a thing? Would he?

Nov. 06 2012 03:41 PM

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