Rubio Wins in Florida
GOP Finds Safety in Indiana
Blunt Plurality for the Win
Masto Wins in Nevada
New Hampshire Still Too Close to Call
Burr Retains Seat in North Carolina
Toomey Pulls It Off in Pennsylvania
Trump Takes the White House
Legalized Pot Wins More States
The projected results bring the number of states that have legalized cannabis to 28, a number that could rise to 29 when all the votes are counted in Montana, which also had a medical marijuana initiative on the ballot.
The outcome in Maine, Arizona and Nevada, which have already legalized medical marijuana but were considering recreational use measures Tuesday, also hung in the balance.
The growing number of states that have legalized at least some use of marijuana puts added pressure on lawmakers and regulators to smooth the way for credit unions and banks to serve legitimate pot businesses.
In Louisiana, where a plurality is not sufficient to win, a runoff will be held Dec. 10 between Democrat Foster Campbell and Republican John Kennedy.