Amendment 3 proposes to legalize recreational marijuana and expunge non-violent marijuana-related crimes. The vote totals are currently in favor of the amendment.

All results are from the Missouri Secretary of State’s website:

3253 of 3266 Precincts

U.S. Senate

(R) Eric Schmitt: 1,138,637 votes*

(D) Trudy Busch-Valentine: 867,987 votes

Recreational Marijuana – Amendment 3

YES: 1,086,776 votes

NO: 958,427 votes

National Guard Becoming its own state department – Amendment 5

YES: 1,190,060 votes*

NO: 786,226 votes

The ballot measure would require the KC Police Department Amendment 4

YES: 1,262,179 votes*

NO: 733,702 votes

Allows the General Assembly to override the current constitutional restrictions of state investments by the state treasurer – Amendment 1

YES: 891,816 votes

NO: 1,057,722 votes

Constitutional Convention:

YES: 630,504 votes

NO: 1,320,927 votes*

State Auditor

(R) Scott Fitzpatrick: 1,210,942 votes*

(D) Alan Green: 767,672 votes

U.S. House, District 1

(R) Andrew Jones: 53,572 votes

(D) Cori Bush: 160,042 votes*

U.S. House, District 2

(R) Ann Wagner: 173,035 votes

(D) Trish Gunby: 135,639 votes

U.S. House, District 3

(R) Blaine Luetkemeyer: 180,358 votes*

(D) Bethany Mann: 96,465 votes

U.S. House, District 4

(R) Mark Alford: 181,013 votes*

(D) Jack Truman: 66,669 votes

U.S. House, District 5

(R) Jacob Turk: 83,794 votes

(D) Emanuel Cleaver, II: 139,882 votes*

U.S. House, District 6

(R) Sam Graves: 184,070 votes*

(D) Henry Martin: 71,939 votes

U.S. House, District 7

(R) Eric Burlison: 172,888 votes*

(D) Kristen Radaker Sheafer: 66,213 votes

U.S. House, District 8

(R) Jason Smith: 186,259 votes*

(D) Randi McCallian: 53,661 votes

To find out what is going on in your local district: visit the Secretary of State’s website.