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Headlines from November 6:
Two solid summaries of what happened on Election Day:
And Christie’s win has reignited speculation about his presidential ambitions.
Illinois is the 15th state to do so.
Mike Duggan Projected to Win Detroit Mayoral Election — Michigan Live
Duggan's history of turning around struggling organizations appealed to voters.
De Blasio is the first Democrat to win since the 1980s. He says he’ll end stop-and-frisk.
Landslide Victory for Legal Marijuana in Portland, Maine, 3 Michigan Cities — Seattle Post Intelligencer
Proponents of the measures hope to spur statewide action on the issue.
NJ Voters Approve Constitutional Amendment Raising the Minimum Wage — The Star-Ledger
The amendment also tied future increases to inflation.
The initiative would have made Washington the first in the country to require such labeling.
In an election that seemed to mirror national fissures in the Republican Party, the Tea Party candidate lost.
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