It’s safe to say there was at least one candidate almost everyone could agree on this election: Legal weed.
Eight out of the nine states that could vote for legalizing recreational or medical marijuana did vote in favor. Joining the recreational cannabis club (which already consisted of Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Alaska and Washington DC) are California, Massachusetts, Maine and Nevada.
The Arizona Marijuana Legalization Initiative was the only Act that failed to pass, with 52 percent against and 48 percent in favor.
The medical field expanded with Florida (with a whopping 71 percent of voters in favor), Arkansas, Montana, who voted to remove previously-placed restrictions on their already legal medical marijuana, and North Dakota.