Amendment 1

YES - 1,459,576 - 62%   NO - 895,012 - 38%

Amends Missouri Constitution to change process for redrawing state legislative districts, change limits on campaign contributions, establish a limit on gifts that state legislators, and their employees, can accept from paid lobbyists, prohibit state legislators, and their employees, from serving as paid lobbyists for a period of time, require legislative records and proceedings to be open to the public.

Amendment 2

YES - 1,572,592 - 66%   NO - 826,777 - 35%

Amends Missouri Constitution to allow the use of marijuana for medical purposes. Imposes a 4 percent tax on the retail sale of marijuana with funds from these taxes for health and care services for military veterans.

Amendment 3

YES - 747,977 - 31%   NO - 1,631,228 - 69%

Amends Missouri Constitution to allow the use of marijuana for medical purposes. Imposes a 15 percent tax on the retail sale of marijuana, and a tax on the wholesale sale of marijuana with funds from these taxes to establish a state research institute for developing cures and treatments for cancer and other incurable diseases.

Amendment 4

YES - 1,186,642 - 52%   NO - 1,079,356 - 48%

Amends the Missouri constitution to remove language limiting bingo game advertising that a court ruled unenforceable and allow a member of a licensed organization conducting bingo games to participate in the management of bingo games after being a member of the organization for six months instead of the current two years?

Proposition B

YES - 1,488,368 - 62%   NO - 901,808 - 38%

Increases the state minimum wage to $8.60 per hour with 85 cents per hour increase each year until 2023, when the state minimum wage would be $12 per hour.

Proposition C

YES - 1,031,371 - 44%   NO - 1,339,299 - 57%

Removes state prohibitions on personal use and possession of marijuana with a written certification by a physician. Removes state prohibitions on growth, possession, production, and sale of medical marijuana. Two percent sales tax funds veterans’ services.

Proposition D

YES - 1,101,830 - 46%   NO - 1,274,099 - 54%

Increases state motor fuel tax by two and one half cents per gallon annually for four years beginning July 1, 2019. Measure to generate at least $288 million annually for Missouri state law enforcement and $123 million annually to local governments for road construction.