3 Key Ballot Initiatives Voters Moved On At Midterms
In Tuesday's midterms, voters in several states moved on key ballot initiatives. Here's some of the highlights.By Jay Strubberg | November 5, 2014
After Tuesday's midterm election, much of the spotlight went to the new Republican-controlled Congress, as the GOP took control of both houses for the first time in Obama's presidency.
But outside of the candidates, there were several key ballot initiatives voters moved on as well. Here are the highlights.
First up, minimum wage hikes. Voters in Alaska, Arkansas, Nebraska and South Dakota passed measures to increase each state's minimum wage by $1.25 or more within the next three years.