There were four measures on the North Dakota statewide ballot this election.
Three out of the four were passed by North Dakota voters this election cycle.
Measure 1, which pertained to the transparency of funding sources, lobbyists, conflicts of interests, and the establishment of an Ethics Commission, was passed by North Dakota voters by a margin of 53 percent to 46 percent.
Measure 2, which pertained to the elections in which a qualified elector may vote, passed by a 65 percent to 34 percent margin.
Measure 3, which was the hottest contested measure across North Dakota, would have legalized marijuana. It was the lone measure to fail Tuesday night, failing by a margin of 19 percentage points.
The final measure, Measure 4, establishes personalized vehicle plates for volunteer emergency responders. That passed resoundingly in North Dakota, with a margin of 64 percent to 35 percent.