Of 115 counties in Missouri, including St. Louis City, 73 voted in favor of Constitutional Amendment 1, "Clean Missouri," by a vote of 51% or higher. Fourteen counties had a borderline vote in support, meaning their vote fell between 49.00% and 50.99%. Twenty-eight counties' support was less than 49%.
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Missouri lawmakers voted 98-56 Wednesday to put a measure on November's ballot that would overturn the 2018 amendment.
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