Proposition 1, the statewide measure for a constitutional amendment for abortion, was ahead Tuesday night with 69% of the votes across the state.
That’s with about a third of California’s precincts partially reporting, according to the California Secretary of State’s Office.
With a similar number of precincts reporting, the office reported the following results.
Proposition 30, the tax to fund electric vehicles, was behind with 56.9% of people voting.
Proposition 27, the online sports wagering outside of tribal lands, was behind with 70.4% voting “no.”
Proposition 28, favoring public school arts and music education funding, was ahead with 63.4% of the vote.
Proposition 31, the prohibition against sale of flavored tobacco products, was ahead with 65.2% of the vote.
Proposition 29, which would regulate kidney dialysis clinics, was behind and had just 30.2% of the votes in favor of it.
Proposition 26, which supported sports wagering on tribal lands, was behind with just 29.6% voting yes.