Oklahoma Passes On Recreational Marijuana Question; 68% Of Kay County Voters Say No

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Oklahoma voters turned down the legalization of recreational marijuana Tuesday.

The “no” vote for State Question 820 was nearly 62-percent, or just over 349,000 votes statewide. There were 217,000 votes in support of the measure. Overall, turnout of registered voters was just over 25 percent.

In Kay County, 68-percent of voters (4,583) rejected the measure.

In 2018, 56-percent of Oklahoma voters passed the legalization of medicinal marijuana.

There are 21 states in the U.S. where recreational cannabis use is legal.

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