The results from across the country keep pouring in: Kansas yesterday approved a state constitutional amendment defining marriage as being between one man and one woman with 70 percent in favor, a typical result and one that closely matches a virtually unreported CNN/USAToday/Gallup poll from last weekend showing 68 percent of Americans holding that view.
Early reports from yesterday indicate that voter turnout in the most populated areas of The Jayhawk State was brisk.
Similar reports appeared this morning:
The issue appeared to bring out more voters than usual for a spring election. State officials said spring off-year elections generally produce a turnout in the 10 percent to 20 percent range. Johnson County reported a turnout of 29 percent.