See How Your County Voted on Each California Proposition

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Well, it's over. Almost.

The presidential election has finally been called, closing out an agonizing week of suspense. So too have the majority of local and statewide contests in California. All 12 state propositions have now been called by the Associated Press. That said, there are still millions of outstanding mail-in ballots left to be processed and counted in the Golden State. Ballots are still being accepted up until Nov. 20, as long as they were postmarked by Election Day.

These 12 maps show up-to-date statewide tallies for every proposition, and how people in each county voted — on everything from stem cell research to gig workers. The data is from the California Secretary of State website, and is updated regularly as additional votes are tallied and reported by county registrars. Check out KQED's 2020 Election site for a complete list of local and statewide results.