Midterm elections are less than a week away, and all eyes are on the high-stakes Senate, House and gubernatorial races. But most voters will also be looking at a slate of ballot initiatives — those are statewide proposals to enact or repeal new laws or constitutional amendments.
This year, there are 132 of them — some related to the country's most divisive issues, others specific to single states or towns. Here & Now's Robin Young discusses the landscape of ballot questions with Ryan Byrne, managing editor for the ballot measures team at Ballotpedia.
This segment aired on November 2, 2022.