Dane County residents came out in support of legalizing marijuana and non-partisan redistricting reform in two referendums on Tuesday's spring election ballot.
The first advisory referendum asked whether the state constitution should be amended to require a non-partisan system for redistricting in the state. It passed by a margin of 82 percent to 18 percent.
The referendum asked residents if they support reform of how district lines are drawn, both at the state and county levels.
Sixty-four percent of the voters supported the legalization of marijuana in the state.