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Wed, Nov 7, 2012 11:15 AM EST

While eyes were glued to television screens waiting for word on the president, votes were still being tallied in a set of state ballot initiatives about the lives of people of color, women, immigrants and the working folks. Here's a quick rundown of the results in key ballot measures.

Last night we reported some decidedly mixed early results. Oklahoma voters banned affirmative action in government hiring and public education, while Maryland voters broadly approved a state DREAM Act, granting in-state tuition to undocumented immigrants.

As Maryland made itself more inclusive of undocumented immigrants, Montana voters excluded undocumented immigrations from state services. A measure there requires state agencies check the immigration status of anyone applying for state permits, licenses, disability benefits, state employment and services for crime victims. The ACLU warns that on top of its impact on immigrants, the law would exclude many citizens who lack needed identification.