Here’s how some energy issues fared in Tuesday’s elections in other states.
In Maine, voters rejected a measure to create a consumer-owned utlity. Those who supported the idea were outspent 40 to one.
Voters there also supported a move that prohibits foreign companies from spending money to influence referendums on proposed power line projects.
Another issue allowing utlities to take on more than $1 billion in debt also passed in Maine.