Will Amendment 2 pass? See county-by-county map of 2014 vote

Cannabis at a dispensary in Oakland, Calif. Photo by Jeff Ostrowski/The Palm Beach Post

Cannabis at a dispensary in Oakland, Calif. Photo by Jeff Ostrowski/The Palm Beach Post

Amendment 2 narrowly failed in 2014, garnering nearly 58 percent of the vote. Among Florida’s 67 counties, support ranged from a low of 40 percent in Hardee County to a high of 72 percent in Monroe County.

The measure would expand Florida’s state-regulated medical marijuana sector. In just eight counties (Pinellas, Palm Beach, Franklin, Wakulla, Alachua, Gadsden, Leon, Broward and Monroe) did the vote top the 60 percent threshold required of new amendments. Check out our county-by-county map for last election’s results:

 

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