West Virginia MetroNews – Constitutional amendments were headed toward defeat as results came in Election Night.
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With more than three quarters of all precincts across the state reporting, Amendment One on impeachment powers was being voted down 219,792 to 157,161. Amendment Two, the highest profile measure about property taxes, was being defeated 253,913 to 133,474.
Amendment Three, which drew very little criticism to allow religious institutions to incorporate, was being defeated 203,642 to 168,572. And Amendment Four, which would have given legislators greater oversight of state educational policies, was being defeated 223,710 to 158,215.