Massachusetts voters approve wireless vehicle data access measure, reject ranked-choice voting

Massachusetts voters approved Question 1, the measure requiring wireless vehicle data access to owners and independent auto repair shops related to the state’s “right to repair law.” It was approved 75% to 25% according to unofficial election night results. Voters defeated Question 2 55% to 45% with 82 percent of precincts reporting. Question 2 would have made Massachusetts the second state after Maine to use ranked choice voting for state elections. The Yes on 2 campaign conceded the race.

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