While senators are not up for reelection until 2024, here's a look at how the constitutional amendment on abortion performed in each of the state's Senate districts.
The numbers were provided by Wichita State political scientist Brian Amos after the district-by-district data came available from the secretary of state's office last week.
Here are numbers for the House in case you missed them.
The amendment prevailed in 13 out of the state's 40 Senate districts.
In two . . .