We had a few elections last week that produced some interesting results.
First up was Ohio's rejection of Proposition 2 which would have limited collective bargaining rights. 61% of the voters rejected it so that's more than a simple majority.
In Mississippi, over 55 percent of voters rejected that a fertilized egg is a person in voting against the so called "Personhood" amendment.
And in Arizona, Russell Pearce, the man who wrote SB 1070, became the first ever Arizona legislator to be recalled by a vote of 53 to 45 percent.
Now, I've been told by several of my readers that elections send clear messages. What do these three elections mean?