I heard that as well as voting for a President? not a party? in the US, there are what we call referendum questions on ballot papers. I picked up a few from state ballot papers.
Oregon asked, differently phrased of course, but should magic mushrooms be legal to consume? I can envisage a lot of creative art and music coming out of Oregon, none of which I will understand.
Rhode Island is officially called The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. Oh, the word plantations is going to kick some people off. Better it is dropped. We won't mention the N word.
Colorado asks should the grey wolf be reintroduced to the Rocky Mountains? Of course it should. Nature's balance and all that, but farmers will bleat like sheep.
I heard an interesting question for those in Washington DC, which was actually a city question. It was so interesting, I have forgotten what it was.
One state (Georgia?) has the confederate flag within its flag and the proposal is to change it to an image of a magnolia bloom. What a great idea.
Citizens of the US unite and tell me what some of your ballot questions are and of course which state you are in.