Question 1 narrowly passes in Nevada, thanks to the millions spent by Michael Bloomberg.
Via the Reno Gazette-Journal:
Voters have approved an initiative to tighten gun background checks in Nevada.
The vote totals were:
* Yes - 558,586
* No - 548,685
Backers of the initiative, Question 1 on the ballot, said they wanted to close what they called a loophole in current law by requiring background checks through a licensed gun dealer when most firearms change hands — including personal and online sales.
They had support from the national advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund, which is supported by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
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