Midterm elections: State ballot measures target gig work, immigration, abortion and more

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The state ballot measures aren’t generating as much headlines as this year’s major congressional race, but some are worth tracking as they touch on the gig economy, immigration and more.

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“While Congress and marquee US Senate races such as Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) versus Mehmet Oz (R) in Pennsylvania or Senator Raphael Warnock (D) versus Herschel Walker (R) in Georgia are fighting for control, analysts at Beacon Policy Advisors) “This year’s voting measures could also be consequential,” said in a recent note.

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Below are some tips that investors can keep an eye on as the results of the midterm elections come Tuesday night and Wednesday.

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