Already bored of the endless, exhaustive, never-ending analysis of which party will control the Senate after the midterms? Maybe it's because you realize it's probably not going to change anything substantial about how Congress or the president behaves anyway.
Perhaps take a gander at some ballot initiatives instead. There are hundreds of ballot initiatives—on the state, county and municipal level—that will go before voters in November. Reason can't possibly outline all of them. But we can draw attention to many of interest to libertarian or independent voters. Reason's Scott Shackford takes a look at how subjects like guns, drugs, and as always, money, are driving what's on the November ballot besides the candidates.