Updated at 5:14 a.m. Wednesday.
California voters approved new term limits for lawmakers but turned down an effort to tax cigarettes.
With 100 percent of precincts reported, 61.3 percent of voters supported Proposition 28, the change in term limits, with 38.7 percent opposed.
Proposition 28 reduces the number of years a lawmaker can serve in the state Legislature from 14 years to 12. However, it allows lawmakers to serve in the Assembly or Senate for 12 years.
Currently, lawmakers can serve two four-year terms in the Senate or three two-year terms in the Assembly.
When it comes to Proposition 29, 51.4 percent of voters opposed the cigarettes tax while 48.5 percent supported.
Proposition 29 would've increase the tax on a pack of cigarettes from 87 cents to $1. The estimated $735 million revenue would be used for cancer and smoking research as well as tobacco law enforcement.