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    Peter Tranchemontagne, proprietor of Uncle Pete's Re-Leaf, congratulates Yes on 1's deputy field director Nick Murray as early election returns look favorable during an event at the Westin Portland Harborview.

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    Scott Gagnon, left, campaign manager for Mainers Protecting Our Youth and Communities, stands with Dustin Wlodkowski of WCSH TV before an interview at the Vote No on 1 watch party at Day One, a substance-abuse treatment center in South Portland. No on 1 campaigned against the legalization and regulation of marijuana in Maine.

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    Yes on 1 campaign staffer Eric Kelley celebrates as early election returns look favorable.

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    Steffon Tranchemontagne, a supporter of Yes on 1, hugs the campaign's political director Alysia Melnick a few minutes before polls close on Tuesday. Tranchemontagne is a medical marijuana caregiver in Sanford.

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    Paul McCarrier, president of Legalize Maine, calls out early election results that appear encouraging for the Yes on 1 supporters.

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    Brandon Sweeney, who helped petition to get the Yes on 1 referendum on the ballot, signs a campaign poster with a message of support on Tuesday before the votes were counted.

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