When you have five constitutional amendments, and none of them has any organized opposition, you expect them to pass.
And if they all pass, you'd forgive the media for not reporting it. After all, they ignore such obvious stories as Corroon, Huntsman, and McCain (in Utah, at least) winning.
OK, so maybe they didn't ignore those stories.
However, I'm a little shocked that these results aren't getting at least a little press:
Amendment A: Yes: 75.86% 613,744 No: 24.14% 195,312
Amendment B: Yes: 66.04% 527,873 No: 33.96% 271,504
Amendment C: Yes: 70.71% 569,389 No: 29.29% 235,849
Amendment D: Yes: 78.25% 619,390 No: 21.75% 172,150
Amendment E: Yes: 43.64% 351,850 No: 56.36% 454,399
When the other four measures passed by 2-1 or 3-1, Why did Amendment E fail?