Democratic voters hope President Biden and democratic leaders in congress don't give up on the agenda they promised last November.
Republicans have proposed a wide-ranging series of changes to Pennsylvania election laws, including many that would make it more difficult to vote.
Voters were supposed to be able to vote on an amendment this month, but a blunder by the Department of State kept it off the ballot.
Republicans began advancing bills to restrict abortion rights and expand gun rights, although the bills faced opposition by Democratic lawmakers and certain veto by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf.
Lou Barletta, the Trump-endorsed nominee for US Senate in 2018, is also running for governor and seeking Trump's endorsement.
The proposal had about 71% of the vote in support of it, according to unofficial results on Wednesday morning.
Counties received more than 550,000 mailed ballots, according to the Department of State. The agency said in-person turnout Tuesday was typical.