Tuesday night turned out to be a big celebration for some candidates along with people who felt strongly on the four measures.
The Secretary of State's website was a big hit for voters needing information about their polling place and what was on the ballot prior to the primary. But it was also a big attraction Tuesday night as the results came in.
About 40,000 people visited the website, which is substantially more than the site sees on a typical day.
With a couple of measures standing out to people across the nation, that could be one reason why the site saw so much traffic.
"It just didn't dawn on me right away that people might be interested in measure 2 they might be interested in measure 4, so just what's been reported nationally I think they must've been following the results," Secretary of State Al Jaeger said.
Jaeger says that the highest number of people visited around 10 p.m. Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.