Oh, good. Barack Obama is still the U.S. president, getting 303 of electoral votes over Romney’s 206, rallying a popular vote of 59,725,608 over Romney’s 57,098,650, and yielding one loud, relieved, collective sigh from sea to shining sea.

But wait. There’s more. Here are some of the other election results you might be interested in:

Maryland and Maine kept gay marriage legal. Minnesota voted down an amendment to limit marriage rights to heterosexual couples only.

For the first time ever, the recreational use of weed has been legalized in Washington and Colorado. In Washington, if you’re 21 years old or older, you may now legally purchase one ounce of weed at your local licensed retailer. In Colorado, you may grow up to six plants of your own and possession of up to an ounce is not a crime. Possession of weed is still a federal crime. Uh, figure it out.

54% of Puerto Ricans voted against their current status as a US commonwealth. 61% voted in favor of statehood. Could it be? Puerto Rico, the 51st State? Maybe, nay, possibly someday.

Last night, New Hampshire became the first state to send an all women delegation to Washington — two congresswomen, a female governor, as well as two female senators. Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin became our first openly gay Senator. Woop!

Despite active campaigning on behalf of the industry, Measure B passed in California requiring a mandatory use of condoms on adult film shoots. San Fernando Valley may not be the capital of porn for much longer.

California voted to revise the Three Strikes sentencing law, eliminating a 25 years-to-life sentence for a non-violent third felony offense.

California’s Prop 35 passed in an effort to fight sex trafficking. It does however persecute legal sex workers and forces those arrested for prostitution-related offenses — including victims — register as sex offenders.

Mindy Meyer was “crushed” in the election for New York State Senator. Good luck on your reality show career!

Alright then. What’d we miss?