DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — A high stakes ballot measure in Ohio is the next test of what reproductive access could look like in the post-Roe V. Wade era.

Ohioans are not directly voting on an abortion-related measure, but the measure they are voting on, known as Issue 1, has to do with raising the threshold of what it takes to amend the State Constitution.

If Issue 1 passes, it would require 60 percent of the vote to enact new constitutional amendments instead of a simple majority.

This ballot measure would raise the percentage mere months before voters are set to go to the polls to vote in November on an amendment that would enshrine reproductive protections into their state’s constitution.

You can keep track of the special election results here.