Two days after Election Day (or, as we now call it, Day One of Election Week), the trade publication rounded up results from ballot initiatives that open sluices for renewables. New Mexicans will elect their energy regulators. Nevadans will take their renewable energy standard to a more ambitious pitch. Columbus, Ohio residents will work to use all clean energy before the next presidential election. Carbon-smart energy may be growing more nonpartisan and is certainly growing more politically popular.