Ohio voters Tuesday rejected statewide Issue One, which would have made it harder to change the state's constitution. The Ohio Secretary of State's Office says 57% voted against the ballot issue, compared to 43% who voted in favor of the tougher standards. The unofficial voter turnout statewide was 39%. The vote now paves the way for a controversial abortion amendment which will be on the fall ballot. In Butler County, slightly more voters approved Issue One, with 44,384 yes votes, compared to 43,855 no votes. That's a difference of 529 votes. The Butler County Board of Elections says turnout was 35% for the special election. The busiest precinct was Oxford3, which reported a 61% turnout. According to a breakdown provided by the election board, 479 voters in Oxford3 checked the NO column, while 117 voted to approve the issue.