2018 Constitutional Amendment 2 - Limitations on Property Tax Assessments 2018 Constitutional Amendment 3 - Voter Control of Gambling in Florida 2018 Constitutional Amendment 4 - Automatic Restoration of Rights 2018 Constitutional Amendment 5 - Supermajority Vote Required to Raise Taxes 2018 Constitutional Amendment 6 - Rights of Crime Victims; Judges 2018 Election 2018 HJR 7001 Supermajority Vote for State Taxes or Fees 2018 On the Ballot 2018 Proposed Constitutional Amendment 1 - Increase Homestead Property Tax Exemption Al Sharpton Amber Hughes Arthenia Joyner casinos CRC - Constitution Revision Commission Dane Eagle Derrick Mercer Desmond Meade Dominic Calabro ECB - Executive Clemency Board elections/election laws Florida Constitution Florida League of Cities Florida TaxWatch gaming/gambling Hank Coxe homestead exemption Jeanette Nuñez John Sowinski Joseph Geller judges/justices Kelli Stargel Kurt Wenner Lakey Love Loranne Ausley Marc Dunbar Pam Bondi property tax proposed constitutional amendments racing/parimutuel wagering restoration of rights/felon voting rights revenue estimating Richard Weissert Rick Scott Sean Shaw slots/ slot machines State Courts System taxes/tax cuts term limits Thomas Leek Timothy Cerio Tom Lee voting/voter registration William Schifino Jr.
When Florida voters go to the polls, they’ll be asked to decide whether to add 12 proposed amendments to the State Constitution. Some of them were put on the November ballot by Florida lawmakers, others by citizens gathering enough signatures from voters to meet requirements. Half of them were proposed by the Constitution Revision Commission-a group meeting once every 20-years to propose changes to Florida’s Constitution. Our team of reporters reviews some of those amendments in What It Means for Florida: Proposed Constitutional Amendments, Part I.
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