2022 Florida Amendment Guide

Florida’s constitutional history is unique. In less than two centuries, Florida has had six different constitutions. Our current constitution, ratified in 1968, has been amended 144 times—most recently in 2020. Florida also boasts the greatest number of ways to amend its constitution out of any [...]

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2020 Amendment Guide

Florida’s history with state constitutions is storied. We have had six different constitutions over our 175 years. Our most recent constitution was ratified just 52 years ago, and we possess more ways to amend the constitution than any other state. In most election years, ballot initiatives are fairly clear and [...]

By |2022-05-27T11:15:01-04:00September 14th, 2020|Publications|Comments Off on 2020 Amendment Guide

2018 Florida Constitutional Amendment Guide

Click here to read a PDF of JMI's 2018 Florida Constitutional Amendment Guide! On November 6, 2018, Floridians will march to the ballot box to cast their votes. In addition to electing the next crop of public officials, the ballot tasks Floridians with passing judgment on 13 proposed constitutional [...]

By |2018-10-29T11:35:15-04:00October 15th, 2018|Publications|Comments Off on 2018 Florida Constitutional Amendment Guide

JMI looks beyond primary, tries to prepare voters for general election

by John Lucas Aug 27, 2018 With Floridians focused on Tuesday’s primary election, the James Madison Institute (JMI)  is trying to prepare voters for the November general election when they could be asked to vote on a wide range of constitutional amendments. There could be as many as 13 amendments on [...]

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STATEMENT RELEASE: JMI’s 2018 Florida Constitutional Amendment Guide

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 27, 2018 CONTACT: Logan Elizabeth Padgett 850-386-3131 JMI’s 2018 Florida Constitutional Amendment Guide TALLAHASSEE- On November 6, 2018, Floridians will march to the ballot box to cast their votes. In addition to electing the next crop of public officials, the ballot tasks Floridians with passing judgment [...]

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