2020 Florida Ballot Amendment Questions: My Take

Home  »  Uncategorized  »  2020 Florida Ballot Amendment Questions: My Take
Sep 27, 2020 No Comments ›› admin

Many Florida voters that requested a vote by mail ballot have received them by now or will very soon. There is often confusion about the Amendment Proposal questions. Here is my take on the six Florida amendment proposals:

Amendment Proposal 1: “Citizen Requirement to Vote in Florida Elections”: Recommend Voting NO on this proposed Amendment. This is already law in the US Constitution.

Amendment Proposal 2: “Raising Florida’s Min
wage”: Recommend Voting NO on this proposed Amendment. Raising the Min Wage will lead to job loss and inflation.

Amendment Proposal 3: “All Voters Vote in Primary Elections for State Legislature, Governor and Cabinet”. Recommend Voting NO on this proposed Amendment. This would reduce the number of candidates available to vote on the General Election (when most voters participate) ballot down to only two.

Amendment Proposal 4: “Voter Approval of Constitutional Amendments”. Recommend Voting NO on this proposed Amendment. This would make passing statewide amendments pass two times before becoming law. It is already near impossible to get a grassroots Amendment proposal on the ballot as it is. Only heavily funded special interest groups can do so now. This makes the State Legislature even more powerful.

Amendment Proposal 5: “Limitation on Homestead Assessments”. Recommend Voting NO on this proposed Amendment. This further entrenches an already unfair tax system which would artificially inflate other taxpayers taxes.

Amendment Proposal 6: “Limitation on Homestead Assessments”. Recommend Voting NO on this proposed Amendment. This further entrenches an already unfair tax system which would artificially inflate other taxpayers taxes.

Leave a Reply