Your ballot guide to the amendments

By Mark Ferrulo - October 6, 2018

Voting is underway in Florida! And we want to ensure you are informed about the proposed constitutional amendments on your ballot that could impact Floridians for generations. That’s why today we’re launching our Informed Voters’ Guide to the Amendments for the 12 proposed constitutional amendments on your ballot.

At FloridaBallotGuide.com, you can see, download, print, share, or send the guide to your mobile phone.

Our ballot guide includes not only Progress Florida’s recommendations, but also the recommendations of nine other good government, civic, and public-interest watchdog organizations. To help you make your choices in this momentous election, our guide to the amendments includes:

  • Voting recommendations from Progress Florida and nine other civically engaged organizations

  • Short, easy-to-read, plain language explanations for each amendment

  • Links to more in-depth information on each amendment provided by the League of Women Voters of Florida

With many vote-by-mail ballots already in the hands of voters, please help us spread the word about this comprehensive guide to as many Florida voters as possible. You can start today by forwarding this email to your family and friends.

You can also get the Informed Voters’ Guide to the Amendments on your mobile phone: Just text FLBALLOT to 30644.

Check out the Informed Voters’ Guide to the Amendments at www.FloridaBallotGuide.com

The stakes are sky high this election. Whether you plan to vote by mail, vote early, or vote on Election Day, just don't forget to vote! Together, we can move Florida forward not backward on November 6th.

P.S. – You can still sign up to vote by mail at www.makeaplantovote.com/bymail 

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