Amendment 7 is a three-part amendment that addresses benefits for first responders and some governance issues with universities.
Lance Dixon / October 17, 2018
Amendment 6 relates to Marsy’s Law, for which you’ve probably been seeing a ton of political ads.
Amendment 5 proposes raising the threshold in the state legislature for raising taxes.
Amendment 4 proposes restoring the right to vote to most convicted felons who have completed their sentences (with some important exceptions).
Amendment 3 proposes reserving the right to decide whether to allow casino gambling for voters only, rather than the legislature.
Amendment 2 proposes putting a permanent cap on property value increases for vacation homes, apartments, and commercial property.
Does looking at all the state amendments on your ballot this year kind of make you want to cry? Us too. But we’re here to help.
Amendment 1 on your ballot proposes raising the homestead tax exemption.
County referendum 5 proposes prohibiting people from paying workers or organizations based on how how many signatures they get for a petition.
Lance Dixon / October 16, 2018
The school board referendum is asking voters whether they are willing to raise taxes to help fund raises for Miami-Dade teachers.