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Amendment Radically Reshaping Florida Primaries Gets Spot on Ballot Pending Judicial Approval

A petition-driven constitutional amendment that would radically reshape Florida’s primaries by opening them to all voters regardless of their party affiliation has earned a place on the November 2020 ballot.

The All Voters Vote campaign has achieved the number of verified signatures to get on the ballot’s number three spot, according to the Secretary of State’s website. It still must pass muster with the Florida Supreme Court over whether the ballot language meets the single issue requirement.

“While there are still several steps left in this process, namely the ruling from the Florida Supreme Court and of course getting 60% of voters, we are thrilled to be making progress towards allowing every registered and qualified voter the ability to be able to vote in elections that matter,” said Glenn Burhans, chairman of All Voters Vote.

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