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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… Read more »
A short-handed state Supreme Court, with two of seven justices gone to the federal bench, heard arguments this week on whether voters can loosen the shackles of partisanship and create open primary elections. All Voters Vote is pushing a 2020 ballot initiative to tear down a century-old closed primary system and replace it with one that looks… Read more »
If, in Florida’s Legislature, you find Democrats and Republicans marching in lockstep, be afraid — be very afraid. The two parties who could not agree on armoring our schools following the Parkland shootings, have now joined forces to fight a proposed amendment to Florida’s Constitution. Remember first, the constitutional amendment process was put into place… Read more »
FL independent voters on the rise, pushing to overhaul a century-old primary election system. But what will the FL Supreme Court say?
In a rare display of unity, Republicans and Democrats will be in a courtroom today arguing against a proposed state constitutional amendment that would change the way Florida elects governors, state Cabinet members and state lawmakers. Lawyers for the two parties will appear before the Florida Supreme Court on Tuesday in joint opposition to an… Read more »
A proposed constitutional amendment that would allow voters to cast a ballot in primary elections regardless of party affiliation has enough signatures to make the 2020 ballot. The initiative, backed by political committee All Voters Vote, had 767,236 signatures as of Wednesday afternoon, according to the Florida Division of Elections website. Constitutional amendments need 766,200 signatures… Read more »