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Proposal would allow Florida voters to cast primary ballots without party affiliation

A proposal to change Florida’s primary voting regulations could offer voters more freedom, but would also turn the process on its head.

A proposed constitutional amendment that would revamp Florida’s primary-elections process has been formally sent to the state Supreme Court for review of the ballot wording.

Attorney General Ashley Moody says she looked at the proposal’s language to make sure it didn’t seem misleading.

“That particular amendment, I found was clear and passed it along to the Supreme Court, and now they will have to take that review and make that determination that it complies with the statute,” Moody said.

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