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  • Karen Davis
    Posted at 12:15h, 30 September Reply

    I want to thank you for these lists. These amendments once again demonstrate why our dear state is often the brunt of many jokes. Were those proposing tired after the first five? That’s when they decided to bundle? Why not bundle all the proposed changes having yo do with remedying outdated language to the Constitution into one? How are term limits and victims ‘ rights able to be in one? Or any of the other tangential proposals that are now rammed together? Absolutely absurd.

  • David L Schurger
    Posted at 17:05h, 04 October Reply

    Are Amendments 6 thru 11 bundled together on the ballot so that a no vote on one ,is a no vote a no vote on all is 6 thru 11

    • The Miami Foundation
      Posted at 14:02h, 08 October Reply

      Hi David,

      Thanks for your question! You are correct – A “yes” vote is a yes to all on the bundled items on an amendment; a “no” vote is a no to all bundled items on an amendment.

  • robert cruz
    Posted at 15:35h, 22 October Reply

    thanks for posting this. i’ve shared to link out on a few social media platforms. even the ballot itself isn’t as detailed as it should be. this whole bundling thing is typical politician scamming.

  • nancy suits
    Posted at 01:04h, 25 October Reply

    The bundling of items in an amendment is poor work on the part of the commissioners on the committee. Or could it have been the work of the bureaucrats who compiled the proposed amendment wording? In either case, more care should have been taken to prevent bundling issues together.

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