LABELLE, FL. -- If you are confused about the Constitutional Ballot Amendments this midterm election, you aren't alone. The Florida League of Women's Voters say "There are 12 Amendments on the November ballot. Eight were proposed by the Constitutional Revision Commission, three by the Florida Legislature and two by citizen initiative. Five of the CRC proposed amendments are bundled, or logrolled, with more than one issue in each question. That means Voters face more questions than is apparent."
The League has probably one of the best non-partisan voting guide websites to explain the issues with their recommendations.
The League of Women Voters of Florida is non-partisan and does not endorse political candidates, but does take positions on education, the environment, and voting rights.
The Hendry County Republican Party takes no stand on the Amendments while the Glades County Democratic Party endorses the same Amendments as the League being Numbers 3, 4, 9, 13 while the League has no position on Numbers 11, 12.
Voting Guide For Florida Constitutional Amendments
Summary of The Issues By League of Women Voters