Florida 1960 ballot measures
- Four measures were approved.
- All of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
On the ballot
|Amendment 1||State judiciary||Relates to the number and organization of the district courts of appeal and the number of judges for each district court||
|Amendment 2||Suffrage||Provides for original absentee registration of electors to members of the armed forces and their families||
|Amendment 3||Hunting||Makes changes to the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission||
|Amendment 4||Taxes||Provides for the allocation of excise taxes collected by the state or under its authority from the operation of pari-mutuel pools||
|Amendment 5||Trials||Provides for jury trials of civil suits in certain municipalities within Volusia and Highlands Counties||
|Amendment 6||Trials||Authorizes the County of Brevard to hold civil jury trials in any branch court house within the county||
Not on the ballot
|Superintendent of Public Instruction for Broward County Amendment||County gov't||Relates to the election or appointment of the County Superintendent of Public Instruction for Broward County|
- Sample Ballot (in the Bradford County telegraph, October 27, 1960)
- Text of the amendment
- Report of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida (1959-1960)