Florida 2014 ballot measures
- Five additional measures, all legislatively-referred constitutional amendments, have been proposed for the November 4, 2014 ballot.
- Since 1988, an average of eight measures have appeared annually on the ballot in Florida. Therefore, 2014 is a below average year based on the currently certified measures.
- The number of measures on a state-wide ballot since 1988 have ranged from 3 to 13.
- Since 1988, 80 of 102 or 78.43% of Florida ballot measures have been approved by voters.
- Conversely, 22 of 102 or 21.57% of measures have been defeated.
- In 2006, a measure was approved that increased the number of votes required to approve a proposed constitutional amendment to 60%. Since 2008, two measures were approved by simple majority, but failed to meet the supermajority requirement and thus were defeated.
On the ballot
- See also: 2014 ballot measures
|Water and Land Conservation Amendment||Environment||Provides funding for the Land Acquisition Trust Fund|
|Right to Medical Marijuana Initiative||Marijuana||Grants the right to use marijuana for the treatment of certain ailments when recommended by a physician|
|Legislative Term Lengths and Limits Amendment||Terms||Increases the term lengths and limits for state senators and representatives|
|Judicial Vacancies Amendment||Judiciary||Empowers the government to fill vacancies in certain judicial offices|
|Renewable Energy Tax Exemption Amendment||Taxes||Revises the legislature’s ability to exempt the value of renewable energy source devices from consideration in determining the assessed value of real property|
|Lieutenant Government as Executive Department Head Amendment||State executive official||Requires the government to assign the lieutenant governor as the head of any one executive department or agency|
|Municipal Property Tax Exemption Amendment||Taxes||Permits the legislature to exempt from taxation any property owned by a municipality|
Not on the ballot
|Same-Sex Marriage Amendment||Marriage||Defines marriage as a union of two persons|
|Legislative Referral Limit Amendment||Direct democracy||Limits the the number of legislative referrals to three per election|
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