The Florida Capitol and Mansion Commission Amendment, also known as Amendment 9, was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment on the November 2, 1976 ballot in Florida, where it was defeated.
This amendment sought to add Article IV, Section 10 of the Florida Constitution to create a Capitol and Mansion Commission to establish a plan to maintain the interior of the state capitol and governor's mansion.
| Florida Amendment 9 (1976)|
|Yes|| 619,151|| 30.16%|
Election results via: ICPSR
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
|| Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to authorize a capitol and mansion commission with authority to establish and maintain a plan for the furnishing, decorating, and alteration of the capitol building complex and the governor’s mansion.
Section 10. Capitol and Mansion Commission. There may be created by law a capitol and mansion commission with authority to establish and maintain a basic plan or scheme for the furnishing, decorating, and alteration of the governor’s mansion and the capitol building complex, consistent with the architecture and the historic and symbolic nature of the buildings. The terms of the members shall not exceed 9 years.