Florida "Daisy Chain" Amendment, Amendment 1 (1958)
This amendment sought to modify Article XVII, Section 1 of the Florida Constitution to allow the legislature to tie proposed constitutional amendments in an election so that all must be approved for any one to be enacted.
|Florida Amendment 1 (1958)|
Election results via: Report of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida (1957-58) (p.446-447)
Text of measure
The ballot read:
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A proposed Amendment of Article XVII, Section I—Methods of Amending Constitution.
Path to the ballot
- The measure was sent to ballot as House Joint Resolution 32-X.
- It was filed in the Office Secretary of State on October 23, 1957.
- The amendment was related to fourteen amendments rejected by the Florida Supreme Court in opinion 104 So.2d 501 (RIVERA-CRUZ v. GRAY), but was retained in opinion 104 So.2d 841.
- Florida Proposed Amendments of 1958
- "Daisy Chain Amendment Faces Defeat at Polls," Ocala Star-Banner, Oct 22, 1958
- , "Sample Ballot," Ocala Star-Banner November 3, 1958
- [Report of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida (1957-58)
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