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Results of the six ballot amendments in Florida

All results are as of press time Wednesday, November 3, 2010. Results compiled from:

Amendment 1 Repeal of public campaign financing requirement

Failed because it didn’t reach the required 60% vote, with only 52% in favor.

Amendment 2 Homestead Ad Valorem Tax Credit For Deployed Military Personnel

Passed with 78% of the vote

Amendment 4 Referenda Required For Adoption And Amendment Of Local Government Comprehensive Land Use Plans.

67% voted against Amendment 4, so it did not pass.

Amendment 6 Standards For Legislature To Follow In Legislative Redistricting

Passed with 62.54% of the vote.

Amendment 7 Standards For Legislature To Follow In Congressional Redistricting

Passed with 62.88% of the votes.

Amendment 8 Revision Of The Class Size Requirements For Public Schools

Failed because it didn’t get the required 60% of votes to pass. 54.55% voted for it.

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  5. Broward Alliance unanimously opposes Amendment 4

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Posted by Andrea Freygang on Nov 3 2010. Filed under Broward County, Elections, Federal Government, Latest news, Local news, Tallahassee. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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