Changes to the Florida Constitution can be proposed by a joint resolution of the Florida Legislature, citizens’ initiative process (see handbook below), the Constitutional Revision Commission, or the Taxation and Budget Reform Commission.
Proposed amendments require 60% approval from voters to pass [see Florida Constitution, Article XI, Section 5(e)].
Thirteen proposed constitutional amendments or revisions will appear on the 2018 General Election Ballot. To view or download a copy of these amendments, click on the "Booklet - Proposed Constitutional Amendments and Revisions for 2018" links located below.
Constitutional Amendment Resources
- Booklet - Proposed Constitutional Amendments and Revisions for 2018 General Election
- Note: By order of the Florida Supreme Court, NO. 8 CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION (Ballot title: School Board Term Limits and Duties; Public Schools) is removed from the 2018 General Election Ballot. See SC18-1368. The numbering for the remaining proposed amendments will not change and will appear on the ballot as currently numbered.
- English - PDF
- Español – PDF
- Initiatives, Amendments, and Revisions Database
- Database lists current and former initiative petitions and proposed constitutional amendments.
- Click box “Made Ballot” to view amendments or revisions on the 2018 General Election Ballot.
- 2017- 2018 Constitution Revision Commission Final Report
- Initiative Petition Handbook - 2018 Election Cycle