Voters in the Sunshine State restore voting rights to an estimated 1.5 million convicted felons.
Florida voters on Tuesday approved Amendment 4, which says that most felons will automatically have their voting rights restored when they plete their sentences or go on probation. Voters in Florida have passed Amendment Four, automatically restoring voting rights to convicted felons who have served out their prison term. At least 60 percent of voters must approve an amendment to the state’s constitution 13 won approval from roughly 5.4 million Floridians with a 69-31 percent vicry — well above the 60 percent approval needed pass. Tags: greyhound, racing, amendment, passes, Florida’s Amendment 6 on crime 6, which passed Tuesday with about 62 percent of the vote, has a threefold effect: it creates a bill of for crime victims and establishes two new sets of requirements for judges. voters pass 10 which required Legislars report for duty in January in even-number years and requires elections for sheriff and other offices in every county.