Voters in the Sunshine State restore voting rights to an estimated 1.5 million convicted felons.
A constitutional amendment that would restore the right for former felons to vote in Florida passed. Amendment 4 needed at least 60 percent of votes to pass. People with felony convictions who Florida voters passed Amendment 3 when they cast their general election ballots Nov. 6. Here’s what it means for the state’s gambling industry. voters passed 2 when they cast their general election ballots Nov. 6. Here’s an explanation of what it means for property owners in the state. Tags: floridas, amendment, passes, what, Voters pass seven amendments and The tallies are in and all but one passed. voters expressed their opinion in the booth on Tuesday. When these constituents cast their ballots, it was different than most 13 will shutter mercial dog-racing tracks, long labeled a cruelty not so different from cockfighting, by the end of 2020. It won 69 percent approval. It won 69 percent approval.