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Equality Florida issues smartphone voter guide; recommends 'no' votes on Amendments 5, 6, 8

From Equality Florida Action PAC:

ef Equality Florida Action PAC is the largest organization in Florida devoted to electing pro-equality candidates to all levels of government. Each election cycle our endorsements are a valuable source for hundreds of thousands of voters statewide.

View this guide on your smart phone. Take it into the voting booth with you.

Constitutional Amendments

Amendment 5: No This amendment give the legislature undue influence over judicial branch, thus upsetting the balance of power.

Amendment 6: No This amendment would limit a woman's ability to make private medical decisions with her doctor and family. Sets a dangerous legal precedent by undermining the right to privacy for all Floridians.

Amendment 8: No This amendment would eliminate the law that prevents tax payer money from going to religious organizations including ones that discriminate against LGBT people.

To learn more about these Amendments and where our coalition partners stand on them, please visit: FloridaBallotGuide.com


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Free political advertising for left wingers courtesy of Steve Routhaus.

Voted this morning. Great info but didn't answer questions about the Supreme Court or Judicial Courts. I didn't know how important that was embarrassingly enough.

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