How To Find Your Way Through 105 Possible Questions In South Florida Ballots

There's more at stake in the 2018 election than the races for governor, Congress and the state Legislature. Voters in South Florida face a lot of decisions. Ballots in Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe and Palm Beach counties are  up to 5 pages long, double-sided filled with a series of questions that have direct impact on your lives.

There are questions about increases in property taxes to pay for teacher salaries and school security to restoring voting rights for Floridians with felony convictions that have completed their sentences. Adding to the difficulties, some questions have been bundled so voters can only give one answer for several items.

WLRN has created this interactive voter's guide so you can search the questions that will be on your ballot and get information about them. You can read all the countywide questions or enter a zip code for a list of the ballot measures in a specific municipality. For all options, there's a short explanation of the issues at stake and related links.

You can also see WLRN's full coverage of the 2018 election here. If you are interested in the constitutional amendments on the ballot this year, you can see our full coverage here.

State Amendments

Palm Beach County

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Monroe County

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Miami Dade County

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Broward County

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