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Florida Constitution Revision Commission

P 56: SUFFRAGE AND ELECTIONS, Prohibition on expenditure of public funds for campaign spending

PROPOSAL by Frank Kruppenbacher ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Erika Donalds

SUFFRAGE AND ELECTIONS, Prohibition on expenditure of public funds for campaign spending; Section 7 of Article VI of the State Constitution to remove the requirement that a method of public financing for campaigns for statewide office be established by law and to prohibit the expenditure of any public funds on campaigns for state or local elections.

Last Action: 12/7/2017 - On Committee agenda-- Ethics and Elections, 12/13/17, 8:00 am, 110 Senate Office Building, Tallahassee, Florida
Location: On agenda (EE)
Proposal Text: Web Page | PDF
Committee References:
  1. Ethics and Elections (EE)
  2. Finance and Taxation (FT)

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  • Proposal History

    Date Action
    10/31/2017 • Filed
    11/10/2017 • Referred to Ethics and Elections; Finance and Taxation
    11/20/2017 • On Committee agenda-- Ethics and Elections, 11/29/17, 8:00 am, 110 Senate Office Building, Tallahassee, Florida --Temporarily Postponed
    • On Committee agenda-- Ethics and Elections, 11/30/17, 1:00 pm, 110 Senate Office Building, Tallahassee, Florida --Meeting cancelled
    12/7/2017 • On Committee agenda-- Ethics and Elections, 12/13/17, 8:00 am, 110 Senate Office Building, Tallahassee, Florida

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  • P 56, Original Filed Version (Current Proposal Version) Posted 10/31/2017 at 12:16 PM

    Proposal Text:   Web Page PDF
    Analyses:   Ethics and Elections (Pre-Meeting) 11/25/2017 (pdf)

    Committee Amendments (1)

    Amendment Sponsor Filed Last Committee Action Format
    348922 - Amendment
    Delete line 18 and insert:
    Ethics and Elections
    (Kruppenbacher)
    12/10/2017
    8:43 PM
    No Action(s) Web Page
    PDF

    Committee Votes (1)

    Date Committee Result
    11/29/2017 8:00 AM Ethics and Elections View Vote Record

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