Election recommendations from South Florida publications

2018-11-01T14:13:49+00:00 October 30th, 2018|News, Politics|

Eligible voters can vote-by-mail, vote during early voting and on Election Day.

Early voting ends Nov. 4 and Election Day is Nov. 6. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

There are 12 amendments on the Florida ballot as well as numerous federal, state and local candidates. In addition, there are county and city measures depending on where you live.

Check out these recommendations from the Miami Herald, the Sun Sentinel, and The Palm Beach Post before you hit the polls.

Miami Herald

Senator: Bill Nelson
Governor/Lt. Governor: Andrew Gillum and Chris King
Attorney General: Sean Shaw
Chief Financial Officer: Jeremy Ring
Agriculture Commissioner: Nikki Fried

Amendment 1: No
Amendment 2: Yes
Amendment 3: Yes
Amendment 4: Yes
Amendment 5: No
Amendment 6: No
Amendment 7: No
Amendment 9: Yes
Amendment 10: No
Amendment 11: No
Amendment 12: Yes
Amendment 13: Yes

Sun Sentinel

Senator: Bill Nelson
Governor/Lt. Governor: Andrew Gillum and Chris King
Attorney General: Sean Shaw
Chief Financial Officer: Jeremy Ring
Agriculture Commissioner: Nikki Fried

Amendment 1: No
Amendment 2: Yes
Amendment 3: No
Amendment 4: Yes
Amendment 5: No
Amendment 6: No
Amendment 7: No
Amendment 9: Yes
Amendment 10: No
Amendment 11: No
Amendment 12: Yes
Amendment 13: Yes

The Palm Beach Post

Senator: Bill Nelson
Governor/Lt. Governor: Andrew Gillum and Chris King
Attorney General: Sean Shaw
Chief Financial Officer: Jeremy Ring
Agriculture Commissioner: Nikki Fried

Amendment 1: No
Amendment 2: Yes
Amendment 3: Yes
Amendment 4: Yes
Amendment 5: No
Amendment 6: No
Amendment 7: No
Amendment 9: Yes
Amendment 10: No
Amendment 11: Yes
Amendment 12: Yes
Amendment 13: Yes

FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version of this piece incorrectly identified the number of amendments on the ballot. There are 12. Amendment 8 was removed by the state supreme court.