Proposed State Ballot Measures
Constitutional Amendments and Revisions
November 6, 2018, General Election
Note: By order of the Florida Supreme Court, NO. 8 CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION (Ballot title: School Board Term Limits and Duties; Public Schools) is removed from the 2018 General Election Ballot. The numbering for the remaining proposed amendments and revisions will not change and will appear on the ballot as currently numbered. All other amendments (1-7 and 9-13) will appear on the ballot as numbered.
For more information, visit the Election Information Section of this site for Proposed Ballot Measures.
For more information on important changes to the Florida Constitution, visit the James Madison Institute Constitutional Amendment Guide page.
Proposed Local Ballot Measures
November 6, 2018 General Election
Local ballot measures in Lee County will include the following:
• County School Board Referendum
• City of Cape Coral Bond Referendum
• Lehigh Acres Municipal Services Improvement District Signage Power Referendum
For more information, visit the Election Information section of this site for Proposed Ballot Measures.
Kids Ballot Results
During Early Voting and on Election Day, August 28, 2018, 1,083 ballots were cast for the Superhero choice of President, State Representative, and School Board District Members. (Click on the chart below for a larger image.)
Online Voter Registration
Registering to vote in Florida just got easier.
Florida’s Online Voter Registration website is a convenient and secure way for you to submit your Voter Registration Application from anywhere. (You MUST have a Florida Driver's License or Florida ID card to use OVR.)
Updating Your Signature
Has your signature changed over the years? Now is the time to update the signature on your voter record with the Lee County Supervisor of Elections. It is very important that your voter record contains your current signature. Having your signature up-to-date may seem like a minor thing, but it can be a determining factor in deciding whether or not your vote will be counted when you choose to vote by mail. Florida law requires that the signature on your Vote-by-Mail ballot envelope be compared to the signature on your voter record before the ballot may be counted.
For more information on updating your signature or voter registration information, visit the Voter Resources section of this site and go to Update my Voter Registration Information.