The November general election might seem distant to many Floridians, who still await a list of candidates for many of the August primaries. But the bottom of the ballot will be filled with more than a dozen amendments that will compete for attention with more high-profile races including U.S. senator and the state’s governor. Attaining the 60 percent threshold to win approval could be an uphill climb. That’s why backers of Amendment 8 are kicking off their formal effort to promote the three-pronged education proposal now.
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