Below are candidate recommendations endorsed by Florida Family Action, and the Northeast Florida Election Team.
US, State, Sheriff, and Other Partisan Races: No Democrat (DEM) candidates were endorsed based on their party platform. All Republicans (REP) were recommended based on the Republican Platform. Links to these platforms are shown below.
Justices to Supreme Court: Vote Yes to retain Justice Canady, Couriel, Grosshans, and Polston. Vote NO to Justice Labarga.
District Court of Appeal: Click here for the Florida Family Action recommendations for Districts 1 through 5.
Constitutional Amendments. The best source for the pros and cons of amendments is the James Madison Institute, Florida's premier free-market think tank. You can read their pros and cons on pages 5 through 9 of their Amendments Publication at JamesMadison.org. Below are recommendations of the NE Florida Election Team based on the Institutes' analysis.
Amendment 1; YES
Amendment 2: YES
Amendment 3: NO
Amendment 3 is extremely vague on just who will benefit and is extremely costly to taxpayers. It is estimated taxpayers will have to make up $85,900,000 beginning in the fiscal year 2034-2024 and who knows what thereafter. As stated by the James Madison Institute, "Rather than provide an additional exemption to select public service workers, Florida should look to lower property tax rates on all homestead property.