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Florida's Constitutional Officers launch Amendment 10 Education Initiative.
Tallahassee, Fla. - Florida's Sheriffs, Tax Collectors, Clerks of the Court, and Property Appraisers are holding a press conference in Central Florida on Amendment 10, known as the Protection Amendment, to help launch a statewide education initiative. The amendment safeguards the interests of Floridians by protecting our right to vote, our families, our tax dollars and our veterans. Amendment 10 keeps, and in some cases returns, the power back into the hands of the people.
Florida's Constitutional Officers unite to provide educational resources to Florida's citizens regarding Amendment 10. Offices represented include Sheriffs, Tax Collectors, Clerks of the Court, and Property Appraisers.
Joined by nearly a dozen leaders and constitutional officers from across the state, attendees include:
Sheriff Chronister, Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office
Sheriff Prendergast, Citrus County Sheriff's Office
Pat Frank, Hillsborough County Clerk of Court and Comptroller
Charles "Carlos" Thomas, Pinellas County Tax Collector
Amendment 10, known as the Protection Amendment, improves state and local government by protecting our right to vote, our families, our tax dollars, and our veterans. It keeps, and in some counties returns, the power to the voters to determine who will serve as their sheriff, clerk of the court, property appraiser, tax collector, and supervisor of elections. For more information about Amendment 10, visit www.amendment10.org.