The Florida Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) is in the process of deciding which proposed amendments to our constitution will be on the November 2018 ballot.


Florida’s Constitution was rewritten in 1968 to increase public participation in our Florida Constitution governance. It contained a provision unique among the states: the creation of a commission that would meet every 20 years and provide recommended changes to the state constitution for Florida voters to decide on. The Florida Constitution Revision Commission is one of five ways that Floridians can amend the state constitution. Following public hearings around the state in February and March 2018, the full CRC will meet to determine which proposed amendments to our state’s constitution will be put on the November 2018 ballot.

Information about the The Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) can be found here including a meeting calendar.

CRC is made up of 37 members, including the attorney general and individuals appointed by the governor, house speaker, senate president, and chief justice.  Membership biographies of the CRC can be found here.

Live Stream and Past Videos of Meetings at The Florida Channel.

Additional information about the process can be found here:

Partnership for Revising the Florida Constitution

Citizen’s Guide

Florida Bar – Constitution Revision Commission

Florida Constitution Revision Commission 1997-1998