Put Abortion on the Ballot!
Step 1: Sign the Petition
If you are registered to vote in Florida, you can fill out, print, and mail in your own petition form! You can also get friends and family to sign petitions too.
Step 2: Return Your Signed Petition
Return your signed petition by one of the two methods listed below.
Mail completed petitions to:
Post Office Box 4068
Sarasota, FL 34230
Petition Hub Locations
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can sign the petition?
Any person registered to vote in the state of Florida can sign the petition.
Can I collect petitions from other people?
Yes! Individuals can collect petitions on their own and send them in together. Sign up as a volunteer and you will get access to resources to help you more effectively collect petitions.
Will there be a record of my signature?
Yes. This is a public record, just like whether or not you are a registered voter.
I’ve filled this out before, can I still sign?
You can only sign a petition once. Please look at the language on this petition to ensure you didn’t sign a different petition.
What is the full text of the amendment?
Article and Section Being Created or Amended: Creates – Article 1, New Section
Full Text of the Proposed Amendment: New Section, Amendment to Limit Government Interference with Abortion
Limiting government interference with abortion.— Except as provided in Article X, Section 22, no law shall prohibit, penalize, delay, or restrict abortion before viability or when necessary to protect the patient’s health, as determined by the patient’s healthcare provider.
When is the deadline to collect petitons?
All petitions must be processed by February 1st, 2024. To ensure there is time for processing and counting, all petitions should be signed and sent to the campaign by the end of December 2023.
Incorrectly filled out petitions will be rejected!
Make sure yours isn’t one of them:
- Enter your name and address as it appears on your voter registration. You can look it up here.
- Use only blue or black ink.
- No cross-outs. If you make a mistake start a new petition.
- Write legibly. If it cannot be read, it will not be counted.
- The petition asks for your COUNTY, not your COUNTRY. Do not write in “USA.”
- No abbreviations for county or city. Do not write SRQ instead of Sarasota, TPA instead of Hillsborough, Dade instead of Miami-Dade, or Tally instead of tallahassee.
- Include your date of birth or your voter registration number.
- Don’t forget to sign and date it by hand!