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Report: Florida Electric Choice Amendment Both "Builds Momentum" and "Limps Along"

June 11,2019



Florida Politics reports that Citizens for Energy Choice, which is backing the Florida electric choice ballot initiative, has added over 50,000 signatures to the petition in a fortnight

The initiative has submitted over 307,000 valid signatures. A total of 766,200 signatures are needed for inclusion on the ballot

Florida Politics also reports that Citizens for Energy Choice's total funding raised is now about $2.7 million, with $420,000 added in May

Florida Politics's headline for its story at the time of our post's publication is, "Energy choice amendment limps along".

However, it is understood an earlier headline for the story read, "Energy choice amendment builds momentum, gains money". This title is still used for the story's url

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