Here’s what Volusia County will see on its Nov. 3 ballot

Here’s what Volusia County will see on its Nov. 3 ballot
Volusia County: November 2020 Ballot (Brian Hughes/WFTV)

VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. — Voters in Volusia County will have several choices to make this fall when they step into the voting booth this fall.

Here are some of the contested races and major issues voters will decide on this fall.

Representative in Congress District 6

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State Attorney 7th Judicial Circuit

State Senator District 7

State Representative District 26

Circuit Judge, 7th Judicial, Group 14

County Council Chair

County Council Member District 4

No. 2 Constitutional Amendment Article X, Section 24

"Raising Florida’s Minimum Wage Raises minimum wage to $10.00 per hour effective September 30th, 2021. Each September 30th thereafter, minimum wage shall increase by $1.00 per hour until the minimum wage reaches $15.00 per hour on September 30th, 2026. From that point forward, future minimum wage increases shall revert to being adjusted annually for inflation starting September 30th, 2027.

State and local government costs will increase to comply with the new minimum wage levels. Additional annual wage costs will be approximately $16 million in 2022, increasing to about $540 million in 2027 and thereafter. Government actions to mitigate these costs are unlikely to produce material savings. Other government costs and revenue impacts, both positive and negative, are not quantifiable.

THIS PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT IS ESTIMATED TO HAVE A NET NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE STATE BUDGET. THIS IMPACT MAY RESULT IN HIGHER TAXES OR A LOSS OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN A BALANCED STATE BUDGET"