Florida voters on Nov. 8 will decide whether to abolish the state’s Constitution Revision Commission (CRC), one of the main avenues to place constitutional amendments on the statewide ballot.

Amendment 2, which would do away with the 37-member panel, was put on the ballot by the state Legislature after seven of the eight initiatives the CRC placed on the ballot in 2018 became targets of lawsuits. The litigation alleged the measures contained multiple topics or were otherwise misleading or inaccurate, according to the nonpartisan website Ballotpedia.

One of the prime movers behind the initiative is state Sen. Jeff Brandes (R-St. Petersburg), who argued that the panel, which meets every two decades, lacks any rules, consists of many unelected members and is unaccountable for its actions..