Floridians for Solar Choice

Download Petition, Sign, Send

Click this this link to sign the Petition


Click Here to Sign the Petition

We need thousands more signatures to help secure a place for Solar Choice on the 2016 ballot so that all Florida voters can make a choice!

NOTE: You need Adobe Reader installed to view a pop-up window of the petition filled out with your information. If the petition takes you to a blank page after you type in your information, your computer does not have the latest adobe updates, so click the button below to download and install. You can also simply print and fill in all information by hand with the link here.

By state law, a petition cannot currently be signed and submitted online.


Having Trouble With the Online Form?
Instructions for Registered Florida Voters

  1. Click here to download and print a petition.
  2. Fill out and sign the petition (click here for step by step instructions)
  3. Mail the completed petition to: (or drop off at a Distribution Center near you)

    Floridians for Solar Choice
    120 E. Oakland Park Blvd, Suite 105
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334

NOTE: The petition must be printed exactly as it appears online, with the same margins. Do NOT resize it. Use your highest quality printing setup. Print as many copies as you’d like, but please do NOT photocopy signed petitions — the photocopy will not be accepted. People signing the petition must be registered to vote in Florida and must use the address that appears on their voter registration card. The petition currently cannot be signed and submitted online. You must print it out, sign and date at the bottom, and mail it in. For step by step directions and frequently asked questions about filling out your petition, please check out our volunteer training video (skip to 2:00 for petition form instructions).

Don’t forget to share the petition with your friends and family in person and on Facebook and volunteer for the campaign. Thank you!


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