If Floridians were turned off this election season by the number of constitutional amendment proposals appearing on their ballots, most must have decided to just vote yes on everything.

A whopping 11 of 12 of the proposed amendments were passed on Tuesday, a somewhat amazing feat considering each had to receive 60 percent voter approval.

The only change to the state’s governing document that didn’t survive was one that would have increased a homestead property tax exemption. Such exemptions are typically popular with voters, but opponents to the failed proposal, Amendment 1, argued that it could impact revenues going to local governments and services provided to citizens.

Amendment 12, sponsored by Niceville resident and Constitution Revision Commission member Don Gaetz, received the most support. A massive 79 percent majority of voters signed on to a proposal to limit “lobbying and the abuse of office by public officers.”

Amendment 3 marketed as giving gambling decisions back to voters, received 68 percent support. The Seminole Tribe of Florida and Disney put millions of dollars into marketing in favor of the proposal.

Amendment 9, which called for a prohibition of offshore drilling in Florida waters, was also extremely popular with voters, receiving 68 percent of votes cast. With the moratorium on drilling, voters also chose to make it illegal to vape in many public places.

Greyhound racing will be banned in the state, which contains the most remaining dog racing tracks in the country. Amendment 13, like Amendment 9, received 68 percent voter approval.

Constitutional amendment proposals to provide survivor benefits to first responders and military members, broaden the rights of crime victims and return the right to vote to some felony offenders also passed.