Voting is the fundamental right and privilege to make your voice heard and opinion count.
Much is at stake for our nation in the rapidly approaching 2020 election, but there are several critical decisions closer to home, including who will serve and represent our local Apopka area community.
The Chamber’s advocacy and education is an integral part of what we do for our community. Therefore, in response to COVID-19 and in partnership with the University of Central Florida and Orlando Health, we've decided to compile all of our resources and candidates, in order to create this 2020 Apopka Area Elections Voting Guide.
We hope that this voter guide will help you, your families, friends and employees make more informed decisions at the polls this year – whether at the ballot box on November 3, 2020, early voting or from the comfort of your own home. #LeadConnectServe
Registering to vote is a vital step in this process, as it is necessary to vote in both the primary and general elections. To register and vote you must be a U.S. citizen, 18 years old, and a legal resident of both Florida and of the county you seek to be registered in. You must register at least 29 days before the elections to be able to vote. Online registration is available at www.registertovoteflorida.gov.
*denotes a candidate is not participating in our 2020 Voter Guide
U.S. House of Representatives, District 10
Florida State Attorney, Circuit 9
Florida Senate, District 11
*Randolph Bracy (D)
Florida House, District 31
Orange County Sheriff
Orange County Property Appraiser