I was very excited today to pick up my first batch of the Orange County Democratic Party Voting Guide! I’ll be doing my part going door-to-door in my precinct and this is an excellent addition to the outreach efforts this year.
The local party has worked hard to produce these printed materials and they will surely have an impact on the ground as everything heats up ahead of November 6th.
Today was the last day to register to vote (so I hope everyone is registered) and now is the time many are figuring out their absentee ballots. Early Voting Centers will open Saturday, October 27th and close on Saturday, November 3rd and are open from 8am to 8pm. Find the location closest to you here. Orange County Supervisor of Elections will also be open on Sunday, November 4th from 10am-4pm for absentee voting only.
Election Day is getting close. Remember, polls are open 7am to 7pm on November 6th.
Make your voice heard!!
The DEC decided to leave off the write-in Democratic candidates for Clerk of Courts. Two Democrats qualified as write-in candidates. Please consider writing-in TIM ADAMS or RANDY ROSS for Orange County Clerk of Courts.
Orange County (FL) Democratic Voting Guide:
President: Barack Obama & Joe Biden
US Senate: Bill Nelson
Corrine Brown (District 5)
Jason Kendall (District 7)
Shannon Roberts (District 8 )
Alan Grayson (District 9)
Val Demings (District 10)
Geraldine Thompson (District 12)
Christopher Pennington (District 13)
Darren Soto (District 14)
Stego Blue (District 15)
Karen Castor Dentel (District 30)
Randolph Bracy (District 45)
Linda Stewart (District 47)
Joe Saunders (District 49)
Sean Ashby (District 50)
Supervisor of Elections: Bill Cowles
Sheriff: Jerry Demings
Property Appraiser: Rick Singh
Tax Collector: Earl K. Wood
Soil & Water:
Alex Rodriguez-Huer (Group 1)
Nicole Victoria McLaren (Group 3)
Vote YES to retain all Justices
State Amendments & county charter amendments are also included in the link.
In short, Vote NO on all state amendments and YES on local charter amendments.