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It's human nature to assess people based on a prominent characteristic, label them, and put them in an easy-to-sort box. It's called pigeon-holing, and it usually is a far cry from an accurate description of a person. more
The Apopka Involved Voters are sponsoring the forum, which is the same group that sponsored the Mayoral Debate on February 17th, and the Apopka City Commission Seat #2 forum in 2020. more
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A surprising notice appeared in the Orlando Sentinel's Sunday classified section: "Legal Advertisement; City of Apopka; Public Notice of Community Meeting; One Apopka Outreach & Discovery for South Apopka..." more
In front of a live crowd at the Apopka Community Center, and others watching on live stream, four candidates for the city commission expressed their ideas and vision in a cordial forum format. more
The campaign for mayor is a marathon. There is, however, a single hour in a campaign cycle that could make or break a candidate, and in the case of Nelson and Becker, it's January 31st from 6-7 pm. more
The APFA, which represents 86 firefighters, engineers, and district chiefs at the Apopka Fire Department, will release the following statement regarding their endorsements. more
Instead of opening the site from 8 am-5 pm on those dates, Council voted 5-0 to increase the hours from 7 am-7 pm - the same times as the March 8th election date. more
The fifth part of the series features articles written about the upcoming mayoral election between incumbent Bryan Nelson and his challenger, Commissioner Kyle Becker. more
The Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce announced the details of its upcoming mayoral debate between incumbent Mayor Bryan Nelson and his challenger, Commissioner Kyle Becker. more
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