“To Do” for City of Orlando Voters: Vote on Tuesday, May 6

From the Editor’s Desk: Today is the day for Orlando District 5 voters to select their new city commissioner. Reminder: Polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. This is the run-off election between Regina Hill and E. Juan Lynum, seeking to represent residents in the district for the next four years. The seat is currently held by Daisy Lynum, who is retiring after 16 years. Polling places: Rock Lake Community Center: 440 N. Tampa Ave., John H. Jackson Community Center: 1002 Carter St., Orlando Fire Station 12: 1588 Park Center Dr. and Northwest Community Center, 3955 W.D. Judge Dr. If you have any questions or concerns call the City Clerk’s office at 407-246-2251 or the Orange County Supervisor of Elections office at 407-836-2070. Vote and Let Your Own Voice Be Heard.


May 1 (Orlando) — It’s Countdown to the City of Orlando Commission District 5 Run-Off Election.  If you live in the district and are registered to vote, update your calendar to GO VOTE on Tuesday, May 6.

Actually, you can vote three ways: absentee ballot (if you have it already, just complete it and turn it in before the polls close on Tuesday), early vote (through today – Saturday, May 3) and at your polling place on election day.

Let your own voice be heard by casting your ballot for the candidate you want to see in office.

The upcoming run-off election is between Regina Hill and Juan Lynum. (Lynum got only 37 more votes than Hill during the April election which included third place candidate Cynthia Harris.) Long-term District 5 City Commissioner Daisy Lynum dropped out of the race to retire before the election.

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