Recommendations for Key Races In Central Florida: August 18 Primary Election

For only the third time in this publication’s history, I am sharing my recommendations for some key races for the Tuesday, August 18, Primary Election. Surprise! I am including Seminole County! Let me say this, either way, Central Florida (the whole country) is in need of Servant Leaders – people who have been out in the community, working, people who have a passion for serving others (mankind) and/or people who’s experience far outweighs their opponent’s experience. Servant leaders are ladder builders not ladder climbers: They don’t mind helping others up.

Florida’s Primary Election is today, Tuesday, August 18. Central Florida Polling Sites hours: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Call your county Supervisor of Elections Office if you have questions about your polling location or surrendering your mail-in ballot to vote.

For Seminole County, I recommend:

  • State Senator, District 9, Alexis Carter
  • State Representative, District 28, Pasha Baker
  • County Commissioner, District 5, Pernell Bush
  • Circuit Judge 18th Judicial Circuit, Group 15, Tesha Scolaro Ballou
  • Circuit Judge 18th Judicial Circuit, Group 18,
    Steve Henderson
  • Circuit Judge 18th Judicial Circuit, Group 21,
    Donna M. Goerner
  • Circuit Judge 18th Judicial Circuit, Group 25,
    Sam Bookhardt
  • County Court Judge, Group 6, Jessica Damoth
  • School Board Member, District 3, Veronica L. King

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For Orange County, I recommend:

  • State Representative, District 44, Geraldine Thompson
  • State Attorney, 9th Judicial Circuit, Belvin Perry Jr.
  • Sheriff, Jose “Joe” Lopez
  • Property Appraiser, Amy Mercado
  • School Board, District 5, Bruce Antone
  • School Board, District 6, Karen Castor Dentel
Trish Martin, Founder & Editor, Orlando Community News 

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