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City Council votes to extend early voting hours for Apopka elections
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.
City Council expected to approve Apopka Community Center as early voting site
If approved, the Apopka Community Center will be open for early voting from Tuesday, March 1st through Sunday, March 6th from 8 am until 5 pm each day.
Nelson extends lead in fundraising
Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson extended his lead in fundraising over challenger Commissioner Kyle Becker after a modest showing for both candidates in the holiday month of December.

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Breaking News: Becker wins first Apopka Voice Mayoral Readers Poll
Apopka City Commissioner Kyle Becker has won the first Apopka Voice Mayoral Readers Poll with 53% of the votes.
Commissioner Diane Velazquez: Honesty, Authenticity, Integrity, and Communication are core to her platform
The experience I have obtained has expanded my outlook on the responsibilities city commissioners have. I would like to see more synergy between the city council and the city administration. Communication is extremely important. 
Becker vs. Nelson: Mayoral Readers Poll going live Friday
On January 31st, Nelson and Becker will square off in a debate. On March 8th, Apopka voters will decide their fate in the 2022 Mayoral Election. But where does this election stand right now?
Early voting precinct coming to Apopka?
At the Wednesday Apopka City Council meeting, Leroy Bell, a former candidate for the city commission, spoke about early voting and the urgency it has for certain voters.
Alexander Smith returns to city commission without a challenge
Commissioner Alexander H. Smith was declared the winner of Seat #1 because no candidate filed to run against him by the time the qualifying week deadline (January 4th at noon) passed.
Two more candidates running for office in Apopka
Wes Dumey qualified to run for Seat #2 on the Apopka City Commission against incumbent Diane Velazquez, while Eric Mock has qualified to run for Seat #4 on the city commission.
Part Five: Becker, Nelson running for mayor in 2022
The fifth part of the series features articles written about the upcoming mayoral election between incumbent Bryan Nelson and his challenger, Commissioner Kyle Becker.
Becker vs. Nelson: Apopka Chamber announces mayoral debate
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.
League of Women Voters: Not everyone eligible is taking advantage of Amendment 4
Under Amendment 4, Florida’s voting laws have changed, and persons with felony convictions (excluding persons with convictions for murder or felony sex offenses) may be eligible to register to vote again.
Becker, Nesta qualify to run for office in Apopka
Qualifying for the election ends at noon on Tuesday, January 4th. City Hall will be closed on Friday, December 31st, which means there are four days left to qualify for one of the four offices.
Nelson, Smith, and Velazquez qualify to run for office on first day
Qualifying for the election ends at noon on Tuesday, January 4th. City Hall will be closed on Friday, December 31st, which means there are five days left to qualify for one of the four offices.
Three candidates running unopposed for office is not the Apopka way
With the qualifying week for the 2022 Apopka elections fast approaching, and election day only 78 days out, only five candidates are running for the four seats up for grabs in 2022.
Out of town donations fuel Nelson's fundraising advantage
Incumbent Mayor Bryan Nelson extended his lead in fundraising over Commissioner Kyle Becker in the 2022 Apopka Mayoral election with a haul of over $10,000 raised in November.
Becker, Nelson both qualify for mayoral election by signature petition drives
In 2018, Bryan Nelson became the first candidate in Apopka history to qualify to run for mayor by a signature petition; now Commissioner Kyle Becker shares that honor.
Velazquez: "We can't continue to govern the old way, we always have to be ready to move forward"
Diane Velazquez is a survivor, and in politics, that's an important quality to possess. Last year, Velazquez made history when she won back Seat #2 on the Apopka City Commission.