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Apopka Elections 2024

Candidates for city commission hit the home stretch after a slow fundraising month


As Apopka Election Day inches closer, four candidates are making their final push to secure the votes they need to win their races. In Seat #3, Nadia Anderson is taking on Darryl Richardson, while Seat #4 features Eric Mock against Commissioner Nick Nesta.

In the last month of an election, candidates should be focusing on maximizing their outreach to voters and getting their message across effectively. This can involve a variety of activities such as door-to-door canvassing, phone banking, hosting meet-and-greet events, speaking at public forums, and running targeted social media campaigns.

Overall, the last month of an election is a critical time for candidates to make their final push and leave a lasting impression on voters. It's also important for candidates to continue fundraising efforts in order to have the necessary resources to execute their campaign strategy. 

January was a slow fundraising month for all four candidates.

In the last two-week period (January 13th-26th), Richardson led the way in Seat #3 with $1,370 in contributions received, which increased his total to $6,020. Anderson was next with a $1,200 haul this period, and her total contributions grew to $3,000.

In Seat #4, Nesta collected $1050 in contributions, increasing his fundraising efforts to $5,758.89, while Mock received $548.06 but leads all candidates in total fundraising with $9,823.13.

Election Day in Apopka is March 19th, just 33 days away. The last day to register to vote in Apopka is February 20th. The last day to request a vote by mail ballot is March 7th. Early voting begins March 4th and ends March 17th (10 AM to 6 PM). 

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