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Apopka Commissioner Diane Velazquez releases early voting video


As many of you are aware, I’m running for re-election to Seat 2 on the Apopka City Council.  For those new to Apopka and to our long-term residents, business, and others that visit our city, I have served the City of Apopka for over five years as an elected City Commissioner, and I have also served as an appointed Planning and Zoning Orange County Commissioner for two years. As a result, these seven years of experience have given me a beneficial insight into how elected officials’ responsibilities affect and influence the tone of the community in which they preside.  This experience has helped me understand how to look for and arrive at the best solution(s) when city projects that affect the community and the growth of the city are presented to the city council.  It’s very important for your elected representatives to value and respect the responsibility they have been handed and have accepted. 

For details on early voting in Apopka, watch this video:

Now that the new election cycle is taking place, I would strongly like to reiterate that my campaign platform will continue to be based on four principles; Honesty, Authenticity, Integrity, and Communication. Additionally, the well-being of our city and city staff, our families and their children, businesses and owners, visitors, and the community, in general, have always been a priority for me since moving to Apopka in 2005.  My community service began almost immediately once I settled in Apopka. 

I think that Apopka has a great and wonderful future in store. This city has not lost its appeal as a community-oriented place, and I would love to see Apopka prosper with our community as its first priority.

Political advertisement paid and approved by Diane Velazquez, non-partisan for Apopka Council Seat 2.

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