Christine Moore, the incumbent candidate for the District 7 seat of the Orange County School Board, announced the endorsement yesterday from the Orange County Public School Board Chairman Bill Sublette for her re-election bid. Moore is challenged by Isadora Dean, Matthew Fitzpatrick, and Laura Rounds. District 7 includes all of Apopka. Dean and Fitzpatrick are from Apopka. Rounds is from Winter Garden.
Sublette has served on the Board with Ms. Moore for six years.
“I appreciate Christine’s professionalism and positive, ‘can do’ attitude,” he said. “Because of her keen attention to constituent concerns, it is a rare occurrence for me to get involved in anything in Apopka, Ocoee or Winter Garden. I marvel at her dedication to research and present the history of new schools through drama, elementary history book and individual art displays and work to produce a large arts festival. District 7 voters should definitely vote to keep Christine Moore on the job for another four years.”
Additionally, all other non-opposed school board members: Joie Cadle, Daryl Flynn, Nancy Robbinson and Linda Kobert, have contributed to her 2016 re-election campaign.
“I'm honored to have the support of my peers on the Board. It takes four votes to make things happen for our children in Apopka.”
Moore is running for her third term. Election Day for the OCPS Board District 7 seat is August 30th. If no candidate receives a majority of the votes, the top two candidates will runoff against each other on November 8th.
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