When and Where to File . First elected in 2016, Strand previously served eight years on the Fargo School Board. (Stephen M. Dowell/Orlando Sentinel). She touts her experience in family law as valuable to the bench. Rhiannon Arnold, 40, is the founding partner of her law firm, which specializes in personal injury, premises liability and vehicle collisions. He advocates for more transparency and says the tax collector’s budget should be posted online, detailing where every dollar is spent. ”My main concern is to get the economy back on track.”. Alex Barrio, 35, is a former legislative aide and has an endorsement from U.S. Rep. Darren Soto. Marc Jones, 45, runs a litigation firm with clients ranging from individuals to corporations and local governments. She previously worked as a juvenile probation officer and was a prosecutor for a short period before entering private practice. FARGO — Fargo residents will be able to cast their mail-in ballots for as many of the six Fargo City Commission candidates as they want through the new approval voting system that will get its first test in the city election on June 9. Political news from Central Florida and across the state. Republican District 9 candidates, clockwise from upper left, Jose Castillo, William Olson, Christopher Wright, Sergio Ortiz, The 2020 Republican candidates in congressional District 10 are Vennia Francois and Willie Montague. Michael Harford is a former county commissioner defeated by Choudhry four years ago. A Florida Supreme Court certified mediator, Jones has been general counsel to the Seminole County Value Adjustment Board for almost seven years. He did not respond to interview requests. Kirby Smith, 52, of Tavares, is a senior engineering construction manager with CenturyLink and former EMT/firefighter. He said he’ll stick to conservative principles of low taxes and limited government if elected, but also said he’ll be able to get things done with a likely Democratic majority. Current City of Fargo Commissioners terms expire: June 2022 Mayor Tim Mahoney Commissioner Tony Gehrig Commissioner Dave Piepkorn June 2024 Commissioner John Strand Commissioner Arlette Preston Jeremy Sisson, 42, CEO of Evan James and Associates, a commercial real estate brokerage in downtown Orlando, said he’s running to be a voice for businesses and would prioritize helping them receive low-interest loans and grants to safely and effectively reopen following the pandemic. Booth said the county needs to curtail “out of control” residential growth and craft a development plan to better pay for schools, roads and other infrastructure. He also said his background in school safety, drug prevention, cyber safety and anti-bully campaigns will be an asset to the district. She started her career at the county as a library coordinator in 1992. “We lose a lot of teachers because our salaries are not commensurate with surrounding counties,” she said. Christy Collins, 41, practices real estate law and is a former public school teacher and traffic hearing officer. Politician. Pete Clarke, 71, who held this seat previously after serving 17 years as deputy director of the county Health & Family Services Department, said his experience with public health is an asset the county needs. Todd Luce, 54, worked in law enforcement from 1985 until his retirement in 2019. Although different municipalities have varying roles for commissioners in their cities, the main functions of the commission remain similar among them. Responsibilities of the board are: levy taxes, appropriations, authorize bonds, set salaries, approve bills, accept bids, and approve the annual county budget, just to mention a few. Blake supported the move of the statue of Confederate Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith to Lake, because he said it’s “none of the County Commission’s business” telling an independent museum board what it could or could not do. Michael Peacock, 37, left Morgan & Morgan to open a law firm in Melbourne focusing on personal injury, wrongful death, small claims, contract disputes, landlord and tenant claims, and business litigation. Emily Bonilla, 43, the incumbent seeking a second term, bills herself as a protector of the environment and wildlife, and a guardian against harmful development, unmanaged growth and wealthy political insiders. He lives in unincorporated Lady Lake and also has worked with the career development center at Beacon College in Leesburg. Here are some of the key Central Florida match-ups in the Aug. 18 primary, with candidates seeking congressional, legislative and county offices as well as judgeships. Sullivan also talks about “smart growth,” but says the county needs to continue to diversify its tax base with more businesses like the $121 million Kroger-Ocada grocery fulfillment center in Groveland. I would love to hear what your questions and concerns are! Garcia said his experience working closely with students, parents, teachers and administrators will help him assure that funding goes where it is needed most. He reached the rank of captain with the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, where he worked from 1989 until he retired. Earlier he was a prosecutor and civil litigator who touts extensive trial experience. Al Carlson of Fargo spent 26 years in the legislature and 10 years as Republican majority leader. Mollie B. Cunningham, 59, of Tavares, worked 36 years as a teacher and school administrator, retiring as principal of Carver Middle School in Leesburg. Vicki Felder, 63, is a longtime teacher who currently works at Edgewater High School. Mayra Uribe, 46, the incumbent and a business owner who was elected two years ago to finish Clarke’s term as he ran for mayor, said she has tried to make county government more responsive. He was elected in 2016 and has since boosted the number of Hispanic deputies on the force. Oscar Hotusing, 53, began his career as a prosecutor in 1994. He said his background in business separates him from his opponents. Scott Plakon, 61, is a Longwood resident and former business owner who has served in the House for a total of 10 years. The City of Fargo Police Chief Selection Committee is announcing three candidates for advancement as finalists. He also cited his business background as an asset. He wants to support families and small businesses that have been hurt by the pandemic. During closure of City of Fargo facilities to the public, the City Auditor’s Office is encouraging alternative means of communication for potential candidates in upcoming June elections to ensure successful filing. She is a former teacher who cites among her accomplishments changing the student dress code that many viewed as unfairly targeting girls and plans for a new kindergarten-to-eighth-grade school in the Apopka area to relieve crowding at existing campuses. Betsy VanderLey, 61, the incumbent seeking a second four-year term, said she wants to continue advocating for infrastructure improvements and to help plan a regional park in west Orange. Marco Lopez is a U.S. Navy veteran who was an Osceola County deputy for 17 years. The Mayor and four Commissioners are elected at large, meaning that every citizen has an opportunity to vote for each of them. She is assigned to felony criminal cases, having earlier been a general magistrate presiding over dependency and truancy cases. Sheyenne Street Project Article Dec 07 2020. Orange County School Board District 4 candidates Pam Gould, Prince Brown and Dayna Gaut. As a candidate for commissioner it’s a guide that should be studied and followed and provides valuable blueprints that clearly define projects that move the city into an exciting future. There are six candidates running, including John Strand and Tony Grindberg, who are seeking re-election. He holds a doctorate in chemistry/biochemistry from Georgia Institute of Technology. Farner also served 12 years on the Lake Soil and Water Conservation Board. Rick Singh, 57, the two-term incumbent, insists that he is the only qualified candidate in the race because he is the only one with property-appraising experience. The Florida Department of State's Candidate Tracking System tracks candidates throughout the elections process presenting candidate status, campaign finance activity, personal photos and contact information. Approve them all. Doug Shields, 59, is a certified public accountant and business owner who moved to Clermont in 2010 and became active in fights against high-density growth with Keep Clermont Rural. She touts her experience working in Lake County schools and said teachers and all employees deserve a raise. The filing deadline with the city auditor is 4:00 p.m. on April 6, 2020. The most pressing issues for Worrell, who has said her record as a criminal justice reform advocate stands alone above her opponents, are police accountability, mass incarceration and juvenile justice. Monique Worrell, 44, was the director of the Conviction Integrity Unit at Ayala’s office before leaving in 2019 to work as chief legal officer for Reform Alliance, the national criminal justice reform organization co-founded by Jay-Z and Meek Mill. Mercado said she has leadership and integrity Singh lacks. He’d also push for more occupational training and more internships for students and better mental health services. Kari Breker (D) David A Clemens (R)* State House, District 16 Incumbent Lake County Commissioner Wendy Breeden is facing Kirby Smith in District 3 race. H. Alexander Duncan, 40, of Geneva, the former vice chair of the Seminole County Soil and Water Conservation District Board, wants to “return government control to ‘we the people,‘” protect the environment and promote “honesty and transparency in government.”. She touts herself as a candidate with a “variety of legal and life experience, and most importantly, a servant’s heart.”. Bruno Portigliatti, 32, is president of Florida Christian University and CEO of Excellence Senior Living from Doctor Phillips. Carlson says he believes he has a lot to offer given his experience in the legislature. She focuses on DUIs, drug charges and criminal traffic offenses. The terms of John Strand and Tony Grindberg both expire. Jose Castillo, 37, of Davenport, said unemployment and illegal immigration were the two biggest issues. He says he favors “smart growth” that protects the environment, but says he is not “anti-growth.” He criticizes the current commission, which he says does not follow the comprehensive land use plan, which sets forth how and where the county should grow. He has voted against millage increases that would increase property tax bills. She will be discussing the election and some of the hard hitting local topics. He said he favors reforming the criminal justice system and legalizing recreational marijuana to boost revenue and tourism. Per the Tampa Bay Business Journal , Democratic candidate … Jonathan Hacker, 40, works in the hospitality industry. Ricardo Rangel is strongly in favor of common sense gun laws, including a ban on assault rifles. He wants to fix Florida’s “train wreck” unemployment system and kickstart the state economy again as it emerges from the coronavirus-induced recession. Rather than representing specific areas of the city, as is done in a council form of government, Commissioners represent the entire city. Alexis Carter, 35, of Altamonte Springs, an attorney and former public defender, said he wants to repair Florida’s unemployment system and wants more scrutiny of police brutality and misconduct from a state level. J.R. Kroll, 49, of Sanford, is a real estate broker and owner of JR Kroll Realty. William Olson, 56, of Davenport, a retired U.S. Army Sgt. Blake said it is important for the county to continue to diversify its tax base and keep up with infrastructure needs. This extended interview of Ritchell Aboah was recorded on May 12th, 2020 in Fargo, ND as part of her 2020 run for Fargo City Commission. Brian Beute, 46, of Chuluota, is a teacher at Trinity Preparatory school. Information on who is currently running can be found on the Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Website. Department Liaison: City Commission, Finance, Human Resources, Public Works, Police. He said he’s running in part to shine a light on the influence of special-interest money in politics and has pointed to developers funding his opponents. Central Florida 2020 Voters Guide: Your guide to your ballot. He worked for the district in classified support roles for more than 20 years and also is pastor of the Church of God of Prophecy in Tavares. If re-elected, he said he will continue to use technology to improve appraisal accuracy. She supports criminal justice reforms like prosecuting fewer juveniles in adult court and wants to set up a task force to “aggressively” pursue human traffickers, as well as a political corruption unit. She said her work both in the class and in administration gave her leadership opportunities in academics, policy and finance. Deborah Barra, 44, is Orange-Osceola State Attorney Aramis Ayala’s second-in-command, supervising more than 165 attorneys and managing day-to-day operations. The City of Fargo has a commission form of government. (Ricardo Ramirez Buxeda/ Orlando Sentinel). A political candidate in Florida has been dropped as a customer by Wells Fargo for her ties to and support of medical marijuana. Smith said his background as a businessman and certified building contractor will help as the county continues to grow, but said, “We have to do it smart.”. Peggy Choudhry is a first term incumbent commissioner who is a former immigration officer and currently owns a hotel on U.S. Highway 192. Vincent Falcone, 38, is an Orlando lawyer who specializes in commercial disputes. She also was an opponent of a controversial county-backed penny sales tax increase to fund road improvements. Farner said her experience in the classroom gives her a unique perspective on the needs of students. It has been edited for time. If elected, she’d work to improve how schools deal with the family and health issues that can impact academic performance and how they support children with disabilities. Steve Henderson, 52, runs a firm with his wife representing clients involved in dependency, delinquency, criminal, family and civil cases. Terri Hedman for ND Senate District 46. She said state law doesn’t require the elected property appraiser to be a certified appraiser. She has been an advocate in Kissimmee for many years which she claims gives her an advantage over her opponents. A yard sign in the Orlando neighborhood of College Park on Aug. 4, 2020. Grindberg is running again while Strand has yet to announce. He would work to build schools in fast-growing west Orange more quickly, eliminate portables, boost teacher morale and improve students’ academic performance. Mark Van Valkenburgh, 54, is a Winter Park mediator who handles commercial, real estate and employment disputes. Burns came into office pushing to return and then successfully expand recess for children. Michael Scott, 38, coordinator for Orlando’s My Brother’s Keeper program, said he would bring the experience of the “everyday family” to the board. John Mina, 51, the former Orlando police chief and incumbent seeking his first full term, touts his experience leading two of the largest law enforcement agencies in Florida as unmatched, including during the 2016 Pulse nightclub massacre, the coronavirus pandemic and now citizen unrest over police brutality. Seats Up for Election in 2020: City Commission Seat No. Singh said he did nothing wrong. Betsy Farner, 61, of unincorporated Tavares, taught 37 years, including at Tavares Elementary, Middle and High School, with 20 of those as a science teacher. Donna Goerner, 49, said she has tried more than 135 criminal jury trials as a prosecutor and defense attorney. He wants to help the economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic. Darryl Sheppard, 37, an Orlando businessman with no law enforcement experience, says the Sheriff’s Office needs to focus on community programs, not heavy-handed enforcement. The commissioners make policies regulating the functions of the many departments and see that these are carried out. Perry wants to improve the retention of prosecutors, reevaluate restrictions that limit access to diversion programs and fix the relationship between the state attorney’s office and law enforcement. Incumbent Tim Sullivan, 66, of Leesburg, is a financial professional and retired brigadier general from the Florida Army National Guard. Her 39 years in public education in Orange County, she said, gives her deep knowledge about the system that would benefit the school board. West Fargo 2.0 provides a visionary look into what the future of West Fargo can be. Pam Gould, 57, has held the seat since 2012. 0:31. Since joining the Florida Bar in 1986, the attorney said he’s litigated over 10,000 civil and criminal cases, from dealing with traffic tickets to fighting to keep clients off death row. He vows to protect the rural boundary from incursions by major developers. She is a former elementary school teacher who also served a term in the Florida House. He said his experience on the board and background in maintenance and supply helped save money through new purchasing arrangements. Nave said she wants to bring her experience with student performance to improve Lake County schools and focus on students both physically and emotionally. It has been edited for time. Kristen Arrington is in favor of changing the transportation system and how education is handled in Osceola County. Fargo City Commission Candidates - 2020 - Duration: 14:20. Burns said she wants to build on the mental health health advocacy efforts in schools. Potential Candidates for Fargo City Commission, Other Offices Reminded to Contact City Auditor Before April 6. He believes that his past as an aide puts him at an advantage. Anjali Vaya, 44, a community advocate who owns a technology marketing company, lists as priorities restoring the economy, increasing affordable housing, improving transportation and protecting rural lifestyles. Submit questions LIVE during the event! If re-elected, she said she would push to “elevate the voices” of teachers in district decisions, encourage more social and emotional learning programs, make district budget decisions more transparent and improve racial equity. EV Tech Benjamin Morow, employee of the Orange County Supervisor of Elections, sets up voting booths for early voting in the Community Room of the Winter Park Public Library, on Thursday, July 30, 2020. Bruce Antone, 59, is a state legislator who has served 12 years in Tallahassee. First Class and a Walt Disney World employee, said reopening the economy was important and the unemployed should be taken care of, but the government should not “pay more for unemployment than the person would get in their regular job.”, Sergio Ortiz, 55, of Kissimmee, a mortgage banker, said his slogan was “faith, family and freedom,” and “we have to change the school system [because] it’s very skewed towards totalitarianism.”, Christopher Wright, 38, of Lake Nona, an attorney, said he was “super-focused on the economy” and the country needs to “change the messaging [on COVID-19] and get tourism up and running again.”, Vennia Francois, 46, of Orlando, a former U.S. Senate aide and former congressional District 7 candidate, said school choice, immigration and human trafficking are the biggest issues. Liebnitzky said he opposed a controversial deal to dump coal ash from Puerto Rico in a landfill and helped shoot down the penny sales tax proposed last year. Farner wants to see Lake work to improve its graduation rate and said more vocational education will help lower the dropout rate. He has said he would increase the number of patrol deputies to focus on community policing, launch a “Homeless Outreach Team” with community partners and increase transparency. A former methamphetamine addict arrested on drug charges, Hacker said he got clean and left the “gay lifestyle” after he “accepted Jesus.” He thinks his story will resonate with other families who’ve faced struggles. If elected, he would work to make sure parents’ concerns are heeded, he said, and the challenges students with disabilities face aren’t ignored. Staff writers Steven Lemongello, Everitt Rosen, Gray Rohrer, Ryan Gillespie, Stephen Hudak, Leslie Postal, Monivette Cordeiro, Grace Toohey, Martin E. Comas, Jeff Weiner and John Cutter compiled this report. Bill Moore, 49, holds a real estate license and retired in 2013 after 21 years as an officer with the Orlando Police Department. She has called for a reduction in the millage rate this year. Political Organization. Voters can choose one candidate… Harford touted his efforts to pass a wage-theft ordinance when he was on the board and desires to expand recreation and transit. Kristi Burns, 43, of Leesburg, was elected to the School Board in 2016 and is its current chairman. Mike Miller, 52, a former GOP state legislator, says the county’s most pressing issues are stopping the spread of COVID-19 and getting people back to work, through rapid testing, business aid and eliminating regulations. This information is updated regularly as candidates update their information. 14:20. Luce said he is “more in favor of a status quo position at this time ... and not rolling back the tax rate.” He said he was against moving Smith’s statue to Lake. 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