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Learn About Orange and Seminole Candidates, Florida Ballot Amendments, and County Charter Amendments and Referendum on the 2012 Ballot
Orange County and Seminole County 2012 Voter Guide
This website was created with the hope of bringing the Central Florida voter all the information needed to cast an informed vote in the upcoming 2012 elections. We’ve included a summary of the proposed 11 Florida Ballot Amendments and a brief explanation of what each constitutional amendment truly means to voters. And we’ve also explained what a “Vote No” or “Vote Yes” would mean for each proposed amendment, starting with Amendment 1.
Focus on Orange County
Our aim is to offer a clear and concise rundown of Orange County races and educate you on the candidates’ backgrounds and positions.
You’ll find the Orange County Charter Amendments, along with a simple explanation of what each one means, starting with Orange County Charter Amendment 1. And we’ve included the Orange County Charter/ Special Referendum, sponsored by the Orange County Board of County Commissioners, with a brief summary of what it says and does.
As always, the League of Women Voters does not support any candidate or party. Our goal is simply to offer background and policy viewpoints of candidates in local elections so that voters like you can make an informed decision on Election Day.
League of Women Voter’s Guide
The information for LWVOC Voter Guide was provided by the candidates at the request of the League. This material was not edited by the League and uses, in every instance, the actual words of the candidates.