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• Parents and teachers in Volusia County are voting on new public school schedules for elementary through high school students through March 25. The changes come after school leaders decided to add 30 minutes to the elementary school day. Read More »
• Officials expect voter turnout to be up in Central Florida for November’s elections. That’s why Orange County is adding early voting sites including one at the University of Central Florida. Read More »
• A survey of Latino voters across the state finds them split on the Senate race, but unified on rebuilding Puerto Rico. Immigration, job creation and housing are key issues for Latino Voters.
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• Central Florida non-profits are registering young voters throughout Florida ahead of Monday’s deadline to register to vote in the August primary. Many are part of the local Puerto Rican community. Read More »
• If you haven’t been paying attention, next Tuesday is your last chance to vote in the general election for Orlando City Council races. And if you have been paying attention, then you know this melodramatic political tale that one candidate described as “the Jerry Springer” show is finally coming to an end. Orlando Commissioners Jim Gray, Robert Stuart and Regina Hill are all up for re-election, and all have a cluster of competitors after their spots and $58,000 salaries, on the city’s top municipal board. In her first re-election bid, Hill, more than incumbents Stuart or Gray, faces the biggest challenge, going up against six other candidates for the district that goes from Parramore to MetroWest. All three incumbents have … Read More »