Winter Garden, Ocoee qualifying ends

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Two incumbents in Ocoee and one in Winter Garden will have to campaign to keep their seats on their respective city commissions now that the qualifying period has ended. The municipal elections are Tuesday, March 10, and registered voters in Winter Garden, Ocoee and Windermere will go to the polls from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. that day to select who will represent them for the next term. In Oakland, voters will receive a mail-in ballot regarding revisions to the town charter.

In Ocoee’s District 2, Commissioner Rosemary Wilsen, 1019 Shady Maple Circle, has opposition from Mike Hopper, 240 E. Silver Star Road. In District 4, Commissioner Joel F. Keller, 5021 Lighterwood Court, will face George Oliver III, 2020 Applegate Drive.

In Winter Garden’s District 4, Commissioner Colin Sharman, 312 Duff Drive, will be running against David Kassander, 15155 Ovation Drive. Incumbents Bob Buchanan, District 2, and Bobby Olszewski, District 3, have no opposition.

Four candidates are vying for three seats on the Windermere Town Commission: incumbents Jim O’Brien, Mike Pirozzolo and Molly Rose; and Robert McKinley.


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