West Orange Chamber of Commerce Facilitating Opportunity
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Virtual Hob Nob 2020 Participants

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The West Orange Chamber of Commerce hosted its 2020 Hob Virtual Nob & Straw Poll on July 30, 2020, providing candidates with a virtual platform to state their case to potential voters.

Due to the pandemic, this was the first Virtual Hob Nob that the West Orange Chamber has
facilitated. With Jay Galbraith, Vice President of Public Affairs at Valencia College and WOCC
Board Member as the Guest Emcee, the virtual event featured a candidate parade, State Attorney & Florida House District 44 candidate debates, an Amendment update, and the opportunity to participate in the virtual straw poll.

The West Orange Chamber appreciates the support of the sponsors for this virtual event:

Presenting Sponsor – Orlando Health (https://www.orlandohealth.com/ );

Premier Sponsor – West Orange Political Alliance (https://wochamber.com/advocacy/wopa_endorsements);

Participating Sponsor – Walt Disney World (https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/ );

Event Sponsors –

The Chamber hopes that everyone who participated found the event beneficial. To see the virtual event in its entirety, click here. (https://youtu.be/3PRFZjyB-vc )

2020 WOCC VIRTUAL HOB NOB & STRAW POLL RESULTS

President of the United States

  • Donald J. Trump REP 55% *WINNER*
  • Joe Biden DEM 45%

Representative in Congress - District 10

  • Val Demings DEM 51% *WINNER*
  • Vennia Francois REP 49%

State Attorney 9th Judicial Circuit

  • Deborah Lynne Barra DEM 21%
  • Belvin Perry Jr DEM 41% *WINNER*
  • Ryan Williams DEM 21%
  • Monique Worrell DEM 6%
  • Jose Torroella NPA 11%

State Senator - District 11

  • Joshua Eli Adams REP 46%
  • Randolph Bracy DEM 54% *WINNER*

State Senator - District 15

  • Louis T. Minnis Jr REP 46% *TIE*
  • Victor M. Torres Jr DEM 46% *TIE*
  • Michael James NPA 7%

State Representative - District 44

  • Frank Edel Blanco REP 14%
  • Bruno Portigliatti REP 41% *WINNER*
  • Andy Farrell DEM 6%
  • Geraldine F. Thompson DEM 39%

Orange County Sheriff

  • Andrew Darling DEM 7%
  • Jose Lopez DEM 18%
  • Eric L. McIntyre DEM 3%
  • John Mina DEM 70% *WINNER*
  • Darryl B. Sheppard DEM 1%

Property Appraiser

  • Amy Mercado DEM 59% *WINNER*
  • Khalid Muneer DEM 19%
  • Rick Singh DEM 22%

Circuit Judge, 9th Judicial Circuit | Group 1

  • Rhiannon Arnold 51% *WINNER*
  • Mikaela Nix 49%

Circuit Judge, 9th Judicial Circuit | Group 21

  • Alan Apte 65% *WINNER*
  • Christy C. Collins 35%

Circuit Judge, 9th Judicial Circuit | Group 34

  • Mike Kraynick 78% *WINNER*
  • Amrita Singh 22%

Circuit Judge, 9th Judicial Circuit | Group 39

  • Vincent Falcone 61% *WINNER*
  • Mark Van Valkenburgh 39%

Board of County Commissioners | District 1

  • Betsy VanderLey 68% *WINNER*
  • Nicole Wilson 32%

Board of County Commissioners | District 3

  • Pete Clarke 42%
  • Bill Moore 14%
  • Mayra Uribe 44% *WINNER*

Board of County Commissioners | District 5

  • Emily Bonilla 35%
  • Mike Miller 45% *WINNER*
  • Anjali Vaya 20%

School Board Member | District 4

  • Prince Brown 13%
  • Dayna Gaut 15%
  • Pam Gould 71% *WINNER*
  • School Board Member | District 5
  • Bruce H. Antone 41% *WINNER*
  • Vicki-Elaine Felder 22%
  • Michael Scott 37%

School Board Member | District 6

  • Karen Castor Dentel 69% *WINNER*
  • Jonathan Hacker 31%
  • School Board Member | District 7
  • Ericka Bell 25%
  • Melissa Mitchell Byrd 65% *WINNER*
  • Jeannetta Maxena 10%

Charter Constitutional Amendment | Prohibiting Pollution of the Wekiva River, Econlockhatchee River and All other Waters of Orange County

  • Yes 59%
  • No 41%

No. 2 State Constitutional Amendment | Raising Florida's Minimum Wage

  • Yes 44%
  • No 56%

No. 3 State Constitutional Amendment | All Voters Vote in Primary Elections for State Legislature, Governor, and Cabinet

  • Yes 49%
  • No 51%

No. 4 State Constitutional Amendment | Voter Approval of Constitutional Amendments

  • Yes 46%
  • No 54%