Over 800 votes cast in The Apopka Voice Reader’s Poll

as published in The Apopka Voice. See the article here.

Decision Apopka 2018

Orange County Commissioner Bryan Nelson and Apopka City Commission Seat #1 candidate Suzanne Kidd won The Apopka Voice Reader’s Poll conducted over the weekend. 811 readers participated in the poll, which began on Friday, and ended at noon today.

Nelson defeated incumbent Mayor Joe Kilsheimer in the unscientific poll, claiming 454 votes (55.9%). Kilsheimer received 357 votes (44.1%).

The Apopka Voice Readers Poll Results:

Mayor of Apopka:

Bryan Nelson 454 (55.9%)

Joe Kilsheimer 357 (44.1%)

Apopka City Commission Seat #1:

Suzanne Kidd 270 (37.5%)

Gene Knight 194 (26.9%)

Alexander Smith 140 (19.4%)

Theresa Mott 116 (16.1%)

“We are so thankful for our supporters, contributors and petition signers who have worn t-shirts, displayed bumper stickers, and cast their ballots on The Apopka Voice,” Nelson said.

In the Apopka City Commission Seat #1 poll, Kidd received 270 votes (37.5%), followed by Gene Knight with 194 (26.9%), Alexander Smith with 140 votes (19.4%), and Theresa Mott with 116 (16.1%).

“Many thanks to everyone who took the time to vote for me in The Apopka Voice poll,” Kidd said. “While it’s just a snapshot in time of the broad support our campaign has, it’s an indication that Apopka residents are paying close attention to the importance of this election.”