City Elections

The City Clerk serves as the Supervisor of City Elections. For questions regarding a City Election, contact the City Clerk’s office at 407-703-1704.

The City of Apopka has five elected officials that include the Mayor and four Commissioners elected at large by the registered electors of the City.

Elected Officials serve four-year terms.

Candidates qualify and file all reports in the City Clerk’s Office, 120 E. Main Street, Second Floor, Apopka, FL 32703.

Special Election 2020

The City of Apopka will hold a special election on November 3, 2020, to fill an unexpired term for Council Seat 2. 

The 2020 Special Election will be held in conjunction with the Presidential Election. The Orange County Supervisor of Elections will mail out sample ballots to all registered voters showing their designated precinct number as well as contested council seats and candidates.

Read the Mayor's Proclamation for November 3, 2020 City Special Election, City of Apopka, FL.


Qualifying ended at 12 PM on Friday, August 28, 2020.


Please contact the City Clerk's Office by calling 407-703-1704 or emailing

Upcoming Elections

Election Year
Seats Available
Qualifying Period
General Election
Run-Off Election
Term Begins
2020 Seat 2 Begins: Noon August 26, 2020
Ends: Noon, August 28, 2020
Special Election November 3, 2020 December  8, 2020 Council Meeting after Election Certification

City of Apopka Candidates for the November 3, 2020 Election

Qualified Candidates for the Special Election, Seat 2
Yesenia “Jesi” Baron
Gene Knight
Nick Nesta
Diane Velazquez

Important Links

Orange County Supervisor of Elections -

Florida Division of Elections -

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