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Get Informed

Not sure where you stand on the issues? You’re not alone. Use these resources to figure it out.

Check Out Nonpartisan Voter Guide

Check Out Nonpartisan Voter Guide

This free voter resource can help you think critically and make informed decisions at the polls.

Discover Your Political Identity

Discover Your Political Identity

Not sure which party affiliation to check on your voter registration? Want to know which candidates share your perspective?
Check out Vote Easy

Review Your Sample Ballot

Review Your Sample Ballot

Did you know that you can prep before you vote? Be sure to review your sample ballot and even take yours with you when you cast your vote. Sometimes ballots are long and involved, and it’s challenging to remember everything. Think of your sample ballot as a study guide!  If you’re a registered voter in Orange County (which you are if you use your Rollins College address) you can find your sample ballot here.

Find your Florida Supervisor of Elections' website or visit Campus Vote Project to find your sample ballot if you vote outside of Florida.
Know Your Elected Officials

Know Your Elected Officials

If you vote using your Rollins address, here’s a quick overview of some of your elected officials:

US Senators – Marco Rubio (R) and Rick Scott (R)
US Representative – District 10: Congressman Maxwell Frost (D) 

Governor – Ron DeSantis (R)
State Senator – District 10:  Jason Brodeur (R)
State Representative – District 47: Anna Eskamani (D)

County Mayor – Jerry Demings
County Commissioner – District 5: Emily Bonilla

Winter Park Mayor – Phil Anderson 
Winter Park Commissioners – Marty Sullivan, Sheila DeCiccio, Kris Cruzada, and Todd Weaver

The Orange County Supervisor of Elections’ website has a comprehensive list of all the county’s elected officials.


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This information is brought to you by the Rollins College Democracy Project, a student-led, nonpartisan initiative to encourage civic engagement.