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Overview of Elections
The following information does not necessarily constitute all information contained in the City of Mount Dora Charter and Code of Ordinances on this subject. For complete information, please refer to the Charter and Code of Ordinances. For specific qualifying procedures and dates, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at (352) 735-7126.

Seats Up for Election in November 5, 2013 Race
The seats up for election on November 5 are below. Click here for the list of candidates.   
 
  • Mayor
    • Two-year term
    • Currently held by Bob Thielhelm  
  • At-Large
    • Odd 
    • Two-year term
    • Currently held by Michael Tedder  
  • District 1
    • Two-year term
    • Currently held by Ryan Donovan 
  • District 4
    • Two-year term
    • Currently held by Denny Wood

  • In order to qualify, candidates must submit the required paperwork no later than 12:00 noon on Friday, August 30 to the City Clerk's Office, located on the second floor of City Hall:

    510 N. Baker Street
    Mount Dora, FL 32757

    Electors
    Any person who is a resident of the city, who has qualified as an elector of this state, and who registers in the manner prescribed by law shall be an elector of the city.

    Nonpartisan Elections
    All elections for the office of City Council shall qualify with the city clerk during the qualification period, which in 2013 will begin on Monday, August 26, promptly at 12:00 noon and will end on Friday, August 30, promptly at 12:00 noon.

    Qualifying
    Candidates for elected office shall qualify with the Office of the City Clerk in the manner established by ordinance consistent with the laws of the State of Florida. In order to qualify, a candidate shall file forms adopted by the City Council for that purpose.

    Removal
    Elected officers may be removed from office pursuant to the laws of the State of Florida.

    Lake County Supervisor of Elections
    For information on absentee voting, polling locations, or registering to vote, please contact the Lake County Supervisor of Elections Office at (352) 343-9734.

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