Here is a list of what you will see on the ballot in Lake County

Here is a list of what you will see on the ballot in Lake County
Lake County: November 2020 Ballot (Brian Hughes/WFTV)

LAKE COUNTY, Fla. — From President of the United States to city commissioner, many elected positions are up for grabs as we approach election day in Central Florida.

Channel 9 compiled information about each of the federal, state and local races that you will see on the ballot in November if you live and vote in Lake County.

Click each candidates' name for more information. Find out all you need to know below.

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Lake County:

President & Vice-President of the United States

Congressional Races:

District 6

District 11

District 15

State Representative:

District 31

District 32

District 33

Board of County Commissioners:

District 3

District 6

Gabriel A. Ruiz (D)

Judges on the Ballot:

Clermont City Council:

Seat 1

Seat 3

Seat 4 (Special Election)

Sheilah “Samii Taylor” Yakovetic

Seat 5

Eustis City Commissioner Seat 3

Fruitland Park Commissioner District 4

Groveland Council:

District 1 (Mayor)

District 3

Howey-in-the-Hills Town Council Seat 4

George Lehning

Liam Wagler

Leesburg Commissioner:

Seat 1, District 1

Seat 3, District 3

Jay Connell

Mascotte City Council:

Seat 2

Seat 4

Matthew Lemonakis

Minneola Council Member Seat 2

Montverde Town Council

Billy Bates

Nathaniel “Joe” Jamieson

Mount Dora City Council At-Large

Tavares City Council:

Seat 3

Seat 5

No. 1 Constitutional Amendment

Yes or No

Citizenship Requirement to Vote in Florida Elections

No. 2 Constitutional Amendment

Yes or No

Raising Florida’s Minimum Wage

No. 3 Constitutional Amendment

Yes or No

All Voters Vote in Primary Elections for State Legislature, Governor, and Cabinet

No. 4 Constitutional Amendment

Yes or No

Voter Approval of Constitutional Amendments

No. 5 Constitutional Amendment

Yes or No

Limitations on Homestead Property Tax Assessments; increased portability period

No. 6 Constitutional Amendment

Ad Valorem Tax Discount for Spouses of Certain Deceased Veterans

Who Had Permanent, Combat-Related Disabilities