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About Nicolette Springer

Nicolette is a criminologist, educator, and mother of two. She and her husband, Jon, have called District 4 home for over twelve years. Nicolette is dedicated to safety in our neighborhoods, championing smart growth, supporting small businesses, and increasing sustainability through the use of renewable energy in our community.

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Our Issues Are Many, Our Voice Should Be One

 

Nicolette is running for Orange County Commission to serve our community. District 4 is composed of diverse neighborhoods with varying needs. Our number one priority is to listen to residents' concerns and to be their voice. Nicolette will advocate for safer neighborhoods, smarter growth, small businesses, and environmental sustainability.

 

Safety

Today and tomorrow

As a criminologist, Nicolette understands the data-driven solutions needed to increase the safety of residents of all ages and abilities. She has experience working with law enforcement and advocates for community focused policing. 

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Smart Growth

becoming An Orlando ICON

The growth in District 4 can be seen on almost every corner. Our District is feeling the growing pains as we sit in traffic and drive on roads in need of improvements. We need to focus on enhancing public transportation that will decrease commute time, reduce road erosion, and is environmentally sound. 

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Small Business

IT TAKES A VILLAGE

Nicolette grew up in a small business family and her husband is also a small business owner. She understands, firsthand, the challenges facing entrepreneurs in our community. 

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Sustainability

A PLAN FOR OUR CHILDREN

The City of Orlando has committed to a hundred percent renewable energy by 2050, Orange County as a whole needs to do the same. 

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A Diverse District, We Can All Call Home

District 4 is one of the geographically largest and diverse regions in Orange County. The landscape in the District ranges from serene rural communities to historic neighborhoods to robust planned development with a live here, work here, play here mindset. The District boundaries stretch from John Young Parkway on the west to the Brevard County line on the east. The northern border extents to State Road 50 and ends at the Osceloa county line. The current population is over 200,000 residents and it is growing everyday. According to the Orange County property appraiser, District 4 includes the fastest growing areas in Orange County.    

 
 

Voting and Elections Information

VOTE FOR NICOLETTE ON THESE 2018 ELECTION DAYS

Primary Election- August 28, 2018
General Election- November 6, 2018
Download and sign our Ballot Petition here.

Download a printable Map of District 4 here.
Sign up to Vote By Mail here.

 

I want to hear from you.

Just like you, my family and I live here and we want the very best community. We want to thrive in collective efforts, open dialog and progressive production.

Please contact me using the following form, I look forward to hearing and engaging with you.

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