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Early Voting Information
Primary Election 2018: August 17-26, 2018
Hours: 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Early Vote at these locations:
Supervisor of Elections Office
2509 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway
Kissimmee, Florida 34744

West Osceola Branch Library (Celebration)
305 Campus Street
Celebration, FL 34747

Robert Guevara Center
501 Florida Parkway
Kissimmee, FL 34743

St. Cloud Civic Center
3001 17th Street
St. Cloud, FL 34769

Kissimmee Civic Center
201 E. Dakin Avenue
Kissimmee, FL 34741

The Gym & Aquatic Center
625 Country Club Drive
Poinciana, FL 34759

What is Early Voting?
As a convenience to the voter, the Supervisor of Elections will provide early voting at designated early voting sites found around the county. These sites may be open up to two weeks prior to Election Day.The voter will use the same type of voting equipment that is used at the polls on Election Day.

How to Vote Early
The Supervisor of Elections has designated sites for this year's Primary Election. Early voting will be offered in the main office of the Supervisor of Elections, as well as five other locations around the county. (See locations above.) To vote early, eligible voters must present a current and valid signature and photo identification at any designated early voting site. Voters may visit any early voting site to cast a ballot.
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If you need assistance, please call the Voter Assistance Hotline:

Phone Number: 1-866-308-6739
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Eastern Time)
If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact the Division using the Florida Relay Service, 1.800.955.8771 (TDD) or 1.800.955-8770 (Voice). For more information visit the Florida Relay Service.
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Danny Villazon is an experienced attorney, ready to serve the people of Osceola County as County Judge. He grew up in Miami, Florida where his parents Horacio Antonio Villazon and Mercedes Maldonado had come seeking opportunity and a better life. Danny is proud of his Hispanic heritage, his father having come from Havana, Cuba and his Mother from Utuado, Puerto Rico.
Danny Villazon met his wife, Grace Marie Velazquez of San Juan, Puerto Rico in Miami. They have been married for twenty-eight (28) years and have two children, Alex Villazon and Robert “Robby” Villazon.

Mr. Villazon began his career in the legal field as a County Court Bailiff. Upon graduation from Florida International University, Mr. Villazon obtained a position as a State of Florida Probation Officer. Inspired by the judges he worked for, Danny decided to further his education and attend Law School at Florida State University’s College of Law. Upon graduation from Law School, he joined the Office of the Public Defender for Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit.

As an Assistant Public Defender, Mr. Villazon handled felony, misdemeanor and juvenile cases. This experience, early in his career, allowed him to gain considerable trial experience. He also had the honor to be selected by the Public Defender to attend the National Criminal Defense College, Summer Trial Practice Institute.

Mr. Villazon and his wife, moved to Central Florida when he became a Senior Attorney with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Real Estate. In that capacity, he represented the State of Florida in numerous hearings before Administrative Law Judges and before the Appellate Courts of the State. Mr. Villazon was promoted to Chief Attorney supervising several other attorneys and maintaining an active case load.

In 2001, Mr. Villazon joined Robert Wesley the Public Defender, for Florida’s 9th Judicial Circuit, as the Osceola County Bureau Chief. As Bureau Chief, Mr. Villazon not only maintained an active caseload, but also supervised several assistant public defenders. In addition, Mr. Villazon attended many community functions on behalf of the Public Defender’s Office, worked in Osceola County’s Drug Court and served on the Center for Drug Free Living’s Board of Directors.

Mr. Villazon resigned from the Public Defender’s office in order to pursue his goal of starting a private law practice in Osceola County, Florida. While in private practice Mr. Villazon was retained to represent the Florida Real Estate Commission (“FREC”) as its legal advisor. In addition to representing FREC, Mr. Villazon represented numerous children and their families in the community in dependency proceedings.

Today Mr. Villazon has an active statewide practice representing real estate professionals throughout the state. He is a frequent lecturer at local Board of Realtor Offices and speaks on real estate license law, contracts and ethics. Mr. Villazon is currently the attorney for the Osceola County Board of Realtors and serves on the Florida Realtors Local Board Attorney Committee where he served as Chairman.

Danny Villazon is running for Osceola County Judge in order to serve his community. For twenty-six years he has appeared before judges throughout the state of Florida. Over the years he has gained invaluable insight into the role a judge serves in our legal system and how a judge’s decisions affect the community. Mr. Villazon is committed to treating everyone in his courtroom equally and with respect. He pledges to maintain the core values of professionalism, integrity and fairness in his courtroom at all times.