Eric is committed to:
Fundraiser at the Sanctuary with Karen Castelloes and Friends
We will be celebrating and supporting Eric Rollings for Orange County Commission in the beautiful Club Room (fifth floor) of downtown Orlando’s The Sanctuary.
HONORABLE ELECTED OFFICIALS
Congressman Darren Soto
State Senator Linda Stewart
State Representative Amy Mercado
State Representative Carlos Smith
Orlando Commissioner Patty Sheehan
Orange County School Board Vice Chair Linda Kobert
Soil & Water Vice Chair Nicole McLaren
Soil & Water Supervisor Michael Barber
Thank you to VIP Valet for providing complimentary valet service.
Hors-d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served.
Please make checks payable to:
* Eric Rollings for Orange County Commissioner *
Host: $1,000 • Co-Host: $500 • Ally: $250 • Guest: $100
Contributions are limited to $1,000 per person, organization or business. The limit doubles per couple.
A Trusted Leader in Orange County
An expert on urban infill and sustainable growth, Eric has the experience and expertise to lead on the Orange County Commission from day one. He is trusted to protect what Orange County residents value most.
- Preserve green spaces, including Constitution Green
- Create more affordable housing and reducing traffic
- Work with Lynx to improve public transportation
- Halt development east of the Econlockhatchee River
I’m running to serve you on the Orange County Commission.
I am a committed volunteer and public servant. As your elected Soil and Water District Chair, I have created positive change for Orange County at all levels of government.
Working hard for Orange County
I will fight for more affordable housing, and to improve public transportation for everyone. I will work to keep our neighborhoods safe, and will advocate for expanded language services in our schools, especially as we welcome new residents to our county.
Volunteer with our campaign!
Saving an Orlando Icon
Eric is a committed advocate for the preservation of green spaces in Orange County. Through a collaborative effort with other elected officials, community leaders, and concerned residents, the destruction of Orange County’s most beloved tree was halted.