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Posted on: April 17, 2020

Official Results from Windsor’s 2020 Municipal Election Released

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Windsor’s municipal election was held on April 7. It has been determined that Paul Rennemeyer, having received the highest number of votes tallied at 3,266, has officially been elected to the position of Mayor. Additional election results showed mayoral candidate David Sislowski earned 2,619 votes and candidate Hunter Rivera earned 697 votes.

It was also determined during the 2020 Town of Windsor Municipal Election that:

  • Scott Charpentier, having received 794 votes and running unopposed, filled the position of Town Board Member for District 1.
  • Ken Bennett, having received 754 votes and running unopposed, filled the position of Town Board Member for District 3.
  • Victor Tallon, having received 633 votes and running unopposed, filled the position of Town Board Member for District 5.

The Town Clerk was required to accept ballots from Uniformed and Overseas Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) voters up to eight days after the election, so election results could not be certified prior to Thursday, April 16.

For more information about the Town of Windsor, visit windsorgov.com.

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