A special election was called by the Windsor Town Board for Tuesday, Jan. 24, sending two issues to voters.
The first question, 2A, considered an amendment to the Home Rule Charter to conform to the Colorado Constitution. The preliminary results for 2A were as follows:
The second question, 200, was a proposed change to consider a permanent parking zone in the downtown district. The preliminary results for 200 were as follows:
The Town Clerk is required to accept ballots from Uniformed and Overseas Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) until Wednesday, Feb. 1.
There about 800 ballots that need to be cured. Windsor Town Hall has extended hours Monday, Jan. 30 through Wednesday, Feb. 1, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., for residents who need to cure their ballot. Curing a ballot means that a voter has to fix an error related to the ballot security measure that verifies a voter's identity. Those who needed to cure their ballot were notified by mail. Those who want to check if their ballot needs to be cured can call Town Clerk Karen Frawley at 970-674-2404.
Official election results will be certified on Friday, Feb. 3, 2023.