The preliminary results are in for the 2020 Municipal Elections, and the Town of Windsor has elected a new mayor. 

On April 9, it was announced via press release that Paul Rennemeyer was elected to serve Windsor as mayor, receiving 3,259 votes.

'Thank you Windsor!' Rennemeyer said in an email statement to Townsquare Media Northern Colorado. 'I appreciate your vote of confidence to serve this great community. It is a real humble honor to have been given this opportunity and with all the challenges Windsor will face over the next four years I stand ready to face those issues head on with the dignity and respect that each deserve. I am truly grateful and hope to make the residents of Windsor proud.'


On Rennemeyer's Facebook, he says that 'Windsor deserves strong leadership, leadership that can responsibly manage growth with a willingness to listen to the people and speak on their behalf.'
Rennemeyer has served the Windsor community for over a decade through the Chamber of Commerce and more, establishing strong ties with the local school districts, Windsor-Severance Fire Rescue, Police Department and Public Works.  

You can read more on the election results here.

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