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The town of Windsor has set its municipal election for April 7.
Mayor Kristie Melendez’s term expires with this year’s election. In addition to mayor, three town board seats are also up for election in 2020.
Terms for Myles Baker’s District 1 seat, Ken Bennett’s District 3 seat and Tom Jones’ District 5 seat expire this year.
To run for any of the available offices, candidates must:
- be a registered voter
- be a United States citizen
- be at least 18 years of age on Election Day
- be a Windsor resident who has lived in Windsor and their district for at least 12 months prior to the election
- have no prior felony convictions
Town employees are not eligible to run.
Candidate packets will be available on the town of Windsor website at windsorgov.com or at Windsor Town Hall, 301 Walnut St.
Nomination petitions are required for candidates seeking municipal office and will be available at the town clerk’s office beginning Jan. 7. Nomination petitions must be returned to the town clerk by 5 p.m. Jan 27 to be considered.
Ballots will be mailed to voters March 16.
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