General Municipal Election
The Town Clerk's Office is responsible for conducting municipal elections within the Town of Windsor. The following information has been prepared to help guide voters of the Town of Windsor, potential candidates for office, and individuals and organizations participating in Town elections.
To be eligible for these offices, an individual must be at least eighteen years of age, a citizen of the United States and a resident of the State of California, must be a registered voter and a resident within the Town limits of the Town of Windsor.
Candidate Campaign Statements (460)
View information regarding disclosure filings, finance reports and more.
24-hour Contribution Report (497)
Local committees must file Form 497 in the following situations:
- File if contribution of $250 or more in the aggregate is received from a single source.
- File if contribution of $250 or more is made in the aggregate to another candidate or measure being voted upon November 3, 2020, or to a political party committee.
- The Form 497 report is due within 24 hours of receiving or making contributions of $250 or more.
- The Form 497 must be filed by fax, guaranteed overnight delivery service, or personal delivery.
The Town of Windsor began the transition from at-large to district-based elections starting with the November 2020 election. At the Town Council meeting on April 3, 2019, the Town Council adopted Ordinance No. 2019-332, amending Title 1, Chapter 2 of the Town Code to establish a District-based election system for four districts and an at-large elected Mayor. At the September 4, 2019 Town Council meeting, the Town Council adopted Ordinance No. 2019-336, Amending Windsor Municipal Code Figure 1-2-200(A) of Title 1, Chapter 2, Article 2 "District Elections," to incorporate newly annexed territory into Windsor Town Council District 2. View FAQs here.