2020 Election

The Town of Windsor residents will have two opportunities to vote and cast ballots in 2020. The first is on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 for the Primary Elections: Presidential, Congressional District 2 and 5, Member of the State District, County Council, State Proposition 13, and County Ballot Measures: G (Fire) and I (SMART). The second is also known as the General Municipal Election and will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, to elect the Town’s at-large Mayor and District 3 Councilmember, and the various federal, state, judicial, and county offices seats.

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Voter Information 

Register to Vote

My Voter Status        

Facts for New Citizens

Same Day Voter Registration

"Time off to Vote" Notices

Early Voting & Mail Vote Locations

Provisional Voting

Military & Overseas Voters

Where & How to Vote

Voter Bill of Rights

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of elections are there? 

  • Primary
  • General
  • Local    


If you have any questions about voter registration or casting your ballot, please contact the Secretary of State’s office by calling toll free 1-800-345-VOTE (8683). Visit vote.ca.gov for helpful election resources and tools.

What’s On My Ballot?

Find My District    

The At-large Mayor and District 3 Councilmember seats are up for election. All Windsor residents may vote for the At-large Mayor while only residents who live in District 3 may vote for a District 3 Councilmember. (Learn more about District Election.)

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District Election Information

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If you have any questions about the Town of Windsor District Election, please contact the Town of Windsor’s City Clerk’s Office by calling 707-838-1000 or emailing districtelections@townofwindsor.com.