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Final unofficial vote totals are in, and Jason Gray is Castle Rock’s Mayor-elect.
More than 27,000 residents cast votes in that race – the community’s first Mayoral election in about 30 years.
The final unofficial results are:
Jason E. Gray: 11,061
Randy A. Reed: 11,004
Charles Fletcher III: 5,003
The results are outside the margin for an automatic recount, Douglas County announced Thursday.
In addition to the office of Mayor, two Town Council seats were up for election this year. The final unofficial vote totals in those races are:
District 3 District 5
Kathy Redmond: 1,619 Max Brooks: 1,216
Kevin Bracken: 1,931 Caryn Johnson: 1,791
Tanya R. Relyea: 743 Wayne Harlos: 959
Election results will be certified Nov. 26, at which point they become official.
Biographical information about Mayor Gray and Councilmembers Bracken and Johnson will be posted to CRgov.com/Council following their swearing-in on Dec. 4. Also on Dec. 4, Council will select a Mayor Pro Tem, who acts as the Mayor in the Mayor’s absence. Like all Council meetings, that meeting is open to the public and begins at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers at Town Hall, 100 N. Wilcox St.
As in earlier election results, the final unofficial results show that the seven Town Charter amendments Town Council had placed on the ballot – generally related to electing Castle Rock’s Mayor at-large – all passed at anywhere from 69 percent to 88 percent approval. View those questions and the final unofficial vote totals for them at CRgov.com/NovemberElection.
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