Marjorie Sloan will remain as Golden’s mayor for another term.
She was honored the voters chose to return her to office, she said.
“It demonstrates that Golden residents feel the city is on the right path, and will continue to move forward,” Sloan said. “I will work hard to live up to their support.”
Sloan led the race with a near 75 percent of the vote against Chris Darr and Caleb Barcus by 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3, and by 9 a.m. Nov. 4, the numbers did not fluctuate much.
The races for Golden’s Districts 1 and 2 were not as one-sided.
District 1 incumbent Saoirse Charis-Graves was up by 53.91 percent, with 1,357 of 2,517 votes, against Paul Haseman at 9 a.m. Nov. 4.
District 2 Councilwoman Marcie Miller’s term had ended, and three candidates were vying for the seat. It was candidate Casey Brown who won against Lauree Valverde and Mikey Sheridan.
Out of 2,860 votes, Brown won 51.82 percent of the votes, against Valverde’s 32.06 percent and Sheridan’s 16.12 percent, as of 9 a.m. Wednesday.