- Election Information
The Town of Hudson conducts Regular Municipal Elections on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November of even numbered years. The next Regular Municipal Election is scheduled for November 2022.
The Town Council may also schedule Special Elections in accordance with the Hudson Home Rule Charter and the Colorado Election Laws.
All Town of Hudson municipal elections are non-partisan, that is, people are elected to office without consideration of political affiliation.
The Mayor and each Council Member shall take office at the first regular meeting of the Council held in January of the year following their election so long as the election has been finally certified and shall continue in office until their successors have been elected and take office or a vacancy occurs.
In accepting a nomination, a candidate shall by affidavit, filed with the Town Clerk, attest to the fact that he or she has not become a candidate as the nominee or representative of or because of any promised support from any political party, committee, convention, or organization
representing or acting for any political party.
The next Regular Municipal Election will be held November 8, 2022. Offices on the ballot for Hudson voters will be:
- Mayor (4-year term)
- Councilmember (Three positions 4-year term)
- Councilmember (Two positions 2-year term)
Official election results are available on the Weld County website https://apps.weld.gov/clerkrecorder/elections/results/
Joe Hammock Daniel Warren
Candace Nolf Zachary Reyes Lisa Marie Buesgens Sarah Jeanne Stadler Mathew P. Cole
SHALL TOWN OF HUDSON TAXES BE INCREASED BY $200,000.00 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FISCAL YEAR (2023), AND BY WHATEVER ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER THROUGH THE ADOPTION OF A LODGING TAX AT THE RATE OF THREE PERCENT (3%) ON THE PRICE PAID FOR THE LEASING OR RENTAL OF ANY OCCUPIED HOTEL ROOM, MOTEL ROOM, LODGING HOUSE, BED AND BREAKFAST, OR OTHER ACCOMMODATION, EXCLUDING CAMPGROUNDS WHERE A ROOM IS NOT PROVIDED, AND SHALL ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH LODGING TAX BE USED FOR GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL PURPOSES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, STREETS, PARK AND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES, CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT PURPOSES, AND SHALL THE TOWN BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND SPEND SUCH TAX REVENUES, INCLUDING FOR EACH YEAR, ANY INVESTMENT EARNINGS AND INTEREST ON SUCH REVENUES, AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20, OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?