CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (CBS4)– It’s proof that every vote counts. The race for Castle Rock’s mayor was decided in a recount after the initial tally only separated the candidates by two votes.
After Election Day, Randy Reed had a two vote lead over Jason Gray in the Castle Rock race for mayor. That triggered a recount election.
After military ballots were counted, Gray won by 57 votes. Because of the margin of error, there will not be a recount.
This is the first election for mayor of Castle Rock in 30 years.