Nearly 18 percent of registered Republicans in town turned out for Tuesday's presidential primary, overwhelmingly casting their votes for Mitt Romney.
Romney ran away with the Windsor's primary, collecting 61 percent of the 501 votes cast.
Ron Paul supporters allowed the Texas Congressman to finish second in town, being selected on just over 13 percent of ballots.
The largest turnout was seen at Poquonock School, district 6, with 121 votes being cast. The district has the second-highest number of registered republicans: 623.
The lowest turnout was seen in district 1 (L.P. Wilson Community Center), with just 15 votes being cast.
With just 112 registered republicans in the district, district 1 had the lowest number of voters eligible in Tuesday's primary.
In Windsor, Newt Gingrich finished the race in third with 12.7 percent of votes.
Rick Santorum received 10.5 percent of votes, and just under two percent (nine voters) said they are uncommitted.