Bob O'Regan and Cynthia Walsh won three-year seats on the Stoughton Board of Selectmen, Tuesday night holding off Joe Mokrisky and John Anderson.
April 10 marked the annual Town Election in Stoughton.
O'Regan, an attorney, topped the ticket with 1,359 votes. Walsh, an incumbent seeking reelection, finished in second with 1,327 votes.
Mokrisky came in third with 1,008 votes. Anderson, the other incumbent, finished with 939 votes.
Dr. Erdem Ural won a three-year seat on the School Committee, finishing ahead of longtime member Allan Mills. Ural received 1,253 votes, while Mills finished with 1,132 votes.
Ural previously served on the School Committee from 2008-2011. Mills had served on the School Committee for 21 years.
The other town-wide races were uncontested.
Howard Hansen (incumbent) won a one-year term as Moderator; Kevin Wilder (incumbent) won a five-year seat on the Housing Authority; and Carlos Vargas won a five-year seat on the Redevelopment Authority.
A total of 2,656 Stoughton residents cast a ballot on Tuesday, which is about 15 percent of registered Stoughton voters.
Full election results are posted in the media gallery and are available by clicking on this link: