The numbers are in, and Stoughton voters have had their say on who will take the two open seats on the Stoughton Board of Selectmen and the Stoughton School Committee, the two contested races in this year's town election.
A total of 16 percent of the town's registered voters took to the polls Tuesday, a 1-percent higher turnout than anticipated by Stoughton Town Clerk Amy Summers.
For the Stoughton Board of Selectmen's race, David Sousa and Joe Mokrisky won over incumbent and current chairman John M. Anzivino. Sousa pulled in 1,871 votes, while Morkrisky received 1,593 votes. Anzivino, by comparison, received 961 votes.
For the Stoughton School Committee, Joaquin Soares, Jr. and Mari-Kate Pina-Enokian won over incumbents Deborah Sovinee and George Dolinksy.
Soares received 1,418 votes and Pina-Enokian received 1,382 votes. Sovinee, meanwhile, received 942 votes, while Dolinksy received 900 votes. Third challenger Randy Yanoff received 338 votes.
To see the full numbers view the attached spreadsheet. Data is provided courtesy of the Stoughton Town Clerk's office; winners are highlighted in pale yellow.