NORTHBOROUGH – Northborough voters headed to the polls for the annual election today.
There were two contested races on the ballot.
Incumbent Fred George was re-elected as town moderator, beating challenger Joanne Stocklin. According to the unofficial results, George received 754 votes while Stocklin received 449.
The other contested race was for two seats on the School Committee. Incumbent Joan Frank and Kristen Willems-Tietjen ultimately won election with 865 and 767 votes respectively. Gigi Lisa Howell, who was also on the ballot, received 436 votes.
There were also several uncontested races on the ballot. There will be new faces on the Select Board as Lisa Maselli and Laura Ziton were elected to the two open seats on the board.
Additionally, Millie Milton and Amy Poretsky will continue to serve another term on the Planning Board. Incumbents Chris Covino and Sean O’Shea will be heading back to the Regional School Committee as the Northborough candidates while incumbent Paul Desmond and John Wysocki will be joining as the Southborough candidates.