WILTON — Joshua Cole and Ross Tartell have won seats on the Wilton Board of Selectmen following the Nov. 5 election.

Cole, 43, a Republican, got 2,336 votes, according to preliminary results from the registrars of voters.

Cole was appointed to the board in July 2018 to fill a vacancy due to the resignation of attorney Michael Kaelin.

The next highest vote-getter, was Democrat Ross Tartell with 2,160. In 2018, Tartell, 67, unsuccessfully ran against Republican Tom O’Dea for the 125th House district seat, which represents New Canaan and Wilton. Although he fell short with New Canaan voters, Tartell got more votes than O’Dea in Wilton.

Democrat Ceci Maher received 2,059 votes.

David Clune, an unaffiliated voter who ran as a petitioning candidate, got 1,631 votes.