With little incentive for voters to come out, the turnout for Tuesday’s election — when only uncontested municipal seats were on the ballot — was 11.5%. A total of 1,320 voters cast ballots, according to the registrars of voters, who released the results shortly before 10 p.m.

Votes were cast as follows:

Board of Selectmen

Jim Saxe (R) — 938

Richard Dubow (D) — 816

Board of Finance

Warren L. Serenbetz (R) — 916

Jeffrey Rutishauser (R) — 919

Richard Creeth (D) — 816

Board of Education

Bruce Likly (R) — 796

Glenn Hemmerlee (R) — 723

Chris Stroup (I) — 676

Board of Assessment Appeals

Frank Oliveri (R) — 960

Planning & Zoning Commission

Four-year terms:

Peter Shiue (R) — 884

Joe Fiteni (R) — 887

Sally Poundstone (R) — 920

Franklin Wong (D) — 787

Doris Knapp (D) — 808

Two-year terms:

Marilyn Gould (R) — 880

Bas Nabulsi (D) — 794

Zoning Board of Appeals

Four-year terms:

Tim Meyer (R) — 914

Brian Lilly (D) — 782

Two-year term:

Al Nickel (R) — 957

Alternates:

L. Michael Rudolph (R) — 894

Andrew McNee (D) — 772

Constables

Richard Ziegler (R) — 741

Christopher Gardner (R) — 753

Christopher Dubrowski (R) — 767

Deborah McFadden (D) — 604

Bo Mitchell (D) — 508

A more detailed story will appear in Thursday’s Bulletin.