NORWAY — Political newcomer Danielle Wadsworth, daughter of former Selectman Warren Sessions, received the most votes Tuesday to beat two incumbents and win a seat on the Select Board.

Wadsworth received 335 votes to win one of two seats up for grabs, outdistancing Selectmen Ryan Lorrain, second with 297 votes, and Thomas Curtis with 259 votes. Wadsworth and Lorrain will each serve three-year terms.

Wadsworth has volunteered on various projects in town, including organizing a team of volunteers this year to help fix the home of Richard and Kathleen Judkins, which had fallen into disrepair and had a broken furnace. She also sells Scentsy products.

Lorrain, who works as a senior aide in the Maine House of Representatives, was seeking his second term. He previously served as a Paris selectman, including one year as chairman before moving to Norway.

Curtis, a longtime town official, was first elected to the Select Board in 2016. He previously served on the Budget Committee and as a library trustee. During his tenure on the board, he has served as chairman.

Fayre Stephenson was reelected to another three-year term as trustee for the Norway Memorial Library, receiving 541 votes. The other seat was captured by write-in Brendan Schauffler with 42 votes.

Kelly Jacobson defeated Amelia Lacasse, 346-160, for a three-year seat on the Maine School Administration District 17 board of directors. The open seat was formerly held by Christopher Miller, who did not seek reelection.

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