FARMINGTON — Voters Monday, March 27, went to the polls to decide two positions on the Select Board and two on the Regional School Unit 9 board of directors.

In Farmington, the candidates receiving the most votes fill available terms.

During elections Monday, March 27, in Farmington Josie Wilford is seen removing the backing from an “I voted today” sticker while her three-year old daughter Georgie Wilford responds to a question from ballot clerk Ann Arbor. Georgie thought her mom said we are going boating and was disappointed she would not be going fishing. Pam Harnden/Livermore Falls Advertiser

Incumbent Stephan Bunker, along with newcomers Amy DePauw and Dennis O’Neil were seeking the two three-year terms up for election on the Select Board. Bunker received 356 votes and O’Neil 348 to fill the openings. DePauw received 262 votes. Selectman Scott Landry did not seek re-election. There were also 278 blanks on the 625 ballots cast.

Some voters may not have known the candidates, chose not to vote, Deputy Town Clerk Twila Lycette said later that evening.

Incumbent Scott Erb received 346 votes to retain his three-year seat on the RSU 9 board of directors. T. “Will” Jones received 335 votes to fill the seat that had been held by J. Wayne Kinney who did not seek re-election.

Joe Clark received 222 votes while Sarah Stebbins received 229. There were 116 blanks out of 625 ballots cast.

Farmington has 6,868 registered voters, Lycette reported.

Comments are not available on this story.