FREEPORT, Maine — Freeport voters saw only one contested race at Tuesday’s polls, with three candidates, including an incumbent, vying for two seats representing Freeport on the Regional School Unit 5 board of directors.

Beth Parker, vice chairwoman of the RSU 5 board of directors, did not seek re-election as a Freeport representative.

Lindsay Sterling did retain her seat on the board, with 1,635 votes, and voters chose Madelyn Vertenten (1,340) over Tiffany Jones (1,108), according to unofficial results.

All candidates for three town council races were unopposed.

Sarah Tracy, theDistrict 2 Councilor, and current chairwoman, kept her seat for another three years, taking 579 votes.

Eric Horne was elected as at-large councilor for a three-year term with 2,234 votes, and Douglas Reighley was elected to the District 3 seat held by Peter Anzuini with 619 votes.

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