About 30 percent of registered voters in Carver cast their town election ballots on Saturday.
Incumbent selectmen Dick Ward easily won re-election over challenger Paul Johnson, 1,441 votes to 778.
Incumbent Treasurer-Collector Jack Franey got just 789 votes, which was barely half of Assistant Tax Collector Paula Nute’s 1,401 votes.
Carver residents also cast ballots in overwhelming support of a non-binding ballot question, reducing the Community Preservation Act surcharge from 3 percent to 1 percent.
2,240 votes were cast in the election.