One sitting selectman has been re-elected, another has been defeated in Plymouth’s annual election.
Incumbent Selectman John Mahoney and newcomer Sean Page were the winners in Saturday’s race for two seats on the Plymouth Board of Selectmen.
Page defeated Belinda Brewster in her quest for a second three-year term.
Mahoney received 2,680 votes. Page had 2,250. Brewster came in third with 2,084 votes.
There were no other contested races for townwide office in Plymouth.
The ballot also had a non-binding question asking whether voters wanted to encourage local government officials to do what they could to transfer the spent fuel stored in a pool in the reactor building at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant into dry cask storage as soon as possible.
That was overwhelmingly supported by voters 3,082 in favor and only 690 against.
Less than 11 percent of Plymouth voters turned out at the polls.