Allison Jenkins and Scott Maddern have topped the ticket for two open seats on the Hamilton Board of Selectmen in Thursday’s annual town election, according to the unofficial results from Hamilton Town Clerk Andrea Carlson.
Jenkins received 498 votes across the town’s three precincts and incumbent Maddern received 479 votes. Rosemary Kennedy, who didn’t win a seat on the board, received 435 votes.
Turnout was 14 percent, with 814 of the town’s 5,653 registered voters going to the polls at Winthrop Elementary School.
The race for the School Committee was the only other contested race on the ballot, but those vote totals are compiled along with the Wenham numbers.