LONDONDERRY -- Paul Gordon defeated Wayne Blanchard by a vote of 77 to 61 for a three-year seat on the town's Selectboard, and for Town Treasurer, Mike Bernhardt defeated Tina Labeau by a vote of 74 to 65.
Gordon replaces Kevin Beattie, who was recently appointed Londonderry's Town Administrator.
In addition, Jim Ameden, who ran uncontested for his two-year seat on the Selectboard, was re-elected.
Voters approved a town budget of $1,609,318 and voted to dissolve the Windmill Defense Fund ($77,525) and Prouty Land Fund ($18.041).
The money from the Windmill Defense Fund was moved into the town's general fund and the money from the Prouty Land Fund was moved into a newly created engineering fund that will evaluate renovations to the town offices.
They also approved $29,155 to help fund the activities of non-profit agencies and $2,000 for public access GNAT-TV. Another $40,000 was appropriated to help fund the Phoenix #6 and Champion #5 Fire Companies.
Voters approved a request by the Congregational Church to classify its parsonage as a tax-exempt property.
For other town offices, Lister Sandra Clark was re-elected and Mark Fontaine and Tina Labeau were appointed as auditors.
Roger Sheehan was named First Constable; Nick Doane as Second Constable; Joan Dayton as Delinquent Tax Collector; Peter Pagnucco as Town Grand Juror; and Wendell Coleman as Town Agent.
Melvin Twitchell was named as Cemetery