Mayor Joseph Sullivan won in a landslide vote Tuesday against challenger Paul Walsh, winning 85 percent of the vote.
Sullivan called the result a vote of confidence in the city's direction. Despite the hard campaigning that took place, Sullivan said he's ready for more.
"I'm energized," he said. "It allows us to continue to focus on reorganizing our roads, school buildings, and operationally to improve."
According to Town Clerk Joe Powers, the biggest shock of the day was the voter turnout. With 31 percent of the town coming to cast their ballot, it was nice to see the town so involved, he said.
In the elections for Town Council, all incumbents won in their districts and at-large seats.
But the races for School Committee were more closer. Kelly Ann Foley (4,339), Lisa Heger (3,523), and Thomas Devin (3,407) won seats, beating incumbent Joseph Zarella (3,311) and Shaza Alzaim (1,649).
Lbrary trustee positions were won by Ann Toland, Sonya Sunny Shaw, Harold Randolph, Patricia Pilgrim, and C.K. VanDerslice.
Members that ran for electric light board, housing authority two- and 4-year terms ran unopposed and were elected without difficulty.