Mark Roberts won election Tuesday to the Randolph Board of Selectmen.

Roberts got 149 votes, defeating Patricia Putnam and Douglas Clark. Putnam got 81 votes and Clark got 67, according to unofficial election results from the town.

Three candidates competed for the seat of longtime selectman Peter Hanley in Tuesday’s election. Hanley, 85, has been on the Board of Selectmen on and off since 1976, according to the town website.

The Budget Committee race, with five open seats, only had two candidates on the ballot. Both candidates — Peter Coughlin and Peter Oakes — were running for re-election. Coughlin got 247 votes and Oakes got 218.

No one ran for the Regional School Unit 11 School Board seat previously held by Tyler Trott.

Roberts, 44, is a mechanical engineer for the state Department of Defense, Veterans and Emergency Management and has been the chairman of the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Gardiner board of directors for the last seven years and a member of the Planning Board for three years.

He said in October his leadership and financial experience from his job and at the Boys & Girls Club will be a great asset to the town of Randolph.

He said a short-term goal of his is to review the town’s infrastructure plan to prioritize repair work for things such as roads and sidewalks and ensure the natural gas pipeline construction won’t be ripping up anything important.