Mercer elected three unconctested selectmen and Strong elected two who ran unopposed in Friday night town election action.

All of Mercer’s races Friday night were uncontested.

First Selectman Vernon Worthen was elected to a one-year term, with 51 votes; Second Selectman Christopher Tibbetts was elected to a one-year term with 48 votes and Third Selectman Robert Gardner was elected to a one-year term with 50 votes.

Marlene Redlevske was elected to five years as a Shaw Library trustee with 51 votes. Norman Redlevske was elected to a three-year term as a School Administrative District 54 director, with 48 votes.

Yolanda Violette was elected to one year as town clerk, with 51 votes and one year as tax collector, with 52 votes.

Terry Warren, with 15 votes, and Chris Dutill, with 18 votes were elected to two three-year terms on the Planning Board.

In Strong,all elections were also uncontested.

Rodney Cook, with 71 votes, and Richard Worthley, with 75 votes, were both elected to three-year terms on the Board of Selectmen. Barbara Worthley, 76 votes, was elected to a three-year term on the Planning Board.

Lois Barker, 64 votes, Terry Kennistson, 63 votes, Eloise Stevens, 67 voters, were all elected to the Budget Committee. There were 100 write-ins, none with more than two votes.

A total of 78 votes were cast. The town meeting resumes Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at the Foster Building on Main Street.

Results from St. Albans and Cornville elections were unavailable Friday night.

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