Voters in Rockland and a part of Owls Head on Tuesday elected another Democrat to serve their district in the Maine House of Representatives.

Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap said that Anne “Pinny” Beebe-Center of Rockland won a special election for House District 93 that had four candidates, including Republican James M. Kalloch.

Beebe-Center received 915 votes to Kalloch’s 770 votes. Green Independent Ronald Calvin Huber got 34 votes, and Libertarian candidate Shawn S. Levasseur had 11 votes.

The special election was held after incumbent Democrat Elizabeth E. Dickerson of Rockland, who was re-elected in November, submitted her resignation on Jan. 20.

Beebe-Center ran as a clean elections candidate. She is a small-business owner who previously served as a Knox County commissioner. She has been an advocate for families and youth.

“Tonight’s victory is rejection of Gov. LePage’s budget proposal and the dire impact it will have on Maine families and their checkbooks,” Phi Bartlett, chairman of the Maine Democratic Party, said in a press release. “This election is a sign that Mainers want progressive voices that will fight for fair taxes in Augusta.”