Voters in Windham and Raymond easily passed a $37.2 million school budget for RSU 14 on Tuesday.

In Raymond, the budget passed by a 322 to 110 vote and in Windham, it was approved by 206 to 120, for a combined vote of 528 to 230.

Also in Raymond, incumbents Samuel Gifford and Lawrence Taylor won new three-year terms on the Board of Selectmen. Dana Dejardins was third in the race for two seats.

Tacy Hartley was uncontested in seeking a two-year term on the Budget/Finance Committee and incumbent Catriona Logan-Sangster was returned to the RSU 14 School Board, also unopposed.

Raymond voters also approved, 267-172, rezoning a small parcel of land on Farm Road. The new zone would permit a cell tower, but Planning Board approval will also be required before a tower can be built.