Incumbents Karen D’Andrea and Richard Sullivan Jr. won re-election to the Scarborough Town Council Tuesday along with newcomer James Benedict.

Voters also elected Ronald Ahlquist to fill the seat vacated by Michael Wood, who resigned in August for work reasons, two years before his term was due to expire.

Christine Massengill and Kelly Noonan Murphy ran unopposed for two three-year terms to the Board of Education.

In Town Council voting for three three-year positions, D’Andrea received 4,757 votes, Sullivan 4,472 votes and Benedict 3,774 votes. Paul Andriulli, the other candidate, fell 79 votes shy of Benedict with 3,695.

Scarborough voters also approved a $39 million bond to build a new Wentworth Intermediate School, by a margin of 4,792 to 2,784.