Yarmouth voters overwhelmingly approved a $22 million school budget Tuesday, by a vote of 324-147, with 5.5 percent of the town’s registered voters going to the polls.

The spending plan for the fiscal year starting July 1 represents an increase of $843,500, or 4 percent, over the current budget. No information about the tax impact was available.

Yarmouth voters also elected David Craig and James MacLeod to two seats on the Town Council, and Laura Coroi, Jeanne Rapone and Tim Wheaton to three seats on the School Committee. The races were uncontested.