Results were posted just before 9 p.m. on the Town of Sudbury website, and according to the unofficial count, current Board of Selectmen chairman John C. Drobinski lost his re-election bid by a 89 votes.
Challenger Patricia A. Brown earned 1,561 votes to top the ticket and earn a three-year term on the Board of Selectmen. Drobinski finished just behind Brown with 1,472 votes.
In another closely contested race, Christine A. Hogan topped the ticket with 1,576 votes to earn a three-year term for Sudbury School Committee. Incumbent Ellen Winer Joachin earned the second spot with 1,421 votes.
Lisa V. Kouchakdjian fell just short in third with 1,290 votes while incumbent Richad J. Robison was fourth with 1,180 votes.
In the final contested race, incumbents Elena M. Kleifges and Patricia M. Mostue were re-elected to the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional District School Committee, topping Sofya L. Gruman-Reznik.
The lone ballot question related to the proposed Sudbury Police Station passed. Check back momentarily for details on that vote.
Also elected into office on Monday night were the following residents who ran uncontested:
- Park and Recreation Commissioner (Three years, vote for one): Michael T. Ensley.
- Board of Assessors (Three years, vote for one): Liam J. Vesely.
- Goodnow Library Trustee (Three years, vote for two): Robert William Iuliano (incumbent), and Barbary F. Pryor (incumbent).
- Goodnow Library Trustee (One year, vote for one): Nancy Jane Hershfield.
- Board of Health (Three years, vote for one): Susan R. Sama.
- Sudbury Housing Authority (Five years, vote for one): Sherril P. Cline (incumbent).
- Planning Board (Three years, vote for one): Martin Joseph Long.