Hillsborough elected three familiar faces Tuesday, as incumbents Tom Stevens, Kathleen Ferguson and Jennifer Weaver all won their respective races.
Stevens was elected for his seventh term as mayor of Hillsborough, and commissioners Ferguson and Weaver won re-election in unopposed races.
Stevens secured 90.6 percent of the vote in the mayoral race, according to unofficial results from Orange County precincts. Ferguson and Weaver, both first elected as town commissioners in 2013, won their second terms on the board.
When Stevens learned of the percentage of the vote he received on Tuesday, he said he felt reassured of the town's direction.
“It was very affirming that we got 90 percent of the vote," Stevens said. "It feels like that was a statement that Hillsborough is on the right track."