The last votes for Carrboro Board of Aldermen were cast on Tuesday. Incumbents Damon Seils and Sammy Slade were reelected, and first-time candidate Susan Romaine will join the Board.
Members of the Carrboro Board of Aldermen are elected to four-year terms.
Seils addressed supporters Tuesday night at an election party at SteelStreet in Carrboro.
“I feel really great about the results,” he said. “I’ve felt good about the campaign all along. I think it was a really well-executed campaign, and I’m really happy about how we engaged the people in the community. I’ve met so many new people, as well as old friends and old supporters. Being able to pull that all together into a really fun, lengthy campaign over many months was gratifying.”
Seils also serves as mayor pro tem in Carrboro. This was his first reelection bid for the Board of Aldermen.