Turnout was light at the Aquinnah polls on Wednesday for the annual town election.

Of the 369 registered voters, a total of 65 voters, or 17 per cent, participated.

The ballot featured a Proposition 2 ½ override request, but no contested races. 

Voters approved the Proposition 2 ½ override to pay for the town's share of the Up-Island Regional School Districtby a measure of 39 to 26. The town's assessment is up 35 per cent over last year due to increased enrollment.

Selectman Spencer Booker was re-elected to a three-year term on the board with 58 votes.

Also elected without contest: Heidi Vanderhoop, library trustee, 58; Ted Cammann, board of assessors, 47; JoAnn Eccher, planning board, 52; Carlos Montoya, planning board, 45; Betty Joslow, constable, 62 (highest vote getter); Michael Hebert, moderator, 59.

Juli Vanderhoop received the most write-in votes for a position on the board of health with 13 votes.