While the school vote dominated the annual town election Tuesday, Tisbury voters also elected in a new selectman and decided a contested race for the finance and advisory committee.

James Rogers was elected to his first term on the board of selectmen with 816 votes. He will fill the seat vacated by selectman Larry Gomez, who did not run for re-election.

In the sole contested race on the ballot, four people were running for three three-year terms on the finance and advisory committee. Nancy Gilfoy (679 votes) and Thomas Lawrence Keller (502 votes) were re-elected, while incumbent Paul Cefola was defeated by challenger Laura A. Rose. Ms. Rose received 522 votes; Mr. Cefola received 459.

Malcolm Rich Boyd was the top vote getter of the day as he was re-elected to the board of health with 887 votes.

Also elected without contest in Tisbury were Mark J. Campos, constable (three years), 873 votes; Kenneth A. Barwick, constable (two years), 886 votes; Cynthia H. Richard, assessor, 855 votes, Amy B. Houghton, school committee, 842 votes; Roland M. Miller, water commissioner, 815 votes; Benjamin F. Robinson, planning board (five years), 786 votes; Elaine T. Miller, planning board (three years), 816 votes; George J. Balco, library trustee, 786 votes, Pamela S. Street, library trustee, 829 votes, and Sarah L. York, finance committee (one year), 801 votes.

Nora Nevin received 20 write-in votes to remain a library trustee.