Democrat Cheryl Golek will become the new state representative for Harpswell and east Brunswick after taking 57.44% of the vote in Maine House District 99.

Golek, of Harpswell Neck, defeated Republican Stephen “Bubba” Davis, of Cundy’s Harbor, 3,015-2,234, according to unofficial results. The district encompasses all of Harpswell and the eastern part of Brunswick.

In the race for the Maine Senate seat that represents Harpswell, incumbent state Sen. Matthea “Mattie” Daughtry, D-Brunswick, collected 69.67% of the vote to defeat challenger Brogan Teel, R-Brunswick. Maine Senate District 23 also includes Brunswick, Chebeague Island, Freeport, Pownal, and part of Yarmouth.

In the race for governor, Harpswell voters backed incumbent Gov. Janet Mills, a Democrat, over former Gov. Paul LePage, a Republican, 2,120-1,276. The Bangor Daily News called the race for Mills late Tuesday night.

For the 1st Congressional District, Harpswell preferred incumbent U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree, a Democrat, to challenger Edwin Thelander, a Republican, 2,074-1,297. The Bangor Daily News called the race for Pingree before 10 p.m. as she took a commanding lead en route to her eighth term in Congress.

Harpswell voters passed all three questions in a special town referendum. They agreed to transfer $25,000 from surplus to bolster the Harpswell Home Heating Assistance Program, 3,225-223; to transfer $27,000 from surplus to remove the damaged emergency communications tower at the Orr’s Island Fire Station, 2,696-715; and to accept a donation of quahog seed from Running Tide Technologies Inc., 3,195-229.