LITTLETON -- Political newcomer Melissa Hebert glided to victory in her bid for a seat on the Board of Selectmen as a top-vote getter in Saturday's town election.

"I feel amazing. I feel grateful and excited. And I can't wait to get started," Hebert, a 34-year-old high-tech worker from Grove Road, said as the results came in.

Herbert garnered 1,164 votes.

Incumbent Selectman James Karr of Elizabeth Street followed Hebert with 1,016 votes, securing his seat on the board. Christopher Simone, a first-time candidate from Whitcomb Avenue, came in a distant third with 691 votes.

The two School Committee seats went to incumbents Alex Pratt of Birch Road and Daryl Baker of Edsel Road, who received 1,055 votes and 968 votes respectively, while their challenger, Robert Malnati of King Street, received 701 votes. Incumbent Planning Board member Peter Scott of Scott Road won his re-election bid with 825 votes while former board member Janet Lavigne took 706 votes.

Incumbent Board of Health member Gino Frattallone of Harwood Avenue led the three-way race for two open seats with 915 votes, followed by political newcomer Bradley Mitchell, also of Harwood Avenue, who garnered 876 votes. Cecile Menard of New estate Road received 798 votes.

The two seats on the Board of Library Trustees went to Peter Church of Elmwood Road and Lynn Protasowicki of Crestview Road, with 832 and 791 votes respectively. Third candidate, Tryphena Reidy of Beaver Brook Road, received 637 votes.