New Haven voters elected new aldermen in both of its wards Tuesday, April 3.

In Ward 1, Tim Otten was victorious over Keith Strobel by a 60 to 38 percent margin.

Of the total 152 votes cast, Otten received 92 and Strobel 58. There also were two write-in votes.

The seat had formerly been held by Harold Ray for many years. He did not seek re-election.

In Ward 2, challenger Scott Steelman defeated incumbent Stephen Miller by a 61 to 37 percent margin.

Of the 183 total votes cast in Ward 2, Steelman collected 112 to Miller’s 69. There were also two write-in votes.

Miller ran unopposed for the seat in 2016 and 2014.

Both Steelman and Otten will serve two-year terms and join Jason Addison and Mark Wehner on the board.

According to the Franklin County clerk’s office, there are 1,259 active registered voters in New Haven; 583 in Ward 1 and 676 in Ward 2.