Dover residents hit the polls Tuesday to vote in the latest municipal elections. In the First District City Council race, Tanner Polce took a tightly contested, three-way race by garnering 41 percent of the vote to his competitors 25 and 33 percent. The Second District saw William Hare Beat James Galvin by getting over two thirds of the votes. In the Third District, it was Fred Neil in a landslide, grabbing 83 percent of the votes. The Fourth District and At-Large seat were given to the only candidates who filed, so David Anderson and Timothy Slavin will fill those roles.