HAMPDEN, Maine — Both of the incumbent Hampden Town Council candidates who were targeted by negative campaign robocalls made by Mayor Carol Duprey lost their re-election bids in Tuesday’s local elections.

Councilor Ivan McPike lost his campaign for three more years as the District I representative on the Hampden Town Council to Stephen Wilde in a 411-319 vote, according to the town’s unofficial voting results released shortly before midnight on Tuesday.

Candidate Philip “Terry” McAvoy defeated Councilor Jean Lawlis in a 399-357 vote for the council’s District 2 seat.

The robocalls that blamed McPike and Lawlis for a 10-percent increase in the town’s property tax rate over the past two years resulted in a 6-1 no confidence in the mayor. Despite being asked to step down, Duprey stood firm and said she was not going anywhere as she had done nothing wrong.

In other council elections, Dennis Marble took the District 2 seat, with 398 votes to the 345 cast for his opponent, Mark Gray. Incumbent candidate David Ryder won re-election to the District IV seat with 498 votes to the 213 cast in favor of his opponent, Andrew Colford.

Hampden’s elections drew a larger than usual voter turnout that led to near gridlock in the Hampden Town Office parking lot. The fact that last weekend’s snowstorm knocked out Internet service left town officials facing the prospect of being unable to quickly share voting results with the public.

So many Hampden voters showed up at the polls that a long line remained waiting when the polls closed at 8 p.m. Those voters were permitted to cast their ballots, which pushed actual voting for roughly another hour.