Incumbent Hope Town Council members won over their two challengers for the two at-large seats on the council in the 2018 race.

813 votes were cast in the four-way race.

Democratic incumbent Jerry Bragg was first with 231 votes, followed by Republican incumbent Clyde Compton with 207 votes. Democrat Chelsea Warriner came in just behind Compton with 204 votes. Republican "Lou K" came in last with 171 votes.

Bragg, 52, has served for a full term on the Town Council and one year of a previous member's term. He is married to Mary and he works as a lead glazier, working with glass. He said he has a high school education. He served on the board of the Community Center of Hope, where he became vice president. He is a superintendent at Faith Chapel Church.

Republican incumbent Compton, 64, has served three terms on the council including two years as president of the council. He said he is retired and is married to Jenny and they have four sons and three daughters, all grown. He has a high school education and has served on the town's EDIT committee for four years and Plan Commission for 10.