Chartered accountant John Quaye and port security officer Robin Turton have been elected to the board of Onchan Commissioners.
They gained the two seats available in the by-election yesterday (Wednesday).
Mr Quaye topped the poll with 687 votes, followed by Mr Turton on 583.
In a turnout of 19 per cent, finance sector worker Rob Callister gained 384 votes, former disability awareness trainer Kathryn Williams 373, and retired accounts administrator James Corrin 322.
The by-election was called following the death of long-time Island politician Ray Kniveton, and the resignation of Brian Stowell last month.