Perry and area voters took to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 5 during the combined city-school election. 

This is a list of the unofficial Election Day results from around the area. The results will be official after they are canvassed at the next Dallas County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12.

Here are the unofficial city election results.

City: Bouton

A write-in received 27 votes with 100 percent of the vote for the open two-term mayor position.

One candidate ran for five open At-Large City Council seats, a two-year term.

Linda Neville received 13 votes with 10.16 percent. A write-in candidate received 115 votes with 89.84 percent.

City: Dawson

Office: Mayor (2 year term)

Maris Masengill was voted in as the Dawson Mayor with 22 votes and 70.97 percent. She ran against Colton Morman, who received eight votes with 25.81 percent. A write-in candidate received one vote with 3.23 percent. The mayor position is a two-year term.

Four candidates ran for five open At-Large City Council seats, a two-year term.

A write-in candidate received 25 votes with 22.94 percent. Greg Lewis received 24 votes with 22.02 percent, Robin Wolfe and Tammy Rinner each received 23 votes with 21.10 percent and Clarence Morman received 14 votes with 12.84 percent.

City: Granger

Tony James was elected to a two-year mayor term. James received 129 votes with 98.47 percent. A write-in candidate had two votes with 1.53 percent. 

Two candidates ran for three open At-Large City Council seats, four-year terms.

Jodi Bermel received 119 votes with 45.59 percent, while Mike J. Backous had 90 votes with 34.48 percent. A write-in candidate received 52 votes with 19.92 percent.

Jodi Bermel

Mike J. Backous

City: Minburn

Two candidates ran for two four-year At-Large City Council seats. 

Meaghan Bennett received 23 votes with 57.50 percent, while Joe Stuetelberg had 17 votes with 42.50 percent.

City: Perry

John Andorf was re-elected mayor, a two-year term. Andorf received 364 votes with 95.29 percent. A write-in candidate received 18 votes with 4.71 percent.

One candidate ran for one open At-Large City Council seat, a four year term. Chuck Schott received 380 votes with 98.96 percent. A write-in candidate received four votes with 1.04 percent.

One candidate ran for one open City Council Member Ward 1 seat, a four-year term. Dean Berkland received 142 votes with 99.30 percent. A write-in candidate earned one vote with 0.70 percent.

One candidate ran for one open City Council Member Ward 3 seat, a four-year term. Barb Wolling received 106 votes with 99.07 percent. A write-in candidate received one vote with 0.93 percent.

City: Woodward

Todd Folkerts was elected mayor, a four-year term. Folkerts received 114 votes with 89.76 percent. A write-in candidate received 13 votes with 10.24 percent.

Three candidates ran for two open At-Large City Council seats, four-year terms. Jared Stone and Kelly Kirts were elected to the open seats. 

Stone received 108 votes with 40.45 percent while Kirts received 94 votes with 35.21 percent. Candidate Matthew Cavanaugh received 60 votes with 22.47 percent. A write-in candidate received five votes with 1.87 votes.

Here are the unofficial school board election results.

Perry School District

Three candidates ran for three open Perry School Board At-Large seats. Write-in candidates received 393 votes with 28.05 percent. Linda Andorf received 367 votes with 26.20 percent. Kenia Leticia Alarcon had 324 votes with 23.13 percent. Jim Lutmer had 317 votes with 22.63 percent.

Woodward-Granger School District

A write-in candidate received 63 votes with 100 percent for the open WW-GR School Board Director District # 1 position.

One candidate ran for the open WW-GR School Board Director District # 3 seat. Timothy J. Bogardus received 282 votes with 96.91 percent. A write-in candidate received nine votes with 3.09 percent.

Three candidates ran for one open WW-GR School Board Director District # 5 seat. Sam Behrens was elected with 141 votes with 42.47 percent. Candidates Jennifer Benbow received 123 votes with 37.05 percent while Angie Sebastian received 66 votes with 19.88 percent. A write-in candidate received two votes with 0.60 percent.