Results: North Texas Mayors

By Greg Janda
|  Saturday, May 14, 2011  |  Updated 11:34 PM CDT
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Results: North Texas Mayors

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Find some selected races listed below, or look at all election results here: 2011 Election Results

Addison
Former Addison City Councilman Todd Meier won a hotly contested battle with former Mayor Pro Tem Don Daseke for the city's top office.  Daseke resigned as pro tem in January to run for the office, which was wide open after Mayor Joe Chow reached the term limit. Meier won the race with 52 percent of the vote. Complete details.

Allen
Incumbent Allen Mayor Steve Terrell defeated ASA football commissioner Blake Beidleman in the race for the city's top office.  Terrell won with 86 percent of the votes. Complete details.

Arlington
Longtime Arlington Mayor Dr. Robert Cluck defeated challenger Carl Scrivner Saturday. Scrivner ran a campaign on "no debt and no tax increase," but voters didn't take notice.  Cluck listed his priorities as expanding the city's convention center and attracting a 4-star hotel, according to a report in the Star-Telegram. Cluck wins the race with 67 percent of the vote. Complete details.

Carrollton
Matthew Marchant won with 65 percent of the vote against Ronald Branson's 35 percent. Complete details.

Farmers Branch
Bill Glancy won the election with 52 percent of the vote against Charlie Bird's 48 percent. Complete details.

Frisco
Maher Maso won the mayor's race with 63 percent of the vote to Tom Smith's 37 percent. Complete details.

Dallas, Fort Worth, and Irving all went to runoff elections in the mayor's races. Read more here.

Look at all election results here: 2011 Election Results

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