Here 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. 13.


Governor


Kim Reynolds was re-elected as Iowa’s Governor on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Reynolds, the Republican candidate, ran with Adam Gregg, who is the Lieutenant Governor.


Reynolds was opposed by Fred Hubbell (Democrat), Jake Porter (Libertarian) and Gary Siegwarth (Clear Water Party of Iowa).


Secretary of State


Paul D. Pate was re-elected as the Iowa Secretary of State on Tuesday, Nov. 6.


Pate was the incumbent and Republican candidate for Secretary of State. Pate was opposed by Deidre DeJear (Democrat) and Jules Ofenbakh (Libertarian).


Pate is a resident of Des Moines.


Secretary of Agriculture


Mike Naig, Republican, was elected as the Iowa Secretary of Agriculture on Tuesday, Nov. 6.


Naig was opposed by Tim Gannon (Democrat) and Rick Stewart (Libertarian). Naig is a resident of Des Moines.


Gannon is a resident of Des Moines and Stewart is a resident of Cedar Rapids.


Treasurer of State


Michael L. Fitzgerald was re-elected as the Treasurer of State on Tuesday, Nov. 6.


Fitzgerald was the incumbent and Democratic candidate for state treasurer. He was opposed by Jeremy N. Davis (Republican) and Timothy Hird (Libertarian). Fitzgerald is a resident of Waukee.


Davis is a resident of Ames and Hird is a resident of Des Moines.


State Auditor


Rob Sand defeated incumbent candidate Mary Mosiman for the Iowa State Auditor position.


Sand, the Democratic candidate, was opposed by Mosiman (Republican) and Fred Perryman (Libertarian).


Attorney General


Tom Miller, Democrat, has been elected as the Iowa Attorney General. Miller was opposed by Marco Battaglia, the Libertarian candidate. Both Miller and Battaglia are residents of Des Moines.


U.S. Representative for District 3


Cindy Axne is Iowa’s new U.S. Representative for District 3. Axne beat out Congressman David Young (Republican) in the election on Tuesday. Nov. 6.


Axne received 49 percent of the votes, while Young received 47.49 percent.


Axne was opposed by Young, Bryan Jack Holder (Libertarian), Paul Knupp (Green Party), Mark Elworth Jr. (Legal Medical Now) and Joe Grandanette (No party).


State Representative for District 44


Kenan Judge has been elected as the Iowa State Representative for District 44. Judge, the Democratic candidate, was opposed by Anna Bergman (Republican) and Gabriel Thomson (Libertarian). Judge is a resident of Waukee.


State Representative for District 19


Chris Hagenow has been elected as the Iowa State Representative for District 19. Hagenow, the Republican candidate was opposed by Gregg Gustafson, the Democratic candidate, and Richard Dedor, the Independent candidate. Hagenow is a resident of Urbandale.


State Representative for District 20


Ray “Bubba” Sorensen has been elected as the State Representative for District 20. Sorensen, the Republican candidate was opposed by Warren Varley, the Democratic candidate who resides in Stuart. Sorensen is a resident of Greenfield.


Dallas County Attorney


Chuck Sinnard is the new Dallas County Attorney. Sinnard, the Republican candidate, beat out the incumbent, Wayne M. Reisetter who was the Democratic candidate.


Sinnard is a resident of Urbandale.


Dallas County Recorder


Chad Airhart was elected as the Dallas County Recorder on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Airhart ran unopposed for the position. He is a resident of Waukee.


Dallas County Treasurer


Mitch Hambleton won re-election as the Dallas County Treasurer on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Hambleton, the Republican candidate, was opposed by Julie Stewart from Waukee, the Democratic candidate. Hambleton is a resident of Dallas Center.


Dallas County Supervisor for District 1


Brad Golightly won re-election as the Dallas County Supervisor for District 1.


Golightly, the Republican candidate, was opposed by Breanna Morman, the Democratic candidate.


Golightly is a resident of Perry and served on the Board of Supervisors the previous term.


Dallas County Supervisor for District 3


Kim Chapman won re-election as the Dallas County Supervisor for District 3.


Chapman, the Republican candidate, was opposed by Patricia Stalter (Democratic candidate), Robert Greenway (Independent candidate) and Michael E. Walrod (Independent candidate).


Chapman is a resident of Adel and served on the Board of Supervisors the previous term.