The heated race for police chief saw Mike Patterson win with 68 percent of the 3,358 total votes - that's 2,295 over challenger Bob Petkoff's 1,063.
For mayor, T.L. Gramling received 42 percent of the total votes with 1,422, Arvella Wall 35 percent with 1,167 votes and Rick Steen took 23 percent with 779 of the votes.
The closest race of the evening was between Ward 2 incumbent Sid Willis and challenger Danny McCuistion.
Willis received 1,632 votes and McCuistion received 1,624.
For Ward 1, left vacant by Jerry Don Henry, David Brown won the seat with 53 percent of the votes with a total of 1,666 ballots to Troy Harter's 1,495.
In Ward 4, Don Johnson retained his position with 47 percent of the votes. Totals were Johnson with 1,560 votes, Jamie Landers with 1,372 and Wanda Watson with 365.
Those looking at precinct-by-precinct numbers will notice two votes cast at the Martha polling location for the Altus municipal election. Jackson County Election Board officials explained that there is a couple who live on the edge of the city who normally vote in Martha but have been annexed into the Altus City limits.
There were three names on the ballot for two four-year trustee positions on the Martha ballot.
Barbara Jean Smith received 26 votes, Donald Hervey received 23 votes and Barbara Jean Sotelo received 6 votes.
In Blair, the Office 1 Board of Trustees had three candidates vying for the position. Charles Bolton received 12 votes, Al Sullivan received 65 and Mildred Jackson received 32.