The Madison voters who cast their ballots in Tuesday's election selected Roy Lindsay Jr. to serve as their next mayor.
They and the rural voters who make up the Madison Central School District also decided to give incumbents Tom Farrell and Ryan Hegg new three-year terms on the Madison School Board and picked newcomer Charles R. Moore as the new board member to fill an open seat.
Lindsay won the mayor's election with 502 votes, compared to 108 votes collected by Myron Moen and 80 votes cast for Dale Davis.
The turnout for the mayor's race was 12.5 percent.
Farrell led the vote count in the school board election with 612, and Hegg received 512 votes. For the three newcomers, Moore collected 354 votes, Susan Berry tallied 291, and Rick Reyes totaled 211.
Voter turnout for the school board race -- consisting of the three wards in Madison and the rural area of the school district -- was 10.8 percent of the eligible voters.