Tiffany Hendra, LeAnn Locken, Andy Cohen, Brandi Redmond on the stage at "Watch What Happens Live" after the first season of "Real Housewives of Dallas."

Tiffany Hendra, LeAnn Locken, Andy Cohen, Brandi Redmond on the stage at "Watch What Happens Live" after the first season of "Real Housewives of Dallas."

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Updated on Nov. 8, 2016, at 1:11 p.m.: The results are in and The Real Housewives of Dallas won't be taking office.

Host Andy Cohen announced the results of "The Real Housewives Awards," which this year took on an election theme, Monday night on Watch What Happens Live. You can still check out each candidate's stance on "the issues" at BravoTV.com.

Winners are: President Lisa Vanderpump; Chief of Staff DonJuan Clark; Secretary of Shade Kenya Moore; Plastic Surgeon General Siggy Flicker; Director of Housewives Relations Heather Dubrow; Secretary of the Interior Design Heather Dubrow; Speaker of the Housewives Dorinda Medley; Style Ambassador Kyle Richards; Head of the Real Bureau of Investigation Meghan King Edmonds; and Chief of Laughs Milania Giudice.

Previously: LeeAnne Locken for president?

The Real Housewives of Dallas cast and the casts from the rest of the franchise are running for various offices, including "secretary of shade," in their own specially called election. There's still time to vote in "The Real Housewives Awards: Decision 2016" before the reveal of the winners.

Real Housewives of Dallas are (from left): Tiffany Hendra, LeeAnne Locken, Cary Deuber, Stephanie Hollman and Brandi Redmond.

Real Housewives of Dallas are (from left): Tiffany Hendra, LeeAnne Locken, Cary Deuber, Stephanie Hollman and Brandi Redmond.

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Host Andy Cohen will release the results on Watch What Happens Live! on Monday night at 10 on Bravo.

Never content to just do the least, Locken is running for more than one office. So is Brandi Redmond. The complete list can be found at bravotv.com

Here's what the Dallas cast is running for: LeeAnne Locken for president and speaker; Stephanie Hollman for secretary of the interior design; Brandi Redmond for secretary of shade and style ambassador; Cary Deuber for plastic surgeon general; Hollman and Redmond on the same ticket for chief of laughs; Tiffany Hendra for head of the real bureau of investigation; Heidi Dillon for chief of staff; and Hendra for director of Housewives relations. 

One can only hope one of them will contest the results. Y'all vote, ya hear, or LeeAnne's gonna kill you.

SUNDAY

The Real Housewives of Atlanta: The season premieres in the most-watched Housewives franchise of them all. Kandi is all about that Ace, baby, and Kenya, of course, has an unwelcome guest at her housewarming. 7 p.m. Bravo

'The Walking Dead' and 'The Strain' continue with the pain, and the rest of the week on TV

The Walking Dead: The group encounters another community that seems like a haven. But wait, there's a price. 8 p.m. AMC

MONDAY

American Dad! In the season premiere, Stan shows again that he refuses to learn a lesson from the first time something backfired. He messes with everyone's memories -- again; this time, he does it so they can keep the party going for Father's Day. 7:30 p.m. TBS

The Voice: Let's see if Texans can increase their odds of winning as the first of the live shows commences. 7 p.m. NBC

There is a 25 percent chance that the winner of 'The Voice' this season will be a Texan

TUESDAY

Stephen Colbert's Live Election Night Democracy's Series Finale: Who's Going to Clean Up This [Expletive]: The title explains it all. 10 p.m. Showtime

WEDNESDAY

Empire: It's back and the empire has been hacked. 8 p.m. Fox

Little Women: Dallas: It's a 'cue at Tiffani's house! 9 p.m. Lifetime

The ladies of 'Little Women: Dallas' kick things off ... in Fort Worth?

Jay Leno's Garage: I always learn something with this show. This time, I'll learn who's the fastest when former Secretary of State Colin Powell and Vice President Joe Biden face off in a drag race. 9 p.m. CNBC

THURSDAY

Supernatural: Somebody's trying to resurrect Hitler. I'm just going to sit that right there. 8 p.m. CW

FRIDAY

The Exorcist: Things really got interesting in the last couple of episodes. Spoiler alert: Angela Rance is really -- ready? -- the formerly possessed Regan McNeil, all grown up from the movie. I guess they passed down the come-get-me-devil gene from mother to daughter. Not today, Satan. Not today. 8 p.m. Fox

SATURDAY

Lethal Weapon: The movie marathon will feature all four theatrical films. 2 p.m. IFC.

This week in home entertainment

Watch as Netflix turns the comics TV adaptation on its head with its winning Daredevil: The Complete First Season. The season contains one of the best fight scenes in a tight hallway you'll ever see.

A selected list of home entertainment also out this week: Alpha and Omega: The Big Fureeze; Batman Beyond: The Complete Series; Billions: Season One; Black Sails: The Complete Third Season; Indignation; Phantom Boy; Sausage Party; and TURN: Washington's Spies -- The Complete Third Season.

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