Decision 2010: Election Night

By Chris Shores



93% of precincts reporting


Deval Patrick – 49% – projected winner

1,037,077 votes
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Deval Patrick campaign



Charlie Baker – 42%

883,400 votes
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Charlie Baker campaign



Tim Cahill – 8%

170,716 votes
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Tim Cahill campaign


Jill Stein – 1%

30,203 votes
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STATE REPRESENTATIVE: AMHERST

Ellen Story (Dem) – 8,049 – 77% – projected winner
Daniel Sandell (GOP) – 1,941 – 19%
Daniel Melick (Unr) – 410 – 4%

BALLOT QUESTIONS

93% precincts reporting
Question 1:
YES 52% (1,047,994 votes) – No 48% (979,106 votes)
Question 2:
NO 58% (1,148,182 votes) – YES 42% (815,093 votes)
Question 3:
NO 57% (1,171,547 votes) – YES 43% (878,091 votes)



11:58 p.m.


District 1 :
projected winner – John Olver (Dem) – 108,001 – 61%
Bill Gunn (GOP) – 59,704 – 34%
Michael Engel (Ind) – 9,122 – 5%

District 2 :
projected winner – Richard Neal (Dem) – 107,285 – 58%
Tom Wesley (GOP) – 76,627 – 42%

District 3 :
projected winner – Jim McGovern (Dem) – 119,436 – 57%
Marty Lamb (GOP) – 82,630 – 39%
Patrick Barron (Ind) – 9,147 – 4%

District 4 :
projected winner – Barney Frank (Dem) – 123,558 – 54%
Sean Bielat (GOP) – 98,021 – 43%
Susan Allen (Oth) – 3,346 – 1%
Donald Jordan (Oth) – 2,827 – 1%

District 5 :
projected winner – Niki Tsongas (Dem) – 112,845 – 54%
Jon Golnik (GOP) – 87,397 – 43%
Dale Brown (Oth) – 4,075 – 2%
Bob Clark (Oth) – 1,556 – 1%

District 6 :
projected winner – John Tierney (Dem) – 123,792 – 57%
Bill Hudak (GOP) – 92,175 – 43%

District 7 :
projected winner – Ed Markey (Dem) – 137,231 – 66%
Gerry Dembrowski (GOP) – 70,692 – 34%

District 8 : Mike Capuano (Dem) Uncontested

District 9 :
projected winner – Stephen Lynch (Dem) – 143,811 – 69%
Vernon Harrison (GOP) – 53,960 – 26%
Phil Dunkelbarger (Ind) – 11,761 – 6%

District 10 :
projected winner – Bill Keating (Dem) – 126,030 – 47%
Jeff Perry (GOP) – 115,613 – 43%
Maryanne Lewis (Ind) – 16,193 – 6%
Jim Sheets (Ind) – 10,325 – 4%
Joe van Nes (Oth) – 2,797 – 1%

Election Results: U.S. Congressional Representatives

By: DailyCollegian.com Staff | November 3, 2010
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