September 16, 2014

Final Results, Nov. 4, 2014 Election

From the Website of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, 2014/Return of Votes (%, calculated from numbers without counting blanks)
U.S. SENATE
Brian Herr (R): (www.brianherr.com) 791,950 (38%)
*Ed Markey (D): (www.edmarkey.com) 1,289,944 (62%)
GOVERNOR and LT. GOVERNOR 
*Charlie Baker (R): www.charliebaker2014.com/
  and Karyn Polito (www.karynpolitoforlg.com/)
1,044,573 (48.4%)
Martha Coakley (D): www.marthacoakley.com/
  and Steve Karrigan (www.stevekerrigan.org/)
1,004,408 (46.6%)
Evan Falchuk (I): www.falchuk2014.org/
  and Angus Jennings
71,814 (3.3%)
Scott Lively (I): www.livelyforgovernor.com/
  and Shelly Saunders
19,378 (0.9%)
Jeff McCormick (I): www.jmacforgov.org/
  and Tracy Post (www.postforlg.org)
16,295 (0.8%)
SECRETARY OF STATE
*William F. Galvin (D) (www.billgalvin.org/) 1,395,616 (67.5%)
David D’Arcangelo (R) (www.davein2014.com/) 597,491 (28.9%)
Danny Factor (G-R) (www.electfactor.org/) 74,789 (3.6%)
ATTORNEY GENERAL
John Miller (R)  (www.millerforag.com/) 793,821 (38.3%)
*Maura Healey (D) (www.maurahealey.com/) 1,280,513 (61.7%)
TREASURER
Michael James Heffernan (R) (www.mikeheffernan2014.com/) 828,894 (40.8%)
*Deborah Goldberg (D) (www.debgoldberg.com/) 1,120,192 (55.2%)
Ian T. Jackson (G-R) (www.ian-jackson.org/) 81,907  (4.0%)
AUDITOR
*Suzanne M Bump (D) (www.suzannebump.com/) 1,146,987 (57.8%)
Patricia S Saint Aubin (R) (www.patriciasaintaubin.com/ 757,213
( 38.1%)
MK Merelice (G-R) (www.merelice.com) 81,430 (4.1%)
MASSACHUSETTS SENATE – All Senators up for election
MASSACHUSETTS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES – All Representatives up for election.
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENATATIVES – All Representatives up for election.
 
July 25, 2014

Final Results – Four Ballot Questions – Yes, No, No, Yes

Taken from the website of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, under Elections and Voting, (2014, Return of Votes)
Question Number 1: Eliminating Gas Tax Indexing
     YES – 1,095,229, (53%); NO – 972,271  (47%)
Question Number 2: Expanding the Beverage Container Deposit Law
     NO – 1,561,591 (73.5%); YES – 564,381 (26.5%)
Questions Number 3: Expanding Prohibitions on Gaming
     NO – 1,271,404 (60%); YES – 845,888 (40%)
Question Number 4: Earned Sick Time for Employees
     YES – 1,256,841 (59.4%); NO – 859,621 (40.6%)
May 4, 2014

In Massachusetts – Am I Registered? Where do I vote?

 

For other states go to the website of the Elections Department
LINK BELOW  TO OBTAIN THE INFORMATION
http://www.sec.state.ma.us/VoterRegistrationSearch/MyVoterRegStatus.aspx
January 10, 2013

Voting is a Right and Responsibility

The Declaration of Independence says: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all people are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights. But Rights come with Responsibilities, so your Right to vote also means you are responsible for registering, educating yourself on the candidates and the issues, AND voting – in every election. Betsy Munzer

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