State Elections - November 04, 2014 Back to List

About This Election

The State Election was held at two locations. Precincts 1, 1A, 2 & 5 voted at the Fairbank Community Center, 40 Fairbank Road, and Precincts 3 & 4 voted at the Town Hall, 322 Concord Road. The polls were open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM. There were 7571 votes cast, representing 63% of the town's 12,017 registered voters. The final tabulation was done at the Town Hall.
SENATOR IN CONGRESS
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS251141644451236
DEMOCRATIC
EDWARD J. MARKEY7 TOWNSEND ST., MALDEN (CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION)6362038978829728264416
REPUBLICAN
BRIAN J. HERR31 ELIZABETH RD., HOPKINTON4531965176075505852908
WRITE INS21134011
Totals for Office111641114561556157014627571
GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS4179111244
REPUBLICAN
BAKER AND POLITO6152627088477877793998
DEMOCRATIC
COAKLEY AND KERRIGAN4741426936497256253308
UNITED INDEPENDENT PARTY
FALCHUK AND JENNINGS18437413833171
INDEPENDENT
LIVELY AND SAUNDERS21773828
MCCORMICK AND POST21436420
WRITE INS1000012
Totals for Office111641114561556157014627571
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS472349776565326
DEMOCRATIC
MURA HEALEY40 WINTHROP ST., BOSTON6272078968709368284364
REPUBLICAN
JOHN B. MILLER40 WESTLAND AVE., WINCHESTER4411805106095695692878
WRITE INS1110003
Totals for Office111641114561556157014627571
SECRETARY OF STATE
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS521660937062353
DEMOCRATIC
WILLIAM FRANCIS GALVIN46 LAKE ST., BOSTON (CANDIDATE FPR RE-ELECTION)70123394695810149184770
REPUBLICAN
DAVID D'ARCANGELO183 BAINBRIDGE ST., MALDEN3331534024684344362226
GREEN-RAINBOW
DANIEL L. FACTOR11 DAVIS RD., ACTON30947375146220
WRITE INS0010102
Totals for Office111641114561556157014627571
TREASURER
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS652798125100117532
DEMOCRATIC
DEBORAH B. GOLDBERG37 HYSLOP RD., BROOKLINE5271747457057986683617
REPUBLICAN
MICHAEL JAMES HEFFERNAN244 GROVE ST., WELLESLEY4932005676896326293210
GREEN-RAINBOW
IAN T. JACKSON232 HIGHLAND AVE., ARLINGTON301045363948208
WRITE INS1011104
Totals for Office111641114561556157014627571
AUDITOR
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS10739135166126155728
DEMORATIC
SUZANNE M. BUMP409 NORTH PLAIN RD., GREAT BARRINGTON (CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION)5271707297438416863696
REPUBLICAN
PATRICIA S. SAINT AUBIN6 SHADY WAY, NORFOLK4471925366105635692917
GREEN-RAINBOW
MK MERELICE22 WHITE PL., BROOKLINE331055373952226
WRITE INS2010104
Totals for Office111641114561556157014627571
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS - THIRD DISTRICT
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS340000034
DEMOCRATIC
NICOLA S. TSONGAS240 CLARK RD., LOWELL (CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION)67400000674
REPUBLICAN
ROSEANN L. EHRHARD WOFFORD18 LEXINGTON AVE., HAVERHILL40500000405
WRITE INS3000003
Totals for Office1116000001116
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS - FIFTH DISTRICT
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS01574245354654882069
DEMOCRATIC
KATHERINE M. CLARK64 PROSPECT ST., MELROSE (CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION)024399898910719604261
WRITE INS01134323414125
Totals for Office041114561556157014626455
COUNCILLOR - THIRD DISTRICT
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS1971112773222922791478
DEMOCRATIC
MARILYN M. PETITTO DEVANEY98 WESTMINSTER AVE., WATERTOWN (CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELCTION)5561897627268227473802
INDEPENDENT
THOMAS SHEFF454 DUDLEY RD., NEWTON3611114085044544342272
WRITE INS20942219
Totals for Office111641114561556157014627571
SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - MIDDLESEX AND WORCESTER DISTRICT
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS00453559001012
DEMOCRATIC
JAMES B. ELDRIDGE267 ARLINGTON ST., ACTON (CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION)00976972001948
WRITE INS0027250052
Totals for Office0014561556003012
SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - THIRD MIDDLESEX DISTRICT
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS894200142142415
DEMOCRATIC
MICHAEL J. BARRETT7 AUGUSTUS RD., LEXINGTON (CANDIDATE FO RE-ELECTION)565181008787512375
REPUBLICAN
SANDI MARTINEZ1 CARTER DR., CHELMSFORD461188005495681766
WRITE INS1000113
Totals for Office111641100157014624559
REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT - THIRTEENTH MIDDLESEX DISTRICT
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS3491494435534674702431
DEMOCRATIC
CARMINE LAWRENCE GENTILE33 SURREY LN., SUDBURY75425698998110709805030
WRITE INS13624223312110
Totals for Office111641114561556157014627571
DISTRICT ATTORNEY - NORTHERN DISTRICT
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS3761674885925085232654
DEMOCRATIC
MARIAN T. RYAN8 BRADFORD RD., BELMONT72723694494010409244811
WRITE INS13824242215106
Totals for Office111641114561556157014627571
REGISTER OF PROBATE - MIDDLESEX COUNTY
Candidate NamePrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Total
BLANKS164712092522131961105
DEMOCRATIC
TARA E. DECRISTOFARO36 TERRACE RD., MEDFORD (CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION)5281657116908016743569
REPUBLICAN
JOHN W. LAMBERT, SR.5 BEVERLY RD., NATICK4221755356125545902888
WRITE INS2012229
Totals for Office111641114561556157014627571
BALLOT QUESTION 1
Do you approve of a law summarized below, on which no vote was taken by the Senate or the House of Representatives on or before May 6, 2014?
Summary: This proposed law would eliminate the requirement that the state's gasoline tax, which was 24 cents per gallon as of September 2013, (1) be adjusted every year by the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index over the preceding year, but (2) not be adjusted below 21.5 cents per gallon.
Ballot Question 1, ResultsPrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Totals
Yes5522186917897526983700
No5341807237227737333665
Blanks301342454531206
Totals111641114561556157014627571
BALLOT QUESTION 2
Do you approve of a law summarized below, on which no vote was taken by the Senate or the House of Representatives on or before May 6, 2014?
Summary: This proposed law would expand the state's beverage container deposit law, also known as the Bottle Bill, to require deposits on containers for all non-alcoholic non-carbonated drinks in liquid form intended for human consumption, except beverages primarily derived from dairy products, infant formula, and FDA approved medicines.
Ballot Question 2, ResultsPrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Totals
Yes3731115224895904572542
No73929592010479509954946
Blanks451420301083
Totals111641114561556157014627571
BALLOT QUESTION 3
Do you approve of a law summarized below, on which no vote was taken by the Senate or the House of Representatives on or before May 6, 2014?
Summary: This proposed law would (1) prohibit Massachusetts Gaming Commission from issuing any license for a casino or other gaming establishment with table games and slot machines, or any license for a gaming establishment with slot machines; (2) prohibit any such casino or slots gaming under any such licenses that the Commission might have issued before the proposed law took effect; and (3) prohibit wagering on the simulcasting of live greyhound races.
Ballot Question 3, ResultsPrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Totals
Yes5912017307008496683739
No5092017068216877763700
Blanks16920353418132
Totals111641114561556157014627571
BALLOT QUESTION 4
Do you approve of a law summarized below, on which no vote was taken by the Senate or the House of Representatives on or before May 6, 2014?
Summary: This proposed law would entitle employees in Massachusetts to earn and use sick time according to certain conditions. Employees who work for employers having eleven or more employees could earn and use up to 40 hours of paid sick time per calendar year, while employees working for smaller employers could earn and use up to 40 hours of unpaid sick time per calendar year.
Ballot Question 4, ResultsPrecinct 1Precinct 1APrecinct 2Precinct 3Precinct 4Precinct 5Totals
Yes5921888338268897974125
No4992085966936466403282
Blanks251527373525164
Totals111641114561556157014627571
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