Results are unofficial and do not include Write-ins, Auxiliary, Provisional or Overseas Absentee Ballots. Official results are expected to be posted on or after the evening of Friday, Nov. 12, 2010 on the Election Commission website, www.cambridgema.gov/election/
PATRICK and MURRAY, Democratic 27,668
BAKER and TISEI, Republican 4,330
CAHILL and LOSOCCO, Independent 987
STEIN and PURCELL, Green-Rainbow 670
MARTHA COAKLEY, Democratic 28,569
JAMES P. MCKENNA, Republican 4,091
Secretary of State
WILLIAM FRANCIS GALVIN, Democratic 28,241
WILLIAM C. CAMPBELL, Republican 3,138
JAMES D. HENDERSON, Unenrolled 765
STEVEN GROSSMAN, Democratic 27,504
KARYN E. POLITO, Republican 4,489
SUZANNE M. BUMP, Democratic 22,845
MARY Z. CONNAUGHTON, Republican 5,597
NATHANAEL ALEXANDER FORTUNE, Green-Rainbow 2,569
Representative in Congress - 8th District
MICHAEL E. CAPUANO, Democratic 29,318
Councillor - 3rd District
MARILYN M. PETITTO DEVANEY, Democratic 6,585
NICHOLAS A. IANNUZZI, Independent 1,395
Councillor - 6th District
PAUL A. CARUCCIO, Republican 2,843
TERRENCE W. KENNEDY, Democratic 17,424
SCOTT C. CRABTREE, Independent 908
ANDREW W. MOSTONE, Unenrolled 300
Senator in General Court - Middlesex, Suffolk & Essex
SAL N. DiDOMENICO, Democratic 9,316
BARBARA T. BUSH, Republican 1,305
Senator in General Court - First Suffolk & Middlesex
ANTHONY W. PETRUCCELLI, Democratic 10,215
FRANK JOHN ADDIVINOLA, JR., Republican 1,470
Senator in General Court - Second Suffolk & Middlesex
STEVEN A. TOLMAN, Democratic 7,669
Representative in General Court - 24th Middlesex
WILLIAM N. BROWNSBERGER, Democratic 3,951
LALIG MUSSERIAN, Unenrolled 307
Representative in General Court - 25th Middlesex
ALICE K. WOLF, Democratic 10,589
Representative in General Court - 26th Middlesex
TIMOTHY J. TOOMEY, JR., Democratic 5,980
Representative in General Court - 29th Middlesex
JONATHAN HECHT, Democratic 3,593
Representative in General Court - 8th Suffolk
MARTHA MARTY WALZ, Democratic 3,941
BRAD MARSTON, Republican 416
Representative in General Court - 9th Suffolk
BYRON RUSHING, Democratic 126
District Attorney - Northern District
GERARD T. LEONE, JR., Democratic 26,977
Sheriff - Middlesex County
JAMES V. DiPAOLA, Democratic 26,104
MICHAEL S. TRANCHITA, SR., Unenrolled 2,668
Question 1: Sales Tax on Alcoholic Beverages
A YES VOTE would remove the state sales tax on alcoholic beverages and alcohol where their sale or importation into the state is subject to an excise tax under state law.
A NO VOTE would make no change in the state sales tax on alcoholic beverages and alcohol.
Question 2: Comprehensive Permits for Low- or Moderate-Income Housing
A YES VOTE would repeal the state law allowing the issuance of a single comprehensive permit to build housing that includes low- or moderate-income units.
A NO VOTE would make no change in the state law allowing issuance of such a comprehensive permit.
Question 3: Sales and Use Tax Rates
A YES VOTE would reduce the state sales and use tax rates to 3%.
A NO VOTE would make no change in the state sales and use tax rates.
For more information on Ballot Questions you can download the 2010 Information for Voters at http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/ele10/ballot_questions_10/IFV_2010.pdf
Eighth Suffolk District Only:
Question 4: This Question Is Not Binding
Shall the state representative from this district be instructed to vote to amend the state constitution to allow Massachusetts voters, through a law enacted by initiative petition, to vote to delegate their powers concerning international affairs to a democratically elected legislative body of a global federal union of democratic nations?
29th Middlesex District Only:
Question 4: This Question Is Not Binding
Shall the state representative from this district be instructed to support legislation that would establish health care as a human right regardless of age, state of health or employment status, by creating a single payer health insurance system like Medicare that is comprehensive, cost effective, and publicly provided to all residents of Massachusetts?
Question 5: This Question Is Not Binding
Shall the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of a non-binding resolution calling on the federal government to support the right of all people, including non-Jewish Palestinian citizens of Israel, to live free from laws that give more rights to people of one religion than another?