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Decision 2018
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Governor - Massachusetts
100 % Precincts reporting
Charlie Baker 1,770,130 67%
Jay Gonzalez 874,789 33%
U.S. Senate - Massachusetts
100 % Precincts reporting
Elizabeth Warren 1,617,444 60%
Geoff Diehl 974,312 36%
Shiva Ayyadurai 91,091 3%
U.S. House District 2 - Massachusetts
100 % Precincts reporting
Jim McGovern 190,129 67%
Tracy Lovvorn 92,974 33%
Paul Grady 0 0%
U.S. House District 3 - Massachusetts
100 % Precincts reporting
Lori Trahan 171,363 62%
Rick Green 92,753 34%
Michael Mullen 12,474 5%
U.S. House District 5 - Massachusetts
100 % Precincts reporting
Katherine Clark 232,752 76%
John Hugo 74,138 24%
U.S. House District 6 - Massachusetts
100 % Precincts reporting
Seth Moulton 216,282 65%
Joseph Schneider 104,379 31%
Mary Jean Charbonneau 11,244 3%
U.S. House District 9 - Massachusetts
100 % Precincts reporting
Bill Keating 190,213 59%
Peter Tedeschi 130,424 41%
Attorney General - Massachusetts
100 % Precincts reporting
Maura Healey 1,854,975 70%
James McMahon 800,538 30%
Secretary of State - Massachusetts
100 % Precincts reporting
William Galvin 1,860,189 71%
Anthony Amore 667,433 25%
Juan Sanchez 98,831 4%
Question 1: Limit Nurse to Patient Ratio Set by Type of Care - Massachusetts
99 % Precincts reporting
No 1,847,037 70%
Yes 777,180 30%
Question 2: Create Citizens Commission to Amend U.S. Constitution - Massachusetts
99 % Precincts reporting
Yes 1,853,886 71%
No 744,352 29%
Question 3: Gender Identity Rights Concerns Public Places - Massachusetts
99 % Precincts reporting
Yes 1,788,574 68%
No 850,800 32%
Governor - New Hampshire
100 % Precincts reporting
Chris Sununu 302,509 53%
Molly Kelly 262,174 46%
Jilletta Jarvis 8,173 1%
U.S. House District 1 - New Hampshire
100 % Precincts reporting
Chris Pappas 155,710 54%
Eddie Edwards 130,955 45%
Dan Belforti 4,190 1%
Dylan Robinson 0 0%
Shawn O'Connor 0 0%
U.S. House District 2 - New Hampshire
100 % Precincts reporting
Ann McLane Kuster 155,239 56%
Steven Negron 117,957 42%
Justin O'Donnell 6,162 2%
Amendment 1: Allow Taxpayers to Sue Government for Unlawful Spending - New Hampshire
98 % Precincts reporting
Yes 406,685 83%
No 84,337 17%
Amendment 2: Right to Privacy Free of Government Intrusion - New Hampshire
97 % Precincts reporting
Yes 402,092 81%
No 94,375 19%
Governor - Maine
97 % Precincts reporting
Janet Mills 317,981 51%
Shawn Moody 270,450 43%
Terry Hayes 37,128 6%
U.S. Senate - Maine
97 % Precincts reporting
Angus King 341,520 54%
Eric Brakey 221,799 35%
Zak Ringelstein 64,652 10%
U.S. House District 1 - Maine
99 % Precincts reporting
Chellie Pingree 198,853 59%
Mark Holbrook 109,714 32%
Martin Grohman 29,569 9%
U.S. House District 2 - Maine
95 % Precincts reporting
Bruce Poliquin 131,466 46%
Jared Golden 129,556 46%
Tiffany Bond 16,500 6%
William Hoar 6,933 2%
Question 1: Tax to Fund Home Healthcare Increases Income Tax - Maine
95 % Precincts reporting
No 393,871 63%
Yes 232,155 37%
Governor - Vermont
100 % Precincts reporting
Phil Scott 151,190 55%
Christine Hallquist 110,276 40%
Trevor Barlow 3,258 1%
Charles Laramie 2,285 1%
Cris Ericson 2,122 1%
Stephen Marx 1,849 1%
Em Peyton 1,837 1%
Lt. Governor - Vermont
100 % Precincts reporting
David Zuckerman 158,452 58%
Don Turner 108,379 40%
Murray Ngoima 4,090 2%
U.S. Senate - Vermont
100 % Precincts reporting
Bernie Sanders 183,416 67%
Lawrence Zupan 74,635 27%
Brad Peacock 3,782 1%
Russell Beste 2,757 1%
Edward Gilbert 2,240 1%
Folasade Adeluola 1,977 1%
Jon Svitavsky 1,286 0%
Reid Kane 1,165 0%
Bruce Busa 920 0%
U.S. House District 1 - Vermont
100 % Precincts reporting
Peter Welch 188,478 69%
Anya Tynio 70,690 26%
Cris Ericson 9,089 3%
Laura Potter 3,912 1%
Attorney General - Vermont
100 % Precincts reporting
T.J. Donovan 187,026 70%
Janssen Willhoit 70,200 26%
Rosemarie Jackowski 9,522 4%
Governor - Connecticut
100 % Precincts reporting
Ned Lamont 687,949 49%
Bob Stefanowski 647,772 46%
Oz Griebel 54,490 4%
Rodney Hanscomb 6,426 0%
U.S. Senate - Connecticut
100 % Precincts reporting
Chris Murphy 818,614 59%
Matthew Corey 543,727 39%
Richard Lion 8,653 1%
Jeff Russell 6,554 0%
Secretary of State - Vermont
100 % Precincts reporting
Jim Condos 178,809 67%
Brooke Paige 79,016 30%
Mary Alice Hebert 9,667 4%
U.S. House District 1 - Connecticut
100 % Precincts reporting
John Larson 173,271 64%
Jennifer Nye 95,924 35%
Thomas McCormick 3,015 1%
U.S. House District 2 - Connecticut
100 % Precincts reporting
Joe Courtney 178,896 62%
Danny Postemski 102,326 36%
Michelle Bicking 3,598 1%
Daniel Reale 3,296 1%
U.S. House District 3 - Connecticut
100 % Precincts reporting
Rosa DeLauro 173,424 64%
Angel Cadena 95,702 36%
U.S. House District 4 - Connecticut
100 % Precincts reporting
Jim Himes 165,718 61%
Harry Arora 106,325 39%
U.S. House District 5 - Connecticut
100 % Precincts reporting
Jahana Hayes 149,852 56%
Manny Santos 118,524 44%
Attorney General - Connecticut
100 % Precincts reporting
William Tong 709,580 52%
Sue Hatfield 631,186 47%
Peter Goselin 14,946 1%
Secretary of State - Connecticut
100 % Precincts reporting
Denise Merrill 757,858 56%
Susan Chapman 579,213 43%
Michael DeRosa 12,345 1%
Heather Gwynn 10,293 1%
Amendment 1: Sale of State-Owned Property Requiring Public Hearing - Connecticut
79 % Precincts reporting
Yes 833,461 88%
No 113,658 12%
Amendment 2: Transportation Lockbox Fund - Connecticut
78 % Precincts reporting
Yes 755,064 84%
No 139,070 16%
Governor - Rhode Island
100 % Precincts reporting
Gina Raimondo 196,046 53%
Allan Fung 138,858 37%
Joseph Trillo 16,389 4%
William Gilbert 10,078 3%
Luis Munoz 6,155 2%
Anne Armstrong 4,143 1%
Lt. Governor - Rhode Island
100 % Precincts reporting
Daniel McKee 224,235 62%
Paul Pence 105,717 29%
Joel Hellmann 11,226 3%
Jonathan Riccitelli 9,788 3%
Ross McCurdy 9,322 3%
U.S. Senate - Rhode Island
100 % Precincts reporting
Sheldon Whitehouse 228,679 61%
Robert Flanders 143,293 39%
U.S. House District 1 - Rhode Island
100 % Precincts reporting
David Cicilline 114,604 67%
Patrick Donovan 57,115 33%
U.S. House District 2 - Rhode Island
100 % Precincts reporting
James Langevin 125,090 64%
Salvatore Caiozzo 71,716 36%
Attorney General - Rhode Island
100 % Precincts reporting
Peter Neronha 271,750 81%
Alan Gordon 65,132 19%
Secretary of State - Rhode Island
100 % Precincts reporting
Nellie Gorbea 244,803 67%
Pat Cortellessa 118,404 33%
Question 1: Approve School Building Bonds for Construction - Rhode Island
100 % Precincts reporting
Yes 268,674 77%
No 81,961 23%
Question 2: Approve Higher Ed Bonds for Construction, Renovations - Rhode Island
100 % Precincts reporting
Yes 206,626 59%
No 141,226 41%
Question 3: Approve Green Economy Bonds in Part for Clean Water - Rhode Island
100 % Precincts reporting
Yes 275,382 79%
No 74,014 21%