Sixth Congressional district Seth Moulton beats Richard Tisei in run for 6th District seat ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Voters in the state will select their first new governor in eight years. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Scott Brown conceded the race for US Senate in New Hampshire in remarks in Manchester. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Lt. Gov. nominee Steve Kerrigan said Martha Coakley woudl speak on Wednesday. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff The crowd at Martha Coakley’s event at the Fairmont Copley Hotel in Boston. STephan Savoia/Associated Press Charlie Baker watched results come in with his daughter Caroline, his wife Lauren, and his son Charlie Baker 5th. Josh Reynolds/Associated Press Maura Healy spoke after winning election as attorney general. John Blanding/Globe STaff Seth Moulton arrived at his victory party at a hotel in Salem. MAtthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Richard Tisei is seen before his concession speech in the 6th District race. John Blanding/Globe STaff Voters in North Andover. Joanne Rathe/Globe STaff Scott Brown thanked a volunteer at his Manchester, N.H., headquarters an hour before polls closed. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Kate Hanrahan held a sign near the Old South Church on Boylston Street in Boston. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff George Kearan, 3, waited while his grandmother, Barbara Daley, voted in West Roxbury. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Ballot question signs were posted outside a polling station in West Roxbury. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Deborah Branting, left, held a sign at Boston’s Old South Church. Wendy Maeda/Globe STaff Voters cast their ballots at the Curley Community Center in South Boston. Wendy Maeda/Globe STaff A sign on the bottle bill expansion question was seen in South Boston. Suzanne Kreiter/globe Staff Kevin Coogan held a sign about Question 3 outside of a polling station in Everett. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff A sign at the Old South Church on Boylston Street in Boston. wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Maria Moscaritolo voted at the Sammy Gentile Memorial Recreation Center in Everett. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff Dorothy Martin made the voting process more colorful in Everett by bringing in patriotic-themed items. Wendy Maeda (left) and Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff Charlie Baker voted in Swampscott, while Martha Coakley cast her vote in West Medford. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff Coakley greeted supporters outside of the station. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff The West Medford Fire Station was busy in the early hours of voting on Tuesday. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Baker got a big hug from a supporter in Swampscott. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff The polling station on Monument Avenue in Swampscott was also busy this morning. Adrienne Lavidor-Berman/Globe Staff Voters lined up to cast their ballots at the John F. Kennedy Elementary School in Somerville. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff “It feels good to vote for Martha Coakley,” said Governor Patrick, after casting his ballot in Milton.