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2022 Mass. general election

Mass. governor

Update in 16

Maura Healey

Maura Healey

1,545,433 votes63.5%

Geoff Diehl
848,488 votes
34.9%
Kevin Reed
38,497 votes
1.6%

99% Reporting

DemocratsDem
RepublicansGOP
IndependentInd
No results
Attorney general

Update in 16

Andrea Campbell

Andrea Campbell

1,501,940 votes62.6%

James McMahon
897,679 votes
37.4%
Secretary of state

Update in 15

William Galvin

William Galvin

1,627,202 votes67.5%

Rayla Campbell
713,891 votes
29.6%
Juan Sanchez
69,331 votes
2.9%
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U.S. Midterm Elections

Update in 16

Dem.

48

GOP

49

U.S. Senate

Dem

48(+1)

GOP

49(-1)

Ind

2(+0)

Undecided

1

Update in 16

Dem.

213

GOP

220

U.S. House

218 seats for the majority

Dem

213(-9)

GOP

220(+8)

Ind

0(+0)

Undecided

2

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