Unofficial Results – November 6, 2018 State Election

Please note that these unofficial totals are subject to change.

  • Elected Officials

  • Ballot Questions

Senator in Congress

Elizabeth A. Warren (Democratic) 30,340
Geoff Diehl (Republican) 3,638
Shiva Ayyadurai (Independent) 802

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Baker and Polito (Republican) 12,162
Gonzalez and Palfrey (Democratic) 22,353

Attorney General

Maura Healey (Democratic) 31,381
James R. McMahon, III (Republican) 3,064

Secretary of State

William Francis Galvin (Democratic) 29,296
Anthony M. Amore (Republican) 2,552
Juan G. Sanchez, Jr. (Green-Rainbow) 2,320

Treasurer

Deborah B. Goldberg (Democratic) 28,985
Keiko M. Orrall (Republican) 3,000
Jamie M. Guerin (Green-Rainbow) 1,798

Auditor

Suzanne M. Bump (Democratic) 27,319
Helen Brady (Republican) 3,088
Daniel Fishman  (Libertarian) 1,505
Edward J. Stamas (Green-Rainbow) 1,621

Representative in Congress

Ayanna S. Pressley (Democratic) 31,206

Councilor

Terrence W. Kennedy (Democratic) 29,986
Vincent Lawrence Dixon (Unenrolled) 1,956

Senator in General Court

Patricia D. Jehlen (Democratic) 31,077

Representative in General Court – 26th Middlesex District

Mike Connolly (Democratic) 4,725

Representative in General Court – 27th Middlesex District

Denise Provost (Democratic) 18,293

Representative in General Court – 34th Middlesex District

Christine P. Barber (Democratic) 7,933

District Attorney

Marian T. Ryan (Democratic) 30,407

Clerk of Courts

Michael A. Sullivan (Democratic) 30,472

Register of Deeds

Maria C. Curtatone (Democratic) 28,658

 

Question 1

This proposed law would limit how many patients could be assigned to each registered nurse in Massachusetts hospitals and certain other healthcare facilities. (Learn More)

Yes

Limit the number of patients that can be assigned to one registered nurse in hospitals and certain other health care facilities.

14,267

No

Make no change in current laws relative to patient-to-nurse limits.

19,418

Question 2

This proposed law would create a citizens commission to consider and recommend potential amendments to the United States Constitution to establish that corporations do not have the same Constitutional rights as human beings and that campaign contributions and expenditures may be regulated. (Learn More)

Yes

Create a citizens commission to advance an amendment to the United States Constitution to limit the influence of money in elections and establish that corporations do not have the same rights as human beings.

30,032

No

Do not create this commission.

4,136

Question 3

This law prohibits discrimination based on gender identity in a person’s admission to or treatment in any place of public accommodation. The law requires any such place that has separate areas for males and females (such as restrooms) to allow access to and full use of those areas consistent with a person’s gender identity. The law also prohibits the owner or manager of a place of public accommodation from using advertising or signage that discriminates on the basis of gender identity. (Learn More)

Yes

Keep in place the current law, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender identity in places of public accommodation.

30,517

No

Repeal this provision of the public accommodation law.

3,886

 

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