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State Results

Mass. Governor%
 Declared WinnerRomney (R) 50
 O'Brien (D) 45
 Other 5
99% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


Mass. Senate%
 Declared WinnerKerry* (D) 81
 Cloud (Lib.) 19
99% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


U.S. House Results for Mass.


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In Mass., No Letup in Debate
The rivals in the close Massachusetts governor's race clashed over taxes and their records on corporate accountability in the final television debate of an increasingly bitter and personal campaign.

Mass. Election News
Not Seasick, Not Sleek, Just Ooching (Post, Oct. 5, 2002)

Mass. Governor's Race Hits Sharper Note: Democrat Stumbles Facing Romney in Tougher Fight Than 4-Way Primary Was (Post, Sept. 26, 2002)

O'Brien Winner In Mass. Primary: Romney Awaits Democrat in Governor's Race (Post, Sept. 18, 2002)

O'Brien Beats Well-Known Field in Massachusetts Primary for Governor (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 18, 2002)

Who Will Face Mitt?: Spirited, Expensive Primary Season Comes to an End in Mass. (washingtonpost.com, Sept. 17, 2002; 10:32 AM)

Romney's Rise Raises Stakes for Mass. Democrats (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 13, 2002; 7:20 PM)

A Primary Target in Massachusetts Battle: Democratic, GOP Opponents in Governor's Race Aim Criticism at State Treasurer (Post, Sept. 1, 2002)

Romney Eligible to Run for Governor: Mass. Commission Rules on Residency (Post, June 26, 2002)

Romney Faces Hurdle in Governor's Race (Post, June 21, 2002)

Romney Defends Right to Run in Mass. (Post, June 7, 2002)

Massachusetts Democrats Endorse O'Brien (Post, June 2, 2002)

Kerry's Campaign Video: A Preview of 2004 Bid? (Post, June 2, 2002)

Candidate Claims Grow Like Beanstalks: 5 Mass. Liberals Vie to Face GOP's Romney (Post, May 19, 2002)

Campaign Reform Put to Test in Mass.: Legislators Balking at Cost of Overhaul (Post, April 14, 2002)

Swift Drops Out of Mass. Governor's Race: GOP Applauds Surprise Move, Which Clears Path for Olympics' Romney (Post, March 20, 2002)

The True Measure of a Man: Robert Reich Rises Above the Height Issue in His Run for Governor (Post, March 14, 2002)

Chagrined Massachusetts Gov. Swift Watches Olympic Trial Balloon Rise Over Her Ambitions (Post, March 3, 2002)


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