Sept. 4 primary results: Massachusetts

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Tuesday’s primary is delivered in another political upset, setting the stage for the first black woman to represent Massachusetts in Congress.


Gubernatorial primary results:

Republican Gov. Charlie Baker earned his party’s nomination in the Tuesday primary, and defeated Scott Lively, a conservative minister and strong supporter of President Donald Trump, when he tries, his second term in office.


(FILE – Republican Gov. Charlie Baker will square off with Democratic candidate Jay Gonzalez in November, when he hopes to re-election for a second term.)

On the Democratic side, Jay Gonzalez, his party won the primary extrusion Robert Massie – a longtime political and environmental activist who has had to fight to raise cash for his campaign.

Both Baker and Gonzalez have a similar background, to work as a Secretary of state for administration and Finance under your party’s Governor, while also leading for a health insurance after leaving politics. They will square off in November.

GOP Primary – Charlie Baker (Incumbent) votes: 154,874 votes percentage: 64.1%

The Primary – Jay Gonzalez Votes: 315,665 Votes Percentage: 64.8%

The U.S. Senate primary results:

The democratic US Sen. Elizabeth Warren had primary and no Challenger in Tuesday, and will face Republican state Rep. Geoff Diehl defeated two other GOP opponents, to overthrow a chance, Warren in November.

The GOP will have a hard time to defeat Warren, who is also widely considered to be a candidate in the 2020 presidential race, as in Massachusetts is strong against Trump and the Republicans to less than 11 percent of the voters.


(FILE – It will be a tough fight in November for the Republican to try and unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who had no Challenger in Tuesday’s primary.)

Warren has previously said she is not running for President.

GOP Primary – Geoff Diehl votes: 126,364 votes percentage: 54.8%

The Primary – Elizabeth Warren UNDISPUTED

The US house of representatives

Ayanna Pressley, a progressive candidate supported by the democratic, socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, delivered another political force, on Tuesday, the victory over 10-term incumbent Rep. Michael Capuano in the state of s 7. Congressional District.

Pressley’s victory comes on the heels of Ocasio-Cortez upset over longtime Rep. Joe Crowley, D-N. Y, in a primary earlier this year, and is another indication for the changing of the guard within the Democratic party in search of a more younger and diverse base.

There is no Republican Challenger on the November ballot, essentially guaranteeing the 44-year-old Massachusetts became the first black woman to serve in Congress.

Boston city Councilor Ayanna Pressley, who has the support of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defeated longtime Rep. Michael Capuano Tuesday in the elementary school.


Here are the unofficial results for all the 9 Congress districts elections, the primaries on Tuesday:

District 1: The Primary – Richard E. Neal (Incumbent), UNCONTESTED


District 2: The Primary – Jim McGovern UNDISPUTED

GOP Primary – Tracy Lovvorn votes: 14,544 votes percentage: 61.0%

District 3: The Primary – Daniel Koh Votes: 17,199 Votes Percentage: 21.7%

Lori Trahan Votes: 16,555 Votes-Percentage: 20.9%

GOP Primary – Rick Green UNDISPUTED

District 4: The Primary – Joseph P. Kennedy III (Incumbent) votes: 51,319 votes-percentage: 93.4%


District 5: The Primary – Katherine Clark (Incumbent), UNCONTESTED

GOP Primary – John Hugo votes: 11,123 votes percentage: 64.2%

District 6: The Primary, Seth Moulton (Incumbent), UNCONTESTED

GOP Primary – Joseph Schneider UNDISPUTED

District 7: The Primary Ayanna Pressley Votes: 55,743 Votes-Percentage: 58.9%

Michael Capuano (Incumbent) Votes: 38,925 Votes Percentage: 41.1%


District 8: The Primary – Stephen Lynch (Incumbent) Votes: 50,824 Votes Percentage: 70.9%


District 9: The Primary Bill Keating (Incumbent) Votes: 42,408 Votes Percentage: 85.1%

GOP Primary – Peter Tedeschi UNDISPUTED

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Benjamin Brown is a reporter for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bdbrown473.

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