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2010 Massachusetts Elections

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Question 1 (repeal alcohol sales tax):
Yes: 51.7 %
No: 48.3 %

Question 2 (repeal housing permit option):
Yes: 41.5 %
No: 58.5 %

Question 3 (cut sales tax to 3 %):
Yes: 42.9 %
No: 57.1 %

Suzanne Bump (D) 48.4 %
Mary Connaughton (R) 56.5 %

Called Races:
>> Massachusetts Governor: Deval Patrick (D)
      Patrick: 49.2 % | Baker: 41.3 % | Cahill: 8.2 % | Stein: 1.4 %
>> 10th Congressional District: Bill Keating (D)
>> 5th Congressional District: Niki Tsongas (D)
>> 6th Congressional District: John Tierney (D)
>> 4th Congressional District: Barney Frank (D)
>> 9th Congressional District: Stephen Lynch (D)
>> 1st Congressional District: John Olver (D)
>> 8th Congressional District: Mike Capuano (D)
>> Treasurer: Steve Grossman (D)
>> Attorney General: Martha Coakley (D)
>> Secretary of State: Bill Galvin (D)

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PBS Newshour Election Night Special
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Join PBS Newshour for an election night LIVE webcast special airing 10pm-11pm ET and a special broadcast 11pm-12am ET on-air and online, both anchored by Jim Lehrer. This two-hour special will feature results updates, the analysis of Mark Shields and David Brooks, the insights of David Chalian and Stu Rothenberg, and reports from key locations around the country.