State & Presidential Election Unofficial Results November 6, 2012

Unofficial Results do not include Write-In, Auxiliary, Overseas Absentee or Provisional Ballots.

Electors of President and Vice President

Johnson and Gray, Libertarian 550
Obama and Biden, Democratic 41,991
Romney and Ryan, Republican 5,340
Stein and Honkala, Green-Rainbow 906

Senator in Congress

Scott P. Brown, Republican 7,463
Elizabeth A. Warren, Democratic 41,127

Representative in Congress

Fifth District

Edward J. Markey, Democratic 21,048
Tom Tierney, Republican 2,297

Seventh District

Michael E. Capuano, Democratic 19,641
Karla Romero, Independent 2,690

Councillor

Sixth District

Terrence W. Kennedy, Democratic 38,657

Senator in General Court

Middlesex and Suffolk District

Sal N. DiDomenico, Democratic 18,915

First Suffolk and Middlesex District

Anthony W. Petruccelli, Democratic 6,775
Thomas J. Dooley, III, Republican 801

Second Middlesex District

Patricia D. Jehlen, Democratic 12,640

Representative in General Court

24th Middlesex District

Tommasina Anne Olson, Republican 177
David M. Rogers, Democratic 2,169
James F. Gammill, Open Innovative Government 207

25th Middlesex District

Marjorie C. Decker, Democratic 14,997

26th Middlesex District

Timothy J. Toomey, Jr., Democratic 7,752
Thomas Michael Vasconcelos, Republican 596
Mike Connolly, Progressive Independent 2,855

29th Middlesex District

Jonathan Hecht, Democratic 7,361

8th Suffolk

Martha Marty Walz, Democratic 5,053

Clerk of Courts

Middlesex County

Michael A. Sullivan, Democratic 38,629

Register of Deeds

Middlesex Southern District

Maria C. Curtatone, Democratic 37,423

Sheriff

Middlesex County (to fill vacancy)

Peter J. Koutoujian, Democratic 34,430
Ernesto M. Petrone, Unenrolled 4,596

Statewide Ballot Questions

For full text of the statewide ballot questions (questions 1-3), please see http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/ele12/ballot_questions_12/message12.htm

Question 1: Availability of Motor Vehicle Repair Information

Yes 35,841
No 4,715

Question 2: Prescribing Medication to End Life

Yes 30,909
No 14,639

Question 3: Medical Use of Marijuana

Yes 36,063
No 9,564

Non-Binding Public Policy Questions

Question #4:

Shall the state senator from this district be instructed to vote in favor of a resolution calling upon Congress and the President to: (1) prevent cuts to Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and Veterans benefits, or to housing, food and unemployment assistance; (2) create and protect jobs by investing in manufacturing, schools, housing, renewable energy, transportation and other public services; (3) provide new revenues for these purposes and to reduce the long-term federal deficit by closing corporate tax loopholes, ending offshore tax havens, and raising taxes on incomes over $250,000; and (4) redirect military spending to these domestic needs by reducing the military budget, ending the war in Afghanistan and bringing U.S. troops home safely now?

Yes 32,812
No 7,134

Question #5 (Wd 1, Wd 2 Pct 1, Wd 3, Wd 4 Pct 2, Wd 6, Wd 7, Wd 8, Wd 9, Wd 10, Wd 11)

Shall the state senator from this district be instructed to vote in favor of legislation that would allow the state to regulate and tax marijuana in the same manner as alcohol?

Yes 25,944
No 7,294

Question #5 (Wd 2 Pcts 2&3, Wd 4 Pcts 1&3, Wd 5)
Question #6 (Wd 1, Wd 2 Pct 1, Wd 3, Wd 4 Pct 2, Wd 6, Wd 7, Wd 8, Wd 9, Wd 10, Wd 11)

Shall the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of a resolution calling upon Congress to propose an amendment to the U.S. constitution affirming that (1) corporations are not entitled to the constitutional rights of human beings, and (2) both Congress and the states may place limits on political contributions and political spending?

Yes 39,206
No 5,872

Question #7 (Wd 9, Wd 10 Pct 3, Wd 11)

Shall the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of a resolution calling upon Congress and the President to: (1) prevent cuts to Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and Veterans benefits, or to housing, food and unemployment assistance; (2) create and protect jobs by investing in manufacturing, schools, housing, renewable energy, transportation and other public services; (3) provide new revenues for these purposes and to reduce the long-term federal deficit by closing corporate tax loopholes, ending offshore tax havens, and raising taxes on incomes over $250,000; and (4) redirect military spending to these domestic needs by reducing the military budget, ending the war in Afghanistan and bringing U.S. troops home safely now?

Yes 7,805
No 1,720

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