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Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth - Elections Division
2002 Massachusetts Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: 9/17/02,
List of State Parties,
Governor, 51% in '98, 1st term,
St. Treas. Shannon P. O'Brien (D) 32.6%, ex-St. Sen. / ex-Labor Sec. Robert B. Reich (D) 24.8%, St. Sen. Thomas F. Birmingham (D) 24.2%, 1998 Lt. Gov. nominee Warren Tolman (D) 17.7%, former DNC Chair Steve Grossman (D) withdrew 0.8%, 1994 Senate nominee / businessman Williard Mitt Romney (R), 2000 Senate nominee / 1998 St. Auditor nominee Carla A. Howell (L), internist Jill E. Stein (G),
Lt. Governor - Tied with Gov., Jane Maria Swift (R) became Acting Governor,
venture capitalist / '98 congressional candidate Christopher F. Gabrieli (D) 46.2%, ex-St. Sen. Lois Pines (D) 31.1%, St. Rep. John P. Slattery (D) 22.7%, state party chair Kerry M. Healey (R) 64.3%, '90 Senate nominee / ex-GOP state chair James Rappaport (R) 35.7%, mechanical designer Richard P. Aucoin (L), Anthony F. "Tony" Lorenzen (G),
Attorney General,
Thomas F. Reilly (D), No Republican
Secretary of Commonwealth,
William F. Galvin (D), 2000 Senate nominee / ex-Eastern Airline executive Jack E. Robinson, III (R),
Treasurer, Shannon P. O'Brien (D) running for Governor,
Co. Treasurer Timothy P. Cahill (D) 35.7%, ex-St. Rep. James W. Segel (D) 24.1%, Boston Councilor Steven J. Murphy (D) 21.7%, St. Rep. Michael P. Cahill (D) 18.5%, registrar of motor vehicles Daniel A. Grabauskas (R) 53.3%, businessman Bruce A. Herzfelder (R) 46.7%, software engineer Jamie O'Keefe (G),
Auditor,
A. Joseph DeNucci (D), No Republican Kamal Jain (L),
Senator, 52.2% in 96, 2nd term,
John F. Kerry (D), No Republican, 2000 Senate nominee / ex-Eastern Airline executive Jack E. Robinson, III (R/WI), speechwriter / '98 Nevada Senate nominee Michael E. Cloud (L), National Voting Rights Institute founder John Bonifaz (I),
1st Congressional District, 68.2% in '00, 6th term
John W. Olver (D), businessman Matthew W. "Matt" Kinnaman (R), prof. / '96 VP nominee Eric T. Chester (S),
2nd Congressional District, unopposed in '00, 7th term
Richard E. Neal (D), No Republican
3rd Congressional District, unopposed in '00, 3rd term
James Patrick McGovern (D), No Republican
4th Congressional District, 75.0% in '00, 11th term
Barney Frank (D), No Republican
5th Congressional District, unopposed in '00, 5th term,
Martin T. Meehan (D), businessman Charles J. "Chuck" McCarthy, Jr. (R) 56.5%, consulting actuary / '00 Democratic candidate Thomas P. Tierney (R) 43.5%, Ilana Freedman (L),
6th Congressional District, 71.1% in '00, 3rd term
John F. Tierney (D), PI Mark C. Smith (R),
7th Congressional District, unopposed in '00, 13th term
Edward J. Markey (D) 84.9%, peace activist / attorney James O. "Jim" Hall (D) 15.1%, No Republican
8th Congressional District, unopposed in '00, 2nd term
Michael E. Capuano (D), No Republican
9th Congressional District, 65.2% in '01 special election, 1st term,
St. Sen. Stephen F. Lynch (D) 80.6%, LaRouchite / '01 candidate William A. Ferguson, Jr. (D) 19.4%, No Republican
10th Congressional District, 74.5% in '00, 3rd term
William D. Delahunt (D), software consultant Luis "Lou" Gonzaga (R),

1. Key to Massachusetts Political Parties:
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green-Rainbow Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party
(S) = Socialist Party


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