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Edward Markey

Edward MarkeyDeclared Winner

55.4%766,134 votes

Joseph Kennedy
44.6%617,061 votes

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Jake Auchincloss

Jake AuchinclossDeclared Winner

22.4%34,971 votes

Jesse Mermell
21.1%32,938 votes

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