UPDATED Sept. 8: The Town of Arlington has released its unofficial election results for contested races in the primary election on Tuesday. Sept. 6.
According to the town clerk, 32.5 percent, or 10,461, of Arlington’s 32,120 registered voters cast ballots in the Sept. 6 election. The results:
Sonia Chang-Diaz: 928
Maura Healey: 8,160
Kimberley Driscoll: 3,933
Tami Gouveia: 2,282
Eric P. Lesser: 2,346
Andrea Campbell: 5,380
Shannon Liss-Riordan: 2,385
Quentin Palfrey: 1,140
Secretary of State
William Galvin: 5,396
Tanisha Sullivan: 3,597
Christopher Dempsey: 4,631
Diana DiZoglio: 3,622
Marilyn Petitto Devaney: 3,752
Mara Dolan: 4,033
Geoff Diehl: 564
Chris Doughty: 640
Leah Allen: 501
Kate Campanale: 544
Facing off in the November general election for governor will be Democrat Maura Healey and Republican Geoff Diehl. Other winners:
Lieutenant governor: Kim Driscoll (D) and Leah Allen (R)*;
Attorney general: Andrea Campbell (D) and Jay McMahon (R)
Secretary of state: William Galvin (D) and Rayla Campbell (R);
Auditor: Diana DiZoglio (D) and Anthony Amore (R).
*Allen leads Kate Campanale, though the race had not yet been called as of 7:30 a.m. Sept. 7.
In Arlington, in-person voters noted that it was the first day of classes at local public schools, and a town announcement advised voters to follow signs to enter each building. The voter entry pattern was different this year for the Stratton and Bishop elementary schools. At Stratton, voters entered on the playground side and at Bishop at the front door.
The deadline to return vote-by-mail ballots was 8 p.m., when the polls closed.
Visit the elections & voting page for updates.
2022 election information from town website
This news announcement based on information from Town Clerk Juli Brazile was published Wednesday, July 20, 2022, and updated Sept. 8, 2022.
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