The Associated Press anticipates that Democrat Maura Healey will compete against Republican Geoff Diehl in the November election for governor of Massachusetts. We see the Live Updates for Massachusetts Primary Elections 2022.
According to Tuesday’s primary election results in Massachusetts, a Republican supported by former President Donald Trump will compete against a former attorney general who frequently sued the Trump administration.
Tuesday at 8 p.m., most localities closed their polls and results tallying started right after. By 10 p.m., enough votes had been tallied to allow for the calling of several statewide contests.
However, Barnstable voters were permitted to continue casting ballots until midnight. Because election authorities were unable to access the ballots and open polling stations on time due to a broken vault. It will be necessary to manually count a large number of the votes cast in that town.
Top Election Outcomes
- The Democratic candidate for governor is expected to be AG Maura Healey. The election was called early in part due to the withdrawal of her rival.
- Former presidential candidate Donald Trump’s endorsement Republican Geoff Diehl will no longer be running for governor, according to the AP.
- Kim Driscoll, the mayor of Salem, won the Democratic selection for lieutenant governor.
- Healey is stepping down from her position as advocate general to run for higher office. It is anticipated that Andrea Campbell will win the Democratic primary. She will take on Republican trial lawyer Jay McMahon. Who previously lost to Healey.
- Democratic mandatory and longtime Secretary of State William Galvin overcame a battle to be nominated for Massachusetts further eight years in that position.
- The AP predicts that Boston City Councilor Ricardo Arroyo will lose to Kevin Hayden in the Democratic primary for Suffolk District Attorney.