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Joe Boncore wins Democratic nod for First Suffolk and Middlesex Senate seat

NorthEndWaterfront.com has the results for the First Suffolk and Middlesex race. There are no Republicans running in the May 10 final - for the right to serve until this November's election.

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Rizzo came in an impressive close second, Livingstone in third, Edwards in fourth, Kwuong in 5th, there will be another election in 5 months it's not over for these candidates.

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DFER gave him a ton of dark money. Nice blog of the on-the-ground impact of dark money on elections here in MA.

http://blogs.wgbh.org/masspoliticsprofs/2016/4/11/dark-money-1st-suffolk...

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As a candidate for public office, I have no comment.

As a frequent user of social media, I estimate that Joe Boncore is the most-successful Massachusetts candidate with the least number of Twitter followers: 139.

https://twitter.com/joeboncore

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How low was voter turnout?... What percent of voters voted?...

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The answers you seek are in the actual post linked to here. Amazing what you can find on the internet.

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Where in the post is it?... what paragraph?

A friendly response did turn up with
12.31% of Boston Voters voted?...
13.07% of Cambridge Voters voted?...
27.31% of Winthrop Voters voted?...
21.29% of Revere Voters voted?...

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