ELECTION 2018

Keep up with local, regional and national coverage of the mid-term elections. Be sure to take a look at NEPR's Massachusetts General Election Voter Guide 2018.

From left, Jamie Guerin, Juan Sanchez, and Edward Stamas.
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Once the election results are certified, the Massachusetts Green-Rainbow party expects to be official again, now that two of its three statewide candidates passed a voter threshold.

Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal speaks to reporters in the lobby of the federal courthouse in Springfield on November 7, 2018.
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A pair of members of Congress from Massachusetts are set up well for the next couple years.

Rep. Richard Neal, left, and Rep. Jim McGovern in file photos.
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In Massachusetts, it didn't take a wave to turn the state's representation in Congress blue. But the all-Democrat Congressional delegation might be poised to take advantage of the Republican washout in ways few other state delegations can.

A crush of voters turned out Tuesday in Massachusetts and around the country to vent their pent up frustration from the 2016 election, and deliver a partial verdict on President Donald Trump's first two years in office.

From left, Andrea Harrington and Paul Caccaviello.
Nancy Eve Cohen / NEPR

In Berkshire County, the Democratic nominee for district attorney, Andrea Harrington, has declared victory. But her opponent, incumbent DA Paul Caccaviello, is not conceding.

Connecticut’s next governor will be Democrat Ned Lamont. Republican Bob Stefanowski conceded the race to his opponent just before 9:00 a.m.

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