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.

Marie Angelides (left), and Cheryl Coakley-Rivera are candidates for Hampden County Register of Deeds
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In the only competitive county-wide seat in Massachusetts' Hampden County, Republican Marie Angelides and Democrat Cheryl Coakley-Rivera are both vying for the position of Register of Deeds.

From left, Andrea Harrington and Paul Caccaviello.
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Typically, voters pay close attention to a race for governor or senator, but a district attorney? Not so much. But that's the case this year in Berkshire County, where violent and drug-related crimes are big concerns.

From left, Anne Gobi and Steven Hall.
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There's just one state Senate race involving towns in western Massachusetts on Election Day: the district that includes parts of eastern Hampden and Hampshire Counties.

Several rows of sign-holders greet voters as they drove down the driveway to White Brook Middle School in Easthampton.
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Early voting in Massachusetts ended on Friday, and Election Day is nearly upon us. 

Team Hayes brought out the bullhorn. A League of Women Voters debate was starting in an hour in Danbury, Conn., so a crew of volunteers set up on the side of the road, waving campaign signs at passing cars and chanting about change.

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