Who Won Massachusetts Elections in 2006?
The Democrats pulled off a clean sweep in the 2006 Massachusetts elections. Deval Patrick (pictured) won the open Governor's seat over Kerry Healey, and Ted Kennedy won yet another term as a Massachusetts Senator when he defeated challenger Ken Chase.
All the Democratic incumbents ran for and won re-election to the House of Representatives. Five of them ran unopposed - Richard Neal, James McGovern, Barney Frank, Marty Meehan, and Edward Markey.
|1st District||John Olver||DEM||Incumbent||71.9%|
|2nd District||Richard Neal||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|3rd District||Jim McGovern||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|4th District||Barney Frank||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|5th District||Marty Meehan||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|6th District||John F Tierney||DEM||Incumbent||66.4%|
|7th District||Ed Markey||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|8th District||Mike Capuano||DEM||Incumbent||78.7%|
|9th District||Stephen Lynch||DEM||Incumbent||72.2%|
|10th District||Bill Delahunt||DEM||Incumbent||62.1%|