Who Won Massachusetts Elections in 2012?
Incumbent Senator Scott Brown was running for his first full term after winning a special election in 2010, but Democrat Elizabeth Warren unseated him with 54% of the vote.
Democrats once again took all the congressional races. Incumbents were the winner in all districts except for the 4th. Barney Frank, who had represented the 4th since 1981 retired and Joseph Kennedy III won his seat.
Barack Obama won the 11 electoral votes from Massachusetts.
|1st District||Richard Neal||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|2nd District||Jim McGovern||DEM||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|3rd District||Niki Tsongas||DEM||Incumbent||63.3%|
|4th District||Joe Kennedy III||DEM||59.3%|
|5th District||Ed Markey||DEM||Incumbent||70.7%|
|6th District||John F Tierney||DEM||Incumbent||46.4%|
|7th District||Mike Capuano||DEM||Incumbent||73.9%|
|8th District||Stephen Lynch||DEM||Incumbent||71.0%|
|9th District||William Keating||DEM||Incumbent||55.1%|