Who Won Massachusetts Elections in 2014?
Incumbent Governor Deval Patrick did not run for re-election. Republican Charlie Baker won his seat narrowly over Martha Coakley.
Democrat U.S. Senator Ed Markey won his first full term over Brian Herr.
Incumbent Congressman John Tierney lost the nomination for re-election to Seth Moulton, who went on to win the general election.
All the other Congressional elections were won by the incumbents, and many were unopposed.
|1st District||Richard Neal||DEM||Incumbent||73.8%|
|2nd District||Jim McGovern||DEM||Incumbent||71.9%|
|3rd District||Niki Tsongas||DEM||Incumbent||60.3%|
|4th District||Joe Kennedy III||DEM||Incumbent||72.1%|
|5th District||Katherine Clark||DEM||Incumbent||71.0%|
|6th District||Seth Moulton||DEM||53.6%|
|7th District||Mike Capuano||DEM||Incumbent||80.7%|
|8th District||Stephen Lynch||DEM||Incumbent||76.6%|
|9th District||William Keating||DEM||Incumbent||53.1%|