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A man wearing a stars and stripes hat votes in the primary election at a polling station in Epping, New Hamphire, U.S., February 11, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Election

Massachusetts 2020 Vote

When it’s all said and done, it is expected that 3.6 million have been cast in Massachusetts.

Here are some of the notable Hispanic – Latino winners in the record setting Election Day turnout:

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To represent the 2nd Suffolk District in the MA State Senate,
Sonia Rosa Chang-Diaz ran & won unopposed.
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Adam Gomez won an unopposed election
to represent the Hampden District in the MA State Senate.
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For the 14th Suffolk District, Rob Consalvo ran & won unopposed.
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Jon Santiago was elected to represent the 9th Suffolk District. He ran unopposed.
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Liz Miranda ran unopposed for the MA House of Reps representing the 5th Suffolk District.
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For the 1st Suffolk District, Adrian C. Madaro ran & won unopposed.
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Carlos Gonzales was elected to represent the 10th Hampden District. He ran unopposed.
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For the 16th Essex District, Marcos A. Devers ran & won unopposed.
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Andres X. Vargas ran unopposed to represent the 3rd Essex District.
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Antonio F.D. Cabral was elected to represent the 13th Bristol District. He ran unopposed.
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Alan Silvia ran unopposed for re-election
MA House of Reps representing the 7th Bristol District.
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For the 9th Hampden District, Orlando Ramos
takes the win against opponent Robert J. Underwood.
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For the 37th Middlesex District, Danilo Sena takes the win against opponent Catherine Clark.

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