Massachusetts Elections
 
 
 
2014 Massachusetts Election  
       


Upcoming Primaries
Tuesday, August 5th, 2014
Thursday, August 7th, 2014
Saturday, August 9th, 2014
Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

 


 





Massachusetts


 
 
Electoral Votes:  
  Deval Patrick (D)
 
  Elizabeth Warren (D)
  Ed Markey (D)
   

    The will be held on Tuesday, September 9th, 2014.
    The will be held on Tuesday, September 9th, 2014.
    The will be held on Tuesday, November 4th, 2014.
    The Senate seat currently held by Ed Markey will be up for election in 2014. 
    The gubernatorial seat currently held by Deval Patrick will be up for election in 2014.
    Massachusetts Secretary of State, Division of Elections
    Democratic Party of Massachusetts
    Republican Party of Massachusetts



   Election 2014 The Massachusetts Senate seat to be contested is currently held by democrat Ed Markey.
   2014 Election Ed Markey was sworn in on July 16th, 2013 and is serving his second term in office.
   2014 Election Ed Markey is eligible for re-election in 2014 and has declared his candidacy.



2014 Massachusetts Democratic Primary Senatorial Candidates

Ed Markey

Incumbent U.S. Senator from Massachusetts
Declared Democratic Candidate      Markey campaign website
   
2014 Massachusetts Republican Primary Senatorial Candidates

Frank Addivinola

Businessman, teacher and attorney
Declared Republican Candidate     Addivinola campaign website
 

Brian Herr

Businessman and Chairman of the Board of Selectmen in Hopkinton
Declared Republican Candidate     Herr campaign website
 

Mark Inman

Unknown
Declared Republican Candidate     Inman campaign website
 
 
 
2014 Massachusetts Third Party Senatorial Candidates

Bruce Skarin

Research scientist
Declared Independent Candidate      Skarin campaign website
   

 




   Election 2014 The Massachusetts Gubernatorial seat to be contested is currently held by democrat Deval Patrick.
   2014 Election Deval Patrick was sworn in on January 4th, 2007 and is serving his second term in office.
   2014 Election Deval Patrick is eligible for re-election in 2014 but has announced that he will not run.



2014 Massachusetts Democratic Primary Gubernatorial Candidates

Joseph Avellone

Former surgeon, senior VP of a clinical research and biotech firm
Declared Democratic Candidate      Avellone campaign website
   

Donald Berwick

Former Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
Declared Democratic Candidate      Berwick campaign website
   

Martha Coakley

Massachusetts Attorney General
Declared Democratic Candidate      Coakley campaign website
   

Steve Grossman

Massachusetts State Treasurer
Declared Democratic Candidate      Grossman campaign website
   

Juliette Kayyem

Columnist, lecturer and former Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs
Declared Democratic Candidate      Kayyem campaign website
   

Joe Kennedy

Former U.S. Representative from Massachusetts
Potential Democratic Candidate     
   

Setti Warren

Mayor of Newton
Potential Democratic Candidate     
   
2014 Massachusetts Republican Primary Gubernatorial Candidates

Charlie Baker

Former Sec. of Administration & Finance and Sec. of Health & Human Svcs. (MA)
Declared Republican Candidate      Baker campaign website
 

Mark Fisher

Small businessman and Tea Party member
Declared Republican Candidate      Fisher campaign website
 

Scott Brown

Former U.S. Senator from Massachusetts
Declined Republican Candidate     
 

Richard Tisei

Minority Leader of the Massachusetts Senate
Declined Republican Candidate     
 
 
 
2014 Massachusetts Third Party Gubernatorial Candidates

Evan Falchuk

Founder of the United Independent Party
Declared Independent Candidate      Falchuk campaign website
   

Dr. Scott Lively

Evangelical pastor
Declared Independent Candidate      Lively campaign website
   

Jeff McCormick

Businessman
Declared Independent Candidate      McCormick campaign website
   



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