List Of Elections In Massachusetts
This is an incomplete list of recent Elections in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts sorted both by offices sought and by years held.
Elections are administered by the individual municipalities. There is some oversight by the Secretary of the Commonwealth and the Office of Campaign and Political Finance.
Individual elections are listed with the winner.
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