2012 Marlborough ELECTION RESULTSRace Democratic Candidates Results Republican Candidates Results U.S. President
Obama-Biden9576 Romney-Ryan 6867
Elizabeth Warren8046 Scott Brown 8643
U.S. Congress District 5
Niki Tsongas10421 John Golnik
MA Middlesex and Worcester Senate District James Eldridge 9818 Dean Cavaretta 5336 MA House District 4
Danielle Gregoire 5765 Steven Levy 5247 Answer Results Answer Results Question 1: 'Right to Repair' Yes 12633 No 2141 Question 2: Prescription of Life-Ending Medication Yes 7758 No 8157 Question 3: Medical Marijuana Yes 9864 No 5899
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Scott Brown (R), Elizabeth Warren (D): U.S. Senate
Scott Brown has represented Massachusetts in the U.S. Senate since a January 2010 special election held to fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by the late Ted Kennedy. Brown defeated state Attorney General Martha Coakley with 1,168,107 votes, or 51.9 percent, to her 1,058,682 votes, or 47.1 percent.
Niki Tsongas (D), Candidate Jon Golnik (R): 5th Congressional District
Rep. Tsongas faces Golnik for the newly created Fifth Congressional District. James McGovern previously represente the city before redistricting. Rep. Tsongas has been a representative since 2007, when she won a special election to replace Marty Meehan, who resigned to be Chancellor of the University of Massachusetts at Lowell.
She faces off against Jon Golnik, a Republican from Carlisle.
In 2010, Tsongas defeated Golnik by a margin of 54 to 42 percent.
State Senator James Eldridge (D), Dean Cavaretta (R): Mass. Middlesex and Worcester District.
Sen. Eldridge has been in the position since January of 2009.
State Rep. Steven Levy (R), Danielle Gregoire (D): Mass. 4th Middlesex District.
Gregoire is attempting to take back a seat she held from 2009 through 2010 and lost to Rep. Levy by a margin of 100 votes.