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Special Congressional Election - How Did Lexington Vote?

See how Lexington residents voted in the special state election to fill former Congressman Ed Marky's seat.

Candidates were Democratic candidate Katherine Clark, a state senator who lives in Melrose, Republican candidate Frank Addivinola , a Boston lawyer and Independent candidate, James Hall, an attorney from Arlington.
Candidates were Democratic candidate Katherine Clark, a state senator who lives in Melrose, Republican candidate Frank Addivinola , a Boston lawyer and Independent candidate, James Hall, an attorney from Arlington.

As reported by Patch, State Senator Katherine Clark will be the new Fifth District U.S. Representative. The Associated Press called the race just after 8:40 p.m. Tuesday night.

Lexington with with the district in this election. See how Lexington voted in the Special State Election in the 'preliminary' results posted by the Lexington Town Clerk. 

CANDIDATES

-Frank Addivinola Jr. (Republican):  744

-Katherine M. Clark (Democrat):  2951 

-James Aulenti (Independent):  36 

-James O. Hall (Justice, Peace, Security party):  19

Total voter turnout: 17 percent (out of 21,674 registered voters)

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