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1950 Massachusetts general election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Massachusetts general election was held on November 7, 1950 in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

The election included:

Democratic and Republican candidates were selected in party primaries held on September 19, 1950.

Statewide elections

Governor

Democratic incumbent Paul A. Dever was reelected over Republican Arthur W. Coolidge, Socialist Labor candidate Horace Hillis, and Prohibition candidate Mark R. Shaw.

Lieutenant Governor

Democratic incumbent Charles F. Sullivan was reelected over Republican Laurence Curtis and Socialist Labor candidate Lawrence Gilfedder.

Attorney General

Incumbent Francis E. Kelly Attorney General defeated Benjamin F. Chesky, Eli Y. Krovitsky, Isadore H. Y. Muchnick in the Democratic primary and Republican Frederick Ayer Jr., Socialist Workers candidate Anthony Martin, and Prohibition candidate Howard B. Rand in the general election.

1950 Massachusetts Attorney General Democratic Primary[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Francis E. Kelly 292,450 76.74%
Democratic Isadore H. Y. Muchnick 60,708 15.94%
Democratic Benjamin F. Chesky 15,416 4.04%
Democratic Eli Y. Krovitsky 12,471 3.27%
1950 Massachusetts Attorney General Republican Primary[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Frederick Ayer Jr. 117,256 34.94%
Republican George Fingold 101,037 30.11%
Republican Edward Butterworth 60,738 18.10%
Republican Edwin W. Hadley 36,534 10.88%
Republican Frank F. Walters 19,971 5.95%
Write-in 2 0.00%
1950 Massachusetts Attorney General Election[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Francis E. Kelly 957,262 51.87%
Republican Frederick Ayer Jr. 868,871 47.08%
Socialist Labor Anthony Martin 13,237 0.71%
Prohibition Howard B. Rand 5,888 0.31%
Write-in 8 0.00%

Secretary of the Commonwealth

Incumbent Secretary of the Commonwealth Edward J. Cronin defeated Anthony L. Bruno, Stephen J. Carr, Martin Graham, Paul V. Shaughnessy, Alfred L. Smith, Alfred R. Vitale, and John F. Welch in the Democratic primary and Republican Russell A. Wood, Socialist Labor candidate Fred M. Ingersoll, and Prohibition candidate Ellsworth J. M. Dickson in the general election.

1950 Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth Democratic Primary[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Edward J. Cronin 190,380 52.97%
Democratic Stephen J. Carr 38,418 10.69%
Democratic Paul V. Shaughnessy 36,085 10.04%
Democratic Anthony L. Bruno 31,277 8.70%
Democratic John F. Welch 22,063 6.13%
Democratic Alfred R. Vitale 18,796 5.23%
Democratic Alfred L. Smith 12,369 3.43%
Democratic Martin Graham 10,053 2.79%
Write-in 1 0.00%
1950 Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth Republican Primary[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Russell A. Wood 84,052 25.77%
Republican Randall W. "Ranny" Weeks 61,931 18.99%
Republican John Adams 55,637 17.06%
Republican William B. Bailey 49,589 15.20%
Republican Douglas Lawson 35,696 10.94%
Republican Henry Clay 23,931 7.33%
Republican Ada F. York 15,238 4.67%
1950 Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth Election[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Edward J. Cronin 1,004,632 54.89%
Republican Russell A. Wood 801,162 43.78%
Socialist Labor Fred M. Ingersoll 13,398 0.73%
Prohibition Ellsworth J. M. Dickson 10,743 0.58%
Write-in 2 0.00%

Treasurer and Receiver-General

Incumbent Treasurer and Receiver-General John E. Hurley defeated Republican Fred J. Burrell, Socialist Labor candidate Henning A. Blomen, and Prohibition candidate Harold J. Ireland in the general election.

1950 Massachusetts Treasurer and Receiver-General Republican Primary[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Fred J. Burrell 194,784 59.00%
Republican Roy C. Papalia 135,321 40.99%
Write-in 1 0.00%
1950 Massachusetts Treasurer and Receiver-General Election[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic John E. Hurley 1,101,367 60.27%
Republican Fred J. Burrell 702,604 38.45%
Socialist Labor Henning A. Blomen 11,968 0.65%
Prohibition Harold J. Ireland 11,289 0.61%
Write-in 17 0.00%

Auditor

Incumbent Auditor Thomas J. Buckley defeated Republican William G. Andrew, Socialist Labor candidate Francis A. Votano, and Prohibition candidate Robert A. Simmons in the general election.

1950 Massachusetts State Auditor Republican Primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican William G. Andrew 238,762 86.02%
Republican Warren A. Rood 38,797 13.97%
Write-in 1 0.00%
1950 Massachusetts Auditor General Election[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Thomas J. Buckley 1,082,350 59.21%
Republican William G. Andrew 724,058 39.61%
Socialist Labor Francis A. Votano 13,498 0.73%
Prohibition Robert A. Simmons 7,844 0.42%
Write-in 2 0.00%

References

  1. ^ Massachusetts Election Statistics 1950. p. 60.
  2. ^ Massachusetts Election Statistics 1950. p. 169.
  3. ^ a b c d Massachusetts Election Statistics 1950. p. 5.
  4. ^ Massachusetts Election Statistics 1950. p. 54.
  5. ^ Massachusetts Election Statistics 1950. p. 150.
  6. ^ Massachusetts Election Statistics 1950. p. 157.
  7. ^ Massachusetts Election Statistics 1950. p. 163.
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