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2006 Massachusetts Governor's Council election

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Elections for the Massachusetts Governor's Council were last held on November 7, 2006, with all 8 of the seats up for election. The Governor's Council (also known as the Executive Council) of Massachusetts is a popularly elected board which must, among its duties, approve or disapprove of the governor's judicial nominations, pardons, and commutations. The councillors are elected every two years from eight councillor districts across the Commonwealth. The lieutenant governor of Massachusetts serves as an ex officio member.

The 2006 Massachusetts Gubernatorial election was held on the same date as the Council election, as well as other State and Federal elections.

Candidates for Councillor Seats in 2006

  • District 1 (All of Barnstable, Dukes, Nantucket, and portions of Bristol and Plymouth Counties)
    • Democratic Incumbent Carole A. Fiola: 159,286
      • Democratic Challenger Kelly K. Lydon (lost primary election)
    • Republican Challenger Philip C. Paleologos 89,263
    • Unenrolled Candidate Paul Viveros 26,895
  • District 2 (Portions of Bristol, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, and Suffolk Counties)
    • Democratic Incumbent Kelly A. Timilty: 182,379
    • Republican Challenger Michael W. McCue: 89,667
  • District 3 (Portions of Middlesex, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Worcester Counties)
    • Democratic Incumbent Marilyn M. Petitto Devaney: 189,560
  • District 4 (Portions of Bristol, Norfolk, Plymouth, and Suffolk Counties)
  • District 5 (Portions of Essex, and Middlesex Counties)
    • Democratic Incumbent Mary-Ellen Manning: 166,141
    • Unenrolled Candidate Timothy Houten: 80,960
  • District 6 (Portions of Essex, and Middlesex, and Suffolk Counties)
    • Democratic Incumbent Michael J. Callahan: 143,221
    • Republican Candidate William Barabino: 44,893
    • Unenrolled Candidate Rosemary A. Macero: 19,193
    • Unenrolled Candidate Ted Sarandis former WEEI talk show host:[1] 17,795
  • District 7 (Portions of Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, Norfolk, and Worcester Counties)
    • Democratic Incumbent Dennis P. McManus - Not running for re-election
    • Democratic Candidate Brian J. Buckley - Lost in primary election
    • Democratic Candidate Daniel S. O'Connor - Lost in primary election
    • Democratic Candidate Thomas J. Foley - Party nominee: 201,541
    • Democratic Candidate Brian D'Andrea - Lost in primary election
    • Democratic Candidate John Burke - Lost in primary election
  • District 8 (All of Berkshire, and portions of Franklin, Hampden, and Hampshire Counties)
    • Democratic Incumbent Peter Vickery - Lost in Primary election
    • Democratic Candidate Thomas Merrigan: 133,601
    • Republican Candidate Michael Franco: 48,993
    • Unenrolled Candidate Michael Kogut: 45,544
    • Democratic Challenger Rinaldo Del Gallo III (Dropped out)


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