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2020 Massachusetts Republican presidential primary

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2020 Massachusetts Republican presidential primary

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Candidate Donald Trump Bill Weld
Home state Florida[1] Massachusetts
Delegate count 41 0
Popular vote 239,115 25,425
Percentage 86.32% 9.18%

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2020 Massachusetts Republican presidential primary - Results by town.svg

The 2020 Massachusetts Republican presidential primary took place on March 3, 2020, as one of fourteen contests scheduled for Super Tuesday in the Republican Party presidential primaries for the 2020 presidential election.

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Results

Incumbent United States President Donald Trump was challenged by three candidates: businessman and perennial candidate Rocky De La Fuente of California, former congressman Joe Walsh of Illinois, and former governor Bill Weld of Massachusetts. Walsh withdrew from the race prior to the primary. De La Fuente was not on the initial ballot list, but he successfully petitioned to get onto the ballot following its release.[2] Donald Trump won Massachusetts in a landslide over Former Governor Bill Weld, winning almost every town, losing only Pelham and Gosnold.

2020 Massachusetts Republican presidential primary[3]
Candidate Popular vote Delegates
Count Percentage
America Symbol.svg
Donald Trump
239,115 86.32 41
Bill Weld 25,425 9.18 0
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 3,008 1.09 0
Rocky De La Fuente 675 0.24 0
No Preference 4,385 1.58 0
Blank ballots 2,242 0.81 0
All Others 2,152 0.78 0
Total 277,002 100% 41

Results by county

2020 Massachusetts Republican primary

(results per county)[3]

County Donald Trump Bill Weld Joe Walsh Rocky De La Fuente No Preference Blank ballots All Others Total votes cast
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
Barnstable 17,723 88.36 1,554 7.75 143 0.71 39 0.19 292 1.46 192 0.96 115 0.57 20,058
Berkshire 2,527 80.25 432 13.72 65 2.06 8 0.25 59 1.87 34 1.08 24 0.76 3,149
Bristol 20,003 89.78 1,417 6.36 239 1.07 39 0.18 277 1.24 174 0.78 132 0.59 22,281
Dukes 522 80.56 74 11.42 22 3.40 1 0.15 11 1.70 10 1.54 8 1.23 648
Essex 31,124 86.74 3,218 8.97 349 0.97 83 0.23 550 1.53 306 0.85 254 0.71 35,884
Franklin 1,886 80.67 341 14.59 30 1.28 9 0.38 42 1.80 13 0.56 17 0.73 2,338
Hampden 13,272 86.95 1,178 7.72 192 1.26 64 0.42 204 1.34 103 0.67 251 1.64 15,264
Hampshire 3,909 83.92 567 12.17 37 0.79 14 0.30 80 1.72 27 0.58 24 0.52 4,658
Middlesex 50,703 84.45 6,463 10.76 667 1.11 151 0.25 1,037 1.73 550 0.92 471 0.78 60,042
Nantucket 352 78.40 59 13.14 12 2.67 4 0.89 9 2.00 4 0.89 9 2.00 449
Norfolk 28,554 85.59 3,207 9.61 334 1.00 80 0.24 598 1.79 284 0.85 303 0.91 33,360
Plymouth 28,279 88.54 2,388 7.48 282 0.88 55 0.17 537 1.68 224 0.70 173 0.54 31,938
Suffolk 8,801 83.26 1,127 10.66 207 1.96 41 0.39 140 1.32 106 1.00 148 1.40 10,570
Worcester 31,460 86.52 3,400 9.35 429 1.18 87 0.24 549 1.51 215 0.59 223 0.61 36,363
Total 239,115 86.32 25,425 9.18 3,008 1.09 675 0.24 4,385 1.58 2,242 0.81 2,152 0.78 277,002

References

  1. ^ Matthew Choi (October 31, 2019). "Trump, a symbol of New York, is officially a Floridian now". Politico. Retrieved February 3, 2020.
  2. ^ Winger, Richard. "Rocky De La Fuente Qualifies for Republican Massachusetts Presidential Primary by Petition". Ballot Access News. Retrieved February 14, 2020.
  3. ^ a b "2020 President Republican Primary". Mass.gov. Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Archived from the original on April 9, 2020. Retrieved April 9, 2020.
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