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     Nov. 4, 2014 U.S. Senate                                      

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+Ed Markey (D) i
1,289,944
61.87%
Brian J. Herr (R)
791,950
37.98%
Brian R. Muello (w/in) 6

All Others
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2,084,972

Registration: 4,301,118.
Ballots cast (including 101,817 blank): 2,186,789.
Plurality: 497,994 (23.88 percentage points)

 MA Secretary of the Commonwealth




Notes:  Sen. Ed Markey (D), elected to the U.S. Senate in a special election in 2013 after serving 37 years in the U.S. House, won a full term, defeating Brian J. Herr by a wide margin.  Herr, an account executive at WESTCO Distribution and Hopkinton selectman, had also run for Congress in CD-2 in 2010, finishing second in the Republican primary.
  Both Markey and Herr were unopposed for their party's nominations.  Independent Bruce Skarin, a computer modeler who has sought to focus attention on money in politics, failed to qualify for the ballot.  There was only one debate, on NECN's Broadside on Oct. 17 (>).  According to the Center for Responsive Politics, the Markey campaign had a multi-million dollar war chest, while the Herr campaign raised and spent about $120,000.



Campaign Managers:
Ed Markey:  Mark Gallagher 
(Sept. 2014)  State director for Sen. Markey from July 2013.  Deputy manager on Markey’s special election to the U.S. Senate, Dec. 2012- July 2013.  District director to U.S. Rep. Markey, Dec. 2007-Dec. 2012.  Political and finance director/treasurer on Ed Markey for Congress, Feb. 2003-Dec. 2007.  Executive assistant (Apr. 1997-Feb. 2003) and aide (Aug. 1994-Apr. 1997) to U.S. Rep. Markey.  Graduate of Colby College, 1994.

Brian Herr:  ? 







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