Guy Carbone

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Guy A. Carbone
Metropolitan District Commissioner
In office
1979–1980
Governor Edward J. King
Preceded by John F. Haggerty
Succeeded by Terrance Geoghegan
Personal details
Political party Republican (1981–present)
Democratic (1978–1981)
Residence Belmont, Massachusetts
Occupation Attorney

Guy A. Carbone is an American attorney and Perennial candidate in Massachusetts who was Metropolitan District Commissioner from 1979–1980.

Electoral history[edit]

1978 Northern District District Attorney Democratic primary[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic John J. Droney 89,131 43.16%
Democratic Scott Harshbarger 82,762 40.07%
Democratic Guy Carbone 34,625 16.77%
1982 Northern District District Attorney general election[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Scott Harshbarger 357,797 74.00%
Republican Guy Carbone 125,724 26.00%
Massachusetts Attorney General Republican Primary, 1990 [3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican William C. Sawyer 199,567 52.73%
Republican Guy Carbone 178,669 47.21%
Write-in 231 0.00%
Massachusetts Attorney General Republican Primary, 1994 [4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Janis M. Berry 138,875 71.09%
Republican Guy Carbone 56,288 28.81%
Write-in 215 0.00%
Massachusetts's 5th congressional district Republican primary, 1996 [5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Jonathan P. Raymond 3,823 52.41%
Republican Guy Carbone 3,471 47.59%
Write-in 11 0.00%
Middlesex and Suffolk Massachusetts Senate district general election, 1998 [6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Steven Tolman 30,480 74.56%
Republican Guy Carbone 10,399 25.44%
Write-in 17 0.00%
Massachusetts Attorney General Republican Primary, 2010
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Jim McKenna (Write-in) 27,711 54.38%
Republican Guy Carbone (Write-in) 9,505 18.66%
Other 13,734 26.96%

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