United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1918
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|Elections in Massachusetts|
- David I. Walsh, Governor of Massachusetts from 1914-1916. He would become the first Irish-Catholic Senator from Massachusetts.
- John W. Weeks, United States Senator from 1913, Member of the United States House of Representatives from 1905 to 1913.
- Thomas W. Lawson, Businessman and author.
|General election |
|Democratic||David I. Walsh||207,478||49.66|
|Republican||John W. Weeks||188,287||45.06|
|Independent (politician)||Thomas W. Lawson||21,985||5.26|
- Office of the Secretary of State of Massachusetts (1918). Number of assessed polls, registered voters and persons who voted in each voting precinct in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at the state, city and town elections.
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