United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1934
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- Albert Sprague Coolidge, Candidate for Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth in 1930 and 1932.
- Albert L. Waterman, Candidate for Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth in 1932 and Treasurer and Receiver-General of Massachusetts in 1920.
- Paul C. Wicks, 1932 candidate for the United States House of Representatives in Massachusetts's 1st congressional district.
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|United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1934|
|Democratic||David I. Walsh||852,776||59.39|
|Republican||Robert M. Washburn||536,692||37.38|
|Socialist||Albert Sprague Coolidge||22,092||1.54|
|Socialist Labor||Albert L. Waterman||8,245||0.57|
|Communist||Paul C. Wicks||5,757||0.40|
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