United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1940
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- Henry Parkman, Jr., Corporation Counsel for the City of Boston. Former member of the Massachusetts Senate and Boston City Council.
- Horace I. Hillis, Candidate for Massachusetts Auditor in 1938, Governor of Massachusetts in 1936, and Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts in 1934.
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|United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1940|
|Democratic||David I. Walsh||1,088,838||55.64|
|Republican||Henry Parkman, Jr.||838,122||42.38|
|Prohibition||George L. Thompson||9,632||0.49|
|Socialist||George Lyman Paine||6,876||0.35|
|Socialist Labor||Horace I. Hillis||4,133||0.21|
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