United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1942
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|Elections in Massachusetts|
- Joseph E. Casey, Member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 3rd congressional district since 1935.
- Daniel H. Coakley, Member of the Massachusetts Executive Council. Impeached during campaign.
- John F. Fitzgerald - former member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 10th congressional district (1919), Mayor of Boston (1910–1914, 1906-1910), member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 9th congressional district (1895–1901), Member of the Massachusetts Senate (1892–1894), and member of the Boston Common Council (1891–1892)
- Joseph Lee - former member of the Boston School Committee.
- Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. - US Senator since 1937.
- Courtenay Crocker - former member of the Boston Common Council and the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
- George Lyman Paine - Candidate for US Senate in 1940.
- Horace I. Hillis - Candidate for Governor of Massachusetts in 1936 and United States Senator in 1940.
- George L. Thompson - Candidate for Governor of Massachusetts in 1938 and United States Senator in 1940.
|Democratic primary |
|Democratic||Joseph E. Casey||108,251||40.15|
|Democratic||John F. Fitzgerald||80,456||29.84|
|Democratic||Daniel H. Coakley||17,105||6.34|
|Republican primary |
|Republican||Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.||174,401||78.36|
|Republican||Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.||721,239||52.44||+3.91|
|Democratic||Joseph E. Casey||641,042||46.61||+5.62|
|Socialist||George Lyman Paine||4,802||0.35||-0.19|
|Socialist Labor||Horace I. Hillis||4,781||0.35||+0.35|
|Prohibition||George L. Thompson||3,577||0.26||+0.26|
3.^ Election statistics: The Commonwealth of Massachusetts (1942)
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