United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1930
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|Elections in Massachusetts|
- Marcus A. Coolidge, former Mayor of Fitchburg, Massachusetts
- Eugene Foss, former Governor of Massachusetts (1911–1914) and former member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 14th congressional district (1910–1911).
- Peter J. Joyce, a manufacturer.
- Thomas C. O'Brien, Former District Attorney of Suffolk County.
- Joseph F. O'Connell, member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 10th congressional district from 1907-1911.
- William M. Butler, United States Senator from 1924 to 1926.
- Eben Sumner Draper, Jr., Candidate for US Senator in 1928.
- Andrew J. Gillis, Mayor of Newburyport, Massachusetts.
- Sylvester J. McBride, Candidate for Governor of Massachusetts in 1918, Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts in 1917, and Massachusetts Auditor in 1912.
|Democratic||Marcus A. Coolidge||81,451||40.71%|
|Democratic||Joseph F. O'Connell||54,829||27.41%|
|Democratic||Thomas C. O'Brien||45,272||22.63%|
|Democratic||Peter J. Joyce||5,680||2.84%|
|Republican||William M. Butler||163,336||47.61%|
|Republican||Eben Sumner Draper, Jr.||156,745||45.69%|
|Republican||Andrew J. Gillis||22,996||6.70%|
|Democratic||Marcus A. Coolidge||651,939||54.01%|
|Republican||William M. Butler||539,226||44.67%|
|Socialist||Sylvester J. McBride||7,244||0.60%|
|Socialist Labor||Oscar Kinsalas||4,640||0.38%|
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