United States Senate election in Massachusetts, 1948
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|Elections in Massachusetts|
- John I. Fitzgerald, former member of the Boston City Council.
- Francis D. Harrigan - Boston attorney
- Joseph A. Langone, Jr. - Boston Election Commissioner and a former member of the Massachusetts Senate.
- John D. Lynch - Mayor of Cambridge from 1936-1938
- Richard M. Russell, member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 9th congressional district from 1935-1937 and the Mayor of Cambridge from 1930-1936.
- Leverett Saltonstall - United States Senator since 1945. Governor of Massachusetts from 1939-1945.
- Henning A. Blomen - Candidate for the US Senate in 1948, Governor of Massachusetts in 1938, 1940, 1942, and 1944, Lt. Governor of Massachusetts in 1936, and Massachusetts Auditor in 1934. 
- E. Tallmadge Root - Prohibition Party candidate for US Senator in 1944 and Governor of Massachusetts in 1940.
|Democratic primary |
|Democratic||John I. Fitzgerald||79,663||30.26|
|Democratic||Richard M. Russell||64,191||24.39|
|Democratic||Francis D. Harrigan||44,395||16.87|
|Democratic||John D. Lynch||42,087||15.99|
|Democratic||Joseph A. Langone, Jr.||32,895||12.50|
|Democratic||John I. Fitzgerald||954,398||46.43||+11.53|
|Socialist Labor||Henning A. Blomen||9,266||0.45||-0.19|
|Prohibition||E. Tallmadge Root||3,652||0.18||+0.01|
- Henning A. Blomen at ourcampaigns.com
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