Massachusetts Senate Special Election Results

Markey to Best Gomez in Massachusetts Senate race by 7 PointsMarkey Gomez

In the Massachusetts Senate Special Election, based on our analysis of the available polls and the usual split of undecideds, Politisite projects Markey will win by 7.4%

  • Markey (D) – 54.5%
  • Gomez (R) – 44.9%
  • Heos (NPA)  0.6%  +/- 4 percentage points

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Overall Results

99.5% Reporting

Candidate Party % of Vote Vote Count
Winner E. Markey Dem 54.9%
G. Gomez GOP 44.7%
R. Heos NPA 0.4%

Via – Election Results

What others are saying about the Massachusetts Senate Special Election

Poll Date Sample Markey (D) Gomez (R) Spread
RCP Average 6/6 – 6/22 52.0 39.7 Markey +12.3
Suffolk University 6/19 – 6/22 500 LV 52 42 Markey +10
Emerson College 6/19 – 6/20 1422 RV 51 41 Markey +10
New England College 6/18 – 6/20 579 LV 56 36 Markey +20
Western NE University 6/16 – 6/20 566 LV 49 41 Markey +8
UMass Lowell/Boston Herald 6/15 – 6/19 312 LV 56 36 Markey +20
Boston Globe 6/11 – 6/14 508 LV 54 43 Markey +11
WBUR/MassINC 6/6 – 6/9 500 LV 46 39 Markey +7

via Election 2013 – Massachusetts Senate Special Election – Gomez vs. Markey.

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