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See How Concord Voted in the Sept. 6 State Primaries

In the Third Middlesex race, Barrett and Martinez will face off in the general election, but Concord candidates received the most support here in town. Jon Golnik and Marilyn Devaney also carried Concord in their respective races.

It didn't work out for them in across the district, but the hometown candidates won the primary day here in Concord, as locals who hit the polls Sep. 6 supported Democrat Joe Kearns Goodwin and Republican Greg Howes in the Third Middlesex District race.

Lexington Democrat Mike Barrett and Chelmsford Republican Sandi Martinez wound up winning their party's primaries across the Third Middlesex District, but Concordian voters picked winners in other races, including Carlisle's Jon Golnik in the Republican Primary for U.S. Rep. in the Third Congressional District.

Scroll down to see the numbers, provided last night by the Town Clerk's Office.

Third Middlesex District State Senate

Democratic Results

Candidate Precinct 1 Precinct 2 Precinct 3 Precinct 4 Precinct 5 Total Mike Barrett 176 120 185 188 109 778 Alex Buck 1 4 4 3 1 13 Mara Dolan 76 140 94 109 37 456 Joe Kearns Goodwin 324 356 314 374 187 1,555 Joe Mullin 7 16 11 10 10 54 Total 584 636 608 684 344 2,856

Republican Results

Candidate Precinct 1 Precinct 2 Precinct 3 Precinct 4 Precinct 5 Total Greg Howes 153 151 202 149 98 753 Sandi Martinez 33 42 56 61 22 214 Total 186 193 258 210 120 967

US Rep. 3rd District

Republicans

Candidate Precinct 1 Precinct 2 Precinct 3 Precinct 4 Precinct 5 Total Jon Golnik 131 126 194 148 102 701 Tom Weaver 33 42 41 52 13 181 Total 164 168 235 200 115 882

Governor's Council

Democrats

Candidate Precinct 1 Precinct 2 Precinct 3 Precinct 4 Precinct 5 Total Marilyn Devaney 194 215 169 260 111 949 Harry Margolis 112 122 108 133 50 525 Charles Shapiro 92 155 145 100 51 543 Total 398 492 422 493 212 2,017

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