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With more than half of all precincts reporting, Niki Tsongas has earned more than twice the votes of her challenger, Jon Golnik, to gain another two years in Washington.
Highlights from Tuesday's League of Women Voters debate in Concord.
Both candidates for the Massachusetts' Third Congressional District race came together at Concord-Carlisle High School on Sunday in a debate sponsored by the League of Women Voters.
Congresswoman Niki Tsongas and challenger Jon Golnik will be meeting for a debate in Concord on Sept. 30, what questions would you ask them?
The Carlisle Republican has taken two thirds of the vote with approximately half of all precincts reporting in.
The five candidates in next week's Democratic Primary for the Third Middlesex State Senate District shared very similar views with slight differences during their debate hosted by Carmen Christiano on Tuesday.
The Westford Republican also said in a statement that he is disappointed that the Golnik campaign has cancelled a proposed debate between the two Republican candidates in the Third Congressional District.
In the third of our Congressional Live Chats, Jon Golnik (R-Carlisle) told Patch readers why he thinks its time to replace Niki Tsongas.
In the race to see who will face Niki Tsongas this fall, both challengers have announced new supporters in their corner.
We'll sit down with the candidate at noon to complete our series of live chats with candidates for Westford's congressional seat this fall.
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