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money management trading forex Mike Capuano was re-elected as representative for the Massachusetts’ seventh congressional district, which includes Boston. Capuano ran unopposed.
“It is an honor and privilege to represent the people of the 7th Congressional District,” Capuano said in a Nov. 9 statement. “I think there will be difficult days ahead but I will try as hard as I can to work with the new President and his majorities in both the House and the Senate (and soon, the Supreme Court).”
Sixth district representative Seth Moulton was also among those who ran unopposed.
— Seth Moulton (@sethmoulton) November 9, 2016
Neither of the state’s U.S. senators were up for re-election.
Both Boston’s state senator and state representative for the Massachusetts state legislature ran unopposed. William N. Brownsberger, the Democratic state senator for Massachusetts’ Second Suffolk and Middlesex district, and Chynah Tyler, the Democratic state representative for Massachusetts’ seventh Suffolk district, will both serve another term.
Incumbent Suffolk County Sheriff and Democrat Steven W. Tompkins also ran unopposed.
Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker tried to assure Bostonians that they are still safe despite the results of the election.
“After a presidential election, there shouldn’t be fear. It’s our job in the City of Boston to let the rest of the country know that Boston is a place of hope,” Baker said.
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