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Governor Deval Patrick defeated Republican rival Charles D. Baker yesterday to win a second term, a dramatic end to an election in which Democrats crushed hopes of a Republican resurgence in Massachusetts. (By Frank Phillips and Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)
Anxious and angry voters last night handed control of the US House to the Republican Party, altering the terrain of American politics in what amounted to a sweeping no-confidence signal to Democrats after President Obama’s first two years in office. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)
Despite a national tide that left Republicans celebrating large gains last night, all statewide elected offices, including a closely fought governor's race and the entire 10-member US House delegation, remained in Democratic hands. (By Noah Bierman, Globe Staff)
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