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Galvin wins 5th term as Mass. state secretary

November 2, 2010

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BOSTON—Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin has won a fifth term in office.

Galvin defeated Republican William Campbell and unenrolled candidate James Henderson in Tuesday's voting.

With veteran auditor Joseph DeNucci stepping down at the end of this term, Galvin in January will become the state's longest-serving constitutional officer.

The secretary of state is the chief elections officer and top securities regulator in Massachusetts, and also oversees the state archives and historical commission.