The 2010 Senate race

The special election to replace Senator Edward M. Kennedy in the US Senate.

Best, worst towns

These are the Massachusetts cities and towns in which Republican US Senate candidates had their best and worst showings in the Dec. 8, 2009, primary. The tables were calculated from unofficial results provided by the Associated Press.
Scott Brown | Jack E. Robinson

Brown's best towns

Of the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts, Scott Brown did the best in these 10.
Town Brown
votes
Total
votes
Brown %
Aquinnah 2 2 100%
Cummington 10 10 100%
Monroe 9 9 100%
New Ashford 3 3 100%
Dennis 1,017 1,028 99%
Millis 584 597 98%
Medway 581 594 98%
Wrentham 1,026 1,049 98%
North Attleborough 1,504 1,539 98%
Needham 2,036 2,090 97%
Updated: 11:10 AM

Brown's worst towns

Of the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts, Scott Brown did the worst in these 10.
Town Brown
votes
Total
votes
Brown %
Heath 16 35 46%
Mount Washington 1 2 50%
Pelham 2 4 50%
Sandisfield 5 10 50%
Williamsburg 30 54 56%
Leverett 9 16 56%
Clarksburg 13 21 62%
Alford 5 8 63%
Middlefield 9 14 64%
Sheffield 29 45 64%
Updated: 11:10 AM

Robinson's best towns

Of the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts, Jack E. Robinson did the best in these 10.
Town Robinson
votes
Total
votes
Robinson %
Heath 19 35 54%
Mount Washington 1 2 50%
Pelham 2 4 50%
Sandisfield 5 10 50%
Williamsburg 24 54 44%
Leverett 7 16 44%
Clarksburg 8 21 38%
Alford 3 8 38%
Middlefield 5 14 36%
Sheffield 16 45 36%
Updated: 11:10 AM

Robinson's worst towns

Of the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts, Jack E. Robinson did the worst in these 10.
Town Robinson
votes
Total
votes
Robinson %
Dennis 11 1,028 1%
Millis 13 597 2%
Medway 13 594 2%
Wrentham 23 1,049 2%
North Attleborough 35 1,539 2%
Needham 54 2,090 3%
Franklin 42 1,512 3%
Millville 3 98 3%
Hopedale 7 227 3%
Mansfield 31 982 3%
Updated: 11:10 AM