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Cambridge's Elizabeth Warren pulls in 85 percent of vote in the city

Posted by Brock Parker  November 7, 2012 11:05 AM

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President Barack Obama edged out Cambridge Democrat Elizabeth Warren as the top vote-getter in the city Tuesday.

Obama received 41,991 votes, or 86 percent of the votes cast for president, in Cambridge, over Belmont Republican Mitt Romney’s 5,340 in the city.

Warren received 41,127 votes (85 percent) in Cambridge on her way to being elected to the U.S. Senate. Republican incumbent Scott Brown only received 5,340 votes (15 percent), according to preliminary results.

See more coverage of the Brown-Warren race here and more coverage of Election Day here.

Cambridge resident David Rogers was elected to the State House of Representatives for the 24th Middlesex District and Cambridge City Councilor Marjorie Decker was elected as the state Representative for the 25th Middlesex District.

City Councilor and state Rep. Tim Toomey was re-elected to his 26th Middlesex District seat.

The full election results for Cambridge are available here.

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