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Lexington's Barrett elected, as town also opts for Obama, Warren

Posted by Brock Parker  November 7, 2012 10:33 AM

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Lexington voters opted overwhelmingly to re-elect President Barack Obama and to elect Elizabeth Warren to the U.S. Senate Tuesday.

Lexington Democrat Michael Barrett was also elected to the state Senate, in the election in which 83 percent of the town’s voters cast a ballot.

Obama won Lexington with 12,675 votes over Belmont Republican Mitt Romney 5,287 votes in the town.

Warren won 11,850 votes in Lexington to Republican Scott Brown’s 6,386.
See more coverage of the Brown-Warren race here and more coverage of Election Day here.

Barrett won the Third Middlesex District seat with 61 percent of the total vote over Concord Republican Sandi Martinez’s 39 percent.

In Lexington, Barrett received 4,091 votes and Martinez received 1,226.

The full preliminary results for Lexington can be found online here.

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