Live updates: Massachusetts primary election results

Follow the latest reports below as results come in from across Massachusetts.

Secretary of State William Galvin defeats challenger Josh Zakim in Democratic primary (10:45 p.m.)

Secretary of State William Galvin gives his victory speech with his wife Eileen at the Stockyard in Brighton.

The Associated Press called the race for the 24-year incumbent at 9:53 p.m. The secretary of state was challenged by 34-year-old Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim in the heated Democratic primary.

The AP also called the following races:

  • Tracy Lovvorn, Republican nomination for U.S. House in the 2nd Congressional District
  • James “Jay” McMahon III, Republican nomination for attorney general

Watch the moment Ayanna Pressley learned she won (10:22 p.m.)

Watch Ayanna Pressley’s speech after her primary win (10:12 p.m.)

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Rep. Katherine Clark, and Attorney General Maura Healey also weighed in on the Boston city councilor’s victory.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez reacted to Ayanna Pressley’s primary win (10 p.m.)

The Associated Press called primary wins for Gonzalez, Diehl, Lynch, Keating, Kennedy, Neal, and Pressley (9:55 p.m.)

The AP called the following races:

  • Jay Gonzalez, Democratic nomination for governor
  • Geoff Diehl, Republican nomination for U.S. Senate
  • Rep. Stephen Lynch, Democratic nomination for U.S. House in the 8th Congressional District
  • Rep. Bill Keating, Democratic nomination for U.S. House in the 9th Congressional District
  • Rep. Joe Kennedy III, Democratic nomination for U.S. House in the 4th Congressional District
  • Rep. Richard Neal, Democratic nomination for U.S. House in the 1st Congressional District
  • Ayanna Pressley, Democratic nomination for U.S. House in the 7th Congressional District

Watch Michael Capuano’s concession speech (9:37 p.m.)

“Ayanna Pressley is going to be a good congresswoman,” said Rep. Michael Capuano, who has held the seat for 20 years.

Michael Capuano conceded to challenger Ayanna Pressley (9:26 p.m.)

Longtime incumbent Rep. Michael Capuano conceded to challenger Ayanna Pressley shortly before 9:30 p.m., according to The Boston Globe.

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Charlie Baker defeated Scott Lively in the Republican primary (9:14 p.m.)

Gov. Charlie Baker. —Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe, File

Gov. Charlie Baker has advanced to November’s general election. He’ll face either Jay Gonzalez or Bob Massie, who are squaring off in the Democratic primary.

Maura Healey after her uncontested primary: ‘I love my job’ (8:55 p.m.)

3rd District Republican Rick Green had a succinct message after his uncontested primary win (8:52 p.m.)

Jim McGovern says he’ll debate his Republican opponent (8:36 p.m.)

Fresh off his uncontested primary win, Democratic Rep. Jim McGovern said on Twitter he’s “already committed to debating” his general election opponent in the 2nd District. Republicans Tracy Lovvorn and Kevin Powers are vying for the nomination.

Elizabeth Warren took to Twitter after her uncontested primary win (8:27 p.m.)

The Associated Press called seven uncontested races shortly after polls closed (8:10 p.m.)

Sen. Elizabeth Warren. —Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe, File

The AP called the following races:

  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate
  • Peter Tedeschi, Republican nomination for U.S. House in the 9th Congressional District
  • Rick Green, Republican nomination for U.S. House in the 3rd Congressional District
  • Joseph Schneider, Republican nomination for U.S. House in the 6th Congressional District
  • Rep. Seth Moulton, Democratic nomination for U.S. House in the 6th Congressional District
  • Rep. Katherine Clark, Democratic nomination for U.S. House in the 5th Congressional District
  • Rep. Jim McGovern, Democratic nomination for U.S. House in the 2nd Congressional District

Massachusetts polls have closed (8 p.m.)

Polling booths at the Waban Library Center in Newton. —Suzanne Kreiter / The Boston Globe

Polls in Massachusetts closed at 8 p.m. — now the wait begins.

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