Winners will be denoted in bold below as results come in from the Associated Press:
Elizabeth Warren, Democrat, incumbent
Geoff Diehl, Republican
Shiva Ayyadurai, Independent
Governor and Lt. Governor
Charlie Baker and Karyn Polito, Republican, incumbent
Jay Gonzalez and Quentin Palfrey, Democrat
Maura Healey, Democrat, incumbent
James McMahon III, Republican
Secretary of State
William Galvin, Democrat, incumbent
Anthony Amore, Republican
Juan Sanchez Jr., Green-Rainbow
Deborah Goldberg, Democrat, incumbent
Keiko Orrall, Republican
Jamie Guerin, Green-Rainbow
Suzanne Bump, Democrat, incumbent
Helen Brady, Republican
Daniel Fishman, Libertarian
Edward Stamas, Green-Rainbow
A YES VOTE would limit the number of patients that could be assigned to one registered nurse in hospitals and certain other health care facilities.
A NO VOTE would make no change in current laws relative to patient-to-nurse limits.
A YES VOTE would create a citizens commission to advance an amendment to the United States Constitution to limit the influence of money in elections and establish that corporations do not have the same rights as human beings.
A NO VOTE would not create this commission.
A YES VOTE would keep in place the current law, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender identity in places of public accommodation.
A NO VOTE would repeal this provision of the public accommodation law.
U.S. House of Representatives
Richard Neal, Democrat, incumbent
(Neal is running unopposed.)
James McGovern, Democrat, incumbent
Tracy Lovvorn, Republican
Rick Green, Republican
Lori Trahan, Democrat
Michael Mullen, Independent
Joseph Kennedy III, Democrat, incumbent
(Kennedy is running unopposed.)
Katherine Clark, Democrat, incumbent
John Hugo, Republican
Seth Moulton, Democrat, incumbent
Joseph Schneider, Republican
Mary Jean Charbonneau, Independent
Ayanna Pressley, Democrat
(Pressley is running unopposed.)
Stephen Lynch, Democrat, incumbent
(Lynch is running unopposed.)
Bill Keating, Democrat, incumbent
Peter Tedeschi, Republican