Politics

Here are the Congressional primary races in Massachusetts

Election Day is Tuesday, Sept. 1.

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The Massachusetts state primary elections are on Tuesday.

Here are the candidates on the ballot for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives races, according to the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s Office:

Democratic candidates

Senate

Edward J. Markey (incumbent)
Joseph P. Kennedy III

House of Representatives 

First District

Richard E. Neal (incumbent)
Alex B. Morse

Second District 

James P. McGovern (incumbent)

Third District 

Lori Loureiro Trahan (incumbent)

Fourth District 

Jake Auchincloss
David Franklin Cavell
Becky Grossman
Alan A. Khazei
Ihssane Leckey
Natalia Linos
Jesse R. Mermell
Benjamin R. Sigel
Christopher Z. Zannetos

Fifth District 

Katherine M. Clark (incumbent)

Sixth District

Seth Moulton (incumbent)
Jamie M. Belsito
Angus G. McQuilken

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Seventh District 

Ayanna S. Pressley (incumbent)

Eighth District 

Stephen F. Lynch (incumbent)
Robbie Goldstein

Ninth District 

Bill Keating (incumbent)

Republican candidates

Senate

Shiva Ayyadurai
Kevin J. O’Connor

House of Representatives

First District

(There are no Republican candidates for nomination on the ballot in this district.)

Second District 

Tracy Lyn Lovvorn

Third District

(There are no Republican candidates for nomination on the ballot in this district.)

Fourth District

David Rosa
Julie A. Hall

Fifth District

Caroline Colarusso

Sixth District

John Paul Moran

Seventh District 

(There are no Republican candidates for nomination on the ballot in this district.)

Eighth District 

(There are no Republican candidates for nomination on the ballot in this district.)

Ninth District 

Helen Brady

There are no Green-Rainbow candidates or Libertarian candidates for nomination on the ballot in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives elections.

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