Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Newly reelected State Rep. Jim Lyons said he had an enormous amount of support for his campaign for the 18th Essex District.
State Rep. Jim Lyons was able to grab the votes to reclaim his seat in the State House of Representatives in the 18th Essex District. Lyons bested former State Rep. Barbara L'Italien, garnering 50.43 percent of the votes versus L'Italien's 48.18 percent of votes. According to results from the Associated Press, 11,735 voters chose Lyons to represent them in the 18th Essex House District. L'Italien lost by a little over 500 votes, garnering a total of 11,210 votes. Lyons was elected in 2010 and is now celebrating his first reelection victory. Lyons had no other Republican challegners in the September primary. Lyons, celebrating his victory at his High Vale Lane home, commented on his successful reelection bid. “I was very grateful for the …
State Sen. Barry Finegold claimed 64 percent of votes to win his reelection bid for the Second Essex and Middlesex State Senate District against State Rep. Paul Adams.
State Sen. Barry Finegold was able to reclaim his seat in the Second Essex and Middlesex State Senate District on Election night. With 89 percent of precincts reporting, the Associated Press is calling Finegold the winner of the Second Essex and Middlesex Senate District race. Lawrence is still waiting for results from six precincts. Finegold bested State Rep. Paul Adams, garnering 64 percent of the votes versus Adams' 36 percent of votes. According to results from the Associated Press, 40,067 voters chose Finegold to represent them in the Second Essex and Middlesex Distirct. Adams grabbed 22,371 votes. Finegold was elected to the State Senate in 2010 and is now celebrating his first reelection victory. Finegold had no other Democratic …
Monday, September 17, 2012
Your guide to the 17th Essex House District race.
In the 2012 election, Andover residents will pick a representative for state representative of the Essex 17th District. Lawrence City Council President Frank Moran, D, and Andover Banking and Lending Executive Kevin M. Cuff, who is unenrolled in a political party, are both vying for the seat that State Rep. Paul Adams is giving up in order to run for state senate. The District consists of 8 precincts in Lawrence and 3 precincts in Andover.