September 3, 2018
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Massachusetts Senate Primary
There's a competitive three-way primary on the GOP side. Regardless of who wins, incumbent Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren is expected to easily win a 2nd term in November.
Massachusetts Gubernatorial Primaries
Despite the strong Democratic lean of the state, incumbent Republican Charlie Baker is one of the most popular governors in the country and is expected to easily win a 2nd term this fall.
Massachusetts House Primaries
The state has 9 congressional districts, all held by Democrats. It is the state with the largest number of districts under single party control. All nine seats are expected to stay in Democratic control, so the real question is whether any incumbents lose in the primaries. Keep an eye on the 1st, 7th and 8th districts for possible upsets. There will definitely be a new Democratic member of Congress in the 3rd district; 10 are competing on the ballot to replace retiring Rep. Niki Tsongas.