Massachusetts Voters to Pick Winners in Statewide Races

BOSTON (AP) — Besides casting ballots for governor and U.S. senator, Massachusetts voters will also be deciding the winners of four lower-profile statewide offices in the upcoming election.

Incumbent Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey is being challenged by Republican Jay McMahon, a Cape Cod attorney. The two have split on everything from gun laws to the state’s transgender rights law, also the subject of a repeal effort on Tuesday’s ballot.

The longest-serving statewide office-holder on the ballot — Secretary of State William Galvin — is facing Republican challenger Anthony Amore.

Democratic incumbent state Treasurer Deb Goldberg is hoping to fend off Republican state Rep. Keiko Orrall and Green-Rainbow Party candidate Jamie Guerin.

Democratic incumbent auditor Suzanne Bump is facing three opponents — Republican Helen Brady, Libertarian Daniel Fishman and Green-Rainbow candidate Edward Stamas.

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