Unofficial results from the Massachusetts State Primary election shared by the Natick Town Clerk’s office show that out of Natick’s 24,246 registered voters across 10 precincts, 25% of them (6,067) exercised their right to participate in the political process.
The town’s registered Democratic voters swept candidate for Governor Maura Healey to an easy win, as opponent Sonia Chang-Diaz stopped campaigning months ago.
On the Republican side, although 54% of Natick’s GOP voters wanted Chris Doughty to run for governor in the Nov. 8 general election, the statewide numbers revealed that it was candidate Geoff Diehl who came away as his party’s winner and thus it will be Diehl who will run against Healey.
Locally, Natick Democrat David Linsky ran as an unopposed incumbent for state rep, a post he’s held since 1999.
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