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F. D. Election Flood Still Rising
KELLY WINS, LEGISLATURE G. O. P. Saltonstall May Ask Recount, Loses by 9197--Party Lines Split--Council Is Republican, 5 to 4 Democrats Elect Governor, Attorney-General, Auditor--W. E. Hurley Victor
Daily Boston Globe (1928-1960) - Boston, Mass.
Author: Merrill, John
Date: Nov 5, 1936
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Pages: 2
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The demands of party allegiance did not weigh too heavily with Massachusetts voters Tuesday. They gave the state to the Democratic Presidential electors by a plurality of about 172,500, and elected a Republican to the United States Senate by a plurality of...

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