PRIMARY RESULTS: Wilmington Backs Healey, Diehl, Driscoll, Allen, Campbell, Galvin & DiZoglio In Contested Races With Approx. 22% Voter Turnout

WILMINGTON, MA — According to unofficial results from the Town Clerk’s Office, 3,905 Wilmington voters cast ballots in this year’s State Primary Election.

2,358 residents cast a Democratic ballot. In the contested races, so went Wilmington, so went Massachusetts. Wilmington chose Kim Driscoll (1185 votes) for Lt. Governor over Eric Lesser (628 votes) and Tami Gouveia (412 votes); Andrea Campbell (1020 votes) for Attorney General over Shannon Liss-Riordan (799 votes) and Quentin Palfrey (431 votes); Bill Galvin (1811 votes) for Secretary of State over Tanisha Sullivan (505 votes); and Diana DiZoglio (1385 votes) for State Auditor over Chris Dempsey (775 votes). Additionally, Maura Healey received 1993 votes for Governor while her competitor, Sonia Chang-Diaz, who had dropped out of the race, received 315 votes.

Read the full Democratic results from Wilmington HERE.

1,547 residents cast a Republican ballot. In the contested races, Wilmington also mirrored state results, with Geoff Diehl (965 votes) defeating Chris Doughty (568 votes) for Governor, and Leah Allen (892 votes) defeating Kate Campanale (531 votes) for Lt. Governor. (Allen leads Campanale statewide by 3.6% with 92.2% precincts reported at the time this article was published.)

Read the full Republican results from Wilmington HERE.

3,905 ballots cast represents an estimated turnout of approximately 22%.

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