Wilmington Election Results For November 8: Town Goes Blue For The Night — Supports 8 Of 9 Democratic Candidates In Contested Races

WILMINGTON, MA — 10,318 Wilmington voters casted ballots in the November 8, 2022 election, representing a 57.31% turnout.

In Wilmington, State Representative Dave Robertson (D-Wilmington) defeated his challenger Paul Sarnowski (R-Wilmington) by 12.5%. Robertson has been re-elected, also carrying the Tewksbury portion of the 19th Middlesex district.

State Senator Barry FInegold (D-Andover), meanwhile, fended off his challenger Sal DeFranco (R-Haverhill) by less than 2% in Wilmington. As of Wednesday morning at 6am, the AP has yet to call the overall race for the 2nd Essex & Middlesex race, with Finegold (30,352) leading DeFranco (25,689), 54.3% to 45.7%, with 77% of the vote in.

A majority of Wilmington voters supported every Democratic candidate, with the exception of the State Auditor’s race.

Wilmington voters opposed Articles 1, 3 and 4, and supported Article 2.

Wilmington’ unofficial election results, from the Town Clerk’s Office, is below:

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

  • Healey & Driscoll (D) — 4963 (51.08%)
  • Diehl & Allen (R) — 4616 (47.51%)
  • Reed & Everett (L) — 136 (1.39%)

Attorney General

  • Andrea Campbell (D) — 4878 (50.85%)
  • James McMahon (R) — 4712 (49.13%)

Secretary of State

  • William Gavin (D-incumbent) — 5603 (58.08%)
  • Rayla Campbell (R) — 3884 (40.26%)
  • Juan Sanchez — (GR) — 160 (1.65%)

Treasurer

  • Deborah Goldberg (D-incumbent) — 5908 (70.19%)
  • Cristina Crawford (L) — 2509 (29.80%)

Auditor

  • Anthony Amore (R) — 4720 (50.25%)
  • Diana Dizoglio (D) — 4231 (45.04%)
  • Daniel Riek (L) — 179 (1.90%)
  • Gloria Cablallero-Roca (GR) — 134 (1.42%)
  • Dominic Giannone (WP) — 129 (1.37%)

Representative in Congress

  • Seth Moulton (D-incumbent) — 5213 (55.41%)
  • Bob May (R) — 4194 (44.58%)

Governor’s Councilor

  • Eileen Duff  (D-incumbent) — 4797 (50.99%)
  • Michael Walsh (R) — 4609 (49.00%)

State Senator

  • Barry Finegold (D-incumbent) — 4875 (50.96%)
  • Salvatore DeFranco (R) — 4691 (49.03%)

State Representative

  • David Robertson (D-incumbent) — 5358 (56.28%)
  • Paul Sarnowski (R) — 4161 (43.71%)

Middlesex District Attorney (uncontested)

  • Marian Ryan (D-incumbent) — 6565

Middlesex Sheriff (uncontested)

  • Peter Koutoujian (D-incumbent) — 6685

Question #1

  • Yes — 3886 (40.71%)
  • No — 5658 (58.28%)

Question #2

  • Yes — 6221 (65.58%)
  • No — 3264 (34.41%)

Question #3

  • Yes — 3843 (40.82%)
  • No — 5570 (59.17%)

Question #4

  • Yes — 3870 (40.64%)
  • No — 5651 (59.35%)

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