There’s not a lot of local action on the ballot for the Sept. 6 Massachusetts primary, as all of Andover’s candidates for the state legislature are running unopposed in their party’s primary. But Andover voters can help choose their party’s candidates for several key, statewide races, including governor and attorney general.
We’ve already published our Massachusetts primary voter’s guide for Andover residents, which includes key deadlines for registering to vote, as well as information on early voting and voting by mail. Below is a more detailed look at what Andover voters can expect to find on their ballots:
Massachusetts House of Representatives
The 17th Essex District covers parts of Andover, Lawrence and Methuen. Incumbent Rep. Frank Moran is running unopposed n both the primary and general election.
The 18th Essex District includes parts of Andover, Boxford, North Andover and Tewksbury. Incumbent Rep. Tram Nguyen, a Democrat, and Republican Jeffrey DuFour are running unopposed in the Sept. 6 primary.
Massachusetts State Senate
The 2nd Essex and Middlesex District includes Andover, Dracut, Lawrence and Tewksbury. Incumbent Sen. Barry Finegold, a Democrat, and Republican Sal DeFranco are running unopposed in the Sept. 6 primary.
U.S. House, Massachusetts District 6
Democrats: Seth Moulton (incumbent)
Republicans: Robert May Jr.
Democrats: Sonia Chang-Diaz, Maura Healey
Republicans: Geoff Diehl, Chris Doughty
Democrats: Kim Driscoll, Tami Gouveia, Eric Lesser
Republicans: Kate Campanale, Leah Cole Allen
Secretary Of State
Democrats: William Galvin (incumbent), Tanisha Sullivan
Republicans: Rayla Campbell
Democrats: Andrea Campbell, Shannon Liss-Riordan, Quentin Palfrey
Republicans: James McMahaon
Democrats: Deb Goldberg (incumbent)
Democrats: Chris Dempsey, Diana DiZoglio
Republicans: Anthony Amore
Governor’s Council District 5
Democrats: Eileen Duff (incumbent)
Republicans: Michael Walsh