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Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 1994

Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 1994

November 8, 1994

Nominee William Weld Mark Roosevelt
Party Republican Democratic
Running mate Paul Cellucci Bob Massie
Popular vote 1,533,390 611,650
Percentage 70.85% 28.26%


Results by town. Red indicates towns carried by William Weld, blue indicates towns carried by Mark Roosevelt.

Governor before election

William Weld

Elected Governor

William Weld

The 1994 Massachusetts gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1994. William Weld was elected Governor of Massachusetts for a second term.


William Weld ran unopposed for the Republican nomination.

The Democratic Primary was won by Michael J. Barrett.

Massachusetts Democratic Gubernatorial Primary, 1994
Party Candidate Votes % ±%

Activist Bob Massie defeated State Representative Marc Draisen for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor.

Massachusetts Democratic Lt. Gubernatorial Primary, 1994
Party Candidate Votes % ±%

General election


Source Date Weld (R) Roosevelt (D)
Boston Herald Oct. 2, 1994 60% 29%


Weld defeated Democrat Mark Roosevelt by a 71-28% margin, the largest Gubernatorial margin of victory in Massachusetts history.

Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 1994
Party Candidate Votes % ±%

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