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On October 18, Massachusetts and Minnesota both held special legislative elections. In the Massachusetts State House race (Berkshire Third District), Green Party nominee Mark C. Miller came close to winning. The Massachusetts Secretary of State’s office does not supply semi-official returns on election night. Unofficial returns reported in the press differ with each other. Some sources say Miller lost by only 92 votes, and some say he lost by 192 votes. He placed second, with either 30% or 32% of the total. The winning Democrat, Tricia Farley-Bouvier, polled 33%. The independent in the race, Pam Malumphy, received 22%, and the Republican nominee, Mark Jester, received 15%.
In Minnesota, in a Minneapolis State House district, the Green Party nominee also placed second. Farheen Hakeem received 22%; Democratic-Farmer-Labor nominee Jeff Hayden won with 68%; Republican nominee Bruce Lundeen received 8%; and Independence Party nominee Matt Brillhart received 2%. Thanks to Uncovered Politics for this news.