Election returns courtesy of Richard Winger. Biographical data (links) from cited references and from other sources which appear to the Editor to be trustworthy.
Massachusetts towns which were "dry" as of December, 1999 (data from Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, via the state committee):
Alford
Carlisle
Chilmark
Dunstable
Gay Head
Gosnold
Harvard
Hawley
Lancaster
Lincoln
Montgomery
Mount Washington
Peru
Rockport
Tisbury
Topsfield
Wenham
West Tisbury
Westhampton
Weston
Westwood
As of December, 2002, there were eight registered Prohibition voters in Massachusetts.

Office
Candidate Name
Vote Total
% Vote

1870
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Governor
Wendell Phillips 8,000+  
Lieutenant Governor
Eliphalet trask 8,692 5.81
Secretary of State
George S. Ball 8,166 5.46
Treasurer
John I. Baker 8,237 5.49
Auditor
Lyman W. Daggett 8,066 5.39
Attorney General
Whiting Griswold 4,312 2.96
Congress 3
Henry D. Cushing (no data)  
Council 3
Jesse H. Jones (no data)  
Suffolk County
     
   Register of Deeds
Samuel W. Hodges  (no data)  
   Senator, 6th District
Jeremy  Drake (no data)  
   General Court,
      12th Dist
I. Austin Bassett
H. Floyd Faulkner 
(no data)
(no data)
 

1871
Governor
Robert C. Pitman 6,498 4.77
Lieutenant Governor
Eliph trask (no data)
Secretary of State
G.S. Ball (no data)
Auditor
Ezra S. Conant (no data)
Treasurer
John I. Baker (no data)
Attorney General
S.T. Field (no data)

House of ,
      Representatives

George Vibbert (no data) (win)

1875
Governor
John J. Baker 9,124 5.28
Lieutenant Governor
(no data) (no data)
Secretary of State
(no data) (no data)
Treasurer
(no data) (no data)
Auditor
(no data) (no data)
Attorney General
(no data) (no data)

1876
Governor
John J. Baker 12,274 4.78
Lieutenant Governor
Daniel C. Eddy 10,169 3.93
Secretary of State
D.B. Gurney 8,773 3.39
Auditor
J.H. Orne 8,863 3.43
Attorney General
Orin T. Gray 8,882 3.45

1877
Governor
Robert C. Pitman 16,354 8.87
Lieutenant Governor
Elijah A. Morse 13,082 7.10
Secretary of State
David B. Gurney 12,246 6.69
Auditor
Jonathan H. Orne 12,638 6.88
Attorney General
Orin T. Gray 12,462 6.78

1880
Governor
Charles Almy 1,059 0.38
Lieutenant Governor
Timothy K. Earle 1,190 0.42
Secretary of State
Solomon F. Root 987 0.35
Auditor
Jonathan Buck 1,024 0.36
Treasurer
Thomas J. Lothrop 978 0.35
Attorney General
Samuel M. Fairfield 969 0.34

1881
Governor
Charles Almy 1,640 1.04
Lieutenant Governor
John Blackmer 1,596 1.01
Secretary of State
Solomon F. Root 1,599 1.02
Treasurer
Francis J. Parker 718 0.47
Auditor
Charles F. Train 79 write-in
Attorney General
Samuel M. Fairfield 1,605 1.02

1882
Governor
Charles Almy 2,137 0.83
Lieutenant Governor
John S. Blackmer 2,141 0.83
Secretary of State
Solomon F. Root 3,136 1.21
Treasurer
Thomas J. Lothrop 2,158 0.84
Auditor
Jonathan Buck 2,129 0.82
Attorney General
Samuel M. Fairfield 2,098 0.81

1883
Governor
Charles Almy 1,881 0.60
Lieutenant Governor
John Blackmer 1,911 0.61
Secretary of State
Solomon F. Root 1,929 0.62
Treasurer
Thomas J. Lothrop 1,941 0.62
Auditor
Jonathan Buck 2,034 0.65
Attorney General
Samuel M. Fairfield 2,099 0.67

1884
Governor
Julius H. Seelye 8,542 2.81
Lieutenant Governor
Henry H. Faxon 8,773 2.89
Secretary of State
George Kempton 8,334 2.74
Treasurer
Charles R. Knight 8,334 2.74
Auditor
William W. Sherman 8,449 2.76
Attorney General
Samuel M. Fairfield 8,279 2.73

1885
Governor
Thomas J. Lothrop 4,714 2.25
Lieutenant Governor
Charles B. Knight 4,707 2.24
Secretary of State
George Kempton 4,619 2.20
Treasurer
Claudius B. travis 4,576 2.19
Auditor
William W. Sherman 4,685 2.23
Attorney General
Samuel M. Fairfield 4,561 2.20

1886
Governor
Thomas J. Lothrop 8,251 3.39
Lt. Governor
John Blackmer 8,903 3.66
Secretary of State
George Kempton 8,408 3.44
Treasurer
John L. Kilbon 8,379 3.44
Auditor
William W. Sherman 8,419 3.44
Attorney General
Samuel M. Fairfield 8.386 3.43

1888
Governor
William H. Earle 9,374 2.73
Lt. Governor
John Bascom 8,889 2.39
Secretary of State
Henry C. Smith 8,709 2.53
Treasurer
John M. Fisher 8,730 2.53
Auditor
Edward M. Stowe 8,704 2.53
Attorney General
Allen Coffin 8,730 2.54

1889
Governor
John Blackmer 15,108 5.74
Lieutenant Governor
B.F. Sturtevant 12,715 4.94
Secretary of State
George D. Crittenden 12,048 4.78
Treasurer
Fred l. Wing 11,984 4.78
Auditor
W.H. Gleason 3,177 1.33
Attorney General
Allen Coffin 12,604 5.06

1890
Governor
John Blackmer 13,554 4.75
Lieutenant Governor
George Kempton 11,770 4.21
Secretary of State
George. D. Crittenden 12,697 4.64
Treasurer
William H. Gleason 13,150 4.82
Auditor
Augustus R. Smith 15,242 5.93
Attorney General
Wolcott Hamlin 12,357 4.57
Congr. Dist. 1 (New)
John D. Flint 984 6.06
Congr. Dist.   2
   (Plym-C Cod)
Thomas J. Lothrop 782 3.31
Congr. Dist.   3
   (w Boston)
John W. Field 524 1.96
Congr. Dist.   4
   (e Boston)
George L. Dacy 304 1.87
Congr. Dist.   5
   (Waltham)
James H. Roberts) 793 3.21
Congr. Dist.   6 (Lynn)
Charles F. Kimball 1,035 3.55
Congr. Dist.   7
   (Gloucester)
Jacob F. Spalding 848 3.50
Congr. Dist.   8 (Lowell)
Nathaniel A. Glidden 518 2.20
Congr. Dist.   9
   (Framingham)
Melvin H. Walker 900 3.57
Congr. Dist. 10
   (Worcester)
Herbert M. Small 952 4.23
Congr. Dist. 11
   (Northampton)
Henry C. Smith 1,260 5.42
Congr. Dist. 12
   (Springfield)
John Bascom 864 3.50

1891
Governor
Charles E. Kimball 8,968 2.79
Lieutenant Governor
August R. Smith 9,346 2.95
Secretary of State
Alfred W. Richardson 10,890 3.54
Treasurer
Samuel B. Shapleigh 10,454 3.40
Auditor
W.O. Armstrong 11,707 3.83
Attorney General
Wolcott Hamlin 10,590 3.47

1892
Governor
Wolcott Hamlin 7,067 1.93
Lieutenant Governor
Edward Kendall 9,162 1.86
Secretary of State
Samuel B. Shapleigh 9,074 2.58
Treasurer
Wilbert D. Farnham, Jr. 9,655 2.72
Auditor
Alfred H. Evans 10,039 2.81
Attorney General
Robert F. Raymond 9,183 2.57
Congr.  1 (western)
John L. Kilbon 896 3.08
Congr.  2 (Spgfield)
Herbert M. Small 1,019 3.53
Congr.  3 (Worcester)
Melvin H. Walker 571 2.02
Congr.  4 (Fitchburg)
Frank M. Forbush 893 2.96
Congr.  5 (Law/Low)
Walter A. Dutton 520 1.88
Congr.  6 (Gloucest)
John H. Davis 696 2.48
Congr.  7 (Lynn/Sal)
Fred P. Greenwood 851 2.64
Congr.  9 (n Boston)
Alonzo A. Miner 517 2.20
Conrg. 10 (s Boston)
William A. Marple 274 0.96
Congr. 11 (Norfk Co)
Joseph D. Hunt 560 1.75
Congr. 12 (Plymouth)
George W. Dyer 916 2.96

1893
Governor
Louis Albert Banks 8,556 2.34
Lieutenant Governor
Henry C. Smith 8,584 2.37
Secretary of State
Samuel B. Shapleigh 9,019 2.54
Treasurer
Wilbert D. Farnham, Jr. 9,058 2.57
Auditor
Alfred H. Evans 8,924 2.54
Attorney General
Robert F. Raymond 8,664 2.46

1894
Governor
Alfred W. Richardson 9,965 2.97
Lieutenant Governor
Samuel B. Shapleigh 20,375 6.17
Secretary of State
Wilbert D. Farnham, Jr. 8,016 2.47
Auditor
Wilbur M. Purrington 8,274 2.56
Treasurer
John M. Fisher 7,953 2.46
Attorney General
Frank M. Forbush 7,997 2.48

1895
Governor
Edward Kendall 9,170 2.80
Lieutenant Governor
Edward S. Rogers 10,725 3.33
Secretary of State
Willard O. Wylie 8,352 2.62
Treasurer
Wilbur M. Purrington 8,109 2.56
Auditor
Herman T. Regnell 7,597 2.40
Attorney General
Frank M. Forbush 8,610 2.72

1896
Governor
Allen Coffin 4,472 1.16
Lieutenant Governor
William W. Nash 4,933 1.34
Secretary of State
Willard O. Wylie 4,810 1.35
Treasurer
Robert C. Habberley 6,214 1.76
Attorney General
Wolcott Hamlin 5,799 1.63
Auditor
Thomas A. Frissell 5,994 1.69

1897
Governor
John Bascom 4,948 1.83
Lieutenant Governor
Willard O. Wylie 6,253 2.37
Secretary of State
Edwin Sawtell 5,199 2.02
Treasurer
Robert C. Habberley 5,332 2.08
Auditor
Herbert M. Small 4,748 1.87
Attorney General
Wilcott Hamlin 5,866 2.29
Congress 1
G.D. Crittenden (no data)

1898
Governor
Samuel B. Shapleigh 4,734 1.49
Lieutenant Governor
John L. Kilbon 5,582 1.78
Secretary of State
Henry A. Inman 5,438 1.79
Treasurer
Herbert Morley Small 5,251 1.74
Auditor
Walter E. Sanford 5,280 1.75

1899
Governor
Albert B. Coates 7,402 2.48
Lieutenant Governor
James H. Roberts 4,830 1.63
Secretary of State
John B. Lewis, Jr. 6,351 2.19
Treasurer
Herbert B. Griffin 5,070 1.76
Auditor
Franklin A. Palmer 5,019 1.76
Attorney General
Sidney Farley 5,078 1.76

1900
Governor
John M. Fisher 5950 1.50
Lieutenant Governor
William M. Peirrington 5389 1.41
Secretary of State
William H. Partridge 6109 1.65
Attorney General
Allen Coffin 7073 1.92
Auditor
William G. Merrill 14376 3.93
Treasurer
Napoleon B. Johnson 6959 1.88
Congr.  5 (Lawrence)
William S. Searle 310 0.96
Congr. 12 (Plymouth)
Herman T. Regnell 483 1.67
Congr. 13
   (New Bedford)
Herbert L. Chapman 884 3.74

1901
Governor
John B. Lewis 4780 1.47
Lieutenant Governor
William H. Partridge 4325 1.36
Secretary of State
Frederick W. Clark 7121 2.31
Treasurer
George E. Batchelder 6507 2.15
Auditor
John H. Smith 6409 2.12
Attorney General
Allen Coffin 5895 1.94

1902
Governor
William H. Partridge 3,538 0.89
Lieutenant Governor
Oliver W. Cobb 5,713 1.49
Secretary of State
Herbert B. Griffin 5,060 1.34
Treasurer
Daniel Parlin 5,114 1.37
Auditor
David Morrison 7,586 2.05
Attorney General
Allen Coffin 6,619 1.78

Congr. Dist. 1
    (western)

John Bascom 801 3.07

Congr. Dist.  2
    (Springfield)

Lucius E. Parsons 390 1.61

Congr. Dist. 3
    (Worcester)

George H. Bemis 329 1.12

Congr. Dist. 4
    (Framingham)

Herbert S. Morley 370 1.26

Congr. Dist. 5 (Lowell)

William S. Searle 338 1.20

Congr. Dist. 6 (Lynn)

Willard O. Wylie 350 1.11

Congr. Dist. 7
    (north Boston)

George M. Buttrick 580 2.00

Congr. Dist. 12
    (Foxboro)

Napoleon B. Johnson 384 1.36

Congr. Dist. 13
    (New Bedford)

Elijah Humphries 1,178 5.89

Congr. Dist. 14
    (Plymouth-Cape
    Cod)

Charles B. Gaffney 512 2.04

1903
Governor
Oliver W. Cobb 3,278 0.83
Lieutenant Governor
William F. Merrill 5,013 1.31
Secretary of State
Alfred L. Cutting 5,624 1.52
Treasurer
Napoleon B. Johnson 4,934 1.35
Auditor
Alfred E. Steele 6,062 1.67
Attorney General
Henry M. Dean 5,703 1.56

1904
Governor
Oliver W. Cobb 3,156 0.70
Lieutenant Governor
Frank P. Dyer 5,441 1.29
Secretary of State
Fannie J. Clary 4,675 1.16
Treasurer
Willard O. Wylie 4,841 1.21
Auditor
Charles E. Burnham 5,265 1.34
Attorney General
Henry M. Dean 6,037 1.49

1905
Governor
Willard O. Wylie 3,286 0.84
Lieutenant Governor
John H. Smith 4,521 1.18
Secretary of State
Jonathan D. Lewis 4,922 1.34
Treasurer
Christopher D. Albro 4,681 1.28
Auditor
Herbert P. Griffin 5,398 1.49
Attorney General
Allen Coffin 6,879 1.89

1906
Governor
John B. Moran 25,636 5.99 D
Lieutenant Governor
Harvey S. Cowell 7,048 1.71
Secretary of State
Jonathan S. Lewis 5,995 1.52
Treasurer
S. Frederick French 6,618 1.69
Auditor
James F. Pease 7,049 1.83
Attorney General
Allen Coffin 9,164 2.33

1907
Governor
Harvey S. Cowell 3,810 1.02  
Lieutenant Governor
Jonathan S. Lewis 4,279 1.18
Secretary of State
Solon W. Bingham 5,105 1.50
Treasurer
Edward Kendall 4,757 1.40
Auditor
James F. Pease 5,986 1.76
Attorney General
Allen Coffin 6,751 1.98

1908
Governor
Willard O. Wylie 5,966 1.35  
Lieutenant Governor
Frank N. Rand 5,760 1.36  
Secretary of State
Herbert B. Griffin 6,149 1.51  
Treasurer
Edward Kendall 6,685 1.66  
Auditor
Wilbur D. Moon 8,064 2.05  
Attorney General
Henry M. Dean 7,524 1.88  

1909
Governor
John A. Nichols 5,423 1.39  
Lieutenant Governor
Ernest R. Knipe 4,088 1.06  
Secretary of State
William G. Merrill 6,665 1.82  
Treasurer
Daniel Parlin 5,763 1.58  
Auditor
Charles A. Chace 5,663 1.58  
         
Attorney General
Henry M. Dean 9,152 2.53  

1910
Governor
John A. Nichols 3,277 0.74
 
Eugene Noble Foss No Data  
Lieutenant Governor
William G. Merrill 5,191 1.23
Secretary of State
William E. Thomas 5,559 1.35
Treasurer
Thomas A. Frissell 5,237 1.28
Auditor
John Hott 5,940 1.47

1911
Governor
Frank N. Rand 3,461 0.79
Lieutenant Governor
William G. Merrill 5,534 1.29
Secretary of State
Alfred H. Evans 8,770 2.12
Treasurer
Charles E. Peakes 5,747 1.40
Auditor
William W. Nash 6,566 1.63

1912
Governor
Frank N. Rand 2,702 0.57  
Lieutenant Governor
Alfred H. Evans 4,575 0.99  
Secretary of State
William W. Nash 4,023 0.91  
Treasurer
Charles A. Chace 5,708 1.30  
Auditor
Herbert B. Griffin 5,461 1.25  
Attorney General
Freeman T. Crommett 4,075 0.93  

1913
Governor
Alfred H. Evans 2,015 0.44
Lt. Governor
Albert J. Owem 3,332 0.74
Secretary of State
John A. Nicholls 5,646 1.29
Treasurer
Thomas A. Frissell 4,633 1.07
Auditor
Herbert S. brown 7,475 1.76
Attorney General
Freeman T. Crommett 4,259 0.99

1914
Governor
Alfred H. Evans 5,264 1.15
Lt. Governor
Arthur Howard 4,807 1.07
Secretary of State
William G. Merrill 5,165 1.17
Treasurer
Thomas A. Frizzell 3,929 0.89
Auditor
John Drysdale 4,339 1.01
Attorney General
Howard B. Rand 3,599 0.82

1915
Governor
William Shaw
19,567 3.90
Lieutenant Governor
Alfred H. Evans 14,188 2.89
Secretary of State
Willard O. Wylie 12,023 2.52
Treasurer
William E. Marks 10,809 2.27
Auditor
William G. Rogers 12,231 2.62
Attorney General
Frank Auchter 12,459 2.62

1916
Governor
Chester R. Lawrence 5,398 1.13
Lieutenant Governor
Alfred H. Evans 7,518 1.49

Congr. Dist. 4
    (Worcester)

Richard D. Murphy 802 2.52

Congr. Dist. 7
    (Lawrence)

Freeman H. Newhall 403 1.24

1917
Governor
Chester R. Lawrence 4,265 1.10
Secretary of State
Herbert S. brown 11,106 3.02
Auditor
Henry G. Smith, Jr. 6,109 1.69
Attorney General
Frank Auchter 5,184 1.41
Treasurer
Solon Lovett 5,951 1.61

1919
Governor
Charles B. Ernst 1,679 0.32
Lieutenant Governor
H. Edward Gordon 4,468 0.88
Secretary of State
Harry W. Bowman 10,478 2.12
Treasurer
Charles D. Fletcher 6,002 1.22
Auditor
Henry J.D. Small 6,266 1.30
Attorney General
Conrad W. Crooker 10,394 2.11

1920
Congr. Dist. 7
   (Southern Essex
    Co.)
George F. Hogan 5,121 8.71

1922
Senator
John A. Nicholls 24,866 2.86
Governor
John B. Lewis 6,870 0.77
1932
Congr. Dist. 9
William Barnard Smith 1,417 1.19
1934
Senator
W. Barnard Smith 10,363 0.72
Governor
Freeman W. Follett 2,990 0.20
Lt. Governor
Florence L. Lawton 6,185 0.43
Treasurer
William R. Ferry 18,810 1.32
Attorney General
George F. Hogan 11,223 0.79

1936
Senator
Wilbur D. Moon 3,677 0.20
Governor
Alfred H. Evans 3,424 0.19
Lt. Governor
Freeman W. Follett 6,862 0.39
Treasurer
Mabelle M. Groves 6,591 0.37
Auditor
Lyman M. Aldrich 9,287 0.52
Attorney General
George F. Hogan 8,048 0.46
Councillor 4
William T. Rodd 1,172 0.58

1938
Governor
George L. Thompson 2,046 0.11
Lt. Governor
Freeman W. Follett 7,527 0.44
Auditor
Guy S. Williams 12,687 0.75
Attorney General
George F. Hogan 6,968 0.41

1940
Senator
George L. Thompson 9,632 0.49  
Governor
E. Talmadge Root 2,320 0.11  
Lt. Governor
Guy S. Williams 11,339 0.58  
Treasurer
Thomas Hamilton 15,067 0.79  
Auditor
Harry W. Kimball 12,345 0.65  
Attorney General
Austin H. Fittz 4,804 0.25  
Congr. Dist. 4
   (Worcester)
Helen P. Nylen 1,130 0.85  
Congr. Dist. 7
   (Lawrence/Lynn)
Thaxter Eaton 2,194 1.51  
Congr. Dist. 13
    (Boston suburbs)
Freeman Putney 1,187 0.83  

1942
Senator
George L. Thompson 3,577 0.26  
Governor
Guy S. Williams 1,898 0.13  
Lt. Governor
E.Frank Searle 5,406 0.40  
Secretary of State
Abbie L. Tebbets 4,362 0.32  
Treasurer 
Martha E. Geer 6,061 0.45  
Auditor
Ethel J. Prince 5,774 0.43  
Attorney General
Charles F. Danforth 5,925 0.48  

1944:        
Senator
E. Tallmadge Root 3,269 0.17
Governor
Guy S. Williams 2,988 0.15
Lt. Governor
Alfred Erickson 8,662 0.46
Treasurer
Earle L. Smith 8,310 0.45
Auditor
Charles E. Vaughan 5,550 0.30
Attorney General
Howard B. Rand 5,444 0.29
Council 2 ( Boston)
Elihu Stone write-in  
Council 3 (Boston)
Katherine L.Goddard write-in  
Council 4 (Boston)
Robert A. Simmons write-in  
Council 6
   (Cambridge-Lowell)
Mark Revell Shaw write-in  

1946:        
Governor
Guy S. Williams 2,408 0.14
Lt. Governor
Alfred Erickson 5,398 0.32
Treasurer
Charles E. Vaughan 4,974 0.30
Auditor   
Robert A. Simmons 5,041 0.31
Attorney General  
Howard B. Rand 5,766 0.35
Senator 
Mark Revell Shaw 2,898 0.17
Congress 1 (western)
John W. Heselton  2,278 2.23
Congress 4 (Worcester)
Oliver M. Frazer 2,415 2.00
Congress 5 (Lowell) 
Harriet Slade 486 0.35
Congress 7
   (Lawrence & Lynn)
Freeman W. Follett 1,433 1.45
Congress 9 (southeast)
Grace Farnsworth Luder 1,601 1.39
Congress 11
   (Cambridge)
Phillip Geer 1,036 1.08

1948:    
Senator
E. Tallmadge Root 3,652 0.18
Governor
Mark Revell Shaw 2,841 0.13
Lt. Governor
Guy S. Williams 5,457 0.27
Treasurer
Harold J. Ireland 7,279 0.36
Auditor
Robert A. Simmons 6,916 0.34
Congress
Helen Cruikshank
William B. Smith
Phillip Greer
Lillian Williams
E. Frank Searle
write-ins  

1950:      
Governor
Mark Revell Shaw 3,716 0.20
Secretary of State
Ellsworth J.M. Dickson 10,743 0.59
Treasurer
Harold J. Ireland 11,289 0.62
Auditor
Robert A. Simmons 7,844 0.43
Attorney General
Howard B. Rand 5,888 0.32
Congress 4
    (Worcester)
Victoria M. Beckett 656 0.49
Congress 7
   (Lawrence, Lynn)
E. Frank Searle 890 0.76
Congress 9 (southeast)
Grace Farnsworth Luder 835 0.62
Congress 10
    (north Boston)
Katherine L.Goddard 1,106 0.72
Congress 11
    (Cambridge)
Martha E. Geer 582 0.55
Congress 12
   (central Boston)
Anna B. Campbell 598 0.49
Congress 13
   (south Boston)
William R. Ferry 682 0.47
Congress 14 (Fall River)
Paul D. Campbell 568 0.43

1952  
Senator
Mark Revell Shaw 2,508 0.11  
Governor
Guy S. Williams 5,163 0.22  
Lt. Governor
William R. Ferry 7,013 0.31  
Secretary of State
Alice M. Ferry 11,926 0.53  
Treasurer
Harold J. Ireland 13,037 0.58  
Auditor
Robert A. Simmons 7,086 0.31  
Attorney General
Howard B. Rand 8,795 0.39  
Cong. Dist. 1 (western)
Albert A. Ridyard 305 0.20  
Cong. Dist. 2
    (Springfield)
Anthony D. Hall 432 0.25  
Cong. Dist. 3
   (north central)
Isaac Goddard 442 0.27  
Cong. Dist. 4    (Worcester)
Lillian E. Williams 796 0.48  
Cong. Dist. 5 (Lowell)
Miriam S. Hall 858 0.45  
Cong. Dist. 6
   (north coast)
Lula B. White 7,237 4.93
Cong. Dist. 7
    (Lawrence, Lynn)
E. Frank Searle 1,080 0.76  
Cong. Dist. 8
    (north Boston burbs)
Alma D. Shaw 706 0.42  
Cong. Dist. 9 (southeast)
Ethel D. Ireland 506 0.29  
Cong. Dist. 10
    (north Boston)
Katherine L.Goddard 1,047 0.56  
Cong. Dist. 11
    (Cambridge)
William D. Ross 542 0.43  
Cong. Dist. 14
    (Fall River)
Grace Farnsworth Luder 554 0.32  

1954 
Senator
Harold J. Ireland 2,832 0.15
Governor
Guy S. Williams 2,579 0.14
Lt. Governor
Donald E. Babcock 5,067 0.27
Secretary of State
William D. Ross 8,833 0.48
Treasurer
Isaac Goddard 5,069 0.27
Auditor
John B. Lauder 6,198 0.34
Attorney General
Howard B. Rand 5,425 0.29
Congress
Winger indicates that there was a write-in candidate in each of the 14 congressional districts that year, but he gives no names and records no votes.  
Councillor 3
Emma J. Nally 1,002 0.42
Councillor 4 (Boston)
Earl F. Dodge 5,459 3.74 *
Councillor 6
Anthony D. Hall 1,578 0.62
Councillor 7
Lillian E. Williams 1,235 0.54
Councillor 8
Lawrence Hurlbut 1,053 0.44

1956 
Governor
Mark Revell Shaw 2,692 0.12
Lt. Governor
Harold E. Bassett 7,894 0.35
Secretary of State
Earl. F. Dodge 10,030 0.45
Treasurer
Isaac Goddard 7,887 0.35
Auditor
John B. Lauder 6,153 0.27
Attorney General
Howard B. Rand 4,779 0.21
Congr. Dist. 1 (western)
Thomas Maratea 609 0.42
Councillor 8
Franklin Weatherbee 1,148 0.40
Franklin County
Commissioner
Charles Wilson 745 3.44 *
Allison M. Wright 842 3.90 *

1958
Senator
Mark Revell Shaw 5,335 0.29
Governor
Guy S. Williams 5,745 0.30
Lt. Governor
Harold E. Bassett 8,300 0.45
Secretary of State
Julia B. Kohler 7,630 0.42
Treasurer
Warren C. Carburg 6,382 0.35
Auditor
John B. Lauder 5,621 0.31
Attorney General
Gustaf B. Nissen 3,598 0.19
Congr. Dist. 1
    (western)
Louise Stone Wilson 549 0.46
Councillor 8
Thomas Maratea 1,541 0.68
State Senate 11
Matthew Maratea 369 0.75

1960
Senator
Mark Revell Shaw 2,794 0.11
Governor
Guy S. Williams 7,396 0.31
Lt. Governor
Thomas Maratea 8,853 0.37
Secretary of State
Julia B. Kohler 6,827 0.30
Attorney General
William D. Ross 5,240 0.22
Treasurer
Warren C. Carburg 7,846 0.34
Auditor
John B. Lauder 5,787 0.25
Congr. Dist. 1
    (western)
Arthur J. Green 511 0.34
State Senate,
    Franklin & Hamp.
Louise Stone Wilson 507 0.79
State House,
    Franklin Couty 2
Ella S. Bitters 34 0.37

1962
Senator
Mark Revell Shaw 1,439 0.07
Governor
Guy S. Williams 2,394 0.11
Lt. Governor
Thomas Maratea 1,508 0.07
Attorney General
Howard B. Rand 5,610 0.27
Secretary of State
Julia B. Kohler 7,201 0.36
Treasurer
Isaac Goddard 7,074 0.36
Auditor
Louise T. Metays 5,973 0.30
Congr. Dist. 4
    (Worcester)
Stanley E. Shogren 15,310 9.54 *
State House,
    Worcester 21
Richard K. Whitney 64 0.72

1964
Senator
Grace F. Luder 2,700 0.12
Governor
Guy S. Williams 3,713 0.16
Lt. Governor
Prescott E. Grout 5,424 0.24
Secretary of State
Julia B. Kohler 6,074 0.27
Treasurer
Warren C. Carburg 6,295 0.29
Auditor
John C. Hedges 11,368 0.53
Attorney General
Howard B. Rand 3,030 0.13

1966 
Senator
Mark Revell Shaw 4,833 0.24
Governor
John C. Hedges 4,494 0.22
Lt. Governor
Grace F. Luder 7,202 0.37
Secretary of State
F. Oliver Drake 8,625 0.45
Treasurer
Julia B. Kohler 9,203 0.48
Auditor
Roger I. Williams 8,196 0.42

1970        
Senator
Mark Revell Shaw 5,944 0.31
Governor
John C. Hedges 3,189 0.17
Lt. Governor
Albert E. Bates 3,662 0.20
Secretary of State
Murvin A. Becker 10,165 0.55
Treasurer
John B. Lauder 9,457 0.52  
Auditor
Roger I. Williams 13,373 0.73  
State House, Norfolk 9
     (Needham-Welles)
William A. Sullivan 3,934 19.78  
 

1978
State Senate,
   Oxford Co.
Anthony Wallace Martin write-in  
 Aroostook County
    Register of Probate
Waldo Hanning 1,259 5.4
Fairfield School Board
Ruth Otis (no data)  

1982:        
State Representative,
   Middlesex 31
   (Somerville)
Edward A. Morrison 1,972 19.01 *

1984:        
State Representative,
   Middlesex 31
   (Somerville)
Edward A. Morrison 1,861 14.82 *

1985:        
Boston City Council 6
Richard K. Whitney 964 13.56

1986:        
State Representative,
    Suffolk 17
Richard K. Whitney 486 10.72 *

1988:        
State Representative,
    Suffolk 16
Richard K. Whitney 989 13.55 *

1990:        
State Representative,
    Suffolk 15
Richard K. Whitney 1,331 15.87 *

1992:        
State Representative,
    Suffolk 15
Richard K. Whitney 1,331 15.87 *

1994:        
State Representative,
    Suffolk 15
Richard K. Whitney 807 14.44 *

1996:        
State Representative,
    Suffolk 15
Richard K. Whitney 572 10.11 *