While Donald Trump took the majority of electoral votes in the United States on Tuesday, he didn't win Massachusetts. Here, Hillary Clinton won with 61 percent of the vote. Politicians in the commonwealth have been divided on this presidential race, and Gov. Charlie Baker said on Tuesday that he didn't cast his ballot for either candidate. Here's how notable Bay Staters reacted after the results were in.
Mass. politicians react to the election
Here's what local figures said in the wake of the election results.
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Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown has long supported Donald Trump.
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Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone tweeted out this reassurance to a resident.
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Cambridge Mayor Denise Simmons evoked Martin Luther King after the results were in. <|Twitter
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Republican Mitt Romney was the former Governor of Massachusetts.|Twitter
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Senator Elizabeth Warren did not comment on the presidential election but did tweet t|Twitter
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Michele Wu, president of the Boston City Council, took notice of Hillary Clinton's hi|Twitter
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Michelle Wu then tweeted a call to action for the City Council and other local offici|Twitter
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Curt Schilling, former Red Sox pitcher and current Breitbart radio host, said in Oct.|Twitter