United States Senate Special Election in Massachusetts, 1962 - General Election

General Election

United States Senate special election in Massachusetts, 1962
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Ted Kennedy 1,162,611 55.44
Republican George Cabot Lodge II 877,668 41.85
Independent H. Stuart Hughes 50,013 2.38
Socialist Labor Lawrence Gilfedder 5,330 0.25
Prohibition Mark R. Shaw 1,439 0.07
Majority
Turnout
Democratic hold
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