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Watertown Election Guide

The candidates, incumbents and issues that will be affecting Watertown and Massachusetts.

As we look ahead to November’s elections, Watertown Patch is devoted to bring you the information you need about every race in town. Here are five that locals are already talking about:

Presidential Race: While President Obama will likely enjoy a lot of support in the Bay State, for GOP candidates, including former Massachusetts Governor and Republican candidate Mitt Romney.

Brown vs. Warren: The Massachusetts Senate race is neck-and-neck, so any issue could turn the tide. One that has become devisive is the debate over .

Steve Aylward: The Watertown Republican will try to build on his , and is taking on Belmont's Will Brownsberger for the Second Suffolk and Middlesex Senate seat.

Ed Markey: The Malden Democrat has been in Congress for more than 30 years, but Republicans Jeff Semon and Frank Addivinola vie to challenge him. The two hopefuls came to town for a .

John Lawn: The former Town Councilor took the seat in last year to replace former State Rep. Peter Koutoujian, now the Middlesex Sheriff. He faces Republican challenger Francis Stanton of Waltham.

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