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The Watertown resident declared his candidacy this week.
The primary for the special senate election in Massachusetts will be April 30 but the final day to register is April 10.
The Watertown Town Democratic Committee held its caucus to select delegates for the convention in July.
Belmont Democrat announced he would run for Congress if Markey wins the race for U.S. Senate.
Delegates will be elected for the state convention at the caucus rescheduled because of the blizzard.
Tisei's announcement came on Friday after Scott Brown said he would not run in the U.S. Senate race.
The state helped pay for the election the last time Massachusetts had a special senate election.
Raya Stern, president of the Watertown League of Women Voters, writes to thank the many residents who cast their ballots and hopes they keep participating in future elections.
The three non-binding ballot questions all passed in Watertown. See where questions and candidates fared best in Tuesday's election.
John Lawn, Will Brownsberger and Marilyn Pettito Devaney win re-election in local races.
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