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State Rep. Boldyga re-elected to 3rd Hampden District seat


SOUTHWICK – Incumbent State Rep. Nicholas A. Boldyga was re-elected to the 3rd Hampden District seat Nov. 3.

Boldyga, a Southwick Republican, beat out challenger Kerri O’Connor, an Agawam Democrat.

In Agawam, Boldyga received 9,171 votes, while O’Connor received 6,322 votes.

In Southwick, Boldyga received 3,956 votes to O’Connor’s 1,580 votes.

In Granville Boldyga received 651 votes to O’Connor’s 321 votes.

“It feels great to have today behind us with a solid win,” said Boldyga Tuesday evening, “It feels good to be able to get back into the swing of things and get back to work in the statehouse.”

Boldyga said that he felt an incredible sense of energy for his campaign in the district. He said he had a greater number of people requesting lawn signs this election.

Southwick voters gave Republican candidates the majority of their votes Nov. 3

Southwick voters cast 3,201 ballots for President Donald J. Trump and 2,331 for former Vice President Joe Biden. They also chose state Senate candidate John Cain, a Southwick Republican , over incumbent State Sen. John C. Velis, a Westfield Democrat, 3,058 votes to 2,442.

Southwick voters supported Question 1 4,097 votes to 1,154, and defeated Question 2 3,979 votes to 1,496.

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