One Morse time 

State Sen. John Morse went to bed Tuesday night holding a lead of 104 votes over Republican challenger Owen Hill and expecting a recount in the Senate District 11 race. "We knew this was going to be close," Morse said before going home. "Maybe this is a wee bit closer than we'd like."

  • With a slim victory in Senate District 11, Dems appear to hold their state majority.


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