Clark was elected the new U.S. Representative for the 5th Congressional District, which includes Framingham and 20 plus other communities in three counties. She will replace Ed Markey, who was elected the state's junior senator earlier this year.
In Framingham, a total of 4,021 of the town's 37,467 voters participated in the Tuesday special election or 11 percent.
- Clark received 2,559 votes
- Republican Frank Addivinola received 1,370 votes
- Independent James Aulenti got 73 votes
- Social Justice candidate James O. Hall got 6 votes
Precinct 2 had the most voters with 415 or 15 percent of its registered voters followed by precinct 11 with 401 voters or 14 percent of its registered voters.
Editor's Note: Attached to this report is a copy of the unofficial results for Framingham from the Town Clerk's Office.
Clark won every precinct in Framingham, although in Precinct 18 just by 7 votes.
During the primary race, Clark said if she won the congressional race, she would open a regional office in Framingham.
Clark told Framingham Patch: "Yes, a direct connection with MetroWest communities and constituents is a critical component of representing this district."
Markey had a regional office on Concord Street, within walking distance to the Memorial Building.