In Framingham, Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian finished second with 551 votes, State Rep. Carl Sciortino Jr. finished third with 420 votes and Clark fourth with 411 votes.
Addivinola and Clark will square off in a special election on Dec. 10 to determine who will be the district's new U.S. Representative. Former Congressman Ed Markey resigned earlier this year, when he was elected the state's junior senator.
Precinct 2 had the best voter turnout with 549 voters or 20 percent of its registered voters.
Precinct 17 had the worst turnout with just 45 voters or 4 percent. Rounding out the bottom five were Precinct 16 with 71 voters, Precinct 18 with 121 voters, Precinct 14 with 136 voters and Precinct 15 with 146 voters.
Spilka won all 18 of Framingham's precincts.
In the Republican primary, Addivinola won Framingham with a total of 208 votes, but he did not win every precinct as opponent Tom Tierney of Framingham won Precincts 1, 2, 3, 11 and 14.
The Town of Framingham has 37, 354 registered voters, but only 5,256 went to the polls on Tuesday.
*** Editor's Note: First posted at 11:02 p.m. Updated on 10/16/13