- Associated Press - Sunday, November 2, 2014

BOSTON (AP) - The contest for governor isn’t the only statewide race to be decided by Massachusetts voters Tuesday.

The race for attorney general - perhaps the second highest profile office on Beacon Hill - is pitting Democrat Maura Healey against Republican John Miller. It’s an open race because Attorney General Martha Coakley is running for governor.

Another open race is the three-way contest for state treasurer that includes Republican Mike Heffernan, Democrat Deb Goldberg and Green-Rainbow candidate Ian Jackson.

Treasurer Steve Grossman launched a failed bid for governor instead of seeking re-election.

Two races include Democratic incumbents.

Auditor Suzanne Bump is being challenged by Republican Patricia Saint Aubin and Green-Rainbow candidate MK Merelice.

State Secretary William Galvin is facing Republican David D’Arcangelo and Green-Rainbow candidate Daniel Factor.

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